The Comparative Double Blind Clinical Trial of Antihelmintic Efficacy Among Mebendazole, Thai Traditional Herbal Formulae and Areca catechu L.
The suggestion of this study should increase the number of samples of worm infected patients which the samples can be identified with more specific helminthes genus and species in order to obtain various types of efficacy by the treatment of different medicine as mentioned above.
Key words: Efficacy; Thai Traditional Formula medicine; Mebendazole; Areca Catechu Lin.; Egg per gram
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