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    Diagnosis of parasites

    02.08.2022

    Parasitic diseases occupy an important place in the pathology of both adults and children and are the cause of the development of a number of complications in the long term. A wide variety of food products, poor hygiene and domestic animals can be causes of parasitic infections in humans.

    The most common parasites are Enterobius vermicularis (sedge), Ascaris lumbricoides (human roundworm) and Echinococcus granulosus (dog tapeworm), and some of the most important intestinal protozoan infections in humans are amebiasis (Entamoeba histolytica), giardiasis (Giardia lamblia), cryptosporidiosis (Cryptosporidium sp.), cyclosporidiosis (Cyclospora cayetanensis) and isosporosis (Isospora belli).

    Intestinal parasites are among the most frequently diagnosed parasitic diseases and their main causative agents are protozoa and worms that cause helminthiasis.

    Microscopic examination for parasites is widely used in modern diagnostics and is considered one of the most effective methods!

    Mini & MidiSystem with Total-Fix - system for sampling, transporting, concentrating and storing fecal parasites

    • Safe and easy sample collection
    • Double filter, guaranteeing a concentrated sediment with minimal impurities
    • Total-Fix transport medium with added glass beads for better homogenization
    • Available in two sizes

    Graham Safe & Clean Test - ready-to-use slides for the detection of fecal parasites

    • Clean and safe system
    • Easy sample collection
    • Low risk of infection
    • Plastic box for easy and convenient transportation

    In the period until 12/08 you have the opportunity to take advantage of FREE participation in the external control program of INSTAND - Parasite Microscopy (Stool) - 451!

    To take advantage of FREE participation, you must place an order by 12.08 of one of the above-listed fecal sample collection and storage products.