1. Bed Bug (Anaphylactic Shock)
The Most Common disease caused by Bed bugs is Anaphylactic Shock, especially for people who have low immunity. Pre-existing conditions like asthma and allergies are at high risk. A bite from a Bed Bug will trigger anaphylactic shock on such persons.
This is one of the best pest control methods, anaphylactic shock cannot be felt, but after 30 minutes of it, some may start feeling a sudden weakness, have difficulty in breathing, the feel of confusion, feeling of dizziness and at last immediate unconsciousness. But this is the symptoms of anaphylactic shock. The feeling of anaphylactic shock can come progressively to anaphylaxis the sign that includes runny nose, vomiting, nausea, swollen tongue or lips, even abdominal pain, and more.
The best Pest Control Craigie treatments to cure anaphylactic shock is to inject yourself with epinephrine or EpiPen if there is any. Even if you insert yourself with EpiPen, you still have to seek medical treatment because there are high chances the medicine can wear off. Otherwise, if you don’t have an EpiPen, the best way to deal with this is to seek immediate medical attention.
2. Infected Tsetse Fly (African Sleeping Sickness)
The African sleeping sickness is a parasitic disease of humans and other animals. It is the most common found in rural areas. It caused by protozoa of Trypanosoma brucei. It is transmitted by the tsetse fly which belongs to the glossina species. The disease is mostly found in Sub African region though the reports say that some of the people in the USA are also falling a victim of this disease.
There are two stages of this symptom of the African sleeping sickness. In the 1st Stage, the trypanosomes multiply in tissues, blood, and lymph, which causes fever, headache, joint pains, and itching.
In the 2nd stage, the parasite crosses the blood-brain barrier to infect the central nervous system causing changes of behavior, sensory disturbances, and poor coordination.
Drugs used in the 1st stage are safer and more comfortable to administer than those for the second stage. The Drugs used in the second stage are complicated and toxic to administer.
Drugs used in the first stage include pentamidine and suramin while medications used in the second stage are melarsoprol, nifurtimox, and eflornithine.
3. Mosquitoes (Dengue Fever)
Dengue Fever is a mosquito-borne disease caused by the dengue virus that one can get from an infected mosquito. An infected person may recover in a few weeks, but it can be turned into a life-threatening dengue hemorrhagic fever. Half a million are hospitalized due to dengue fever, while some people may recover within a week with proper care and treatment.
The symptoms of dengue fever show after 5 to 6 days after infection and may last up to 10 days. The most common symptoms are sudden high fever, severe headache, pain behind the Eyes, Nausea, and vomiting, skin rash, and mild bleeding from nose or gums. But symptoms are mild, which can be mistaken for flu or other viral infection. Dengue fever may also cause damage to lymph and blood vessels if not appropriately treated.
There is currently no medicine to cure dengue; however, it can be prevented in various ways. The way to avoid it is to prevent bites from infectious mosquitoes or any mosquitoes or maybe to live in tropical areas. Once you’re infected by dengue, you will feel a lot of Pain the best way to deal with the pain is to use acetaminophen and avoid aspirin medicines. Use mosquito repellent when going out or stay inside air-conditioned rooms.
4. Tick (Tick-Borne Encephalitis)
Tick-Borne Encephalitis or TPE is a human viral infectious disease that involves the central nervous system. It is caused by tick-borne encephalitis virus that was isolated back in 1937. However, there are different types of TPE like European tick-borne Encephalitis virus, Siberian tick-borne encephalitis virus, and Russian Spring-Summer Encephalitis virus. This disease affects up to 76-87% of people and can last up to 8 days.
After a bite of the tick, the person may suffer from mild fever, nausea, and vomiting, severe headache, malaise and myalgias at the first manifestation of the disease but it gets resolved within one week, but after one week, the person may suffer from neurological symptoms infecting the brain or meningitis.
The disease is not curable once it has infected us. Symptomatic brain damage needs immediate hospital attention and supportive care. Anti-inflammatory drugs may be suggested under specific circumstances.
5. Vectors ( Filariasis)
A filariasis is a group of tropical disease linked within the body of adult worms and their larvae. It constitutes a real health problem for the local populations but rare among travelers. They are mainly transmitted by the insect vector but are spread by blood-feeding Diptera as black flies and mosquitoes.
The most common type of symptom for filariasis is elephantiasis with thickening of the skin of the underlying tissues. Other Symptoms mainly affect the lower extremities that can affect the legs, arms, breasts, and scrotum. It can also affect the eyes, causing river blindness and can cause rashes and arthritis problems.
The treatment for filariasis includes albendazole combined with ivermectin. A side effect of the drugs include nausea, vomiting, and headaches, but the drugs are necessary for the treatment along with proper hygiene.
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