Signs Of Helminth Disease
SCIENCE RESEARCH TOPIC
Clinical manifestations, clinical examination and results of treatment for parasitic infections in blood and intestinal tract in some patients came to examination at the International Clinic of Clinical Parasitology
Doctor, Dang Thi Nga, Hoang Minh Do, Nguyen Thi Lieu.
Background: Blood and intestinal parasites are very common in Vietnam, and the current prevention of parasites in the area has not been systematically implemented. Understanding the epidemiological, clinical, subclinical and treatment results of these diseases is necessary.
Subjects and methods: Patients visiting and treating Anh Nga International Clinic specializing in Parasitology from August 2012 to February 2013. Record clinical symptoms and stool examination, complete blood count, liver enzyme test, ELISA serum diagnosis, ultrasound
Results: There were 200 patients studied, including intellectuals, farmers, internet operators. Through research, the prominent symptoms were pruritus accounting for 67-100% and hives ranged from 31% to 100%
.6%), dog roundworm larvae (20.4%), trichinosis (12.3%), tapeworm disease (14.3%). %), intestinal amoeba (19
Conclusion: The main clinical symptom is skin pruritus, urticaria; tapeworm infection manifests itself as biliary fluke infection to the anus, accompanied by digestive disorders. Stool microscopy found eggs of roundworm, hookworm, cocoon E.
. histolytica. Peripheral blood with BCAT increases with each disease. Ultrasound with images of liver damage in fascioliasis. Serum diagnosis was positive for dog roundworm larvae, big liver fluke worms, eel worms, dendritic worms, and tapeworm larvae Treatment results are the main clinical symptoms decreasing 80-100% and subclinical symptoms decreasing from 88-100%.
Key words: Testing for Saigon helminths, parasites.
1. Anh Nga International Clinic, specializing in Parasitology
BS author. Doctor1, Tel: 0912171177;
CLINICAL SYMPTOMS, AND ACCESS TO CLINICAL RESULTS OF TREATMENT OF INFECTED BLOOD PARASITES AND CYLINDER IN SOME WAY TO PATIENT CARE MEDICINE CLINIC IN PARASITES
Dang Thi Nga, Doctor, Hoang Minh Do, Nguyen Thi Lieu
Backgrounds: Intestinal parasitic diseases are common in Vietnam.
. Currently the control of intestinal parasitic diseases in Southern provinces of Vietnam is not systematic organized. Assessment of epidemiological, clinical, paraclinical characteristics and treatment outcome of intestinal parasitic diseases is necessary
Subjects and methods: Patients withintestinal parasitic diseases attending the parasites Clinic of Anh Nga from August 2012 till February 2013. Clinical symptoms were recorded as well as stool exam, complete blood count, liver enzymes, serodiagnosis by ELISA, ultra-sonography were performed. Treatment was done according to guidelines ofMinistry of Health.
Results: There were 320 patients studied, mainlyknowledgeable persons, who can access the Internet. Pruritus accounted for 67-100% and urticaria 31-100%. For taeniasis, proglottids creeping from the anus (100%) was the main manifestation. In enteric amebiasis, abdominal pain, episodes of diarrhea and constipation accounted for 94%. infection, gnathostomiasis, strongyloidiasis.
Following treatment, main clinical symptoms were cleared by 80-100%. In toxocariasis, pruritus and urticaria were cleared in 73% and 92% of patients, respectively, and 88% of patients had results of ELISA becoming negative. A high percentage of patients had good knowledge as well as practice on control of the diseases.
Conclusion: Main clinical symptoms were pruritus and urticaria, while in taeniasis it was the crawling of proglottids from the anus, observed by other digestive perturbations. Stool exam revealed ova of ascaris, hookworms, cysts of E. histolytica. There were eosinophilia depending on nature of infection and hepatic lesions in fascioliasis on ultra-sonography. Serodiagnosis was positive in toxocariasis, fascioliasis, strongyloidiasis, gnathostomiasis, cysticercosis Treatment results in clearance of main clinical symptoms and lab results by 80-100% and 88-100%, respectively.
Keywords: Intestinal parasites, Albendazole, ELISA.
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