Can Dog Flu Disease Be Spread From Person To Person?

My family has my father infected with schistosomiasis. So does my father infect everyone in the house? How do we not be infected.
Answer about the infection of dog flu
Toxocara is a disease that can be commonly encountered in children and adults, and those who keep dogs and cats. According to statistics, in Vietnam currently 20% of the population has antibodies to Toxocara. It can be affirmed that this is a disease that anyone can be at risk if exposed to the Toxocara parasite. This parasite develops in the body of dogs and cats, when the worms lay eggs, the eggs will follow the faeces into the environment, then turn into embryos after 1-2 weeks. If unfortunate swallowing worm eggs will have a very high risk of disease.
Symptoms of schistosomiasis are usually atypical and difficult to identify

However, if we pay close attention, we will see the following expressions:
People infected with helminths will show signs of fatigue, often causing abdominal pain, loss of appetite, feeling of appetite, fever, cough, shortness of breath, wheezing, weight loss, etc
If moved to the lungs will cause pneumonia, shortness of breath, asthma.
If moving to the eye causes diseases of the retina, inflammation around the eyes.


Can Dog Flu Disease Be Spread From Person To Person?

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If moving to the brain can affect brain activity, the body is tired, lethargic and more dangerous can get encephalitis.
If the parasite on the skin appears a tumor with the concentration of a large number of dog cysts.
If dog flu is contagious, how is it spread from person to person by a common question among many people In fact, schistosomiasis is a disease that spreads from its own host to humans. The route of transmission is as follows:
After the flukes lay eggs, the eggs will follow the faeces into the environment, then they spread into the soil, dust, vegetables. If we do not clean clean after direct contact with dogs or unwashed vegetables If done properly, it will be easy to swallow the tapeworm eggs in the mouth
After swallowing tapeworm eggs into the body, the worm larvae will be released, travel through the intestinal wall and move to the liver, lungs, nervous system along the bloodstream The larvae that survive will cause disease and cause an inflammatory reaction of the human body. Now the larvae will not grow but they cause tissue damage.
Therefore, tapeworms can be transmitted from dogs to humans through contact and sharing of food sources containing infected tapeworm eggs. However, dog flukes will not be spread from person to person.


Can Dog Flu Disease Be Spread From Person To Person?

. But can accidentally infect people eating the same food source together.
Prevention
Do not eat raw, unwashed or undercooked items
In the family when someone is sick, the remaining members should conduct tests because they share a food source containing helminths. So the reason that many people get sick is because the members eat and drink food together, not from person to person.
Ds Nguyen Thi Thuy.

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