GASTROENTERITIS IN PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN Science Lab Technology Proj…

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ABSTRACT

A total of fifty faecal samples were collected form pupils in airport primary school Emene Enugu were used for the study. The duration of the investigation was between February August 2005. These samples were  cultured and their causative organisms determined using macconkey agar, deocycholate citrate agar and an alkaline peptone water which was preparect according to manufacturers instruction .
The species of organisms isolated include; escherichia coil 8  (29 %) Klebsiella 5 (18%) Pseudomonas auroginosa 4 (14 %) shigella 3 (11%) proteus 2 (7%) staphylococcus SPP 2 (7%) respectively. These organism have a lot of health implication associated with gastroenteritis.
LIST OF TABLE

Table 1 
Number of organism isolated with their percentage from school children 
Table ii 
Biochemical test for the identification of the bacterial isolates. (prescott et al 2005) 
Table III
Pie chart representation of the organisms isolated form school children 
Table IV 
Histogram representation of the organisms isolated form school children TABLE OF CONTENT

Title page                                     
Certification                                 
Dedication                                     
Acknowledgement                                
Abstract                                     
List of table             
                        
1.0    CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUUCTION 
1.1     Aims and objectives                         
1.2     Statement of problem                         
1.3     Hypothesis                                 
1.4    Scope/ limitations of study     
                
2.0    CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW 
2.1     Environmental factor                         
2.2     Bacterial diseases of the lower alimentary system         
2.3     Sources of infection     
                    
3.0     CHAPTER THREE: MATERIALS AND METHODS 
3.1     material                                 
3.2     Method                                 
3.3     Method of culture                             
3.4     Plate reading                             
3.5     Biochemical reaction     
                
CHAPTER FOUR
 RESULT          
               
CHAPTER FIVE
Discussion and conclusion   
          
CHAPTER SIX 
Reference                                     
Appendices 

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