Thank you for your query on Healthcare Magic.
There are two things in your child stool report.
1. Ova of round worm
2. Presence of bacteria and with few pus cells.
Presence of ova of round worm suggestive of worm infestation with the parasite round worm. But this parasite usually wont lead to loose stools.
Deworming at present is not required and can be done after the completion of 1 year of age.
The presence of bacterial and few pus cells may indicative of some infection. But this bacteria whether it is a pathological or commensal bacteria known by doing stool for culture and sensitivity.
, the mainstay of treatment is to maintain hydration by giving oral rehydration fluids.
and zinc can be given orally in prescribed dose.
Consult your Pediatrician
for specific treatment.
Hope I have answered your query.