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“…Stool samples have been collected for three consecutive days, and a single thick smear, using the Hein protocol (Beaver, 1950), was prepared from each stool sample. Positive samples from 46 children (age: 9 months to 16 years) with confirmed ascariasis and/or trichuriasis were re-examined using the quantitative coprological McMaster technique (Coles et al, 1992).…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Stool samples have been collected for three consecutive days, and a single thick smear, using the Hein protocol (Beaver, 1950), was prepared from each stool sample. Positive samples from 46 children (age: 9 months to 16 years) with confirmed ascariasis and/or trichuriasis were re-examined using the quantitative coprological McMaster technique (Coles et al, 1992).…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Formalin-preserved stool samples and the modified Ziehl-Neelsen carbol-fuchsin staining of formalin-ether concentrates were used for the recovery and identification of C. parvum oocysts. 21 Helminth ova counts were made using the standard smear egg count technique, 22 and the results were expressed as eggs per gram feces (epg). The helminth intensity was classified as follows: Ascaris lumbricoides, Ͻ 10,000 to Ͼ 20,000 epg; Trichuris trichiura, Ͻ 5,000 to Ͼ 10,000 epg, and hookworm Ͻ 2,000 to Ͼ 5,000 epg were considered light, moderate, and heavy infections, respectively.…”
Section: Subjects Materials and Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Quantitative egg counts were carried out among positive cases using Beaver' s technique (Beaver, 1950) and the number of eggs/g stool estimated from the mean of three measurements. Hookworm larvae were identi® ed to species as described by Harada and Mori (1955).…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%