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Introduction Despite a spectacular advance in the diagnosis and management of diseases, intestinal parasitic infections remain a major public health issue globally ( Keiser and Utzinger, 2010 ). It is estimatedthat more than two billion people world wide are infected with atleast one species of intestinal parasite and over five billion peoplelive in countries where helminths and protozoa are endemic ( Kucik­ et al., 2004 ). The risk of infection is particularly high in areas with poor sanitation because poor hygiene and the lack of adequate sanitaton facilities

Introduction Parasitic diseases caused by intestinal protozoa and helminths are among the most common illnesses and one of the major causes of increased morbidity and mortality among people in developing countries ( Speich et al., 2016 ). It is generally acknowledged that parasitic diseases are the most common among children under the age of five as they are more vulnerable to soil-transmitted helminthic infections than adults. Nutritional disorders caused by the parasites may lead to iron deficiency anemia, malnutrition and they may have a negative impact on

Animals. Moscow (In Russian) K urnosova , О.P. (2014): Distribution of protozoa Lamblia ( Giardia ) sp. among dogs and cats of Moscow. Med. Parasitol .,(3): 23 – 25 (In Russian) K urnosova , O.P., O doyevskaya , I.M. (2017): Toxocariasis in pet dogs and cats. Med. Parasitol ., 4: 30 – 34 (In Russian) K urnosova , О.P. (2009): Parasitic diseases in domestic dogs and cats in metropolitan Moscow. Med. Parasitol ., 4: 31 – 35 (In Russian) Laboratory diagnosis of helminthiases and protozoosis: MUC 4.2.3145-13, Moscow (In Russian) L evecke , B., D resen , L., D orny , P

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the group of bacterial zoonoses (WHO, 2015). A fairly good indicator of the population load with endoparasitoses is the data on the contamination of urban waste water in the region observed. Examination of urban waste water and sludge from five monitored wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) in the eastern Slovakia, revealed the total positivity of samples P = 35.87 %. In 11.09 % of the samples the oo(cysts) protozoa, and helminth eggs in 20.87 % were recorded. In the raw municipal wastewater only germs of Giardia spp., Entamoeba spp., eggs of Ascaris spp., and

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