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Epidemiological effectiveness of vermox in sanitation of a focus of nematodiasis ascaridiasis trichocephaliasis enterobiasis


, : Epidemiological effectiveness of vermox in sanitation of a focus of nematodiasis ascaridiasis trichocephaliasis enterobiasis. Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni 51(6): 32-34

The results of using vermox for simultaneous mass sanitation of the population [in humans] from nematodiases are presented. Triple mass dehelminthization carried out in June, August and October was most effective decreasing the prevalence of ascaridiasis from 38.5 to 0%, trichocephalosis from 49.6 to 1.6%, and enterobiasis from 36.5 to 4.5%.

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