1 Transmission of diseases from animals to humans 2 Diseases of dogs transmitted to humans 3 Incidence of campilopacter or atifa 4 Tapeworm 5 Anselustoma worm infection 6 Rabies 7 Symptoms of rabies 8 Medical procedures when exposed to rabies 9 Cylindrical worms 10 Prevention of human-transmitted dog diseases
Transmission of diseases from animals to humans
Various sepsis can be transmitted to humans in many ways, including direct contact, indirect contact and movement from person to person as well as from animal to human, and it is possible to cause different types of foreign bodies of viruses, bacteria, parasites and fungi of all kinds of sepsis diseases, malaria measles and respiratory diseases are examples of sepsis diseases, and the transmission of sepsis diseases from animals to humans is made by scratching or biting animals on humans or dealing with animal waste, and will be talked about diseases transmitted by dogs to humans, and will be referred to in the most common diseases of these diseases.
Human-transmitted dog diseases
The relationship of dogs with humans is a relationship that reduces comfort and stress and provides an increased sense of relaxation, where dogs have a positive impact on different areas of life, and affect the social and emotional aspect and provide a relatively active lifestyle, but despite all the positive son that these pets have, there are many diseases of dogs , which is transmitted to humans, which everyone who owns a dog must recognize and how to deal with them, and although pathogenic microbiology rarely passes from dogs to humans, they can cause many diseases ranging from mild skin diseases to serious systemic diseases that need to be treated seriously, and here come some of the most common diseases of dogs. , which are transferred to humans, which are later explained in a single detail:
- Ataifais, which is caused by the infection of the atifa.
- Infection of tapeworm that infects dogs.
- Anselustoma worm.
- Cylindrical worms.
For dog diseases transmitted to less common humans than before, the following can be said:
Maltese fever: A bacterial disease transmitted to humans by unpasteurized milk or infected animals. In people with Maltese fever, the first symptoms occur within 6 to 8 weeks of infection, the symptoms are similar to those of a cold and persist for two to four weeks, but a chronic infection can develop that is difficult to treat.
This parasite, which can be transmitted by contaminated dogs, water or food, causes digestive symptoms such as aqueous diarrhea, painful abdominal cramps and nausea, which often occur by themselves and usually last two to four days and can be severe in patients with weakened immune systems.
Soehartosis or water bag disease: This disease affects many organs in the body and usually causes no symptoms for long periods of time where it can remain random for several years, and symptoms begin when the cyst begins to hyperbole and pressure on the neighboring or infected organs, and the most common areas of infection are the liver and lungs.
Giardien: Symptoms of this parasite include diarrhea, Fatty stool and dehydration, and people may experience abdominal cramps, nausea and vomiting, and symptoms usually persist after one to two weeks.
Leishmaniasis, which in turn is divided into skin leishmaniasis, which is common and causes one or more painless skin ulcers, and visceral leishmaniasis, which leads to fever, underweight, spleen and anemia, , and dogs can transport both.
Lyme disease: Lyme disease is a disease of dogs transmitted to humans by a bacterium called Borrelia bergdorferia, where transmission is mainly caused by a tick bite, and people with the disease suffer from a red rash at the bite site about seven days after the injury, followed by symptoms similar to those of a cold, and it can be transmitted to different areas of the body and cause serious problems if it is not treated.
Plague: A bacterial disease that occurs in animals and humans can cause very serious problems if not treated, and often people develop the plague as a result of exposure to flea bites or through contact with bodily fluids of infected animals, and the most common type of plague – bubonic plague – involves high-grade fever, sudden chills, headaches, enlarged lymph nodes, etc.
There are also many human-transmitted dog diseases, such as .B MRSA-resistant staphylococcus, pasterelles, ringworm, rocky mountain fever, salmonella, etc.
Incidence of campilopacter or atomy
It can lead to many serious complications, and children have a higher chance of developing the disease than adults, but the infection can occur at any age, men have a higher chance of infection than women, infections are more common in summer than in winter, the infection usually lasts a week, and symptoms begin a few days after infection , the most common symptoms of diarrhea, the most common symptoms of diarrhea, blood can also be seen with feces, the disease may be associated with nausea and abdominal pain, as well as fever and bulimia, it is worth noting that some people have no symptoms at all, some people with weakened immune systems may develop a very serious sepsis, the treatment is based on alleviating symptoms at the beginning , but if there is a weakness in the immune system, levofloxin may be prescribed, or in other cases aziromaticin or silox.
Striped dog worm
Tapeworm can be seen in dogs and cats, it is classified as a disease transmitted from dogs to humans, and can be transmitted to dogs by swallowing infected fleas, and although tapeworm is common, it rarely causes infection in pets or humans, and it is possible to detect this infection by removing small pieces in the form of a moving rice grain soon from the area , or in the modern stool, it is possible that the infected animal suffers from weight loss and mild diarrhea in case of serious injuries, and the infection occurs more frequently in children than in adults in humans, but the disease often does not remain accidental, and it is recommended to control fleas in the vicinity of pets as the best way to prevent the occurrence of this disease.
Anselustoma worm infection
The anselustoma worm is one of the most common causes of human-transmitted dog diseases, as it can be transmitted to the infected person when it approaches barefoot from dog remains or sits nearby or comes into contact with the feces of the infected dog, where this worm can penetrate through the superficial layers of skin and cause a disease that usually manifests itself in humans by the following symptoms or some of them :
- The rash is located in an area of the skin that is typically reddish and stands out from the surface of the skin and hatches.
- Weight loss.
- Respiratory complications such as wheezing and coughing.
- abdominal pain.
- Extreme fatigue and general weakness.
- malnutrition or iron deficiency anemia.
- Problems in physical and psychological development in children as a result of severe anemia.
- heart failure and large tissue swelling as a result of severe anemia.
When talking about dog diseases that are transmitted to humans, it is necessary to talk about rabies, it is a deadly virus that can be transmitted from person to animal, and although the name of this disease is close to the dog animal, the virus that leads to infection can be transmitted by many wild animals, such as raccoons, skunks, bats, bats and foxes. , in addition to dogs, cats and farm animals, and the disease is transmitted mainly by the bite of the infected animal, and because of the severity of this disease and as one of the most dangerous diseases of the disease. Dogs that are transmitted to humans are detailed in their symptoms and methods of trying to treat and prevent them.
Symptoms of rabies
Symptoms that occur at the onset of rabies can be very similar to those of a cold and persist for several days, while the symptoms develop later, with later rabies symptoms:
- My thoughts are confused.
- Hypermobility. Difficulty swallowing.
- Fear of drinking liquids due to the difficulty of swallowing water, in general. Hallucinations.
- insomnia or difficulty sleeping.
- Partial paralysis.
Since this disease is one of the most serious diseases of dogs transmitted to humans, medical assistance must be sought quickly and immediately after the bite of a dog or other animal or after contact with an animal that may have rabies. Depending on the various injuries and the condition in which the infection occurred, the doctor can decide on the most appropriate treatment option to prevent the occurrence of this disease, and should also seek appropriate medical care if the quality of the bite is not confirmed, for example when waking up. To find a bat in the room, it is possible that the person has been bitten by the bat without knowing it or waking up, in this case you should guess the presence of the bite and work on this basis.
Medical measures for rabies exposure
When rabies occurs, there is no effective treatment to get rid of it, and although a small number of patients have recovered from the disease, it often leads to death. So if a dog bite is detected or there is a suspicion that it is rabies, you should go directly to specialized medical centers to receive a series of injections that prevent the spread of sepsis and promote it in the body, usually the animal that has been looking for a person is examined, but if the animal is not present, it is usually examined by the animal. It is best to speculate on the presence of rabies, and this may depend on many other factors, such as the nature of the animal and the condition in which the bite occurred and injections to prevent rabies include:
- A fast-acting injection that contains the immunoglobulin of the dog virus to prevent sepsis quickly and effectively, and part of this injection can be given, if possible, near the bite site, as soon as possible after occurrence.
- A series of anti-dog vaccines to train the body to know the desired virus to increase the immune system’s ability to increase rabies vaccines are given as injections into the arm, usually in the form of four injections over a 14-day period.
Cylinder worms are also one of the most common diseases of dogs transmitted to humans, and these worms cause the so-called arrow disease, and it is possible that both dogs and animals become infected by accidentally swallowing the eggs of these worms from the environment, and the larvae of the worms can be transmitted by the mother dogs via the placenta, milk and lioness. , which leads to the transmission of the disease to young dogs, which in turn can suffer from poor growth and poor development and may have the appearance of the abdomen. Large and abnormal, while in humans the infection occurs more frequently in adult children, and there are two types of infection in humans, as follows:
- Wandering eye larvae: These occur when the larvae enter the retina, causing scarring and inflammation, and there is also a risk of blindness.
- Wandering visceral larvae: which occur when the larvae enter filling parts of the body, such as.B. into the liver, lungs and central nervous system.
Prevention of human-transmitted dog diseases
To prevent human-transmitted dog diseases, some of the procedures and guidelines recommended by the CDC can be followed, including:
- Wash your hands with water and soap after contact with dogs, dog saliva or dog residues, and make sure that children wash their hands after approaching dogs, effective hand washing can reduce the risk of various human-transmitted dog diseases.
- Avoid swallowing dog bites and scratches, dogs carry many risks and problems, especially the possibility of rabies, so be careful when dealing with unknown animals and approach dogs with caution, even if these dogs look like pets from the outside.
- The complete disposal of dog faeces, especially in areas where children play, can help to protect the site from human-transmitted dog diseases and reduce the likelihood of these diseases being transmitted to other people or animals.
- Routinely visit the veterinarian if you own a pet to assess the animal in general and maintain its health and keep it away from various diseases.