Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/JoPS <p><strong>Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS)</strong> <a href="https://issn.lipi.go.id/terbit/detail/1511420460" target="_self">P-ISSN (2599-0993)</a> and <a href="https://issn.lipi.go.id/terbit/detail/1552292845" target="_self">E-ISSN (2656-5331)</a> Accredited SINTA 4 by Indonesian Minister of Education proved on SINTA KEMENDIKBUD <a title="JoPS Sinta 4" href="https://sinta.kemdikbud.go.id/journals/profile/10034" target="_blank" rel="noopener">website</a> and information letter number : <a href="https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1OPiVO0pm_NWxCTR3hkE93yE01O6Cmsfj" target="_blank" rel="noopener">0187/E5.3/HM.01.00/2023</a>.</p> Universitas Airlangga en-US Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) 2599-0993 <ol> <li>Every manuscript submitted to must observe the policy and terms set by the Journal of Parasite Science</li> <li>Publication rights to manuscript content published by the Journal of Parasite Science is owned by the Journal of Parasite Science with the consent and approval of the author(s) concerned</li> <li>Authors and other parties are bound to the <a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License</a> for the published articles, legal formal aspect of journal publication accessibility refers to Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC-SA)</li> <li>By submitting the manuscript, the author agrees to the requirement that the copyright of the submitted article will be transferred to Journal of Parasite Science as the publisher of the journal. The intended copyright includes the right to publish articles in various forms (including reprints). journal of parasite science retains the publishing rights to published articles.</li> </ol> A Generalized Demodicosis and Malasseziosis in a Pug Mix Dog https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/JoPS/article/view/47556 <p>A 12-year-old female pug mix dog presented a skin problem with itching, and alopecia in the neck, facial, and extremity areas. Findings of scales, hyperpigmentation, and erythema are present almost throughout the body, along with crusts on the cranial and caudal extremities and a foul body odor. Wood's lamp examination revealed a yellowish-green fluorescence in the ear and ventral areas of the body. The skin tape examination revealed an infestation of <em>Demodex sp. </em>mites accompanied by <em>Malassezia sp. h</em>ematological analysis indicated that the dog presented anemia. The dog was diagnosed with demodicosis with a secondary infection of <em>Malassezia sp. </em>The therapy provided consisted of antiparasitic drugs such as imidacloprid and moxidectin (Advocate®); the long-acting antibiotic enrofloxacin was administered at a dose of 200 mg intramuscularly, along with the oral antibiotic amoxicillin and clavulanic acid at a dose of 31.25mg/kg BW every 12 hours. Additionally, oral antifungal medication ketoconazole was given at 25mg/kg BW every 12 hours, along with ketoconazole cream. Oral antihistamine mebhydroline napsylate was administered at 25mg/kg BW every 12 hours. Furthermore, multivitamins and hair vitamins were given at a dose of 2 ml once every 24 hours. After seven days of treatment, an evaluation was conducted, and it was observed that the dog's condition had improved, indicated by a reduction in the intensity of scratching.</p> Ahlia Ummul Maslakah Shelly Kusumarini Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2023-09-24 2023-09-24 7 2 78 85 10.20473/jops.v7i2.47556 Intestinal Helminth Infections Among Domesticated Cats in Malate, Manila, Philippines https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/JoPS/article/view/47681 <p style="font-weight: 400;">Intestinal helminthiasis is a public health issue in developing nations particularly those which have insufficient access to clean water, sanitary infrastructures, and lacks public health education. Due to the zoonotic potential of some intestinal helminths, cats, and other mammalian species with direct contact to humans may act as reservoir hosts and provide a medium for the transmission of zoonotic infections. This study aimed to determine the prevalence of intestinal helminths among domesticated cats in Malate, Manila, Philippines. A total of 25 cat stools were collected, processed using Formol-Ether Concentration Technique (FECT) and were microscopically examined. The overall prevalence of intestinal helminths was 76% (19/25)<em>.</em> The intestinal helminths identified include roundworms of phylum Nematoda: <em>Toxocara cati</em> (44%) and <em>Ascaris</em> spp. (20%),&nbsp; whipworm: <em>Trichuris </em>spp. (24%), and hookworm (12%)<em>.</em> All of the identified intestinal parasites have zoonotic potential and domestic cats are significant reservoirs of zoonotic intestinal parasites that can facilitate the transmission of infection to humans. Therefore, an innovative one-health approach strategy which includes constant monitoring and control of stray and feral cats, access to potable&nbsp;water, public health education, and more sanitary infrastructures, can help resolve intestinal helminthiasis crisis in the Philippines.</p> Jan Michael Chan Mary Jane Flores Eligio Santiago Maghirang Helenar Chan Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2023-09-24 2023-09-24 7 2 43 48 10.20473/jops.v7i2.47681 Prevalence and Infestation of Ectoparasite in Dabung Ducks in Some Districts in Bangkalan Madura https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/JoPS/article/view/40134 <p>Identify the type of ectoparasite prevalence and infestation pattern of ectoparasite on Dabung duck in Bangkalan Madura regency. This research conducted from February to April 2022 with sample of 55 tails and identified in parasitology laboratory of the Veterinary Parasitology Division, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Airlangga University, Surabaya with the permanent mounting method without coloring. This research was a descriptive research, study survey, and cross sectional study analytical. The type of ectoparasite that attacked Dabung duck in Geger subdistrict, Dabung village and Galis subdistrict, Pekaan Dajah village were <em>Menacanthus stramineus, Menopon gallinae, Lipeurus caponis </em>with a prevalence of 100% from a sample 55 tails of Dabung duck. The analysis results of infestation pattern of ectoparasite infestation on Dabung ducks used correspondence text on the body regions of Dabung ducks in Geger subdistrict, Dabung village showed that <em>M. stramineus</em> ticks on chest region, <em>M. gallinae</em> in head neck region and <em>L. caponis</em> in wing region. Burneh subdistrict, Burneh village founded <em>M. stramineus</em> ticks in abdomen region, <em>M. gallinae</em> in head-neck region, and <em>L. caponis</em> in wing region. Galis subdistrict, Pakaan Dajah village showed that <em>M stramineus</em> lice in head-neck region, <em>L. caponis </em>in wing region and <em>M. gallinae</em> in spine region.</p> Ramadhiniyanti Putri Alif Prawasa Nunuk Dyah Retno Lastuti Dadik Raharjo Poedji Hastutiek Endang Suprihati Dian Ayu Permatasari Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2023-09-24 2023-09-24 7 2 49 54 10.20473/jops.v7i2.40134 Prevalence Rate and Infection Degree of Helminthiasis on Pigeon (Columbia Livia Domestica) in North Surabaya https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/JoPS/article/view/48823 <p>Pigeon meat is an alternative option to other poultry meat such as chikens. As pigeons are easy to keep and quickly reproduce. Improper hygene practices is&nbsp; a strong factor in helminthiasis transmission. This study aims to know the prevalence and degree of infection of helminthiasis in North Surabaya. 70 samples were taken from pigeon butchers in North Surabaya from September to November 2022. Dissection method was used for prevalence rate count and modified McMaster method was used to count degree of infection. The result shown that 70% of samples had positive worm infection. Types of worms found were <em>R. cesticillus</em> (55.7%), <em>Ascaridia </em>sp. (25.7%), <em>Capillaria </em>sp<em>.</em> (14.2%), <em>Echinostoma </em>sp. (2.8%) and <em>Heterakis</em> sp. (1.4%). Qualitative exam shown helminthiasis was more prevalent in adult pigeon than in squab, but analysis with <em>Chi-square</em> test shown no significant association between helminthiasis infection and age of the pigeons (P&gt;0.05). Quantitative exam with McMaster method shown degree of infection of single <em>Ascaridia</em> infection in adult pigeons is 340 EPG while in <em>Capillaria sp.</em> is 287.5 EPG and 150 EPG in <em>Heterakis</em>. All of them are considered mild infection. Thus, proper loft and feed hygene method should be informed to prevent more transmission.</p> Khurun'In Fadia Ihda Hanny Djoko Legowo Mufasirin Kusnoto Dian Ayu Permatasari Poedji Hastutiek Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2023-09-24 2023-09-24 7 2 55 60 10.20473/jops.v7i2.48823 Stray Cat Gastrointestinal Protozoa Prevalence and Infection Degree in Madiun Public Health Center and Traditional Market https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/JoPS/article/view/46201 <p>This study determine the prevalence and protozoa infection degree of gastrointestinal in stray cats at Public Health Center and Traditional Market of Madiun City. 80 fecal sample collected. Fecal samples examined with direct smear, sedimentation, and floatation method. Positive samples calculated using the <em>Lucient-Brumpt</em> method. The result of the examination in Public Health Center showed that 37,5% stray cat infected by <em>Isospora</em> sp., <em>Entamoeba</em> sp., and <em>Cryptosporidium</em> sp., with 1167.33<sup>a</sup>±168.373 infection degree. The examination result in Traditional Market showed that 62,5% stray cat infected by <em>Isospora</em> sp., <em>Entamoeba</em> sp., and <em>Cryptosporidium</em> sp., with 1186.00<sup>a</sup>±148.577 infection degree. The result of <em>Chi Square</em> analysis obtained p&lt;0,05 indicated that there were significant differences between stray cat including faecal collection location, age, type of cat and faecal condition. The result of <em>Kruskal Wallis</em> analysis of the degree infection obtained p&gt;0,05 indicated that there were no significant differences.</p> Hayuning Nurrodhiya Djoko Legowo Endang Suprihati Poedji Hastutiek Mufasirin Dadik Rahardjo Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2023-09-24 2023-09-24 7 2 61 65 10.20473/jops.v7i2.46201 Culling Layer Hen Gastrointestinal Helminth Identification at Wonokromo Market Surabaya https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/JoPS/article/view/47979 <p>This study aimed to find out and identification gastrointestinal species parasites in culling<br>layer hen which sold at in the Wonokromo traditional market Surabaya City. The samples were<br>100 culling layer hen purchased from five merchant. Research design with purposive sampling.<br>The samples was examined by having surgery through the digestive tract and fecal examination.<br>Meanwhile, fecal examination used native methods, sediment and floating. Types of worms<br>identified were Ascaridia galli, Heterakis gallinarum, Raillietina tetragona and Mediorhynchus<br>gallinarum through examination the digestive tract surgery. There were Ascaridia galli, Heterakis<br>gallinarum, and Raillietina sp. found in examination of worm egg in fecal. The prevalence of<br>parasite gastrointestinal in the culling layer hen in sold at in the Wonokromo traditional market<br>Surabaya City was 85%. The difference in percentage rates were likely due to seasonal factors,<br>maintenance management, feeding and ranching systems.</p> Fakhryyah Maharani Deviyanti Poedji Hastutiek Arimbi Mufasirin Dian Ayu Permata Sari Agus Sunarso Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2023-09-24 2023-09-24 7 2 66 70 10.20473/jops.v7i2.47979 Detection and Prevalence of Soil Transmitted Helminths Contaminating Several Vegetables in Several Traditional Markets in Surabaya https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/JoPS/article/view/47482 <p>&nbsp;A total of 100 fresh vegetable samples consisting of yardlong bean, cabbage, lettuce, and lemon basil were purchased from five traditional markets in Surabaya. Each sample was washed with tap water, water washing examined using flotation method to find soil-transmitted helminths. The overall prevalence of soil-transmitted helminths contamination was 41% (41/100). The most predominant parasite was hookworms (20%), followed by Strongyloides stercoralis larvae (14%) and Ascaris lumbricoides eggs (7%). The highest prevalence of contamination was found in lettuce, with a prevalence rate of 56% (14/25), while the lowest prevalence of contamination was found in yardlong bean, with a prevalence rate of 24% (6/25). Sequentially, the prevalence of soil-transmitted helminths contamination of fresh vegetable samples from Pabean traditional market (55%), Keputran traditional market (50%), Wonokromo traditional market (50%), Lakarsantri traditional market (35%) and Mulyosari traditional market (15%), respectively. The present study demonstrated that consumption of vegetables with parasite contamination in this area represents a potential route for the transmission of soil-transmitted helminths infection.&nbsp;</p> Yuhenanda Dary Pratama Indah Setyawati Tantular Gwenny Ichsan Prabowo Heru Prasetya Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Parasite Science (JoPS) http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2023-09-24 2023-09-24 7 2 71 77 10.20473/jops.v7i2.47482