Corpus ID: 54777453

Latar belakang penelitian ini adalah masalah kesehatan masyarakat

  title={Latar belakang penelitian ini adalah masalah kesehatan masyarakat},
  author={Sistiagustin Manan Manan and Lisa Puspadewi Susanto and Agus Aulung and Rizal Subahar and Ade Siti Maemunah and Suriptiastuti},
Consumption of raw vegetables plays a major epidemiological role in the transmission of parasitic food­borne diseases. The aim of this study was to know the distribution of the human intestinal parasites in water of pickled raw vegetables which were sold by vendors, in Southern Tangerang, Banten. A study, cross­sectional design, was undertaken in March to May 2014. The samples were water of pickled raw vegetables, contained vinegar solution (Acetic acid, CH3COOH), and were randomly collected… Expand


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