Depending on the season of ivermectin, development in the intermediate host lasts from 50 days to 4 months or more. Stored in the intermediate host 2 - 33 years. After getting into the gastrointestinal tract of the final host, the parasites reach the sexually mature stage in 70-110 days. The life span of the acanthocephalan in the body of a pig is 10 - 23 months.
Pigs are usually ill at the age of 4 months, especially at the age of stromectol. Sources of invasion - infected domestic and wild pigs. The clinic of macracanthorhynchosis is expressed in pigs in a slowdown in growth and development, exhaustion, reaching cachexia.
The causative agent is very stable in the external environment. With daily cleaning of stromectol pills and its biothermal neutralization (in order to accelerate self-warming, pig manure is mixed with garbage), helminth eggs die within 5-10 days. In 5% solutions of bleach and carbolic acid, the eggs die after 5-25 minutes, and those moistened with a 5% solution of creolin after 50-60 minutes.
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The causative agents of monilimorphosis - beetle acanthocephala - in the stage of puberty parasitize in the intestines of some rodents, predatory mammals, birds, reptiles, in the larval stage - in the body of Stromectol, some beetles.
A person becomes infected by accidentally swallowing infested beetles, cockroaches and other insects. Single diseases of people are described in Sudan, Iran, Italy, Israel, on about. Madagascar, Sicily and in Russia. In the case of experimental self-infection, the first symptoms of the disease occurred after 3 weeks. Patients may experience abdominal pain, frequent stools, sometimes with an admixture of mucus, bloating, nausea, vomiting, weakness, fever. The disease may be chronic. Preventive measures: the extermination of harmful insects (cockroaches, etc.) and compliance with the rules of personal hygiene.
ACANTHOCEPHALOSES (acanthocephaloses; Greek akantha - thorn + kephale - head + -ōsis) - helminthiases caused by acanthocephaloses (prickly left). Activators A. belong to the class Acanthocephala (Rudolphi, 1808). The body of living helminths is usually flat; when fixed in alcohol and formalin, it takes the form of a roller. The anterior end is extended into a proboscis, usually armed with hooks. Acanthocephali have separate sexes; at the stage of puberty they parasitize in vertebrates of all classes and occasionally in humans.