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RIBEIRO FRANCA, Leandro  y  LUNA LEYZA, Julio Cesar. "Basic sanitation an prevalence of Intestinal-parasites diseases" in students from German Busch from La Paz - 2013. Rev Cient Cienc Méd [online]. 2013, vol.16, n.2, pp. 11-14. ISSN 2220-2234.

Intestinal parasitic infections are diseases that affect a large proportion of the child population in the underdeveloped and developing countries and in many cases become a cause of death.The aim of this study was to establish a parallel between the health conditions contributed by Mining Community Bolsa Negra - La Paz - Bolivia and the presence of intestinal parasites in children between 07 and 12 years of that community. It was applied in this project descriptive method and observational study, meaning through case study and control. As a result, by analyzing stool of children of the world of research, where it was found different forms of intestinal parasites with 100 % prevalence for gender Blastocystis hominis, Entamoeba coli and Giardia lamblia. The level of knowledge was also analyzed by the mothers of the children who participated in the research indicating poor general knowledge with regard to basic sanitation and personal hygiene. It was found the methods and measures for the prevention of related diseases associated with intestinal parasites.

Palabras clave : Intestinal parasites diseases; Entamoeba coli; Giardia lamblia; Blastocystis hominis.

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