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This study was carried out in Mahasarakham Primary Healthcare Centre, Mahasarakham province in the area of Northeastern of Thailand. The experiment was randomized controlled trial in the clinical study to examine the efficacy of Thai Traditional Herbal Formula (TTHF) in the treatment of antihelmintic activity of mixed worm infections in human. The 2 experimental groups consisted of 10 patients, and 5 patients for control group with inclusion and exclusion criteria, who were screened by the selection of mixed worm infection symptom samples. The investigation and extraction of worm eggs per gram (EPG) of patient feces method were performed with Ether-Formalin Sedimentation test. The percentage of reduction of EPG of patient feces were collected, counted, and confirmed by parasitologist, and the clinical efficacy was investigated by the physician and the pharmacist. The percent EPG data were collected before and after the treatment with TTHF and with mebendazole. The result showed that TTHF had higher efficacy in antihelmintic activity than mebendazole and placebo, which had the percent reduction of EPG of feces as 93.69 in TTHF and percent reduction of EPG of feces as 87.50 in mebendazole. The suggestion of this study should increase the number of samples of worm-infected patients, which the samples can be identified with the specific helminths genus and species to obtain the efficacy by the treatment using TTHF and mebendazole comparatively.
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Schistosomiasis is a disease caused by parasitic trematode worms (schistosomes) that currently affects 200 million people living in tropical and subtropical environments. It is a chronic disease and the latest estimates for sub-Saharan Africa are that it kills > 200000 people every year. Soil-transmitted helminthiasis (STH) is caused by intestinal nematodes. More than 2 billion people are infected worldwide and the disease burden might approach that of malaria. Recognising the enormous public health significance of schistosomiasis and STH, particularly among the poor, and in view of readily available drugs that are safe, efficacious and inexpensive, the World Health Assembly recently set forth a resolution for a combined approach for morbidity control of both diseases. This review briefly summarises the geographical distribution, life cycle and global burden of schistosomiasis and STH. The current arsenal of drugs available for morbidity control, including discovery, chemistry, pharmacological properties and aspects of therapeutic efficacy and adverse events in clinical human use is then discussed. The emphasis is on praziquantel, oxamniquine and artemisinin derivatives (against schistosomes) and albendazole, mebendazole, levamisole, pyrantel pamoate and other compounds (against intestinal nematodes). The experience gained with combination chemotherapy in schistosomiasis and STH is briefly discussed. Finally, current research needs and the critical importance for development of novel anthelmintic drugs, so that chemotherapy can continue to serve as the backbone of integrated and sustainable control of schistosomiasis and STH, is highlighted.
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Diarrhoea caused by multiple nematode infection is uncommon in Spain, therefore we are not very familiar with the diagnosis and treatment of these patients.
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Determinations were made of the inhibitory activities of four benzimidazole anthelmintics (Albendazole, Parbendazole, Mebendazole and Thiabendazole) on purified extracts of cytoplasmic and mitochondrial malate dehydrogenase obtained from Ascaris suum, Fasciola hepatica and Moniezia expansa. The highest percentage inhibitions were exhibited by Mebendazole. The results confirm that cytoplasmic MDH and mitochondrial MDH regulator enzymes of glycogen synthesis are the sites of mebendazole inhibitory activity, but the activity sites of the other anthelmintics in the study remain unclear.
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Stool samples from 840 children attending 14 primary schools in Jimma, Ethiopia were pooled (pool sizes of 10, 20, and 60) to evaluate the infection intensity of STHs. In addition, the efficacy of a single dose of mebendazole (500 mg) in terms of fecal egg count reduction (FECR; synonym of egg reduction rate) was evaluated in 600 children from two of these schools. Individual and pooled samples were examined with the McMaster egg counting method. For each of the three STHs, we found a significant positive correlation between mean fecal egg counts (FECs) of individual stool samples and FEC of pooled stool samples, ranging from 0.62 to 0.98. Only for A. lumbricoides was any significant difference in mean FEC of the individual and pooled samples found. For this STH species, pools of 60 samples resulted in significantly higher FECs. FECR for the different number of samples pooled was comparable in all pool sizes, except for hookworm. For this parasite, pools of 10 and 60 samples provided significantly higher FECR results.
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Benzimidazole anthelmintics, the drugs against parasitic worms, are widely used in human as well as veterinary medicine. Following excretion, these substances may persist in the environment and impact non-target organisms. In order to test phytoremediation as a possible tool for detoxification of anthelmintics in environment, the biotransformation pathways of albendazole (ABZ) and flubendazole (FLU) were studied in reed (Phragmites australis) in vitro. Reed cells were able to uptake and biotransform both anthelmintics. Ten ABZ metabolites and five FLU metabolites were found. Some atypical biotransformation reactions (formation of glucosylglucosides, acetylglucosides and xylosylglucosides), which have not been described previously, were identified. Based on the obtained results, the schemes of metabolic pathways of ABZ and FLU in reed were proposed. Most of ABZ and FLU metabolites can be considered as anthelmintically less active; therefore uptake and biotransformation of these anthelmintics by reed could be useful for decrease of their toxicity in environment.
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Hookworms are ubiquitous human parasites, infecting nearly one billion people worldwide, and are the leading cause of anemia and malnutrition in resource-limited countries. Current drug treatments rely on the benzimidazole derivatives albendazole and mebendazole, but there is emerging resistance to these drugs. As part of a larger screening effort, using a hamster-based ex vivo assay, anthelmintic activity toward Ancylostoma ceylanicum was observed in the crude extract of aerial parts of Dalea ornata. These studies have led to the isolation and characterization of phenolic metabolites 1-10. The structures were determined by 1D and 2D NMR spectroscopy, and the absolute configuration of 1 was assigned using electronic circular dichroism data. The new compound, (2S)-8-(3-methylbut-2-en-1-yl)-6,7,4'-trihydroxyflavanone (1), was weakly active at 7.3 μM, with 17% reduction in survival of the hookworms after 5 days. The rotenoids deguelin (9) and tephrosin (10), predictably perhaps, were the most active, with complete worm mortality observed by day 4 (or earlier) at 6.3 and 6.0 μM, respectively. The effects of 1-10 on hookworm motility and on toxicity to hamster splenocytes were also explored as important measures of treatment potential.
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In this trial suramin, diethylcarbamazine, trichlorphon, levamisole, mebendazole, melarsonyl potassiu, Hoechst 33258 and tinidazole were administered to cattle infected with O. gibsoni and O. gutturosa to determine the usefulness of this screen in predicting the effect of drugs in man against. O. volvulus except for melarsonyl potassium which was macrofilarticidal against O. gutturosa but not O. gibsoni when cattle were slaughtered 6 weeks after treatment. It was concluded that cattle infected with O. gibsoni are a satisfactory substitute for chimpanzees infected with O. volvulus, as a tertiary screen for drugs against O. volvulus, but that their use would be restricted to centres in O. gibsoni endemic areas where the necessary facilities and specialised knowledge required to use cattle as experimental animals exist.
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A 59-year-old man presented with double vision due to vertical displacement of one eye by an infraorbital mass that indented the globe. Some 10 years previously he had had a Caldwell-Luc antrostomy for chronic sinusitis. Following investigation, the antrostomy was revised and an orbital cyst with a histological appearance suggestive of a mucocele was excised via an anterior inferior orbitotomy. The orbital mass recurred with identical symptoms some 18 months later with a second mass confluent with the first, presenting subcutaneously through his zygoma. A further radical antrostomy was performed enabling a diagnosis of a hydatid cyst of the antrum to be made. The unusual features of this rare cause of diplopia are discussed and illustrated. The literature on orbital hydatid cysts is reviewed and recommendations made as regards adequate surgical exposure and not irrigating orbital cysts with noxious agents.
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Seventy patients with hydatid disease were referred to our institution during the last ten years. In all cases the clinical and radiological findings were confirmed by pathology. In three of seventy patients pleural complications were found consisting in hydropneumothorax and a life-threatening tension pneumothorax following pleural perforation of ruptured pulmonary hydatid cysts in two cases and prolapsed hepatic hydatid cyst in one case. Bronchial rupture with anaphylactic symptoms and collapse occurred in one patient. In another, the pathologic anatomic examination gave clues of an old bilio-bronchial fistula. In all cases, lobectomies had to be carried out due to involvement and extensive destruction of surrounding lung tissue. CT visualized and localized the lesion and was helpful for a correct diagnosis. Ruptured and infected hydatid cysts are often confused with tumors and/or abscesses or empyema. Early recognition is important to prevent complications and if dissemination has occurred, to combine surgery with mebendazole or albendazole treatment.
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Chronic Strongyloides stercoralis infections can produce intermittent urticarial skin eruptions and gastrointestinal discomfort for years. Three cases of symptomatic infection acquired by United States military personnel in Vietnam are presented as examples of chronic parasitic disease unrecognized by physicians despite clear histories of geographic exposure, classic creeping skin eruptions, and eosinophilia. More attention needs to be paid to the possible long-term sequela from military service in tropical climates by both military and civilian physicians.
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Dogs and cats become infected with tapeworms by ingesting intermediate hosts that contain encysted juvenile tapeworms called larvae. The dog or cat is said to be the definitive host because it shelters the sexually reproductive, egg-producing stage of the tapeworm. The intermediate hosts, which are vertebrates in the case of Taenia and Mesocestoides and insects in the case of Dipylidium and Hymenolepis, become infected by ingesting unhatched but infective tapeworm eggs discharged in the feces of the dog or cat. The relatively less common Diphyllobothrium and Spirometra tapeworms discharge eggs that are undeveloped when passed in the feces and must fall into water to undergo development to the coracidium stage. Diphyllobothrium and Spirometra may have two or three aquatic intermediate hosts in series. The first of these, a copepod, ingests the free-swimming coracidium or ciliated oncosphere that has hatched from the egg. The final intermediate host containing the larva (plerocercoid) infective for the dog or cat is an aquatic vertebrate (fish, frog, water snake). Thus, dogs and cats become infected with tapeworms by eating uncooked meat or fish or by ingesting certain insects. These intermediate hosts are infected with juvenile tapeworms called larvae, which are the infective form for the dog or cat. The intermediate hosts, in turn, become infected by ingesting tapeworm eggs discharged in the feces of the dog or cat or, in the case of Diphyllobothrium and Spirometra, by ingesting coracidia that have subsequently developed in and hatched from such eggs. By far the most common tapeworms of dogs and cats in North America are D. caninum, T. pisiformis, and T. hydatigena. Therefore, the most common sources of tapeworm infection are, respectively, fleas, wild rabbits, and the uncooked meat and offal of ruminants and swine. Whenever a dose of tapeworm remedy is administered or dispensed, the client should be informed of these potential sources of reinfection. There is considerable overlap in the spectra of activity of currently available cestocides. Mebendazole, fenbendazole, niclosamide, bunamidine, and praziquantel are all effective against Taenia spp. Bunamidine is the drug of choice against Spirometra, Diphyllobothrium, and Mesocestoides. Praziquantel is the drug of choice against Echinococcus and Dipylidium.
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In vitro biochemical characteristics of three strains of Haemonchus contortus, benzimidazole-susceptible, mebendazole-resistant and thiabendazole-resistant isolates, were investigated. Steady-state pool sizes of glucose and metabolic intermediates, including adenine nucleotides and end-products revealed no differences between adult worms resistant or susceptible to benzimidazoles in 30-60 min incubations. Possible regulatory steps in the glycolytic pathway are identified as those involving the enzymes hexokinase, phosphofructokinase and pyruvate kinase. The major component of carbohydrate reserves was trehalose, some glycogen was present and the glucose pool was small. On incubation for 18 h in vitro, carbohydrates were metabolised in all three strains. However, in the benzimidazole-susceptible worms there was a preferential use of the glycogen reserves to maintain energy metabolism. All three strains had similar levels of total lipid, total protein and free amino acid and these did not change on incubation. The major products found in the medium on incubation, in vitro, for 18 h were propionate, acetate and propanol, with smaller amounts of ethanol, lactate and malate. All three strains produced a similar sum total of end-products; however, in the mebendazole-resistant strain there appeared to be a diversion of carbon flow to the ethanol-producing pathway. Carbon dioxide production in 60 min incubations was measured using radioactively labelled glucose. A greater output of labelled CO2 was noted under aerobic than anaerobic conditions. This was particularly true of the mebendazole-resistant strain and, in this strain, was sensitive to cyanide. The extent to which metabolic differences noted in the three strains may be related to benzimidazole resistance is not readily apparent.
Albendazole (ABZ) and mebendazole are the only drugs licensed for treatment of human alveolar echinococcosis. In order to augment the armamentarium against this deadly disease, we tested a series of drugs for their efficacy against Echinococcus multilocularis larvae. E. multilocularis larvae grown intraperitoneally in Mongolian gerbils were transferred into tissue culture. Vesicles budded from the tissue blocks and after 6 weeks, drugs were added, and the effect on the vesicles was observed. We tested the following drugs at various concentrations: ABZ, artemether, caspofungin, itraconazole (ITZ), ivermectin, methiazole (MTZ), miltefosine, nitazoxanide (NTZ), rifampin, and trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole. ABZ, ITZ, MTZ, and NTZ effectively destroyed parasite vesicles in this in vitro culture system. At high NTZ doses of 10 microg/ml, disintegration of all vesicles was observed after 7 days and was significantly more rapid than with ABZ at equal concentrations (21 days). After drug discontinuation, regrowth of vesicles occurred between 7 and 14 days for all four drugs, indicating a parasitostatic effect. Combination treatment with NTZ-ABZ at concentrations between 1 and 10 microg/ml for either 3 weeks, 3 months, or 6 months yielded no vesicle regrowth during 8 months after drug discontinuation. The treated larval tissue was injected intraperitoneally into gerbils, and no regrowth of larval tissue was observed, suggesting a parasitocidal effect after combined treatment. ITZ, MTZ, and NTZ are potent inhibitors of larval growth, although they proved to be parasitostatic only. The combination of NTZ plus ABZ was parasitocidal in vitro. Animal experiments are warranted for studies of dose, toxicity, and drug interactions.
We present a seven-year-old patient who developed a cerebral form of toxocarosis. She demonstrated focal neurological symptoms (epilepsy) confirmed by neuro-imaging and histopathological examinations. A positive test for toxocarosis essentially completed the other outcomes. On the basis of the clinical picture and the conducted tests a diagnosis of a cerebral form of toxocarosis was established. Mebendazole was applied in treatment.
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An overview is presented of the various therapy options in cystic and alveolar echinococcosis based on the recent literature and upon personal experience with chemotherapy over the last 20 years. In regions with an optimal surgical infrastructure and relatively small patient cohorts, long-term chemotherapy is practically limited to patients with inoperable echinococcosis, i. e. < 10 % cystic and around 70 % alveolar echinococcosis.
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To describe two outbreaks of Angiostrongylus cantonensis infection that occurred in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, during 1998 and 1999, and to characterize the source of the outbreaks and the clinical manifestations of the disease.
An 18-month study was conducted from February 1989 to August 1990 to examine the effect of regular deworming on child growth and nutritional status. A sample of 1402 children, from 2 to 6 years old, were divided into a treatment group and a control group. The 688 children in the treatment group received a 500 mg single dose of mebendazole, while the 714 children in the control group were given a placebo. Height, weight and mid-upper arm circumference (MUAC) were measured on monthly household visits. Growth was measured in terms of the change in height-for-age, weight-for-age, weight-for-height and MUAC over 18 months. The initial prevalence of infection was estimated from a random sample of 96 children (49 treated, 47 control). The initial overall prevalence of Ascaris lumbricoides, Trichuris trichiura and hookworm was 71, 44 and 10% respectively. The final prevalence of infection, estimated from a random sample of 265 children, was A. lumbricoides 6%, T. trichiura 6% and hookworm 2% in the mebendazole group compared with 64, 18 and 19% respectively in the placebo group. Despite the successful treatment of helminths, there was no significant improvement in the growth of treated children compared with their untreated counterparts in terms of the change in z-scores of height-for-age, weight-for-age, weight-for-height and MUAC. The factors which may have contributed to this outcome are discussed.
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Over 1 year, we have encountered 15 patients with obscure gastrointestinal bleeding. All the patients had normal findings on upper gastrointestinal endoscopy. Push enteroscopy was performed in each patient and evaluation of the proximal 40-50 cm of the jejunum was done.
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Enterobius vermicularis is a parasite that inhabits the human digestive tract. We present two pediatric patients with symptoms mimicking acute appendicitis who were found to have E. vermicularis infection. The first case is a 5-year-old female who presented with flank and abdominal pain associated with low-grade fever and anorexia. She had localized tenderness in the right lower quadrant and a leukocytosis with left shift. Intraoperative findings included a normal-appearing appendix, but ex vivo examination revealed Enterobius vermicularis. The second case is a 7-year-old female who presented with periumbilical abdominal pain, anorexia, and emesis. She had tenderness at McBurney's point, and ultrasound revealed a small echogenic focus within the appendix. Intraoperatively, the distal tip of the appendix appeared inflamed. Again, ex vivo examination revealed E. vermicularis. Enterobius vermicularis infection of the appendix can present with a clinical picture similar to acute appendicitis. In at-risk populations, it should be included in the differential diagnosis for children with right lower quadrant abdominal pain. Complete therapy requires treatment with mebendazole.
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Human intestinal capillariasis is a rare parasitosis that was first recognized in the Philippines in the 1960 s. Parasitosis is a life threatening disease and has been reported from Thailand, Japan, South of Taiwan (Kaoh-Siung), Korea, Iran, Egypt, Italy and Spain. Its clinical symptoms are characterized by chronic diarrhea, abdominal pain, borborygmus, marked weight loss, protein and electrolyte loss and cachexia. Capillariasis may be fatal if early treatment is not given. We reported 14 cases living in rural areas of Taiwan. Three cases had histories of travelling to Thailand. They might have been infected in Thailand while stayed there. Two cases had the diet of raw freshwater fish before. Three cases received emergency laparotomy due to peritonitis and two cases were found of enteritis cystica profunda. According to the route of transmission, freshwater and brackish-water fish may act as the intermediate host of the parasite. The most simple and convenient method of diagnosing capillariasis is stool examination. Two cases were diagnosed by histology. Mebendazole or albendezole 200 mg orally twice a day for 20-30 d is the treatment of choice. All the patients were cured, and relapses were not observed within 12 mo.
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Expansion of MDA programs to attain elimination of human helminthiases is a noble and worthwhile endeavor. Increased drug pressure should be expected to select resistance alleles. Alternative anthelmintics and regimens should be developed for deployment to ensure that the ambitious goals for elimination are not endangered due to an inadequate pharmacopeia.
The study was conducted in eastern Afghanistan between November 2011 and April 2014. Parasitological examination was performed on 3 different study groups: 110 soldiers from the Afghan National Army (adults), 1,167 patients hospitalized at the Ghazni Provincial Hospital (807 children and adolescents aged 1–18 and 360 adults), and 1,869 students (7–18 years) frequenting local schools. The study involved 3,146 people including: 2,248 females and 898 males; 2,676 children and adolescents (1–18 years) and 460 adults (19–85 years). Three stool samples were collected from each study subject at the intervals of 2 to 3 days. The samples were fixed in 10% formalin and then transported by air to the Department of Epidemiology and Tropical Medicine (Military Institute of Medicine) in Poland, where they were examined by light microscopy using 3 different diagnostic methods (direct smear in Lugol’s solution, decantation with distilled water, Fülleborn’s flotation).
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A collisional spectroscopy procedure for simultaneous detection of five widely employed benzimidazole anthelmintics (laevamisole, thiabendazole, mebendazole, fenbendazole, febantel) in sheep milk was developed. The method which involves injection of crude milk extracts and selection and collision of the most abundant ionic species (M+. or fragments) obtained under electron impact ionization, is highly suitable for multi-residue analysis because of its sensitivity (limits of detection in the range of 0.6-2.8 p.p.b) and its rapidity (more than five samples per hour can be processed). The collisional approach was applied successfully for monitoring of anthelmintic residues in sheep milk.
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This paper presents the applicability of thin-layer chromatographic methods with a subsequent densitometric or video densitometric quantitation for determination of residues in controlling pharmaceutical equipment cleanliness. Analytical methods were developed for monitoring residues of pentoxifylline at 10 mg/M2 and mebendazol at 1 mg/M2 on stainless steel surfaces. Simulated samples were prepared by addition of a calculated amount of pharmaceutical (as a solution) on a 35 x 35 cm stainless steel surface. After evaporation of solvent, the residues were wiped with wetted cotton. The cotton was extracted with dichloromethan-methanol (1 + 1). Filtered extract was concentrated by vacuum evaporation and an aliquot applied to the plate, where standards were also applied. In the narrow concentration range near the acceptable residue limits, linear calibration curve could be obtained for both substances. The mean recovery (n = 4) obtained by densitometric quantitation was 93.4% for pentoxifylline and 85.6% for mebendazol, with coefficients of variation of 3.5 and 8.3%, respectively. Results of video densitometric quantitation did not differ significantly. However, data acquisition and evaluation is faster compared with densitometry and allows better archiving possibilities as required by the regulatory authorities. Both quantitation modes can be applied to routine control of pharmaceutical equipment cleanliness.
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A rare case of a 19-year-old man with an orbital hydatid cyst is presented. The lesion caused rapid deterioration of vision and was not responsive to the systemic use of mebendazole. It was treated successfully with emergency surgery. Early detection, surgical excision, and the systemic use of albendazole are suggested for the treatment of orbital hydatid cysts.
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The study population was comprised of 909 children of both sexes between the ages of 2 and 13 from two peri-urban communities: Las Lomas and El Abastos, both in Santa Fe, Argentina. A prospective, longitudinal, quasi-experimental study was carried out in these communities. During the 22-month study period, 5 parasitologic controls were performed and results were qualitatively and quantitatively examined. Treatment with antihelminthic drugs was given at controls 0, 2, 3, and 4. At Las Lomas, selective treatment was administered to those in sample A (n = 55) who were positive for parasites; in El Abasto, mass treatment was given to all children, including those in sample B (n = 50). Both samples received follow-up.
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