DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2312-413x.7.5.2019.183704

Тhe treatment of helminthiases. Мodern views on the problem

S.О. Kramarov, L.V. Zakordonets

Abstract


The article presents modern views on the problem of helminthiases. The questions of the influence of helminths on the human body are highlighted. Adverse reactions of anthelmintic drugs and possible ways to prevent their development are described.

Keywords


helminthiases; children; treatment; anthelmintic drugs

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