INCIDENCE OF STOOL INFECTION IN SHIVPURI TOWN, MADHYA PRADESH, INDIAANAND KUMAR MISHRA AND MOHIT ARYA
Majority of the disease producing pathogens derive from human or animal faeces, and are transmitted through the faecal-oral route. Although both animal and human faeces are threats to human health, human faeces is generally the most dangerous. Infectious diseases caused by pathogenic bacteria, viruses and parasites (e.g. protozoa and helminths) are the most common and widespread health risks associated with drinking-water. The public health burden is determined by the severity of the illness associated with pathogens, their infectivity and the population exposed.To find out the contamination of stool samples with pathogens a study has been made on stool samples collected from 39 wards of Shivpuri town, M.P., India.
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