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Hussein, A.W.B. (2009) Study of Prevalence Intestinal Parasite in Patient Visit Some Hospital of Baghdad. Journal of Al-Anbar for Pure Science, 3, 1-11.

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  • TITLE: Prevalence of Two Gastrointestinal Parasites Entamoeba histolytica and Giardia lamblia within Samarra City, Iraq

    AUTHORS: Ayoub A. Bazzaz, Ouhood M. Shakir, Raghad H. Alabbasy

    KEYWORDS: Entamoeba histolytica, Giardia lamblia, Samarra, Iraq, Total Protein Deficiency, Blood Parameters

    JOURNAL NAME: Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology, Vol.8 No.11, November 10, 2017

    ABSTRACT: The prevalence of two gastrointestinal parasites the Entamoeba histolytica and Giardia lamblia parasites and their impact on some blood parameters, i.e. packed cell volume (PCV), hemoglobin (Hb%) and total protein (TP) of a total 780 patients (children and adults) admitted to Samarra General Hospital were assessed. Samples of fresh feces were collected in normal physiological saline and examined using Olympic microscopes. The frequency of the parasite E. histolytica was 12.8% (46.3% male and 53.6% female). The highest frequency of infection of E. histolytica (13.8%) was found at age group (1 - 5 years old) followed by 41 years old). The highest rate of infection (33.9%) was found in September and the lowest (2.2%) in January. Similarly, the general infection frequency of the parasite G. lamblia was 3.9% with the highest rate at ages 1 - 20 years old and the lowest rate was 7.3% for >50 years old. The monthly, highest rate of infection (5.2%) was in August and least (2.2%) in January (2.2%). The frequency of total protein (TPD) in the blood relevant to the presence of parasite E. histolytica and G. lamblia was 4.6% and 1%, respectively. It is concluded that the above two parasites are the most common gastrointestinal parasite in Iraq whose pathogenesis to be which is likely to escalate during the summer seasons and at low hygienic services environment. There has been an irrelevance neither to anemia nor total protein deficiency. It is recommended that Ministry of Health in Iraq should not share the global idea of defining the giardiasis as a neglected disease.