RELATED LITERATURE AND STOOL EXAMINATION

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RELATED LITERATURE AND STOOL EXAMINATION

  1. 1. GROUP IV Agravante, Nikki Marie S. Ellano, Joshua Nathaniel Guerrero, Pearl Princess V. Oglesby, Francis B
  2. 2.  Infection by intestinal parasitic worms (geohelminths) is widespread throughout the world, affecting hundreds of millions of people.
  3. 3.  Parasitic infection may spread through contaminated water, fruits, vegetables, grains, po ultry, fish or meat. Parasites, in addition, can be transferred from pet to owner. Since children spend more time outdoors, they're more likely than adults to be exposed to parasites.
  4. 4.  Heavy infections with roundworm can cause bowel obstruction. Intestinal worms - especially hookworm - can contribute to anemia by causing intestinal bleeding and thus loss of blood. The larger the number of worms, the more likely they are to make a person ill. Chronic infections can lead to long-term retardation of mental and physical development and, in very severe infections, even death.
  5. 5. STUDENTS RESPONDENTS RESULTS Agravante, Nikki Teejay 1y/o Marie S. Lian y/o Negative Negative Ellano, Joshua Nathaniel Positive Negative Jennelyn 6y/o Positive Negative Positive Jovielyn 9 months old Jethro 5 y/o angelica 1y/o Positive Guerrero, Pearl Princess V. Oglesby, Negative Negative
  6. 6. NIKKI: CONCLUSION :
  7. 7. PEARL : CONCLUSIONS:
  8. 8. JOSHUA : CONCLUSION:

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