Home | Journal Of Tropical Biosciences | Journal Of Tropical Biosciences | Abstract | Reference
PREVALENCE OF GASTROINTESTINAL HELMINTHS AND URINARY SCHISTOSOMIASIS IN RELATION TO ANTHROPOMETRIC INDICES AMONG PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN IN SAMARU-ZARIA, KADUNA STATE, NIGERIA

Year: 2015|   Volume No: 10|   Number No: 66|   ISSN: 0795-3089|   Page No: 57


Reference:

Abdullahi, I.O. and Abdulazeez, A.J. (2000). Prevalence of intestinal parasites in some human patients in Zaria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 21: 125-130.

Abera, B., Alem, G., Yimer, M. and Herrador, Z. (2013). Epidemiology of soil-transmitted helminths, Schistosoma mansoni, and haematocrit values among school children in Ethiopia. Journal of Infection in Developing Countries, 7: 253-260.

Adebote, D.A., Balarabe, M.L., Kogi, E., Oniye, S.J. and Olorunsola, O.O. (2007). Preliminary observation on helminth infections in pre-school children in three villages in Zaria, Nigerian Journal of Biosciences, 4: 81-88.

Adefioye, O.A., Efunshile, A.M., Ojurongbe, O., Akindele, A.A., Adewuyi, I.K., Bolaji, O.S., Adedokun, S.A. and Adeyeba, A.O. (2011). Intestinal Helminthiasis among School Children in Ilie, Osun State, Southwest, Nigeria. Sierra Leone, Journal of Biomedical Research, 3(1): 36-42.

Agbolade, M.O., Agu, N.C., Adesanya, O.O., Adigun, A.A., Adesanlu, E.B., Ogunleye, F.G., Sodimu, A.O., Adeshina, A.S., Bisiriyu, G.O., Omotosho, O.I. and Udia, K.M. (2007). Intestinal helminthiasis and Schistosomiasis among school children in an urban centre and some rural communities in Southwest Nigeria. Korean Journal of Parasitology, 45(3):233-238.

Amaechi, E.C., Ohaeri, C.C. and Ukpai, O.M. (2013). Prevalence of helminthiasis among school children in some rural communities of Abia State, Nigeria. Animal Research International, 10(3): 1817-1825.

Amuta, E., Olusi, T. and Houmsou, R. (2008). Relationship of intestinal parasitic infections and malnutrition among school children in Makurdi, Benue State, Nigeria. The Internet Journal of Epidemiology, 7(1): Retrieved from http://ispub.com/IJE/7/1/7618.

Auta T., Kogi E. and Oricha, K. A. (2013). Studies on the Intestinal Helminths Infestation among Primary School Children in Gwagwada, Kaduna, North Western Nigeria. Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare, 3(7): 48-53.

Balla, H.J., Babagana, I., Baba, S. and Ibrahim, H. (2015). Incidence of Urinary Schistosomiasis Amongst Out-of-School Pupils and “Almajiris” in Dikwa, North Eastern Nigeria. Global Journal of Medical Research: C Microbiology and Pathology, 15(2): 8-14.

Bethony, J., Brooker, S., Albonico, M., Geiger, M. S., Loukas, A., Diemert, D. and Hotez, P. J. (2006). Soil transmitted helminth infections: ascariasis, trichuriasis and hookworm. Lancet. 367: 1521-1532.

Centers for Disease Control [CDC]. (2015). About Child and Teen BMI. Retrieved 13-07-2015fromhttp://www.cdc.gov/healthyweight/assessing/bmi/childrens_bmi/about_childrens_bmi.html.

Desilva, N.R., Brooker, S., Hotez, P.J., Montressor, A., Engels, D. and Savioli, L. (2003). Soil-transmitted helminth infections: updating the global picture. Trends in Parasitology, 19: 547-551.

Egwunyenga, O. A. and Ataikiru, D. P. (2005). Soil transmitted helminthiasis among school age children in Ethiope East Local Government Area, Delta State, Nigeria. African Journal of Biotechnology, 4(9):938-941.

Hall, A. (1993). Intestinal parasitic worms and the growth of children. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medical Hygiene, 87: 241-242.

Jardian-Batelho, A., Raff, S., deAvilla Rodringnes, R., Hoffman, H.J., Diemert, D.J., Correa-Oliveira, R., Bethony, J.M. and Gazzinelli, M.F. (2008). Hookworm. poor cognitive performance in Brazilian school children. Tropical Medicine and International Health, 13(8): 994 – 1004.

Luka, S.A., Ajogi, I. and Umoh, J.U. (2000). Helminthosis among primary school children in Lere Local Government Area, Kaduna state, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 21: 109-116.

Naish, S., McCarthy, J. and Williams, G.M. (2004). Prevalence, intensity and risk factors for soil-transmitted helminth infection in a South Indian fishing village. Acta Tropical, 91:177 – 187.

Ochei, J. and Kolhatker, A. (2007). Medical Laboratory Science Theory and Practice. 6th Edition. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Limited, New Delhi. Pp 975- 976.

Ojurongbe, O., (2013). Terminating the neglect of neglected tropical diseases in Africa. Journal of Medical Microbiology & Diagnosis, 2(2): 1000e118.

Ojurongbe, O., Oyesiji, K.F., Ojo, J.A., Odewale, G., Adefioye, O.A., Olowe, A.O., Opaleye, O.O., Bolaji, O.S. and Ojurongbe, T.A. (2014). Soil transmitted helminth infections among primary school children in Ile-Ife Southwest, Nigeria: A cross- sectional study. International Research Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences, 2(1): 6-10.

Oluboyo, B. O., Enweani, I. B., Ekejindu, I. M. and Oluboyo, A. O. (2014). Prevalence of some intestinal parasitic infections in relation to body mass index of children resident in Orphanages in Anambra state, Nigeria. European Scientific Journal, 10(36): 221-229.

Otubanjo, A.O. (2013). Parasites of Man and Animals. Concept Publication Limited Lagos, Nigeria. Pp 269-275.

Rafindadi, N.M., Luka, S.A., Abolude, S.D. and Audu, P.A. (2013). The relationship between anthropometric indices and gastrointestinal helminth infection in primary school children of Batagarawa Local Government Area, Katsina state, Nigeria. The Zoologist, 11: 29-33.

Sakti, H., Nokes, C., Hertanto, W.S., Hendratno, S., Hall, A. and Bundy, D.A.P. (1999). Evidence for association between hookworm infection and cognitive function in Indonesian school children. Tropical Medicine and International Health, 4: 322-334.

Salawu, A.S., Asaolu, S.O. and Sowemimo, O.A. (2014). Co-infections with Schistosoma haematobium and soil-transmitted helminths among School-aged children in Saki, Oyo State, Nigeria. Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology, 6(12): 417-423.

Wani, S.A., Ahmad, F., Zargar, S.A., Amin, A., Dar, Z.A. and Dar, P.A. (2010). Intestinal Helminthiasis in Children of Gurez Valley of Jammu and Kashmir State, India. Journal of Global Infectious Diseases, 2(2): 91-94.

World Health Organization. (1991). Basic laboratory Methods in Medical Parasitology. (Geneva, WHO). Pp. 25-29.

World Health Organization. (2008). Action against worms. Retrieved 22nd February, 2015, fromhttp://www.who.int/neglected_diseases/preventive_chemotherapy/pctnewsletter.

World Health Organization. (2011). Soil transmitted helminthiasis: estimates of the number of children needing preventive chemotherapy and number treated, 2009. Weekly Epidemiology Record, 25(86): 257