Human Parasite Ebook

Destroy Your Parasites

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Herpes and Varicella Zoster

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INTRODUCTION Herpes zoster (shingles) and varicella zoster (chickenpox) are both systemic infections with manifestations caused by herpes virus varicellae. The virus is an obligate human parasite requiring person-to-person transmission for its survival. Varicella most commonly occurs in children and is almost always a mild, self-limited disease however, when the disease occurs in adults it is often a much more severe process. Zoster, meaning belt or girdle in Greek, is felt to be a reactivation of a previous varicella infection within a single dermatome. Herpes zoster is most prevalent in middle to late adulthood however, it can occur in children and rarely even in infants, in whom it is usually a mild disease. Eyelid symptoms result from involvement of the first or ophthalmic division of the trigeminal (5th cranial) nerve and are seen in up to 10 of cases of zoster infections. Adults with herpes zoster are contagious during the early stages and often transmit the virus to susceptible...

Specific History

Human scabies is an infestation caused by an organism named Sarcoptes scabiei var. hominis, an obligate human parasite. The disease is most common in schoolchildren and young adults, but may be seen in all age groups and is also common in nursing home settings. Within family units, it is not unusual for the presenting case to be quite removed from the index case that brought the disease into the family. History of overnight house guests, school contacts, or close friends with symptoms is important, especially when one cannot obtain firm laboratory confirmation. Cases seen from skilled care facilities should trigger an investigation into other patients or staff with pruritus or dermatitis. When seeking this history, remember that the exposure occurred at least 1 month prior to the time the patient became symptomatic. Initial symptoms consist of discrete lesions, often on the wrists and hands, but these are frequently overlooked. Progressive pruritus, which interrupts sleep and normal...


The most dramatic differences between application methods are seen with certain insect ectoparasites. While a number of blood-sucking parasites, such as sucking lice of cattle, are controlled by therapeutic doses of macrocyclic lactones administered orally or by injection, chewing lice are generally not susceptible. Topical applications (generally at about a 2.5-fold higher dose rate) are usually highly effective against chewing lice (Strong and Brown, 1987 Vercruysse and Rew, 2002b). Similar results have also been observed in lice on sheep (Coop et al., 2002). While the efficacy and spectrum of these topical formulations against internal parasites is similar to the oral or injectable treatments, this