Are People Contributed To Risk?

Parasitical The Reduviidae family, collectively known as stink bugs, includes many predominantly free-living insects in the nature, is a carnivore of other small insects, particularly the Triatominae sub-family has three genera Panstrongylus, Triatoma and Rhodnius are Suction type plays an important role in medicine and veterinary.
Role in medicine
The spread of Trypanosoma cruzi that causes Chagas disease is common in South America. The disease in the acute phase may be asymptomatic or mild, may include fever, feeling uncomfortable, swollen eyes, and redness where the insect was injected. After the acute phase, symptoms improve and may be asymptomatic after many years

. The chronic phase may have enlargement of the liver or spleen; swollen, enlarged lymph nodes; fast heart beat; Cardiomyopathy.
Toxic, allergic when sucking blood:
The amount of blood lost due to Triatominae sucking blood is important because insects are large. Triatominae injects blood very smoothly, usually at night, the sleeping master does not detect until the effect of the injection develops or wakes up to have an itchy, burning sensation and a rash at the injection site
If you have multiple injections at once, you may have a fever
Triatominae is also known as the assassin bug or kissing bug because the shot is so gentle and soothing. In Vietnam, Trypanosoma cruzi has not been detected, but Triatominae's toxic and allergenic ash role has made people panicked by the damage caused by the sometimes too large, multiple injection sites.

Are People Contributed To Risk?

. and especially when the Triatominae's nest was discovered with too many individuals.
Common ticks for hard ticks (family Ixodidae) and soft ticks (Argasidae family) of Spider class (Arachnida).
The hard tick has a spherical body, the false head is located on the frontal body, with four pairs of legs. On the back is covered with a hard chitin plate on the entire back (male) or a part of the back (female).
Soft ticks have a false head located on the ventral surface and have no hard chitin on the back (so called soft mites)

The developmental stages and both male and female ticks suck blood
Role of disease transmission
Ticks parasitize in many animals and transmit diseases caused by viruses. Rickettsia, the helix is identical to animals. Some cases spread the disease to humans.
Role in pathogenesis
Causes itching at the injection site
Causes anemia due to high lifesteal ticks, mainly in animals causing reduced productivity.

Are People Contributed To Risk?

Edema, increased local temperature, can cause local effects such as limping.
Causes paralysis upward.
In Vietnam, although there have been several reports that some ticks have been detected as vectors, there have been no reports of cases of human diseases caused by ticks or tick-borne diseases that have not been reported on medical information. However, in folklore, people have mentioned cases of burrowing into ears, underarms, in rows of children but only by word of mouth, no specific cases have been reported
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Is schistosomiasis dangerous?
Why is helminth infection itchy skin?
Some skin itching manifestations of helminth infections
Headache for the whole month due to the "worm" that enters the brain
The skin changes abnormally due to dog flukes
Cardiogenic shock due to dog tapeworm infection
What to do when a skin rash develops for a long time
What signs to identify helminths?
Signs identify strongyloidiasis.

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