Research Papers/Topics in Preventive And Social Medicine

Prevalence And Risk Factors Of Camel Theileriosis In Northern State, Sudan

Abstract A cross sectional study was conducted for determination of camel theileriosis and investigation of associated potential risk factors in Northern State, Sudan. A total of 202 blood samples from camel were collected and examined using Direct smear and Geimsa stain method. The result indicated that camel theileriosis infection was prevalent among camel at Northern State with an overall prevalence of 3%. The following risk factors showed association with camel theileriosis in t...

Sero- Prevalence and Risk Factors Associated with Toxoplasma gondii in Cattle in Sharg Elnil and Omdurman Localities, Khartoum State, Sudan

AbstractToxoplasmosis is an important zoonosis caused by an obligate intracellular parasitic protozoan, Toxoplasma gondii. The disease is distributed worldwide and can affect all warm-blooded vertebrates, including humans.To determine the prevalence and associated risk factors of Toxoplasma gondii infection in cattle, a cross-sectional study was conducted between June and September 2019 from Sharqelnile and Omdurman localities in Khartoum state, Sudan. Serum samples were collected from...

Assessment of Knowledge Attitudes and Practices among the Workers of Atbara and Aldamer Slaughter House in River Nile State - Sudan

Abstract The Dim of This research to study The ineae processing houses and how they follow the approved premises which registered by the controlling authority for hygiene management of meat products for human being consumption . The hare chosen 150of the slaughters workers Atbara and Aldamer Localities River Nile State to evaluate The levee of knowledge, attitude and practice of hygiene in slaughter houses workers . The methodology of semi - structured questionnaire is taker ...

Prevalence and Risk Factors of Sheep Haemonchosis in Khartoum State, Sudan

AbstractA cross sectional study was conducted from March to May 2015 for determination of ovine haemonchosis and investigation of associated potential Risk Factors in Khartoum State, Sudan. A total of 170 fecal samples from Sheep were collected and examined using Direct smear and Centrifugal flotation test and then culture of faeces.The result indicated that natural Haemonchus contortus infection was prevalent among sudanese sheep at Khartoum State with an overall prevalence 6.5%. The f...

Epidemiological study of Babesiosis in Sheep in Gibash Locality, West Kordufan State

AbstractA cross sectional study was conducted from January to May 2018 to investigatethe prevalence Babesia infection in sheep and to assess the relationship betweenthe occurrence of these parasites and factors of age, sex, district, body condition,rising system, ,presence of ticks uses of treatment, uses of acaricides in Gibashlocality, west Kordufan state- Sudan. A total of 255 bloods amples were collected from five districts namely: Aumzagaia, Aum-sidare, Diglowa, Gibash W...

Assessment of Bacteriological Profile and the Factors that Contribute to Food Contamination In Hilat KuKu

AbstractThe study was conducted to evaluate food safety in street-vended foods in Khartoum city:A study on the assessment of bacteriological profile and the factors that contribute to foodcontamination, using standardized survey tool containing 41 questions to test food safetyknowledge and practices of 30 street vendors.The analysis of demographic characteristics revealed that the all participants were femalesand the majority of age group of 31- 40 years (53.3%) most of the vendors have...

Bacterial Contamination in Broiler Carcasses in slaughter houses , E.coli and Salmonella spp as Models in Jabalawlia Khartoum State –Sudan

ABSTRACTThis study was performed in Khartoum State between April to June 2017 .Two types ofslaughtering houses , namely; automatic and manual were chosen to evaluate thebacterial count in broiler carcasses in three steps during slaughtering (after slaughtering ,scalding and chilling ) , at three sites in broiler carcasses namely ; leg , neck and brisketand from worker’s hands during slaughtering . A total of 70 swab samples werecollected ; 35 samples from the automatic slaughterhouse ;...

Serologic Prevalence of Brucellosis in Horses (Equus Caballus) Stables in Khartoum State - Sudan

ABSTRACT The Rose Bengal Plate Test (RBPT) and serum agglutination test (SAT) were conducted to determine the serologic prevalence of brucellosis in horses in the Khartoum State Sudan. A total of 150 horses that were on stable management system was sampled. During the period from December 2016 to February 2017. Using cross sectional study localities State this included Khartoum, Bahri and Omdurman. The objectives of the study were to determine the prevalence of Brucella antibodies in...

Patients’ Reasons Contributing To Delayed Healthcare- Seeking Behavior For Non-Pregnancy-Related Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding In Bomet County, Kenya

Globally, non-pregnancy related abnormal vaginal bleeding is common. A United States population-based survey of women ages 18 years and above reported an annual prevalence rate of 53 per 1000 women (Kjerulff, Erickson &Langenberg, 2016). The purpose of this study is to determine patients‘ reasons involved in delayed healthcareseeking behavior for non-pregnancy-related abnormal vaginal bleeding in Bomet, Kenya. The objectives of this study are to describe how individual, health belief...

A Comparative Study To Estimate The Parameters Of The Shape And Scale Of Weibull Distribution In Sebha-Libya 1962-2013

AbstractThis study aimed to estimate the parameter scale è and the shape parameter ëof the Weibull distribution and to compare the estimation methods (Maximumlikelihood, Moments, least squares and maximum loss of Minimax) by themean square error to obtain the best estimate. Actual data for the monthlywind velocity of sebha city -Libya were used for 52 years. The value ofmedian, third quartile, eighty-fifth percentile and the maximum value in eachyear as measurements and variables of t...