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|Title:||Justification of Preventive Antiparasitic Measures on Recreational Waters|
|Citation:||Justification of Preventive Antiparasitic Measures on Recreational Waters / N. G. Shcherban, V. V. Myasoedov, N. I. Litvinenko, K. A. Krivonos, A. I. Bezrodnaya // Applied Science Reports. – 2015. – № 11 (1). – Р. 26–28.|
|Abstract:||Aim: the visibility of the results of scientific rationale and development of antiparastic events on a specific model of recreational water bodies of Kharkiv region with emphasis the necessity of accounting the problem of condition monitoring of sand on the beaches. Materials and methods: the state of pollution of the sand was estimated according to the following criteria: salts of heavy metals, organic compounds, pathogens (E. coli, Enterococcus, Shigella, and Salmonella), the presence of worms dangerous to humans. Laboratory study of sand were conducted before and after the swimming season. Results. According to the results of the research conducted in the period 2010-2014 it was found that out of 2333 samples of sand (soil) made in the locations of beaches on parasitological research, 173 - discovered threat to human health helminths (7,41%).|
|Appears in Collections:||Наукові праці. Кафедра клінічної лабораторної діагностики|
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