Is Eating Tapeworm Infected Pork Dangerous?
Everyday dishes of Vietnamese people do not lack pork. Pork, pork, boiled pork, grilled pork ... Attractive processed foods, re-processed, in addition to cooked, raw or raw ... may be at risk of helminthiasis in meat that the naked eye Can not see
1. What is Cysticercus?
Trichinosis is an infectious disease caused by the tapeworm larvae.
. People get sick from eating contaminated food containing tapeworm larvae or pig tapeworm eggs, uncooked tapeworm pork, and raw vegetables are also one of the leading causes of the disease.
2. How is pork infected with tapeworm?
The tapeworm is also known as the rice pork which the tapeworm larvae parasitize in the form of tapeworms in pork. The larvae usually parasitize and develop in pig muscle such as tongue base, thigh muscle. Identify tapeworm infection by looking at muscular muscles such as: tongue base muscles, thigh muscles, if there are tapeworms, there will be white grains like glutinous rice grains
Flukes with pork flu are a risk of disease for humans if not properly cooked and clean.
3. Is it okay to eat pork contaminated with pork?
When eating infected, undercooked pork, it can be harmful to people
If some people eat raw or undercooked pork flukes (pork), then when they reach the stomach, the tapeworm larvae will escape the cysts and attach to the walls of the small intestine.
Most tapeworm larvae will develop and become adult tapeworms in the human body.
Adult tapeworms will grow and develop into tapeworms, sporadic, creating many new flukes, each with an average of 50,000 eggs, parasites in the human body can be up to 10 - 20 year.
When infected with tapeworm usually will not have clear symptoms, there are some cases with clinical symptoms such as abdominal pain, digestive disorders, body weakness and manifested mainly cold patients. uncomfortable, uneasy, see that the flukes will fall out according to their faeces. When you go out, you can infect the community
There are cases of tapeworm larvae in the small intestine entering the bloodstream and reaching the parasite in striated muscle, brain, eyes, skin ...
Rhabdomyolysis: The tapeworm larvae can develop in any skeletal muscle in the body. They cause myositis as symptoms such as fever, pseudomembranous muscle, swelling of myalgia and then progress to atrophy and fibrosis. Most cases have no symptoms since the larvae died and calcified
Brain: Appearance of tapeworm larvae in brain in this case is very rare.
. May have symptoms such as: Causing headache, dizziness, insomnia, nausea, memory loss, paralysis. Bad case dangerous to life
Eyes: Parasitic tapeworm larvae in their eyes cause: impaired vision, retinal edema, hemorrhage ..
Skin: Subcutaneous cysts in the form of nodules, moving under the skin, can cause pain, discomfort.
Tapeworm larvae will die at a temperature of 75 degrees C within 5 minutes or 100 degrees C within 2 minutes so meat when cooked at high temperatures is no longer capable of causing tapeworm infection.
4. Ways to prevent tapeworm infection
Keep clean, periodic deworming for children and adults to prevent disease
Refrain from eating raw or undercooked foods such as pork, sour rolls, pork, raw vegetables that do not meet hygiene and safety.
Managing fresh manure, especially in areas where many people are infected with adult tapeworm intestinal tract.
People with adult flukes in the intestine must see a specialist to be treated most appropriately, not indiscriminately discharged.
People should get rid of helminths once every 6 months.
Testing and checking Cysticercus for early detection, timely treatment to avoid accidents if there is a risk of infection
If pork is infected with tapeworms, if not cooked, it is a source of food risk for human tapeworm disease. When infected by tapeworm larvae into the body, they can cause diseases in the digestive tract or in other organs such as the eyes, skeletal muscle, skin, especially dangerous in the brain. However, if infected pork, if cooked well, there is no risk of disease, so people should take the initiative in preventing diseases by eating cooked, boiling and keeping the living environment clean.
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