Hematological Study of Infants Amoebiasis in Duhok City Assist. Prof. Dr. Saad Mohi Haider | Lecturer Saad Mohammed Shaheen Alsoufi

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Baghdad Science Journal

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Out of 180 children, 60 (33.3%) have Amoebiasis infection as diagnosed by direct wet smear and Saturated Salt Solution (SSS). SSS method is more significant (P=0.001) in diagnosis of the disease. Number of children infected with Amoebiasis infection is higher in infants aged 1-6 months, but without any significant difference to ages 6-12 or 12-18 months. In contrast, infants aged 18-24 months are significantly differant (P=0.01) as the infection rate is 16.6%. Gender also is seen to be reduced in significance (P= 0.001) for females aged 18-24 months. Blood profile of the involved infants has shown a significant variation (P=0. 01) for all blood profile parameters (RBC (P=0.05), WBC (P=0.001), Lymphocytes (P=0.05), Granulated WBC (P=0.05), Hb (P=0.01) and Platelets counts (P=0.001). Many medicinal regimes are dependent in the treatment of Amoebiasis, Metronidazole (Flagyl) in significant variation (P=0.01), combination of Metronidazole and Bactrim

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Journal BS. Hematological Study of Infants Amoebiasis in Duhok City. BSJ [Internet]. 4Jun.2017 [cited 20Sep.2020];14(2):0343. Available from: http://bsj.uobaghdad.edu.iq/index.php/BSJ/article/view/2370
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