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IJPR 9[3] July - September 2017 Special Issue

July - September 9[3] 2017

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Epidemiologicaland Molecular Study in Patients That Infected with Entamoeba histolytica in Babylon Province

Author: AHMED KHUDHAIR AL-AMAIRY, DAKHELGHANIOMRAN ALWATIFY
Abstract: A molecular and physiological study was conducted on the detect of amoebic dysentery patients and its relationship to inflammatory agents and coagulation factors for the period from October 2017 till June 2018. The first method to diagnose fecal samples utilize direct smear method by using 0.9% physiological salts (Normal saline) and Lugol s iodine. 120 stool samples were examined from (Al-Hilla for Maternity and children, Imam Sadiq Hospital and some primary care centers) and for age groups from one year to 50 years.The results showed that the total infection rate was 29.1%. The percentage of infection of males were 32.83%, which is higher than the female infection rate (24.5%). However, no significant differences were found (P= 0.05), while those living in rural areas were more likely to be infected (30.55%) than those living in urban (28.57%), but there were no significant differences between them(P= 0.05) . The age group (1-10 years) showed the highest percentage of infection (35.48%) than the other groups and showed no significant differences (P= 0.05). People who drank non-sterilized water had 43.9% more water than those who drank sterile water (21.5%) and showed no significant differences (P= 0.05).The months during which the infection was high were the summer months, especially in May, at 58.3% with significant differences (P= 0.05).
Keyword: Entamoebahistolytica , EhCP1, Epidemiological parameters
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.01.061
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