Infection risk of intestinal Entamoeba and its association with lack of safe drinking water and sanitation facilities
This review looks at the overview of association between the lack of safe drinking water and sanitation facilities with intestinal Entamoeba.
The aim of this article is to sensitize readers on the association of lack of drinking water and poor sanitation with intestinal Entamoeba infection.
Lack of drinking water and poor sanitations are prominent risk factors to acute diarrhoea diseases in most of the resource limited settings in our families and communities.
Upon completion of this module practitioners should have a clear understanding of:
- The impact of lack of safe drinking water and poor sanitation with intestinal Entamoeba infection
- The materials and methods of conducting systematic review and meta-analysis
- Findings from the meta-analysis
- Different levels that contribute to intestinal Entamoeba infection.
Instructions for this Module
- Read the supplied reading material and complete the quiz that follows;
- You have three attempts to pass the quiz;
- The pass grade is 70%;
- You need to pass the quiz to claim your CPD certificate;
- Please click on the CPD certificate link below to claim your CPD certificate and to update your CPD Manager.
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