Tropical Infections | OMICS International| Journal Of Community Medicine And Health Education

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Tropical Infections

Tropical infections such as soil-transmitted helminthes and schistosomiasis, and their associated anaemia among children living in resource-limited endemic countries remain a huge burden to the health system and a matter of concern to health service providers. This is because of the short and long-term consequences of the infections, which not only may overwhelm the existing child health services but may also adversely affect the quality of life of the children. Though, evidences abounds on the effectiveness of preventive treatments for these infections, however control strategies at individual, household and community levels are capable of eradicating or eliminating the diseases in endemic countries are paramount to alleviating the burden of the diseases
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Last date updated on April, 2021