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Soil Transmitted Helminthiasis And Associated Risk Factors Among Elementary School Children In Ambo Town, Western Ethiopia | 82616
ISSN: 2332-0877

Journal of Infectious Diseases & Therapy
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Soil transmitted helminthiasis and associated risk factors among elementary school children in Ambo town, Western Ethiopia

5th International Congress on Infectious Diseases

Fikreslasie Samuel

Ethiopian Public Health Institute, Ethiopia

Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Infect Dis Ther

DOI: 10.4172/2332-0877-C1-039

Abstract
Background: Soil-transmitted helminths (STHs) are widespread in underdeveloped countries. In Ethiopia, the prevalence and distribution of helminth infection varies by different exposing risk factors. We therefore investigated the prevalence of and risk factors of STHs infection in school children living in Ambo town, west Shoa Ethiopia. Methods: In 2014/15, among 375 school children planned to be included in this study, only 321 school children were recruited in the study. Data onto school children from different schools were collected, including stool samples for qualitative STHs analysis. Questionnaire data on various demographic, housing and lifestyle variables were also available. Results: Prevalence of any STHs infection was 12.6%. The respective prevalence of major soil-transmitted helminths is Ascaris (7.8%), hookworm (2.8%) and Trichuris (2.2%). This study result shows STHs prevalence varies regards to age, sex, latrine use, family size and nail trimming. Conclusion: The results of the present study indicated that the percentage of positive finding for STHs in Ambo area is low. Besides, large family size, not nail trimming and unavailability of improved latrine were identified as predisposing factor for STHs infections. All school children enrolled and not enrolled in this study should be treated twice a year until the prevalence falls below the level of public health importance. 
Biography

Fikreslasie Samuel is currently working as expert in public health, Ethiopian Public Health Institute, Ethiopia.
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