Diagnosis of Ascariasis infection is done by visual examination of the Ascaris eggs or adult worms in the stool sample under the microscope. Anthelminthic medications, such as albendazole and mebendazole are highly recommended medications for treatment of Ascaris infection. According to the WHO, children’s with the Ascariasis prevalence exceeding 70% need to be treated once in a plastic foot tubs Factory year, however, WHO advices a targeted treatment two to three times a year in case the helminthes is harboring an adult.Poor personal hygiene and poor sanitation in underdeveloped countries is the prime factor contributing towards rising prevalence of this disease. However, adults are known to harbor the helminthes at a low intensity whereas the disease is highly prevalent in children’s. Accidental contact with soil contaminated with human feces, including with human fecal matter leads to spread of this disease among humans.
Several health education initiatives conducted by CDC and World Health Organization (WHO) to reduce morbidity as opposed to eradicate helminthes is the prime area of concerns. Measures such as, maintenance of personal hygiene, implementing effective sewage disposal systems, avoiding open defection are few of the factors that will help to prevent the disease.Increasing administration of contaminated water and food has resulted in increasing number of childerns affecting from this diseases. Drugs including, albendazole, levamisole, mebendazole, piperazine, and pyrantel pamoate are the primary drugs used to treat Ascariasis. Pyrantel pamoate, is highly recommended for women’s who are pregnant. However, in some cases broad spectrum antibiotics are also the choice of treatment.By treatment type, the global market for Ascariasis Treatment & Management has been classified into, anti-parasite medications and surgery.