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KMID : 0615219850100010111
Journal of Kwangju Health
1985 Volume.10 No. 1 p.111 ~ p.123
A Study on Incidence on Intetinal Parasitic Infections and the Environment of Middle School in Kwang-Ju Area
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Abstract
The auther studied the incidence of intestinal parasitic infections and surveyed the environment of 1,347 middle school boy and girl from March to May, 1985.
The method employed was cellophane thick smear and the results obtained are as follows:
1. The prevalence rate of intestinal parasites of total was 5.2% among 1,347 middle school and 6.6% in. school boy, 3.8% in school girl. The infection rate of Ascaris lumbricoides was 1.4%, Trichuris trichiura 3.1%, Hymenolepis nana 0.7%.
2. The infection rate of intestinal parasites according to school years was the highest in 2 school year with 6.3% and the lowest in I school year with 4.4%.
According to sex in school years, I and 2 school years was the highest in school boy than school girl, but 3 school year was similar.
3. The infection rate of intinal parasites according to degree of education was the highest in the primary school group with 7.1% and the lowest in the college group with 3.8%. According to sex was the highest in the middle school group of school boy with 9.4%, the lowest in college group of school girl with 3.8%.
4. The infection rate of intestinal parasites according to occupations was the highest in Agriculture with 8.5% and each 7.0% in Public officer, 6.3% in Labor, 6.0% in.
Transportation business, 5.4% in Nonoccupation, 3.6% in Office man, 2.1% in Teacher, and 0% in Doctor respectively. In the posotive, according to sex was the highest in school boy of Agriculture with 11.4%, the lowest in school girl of Office man with 1.3%.
5. The infection rate of intestinal parasites by number of children was the highest in the family over 5 children with 5.7% and the lowest in I children with 0%. In the positive, according to sex was the highest in school boy of over 5 children with 8.5% and the lowest in school girl of 3 children with 2.4%.
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