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The fight against tissue helminthiases is carried out in two main directions: strengthening veterinary and sanitary supervision and extensive sanitary-educational work. Sanitary-educational work is aimed at disseminating among the population information about helminthiases, ways of their distribution, the need to observe personal hygiene rules (washing hands after contact with animals, soil, thorough washing of herbs, vegetables, which may contain particles of soil). Planned deworming of pets, equipment of special places for dog walking, protection of children's playgrounds, parks, squares from visiting animals is necessary. Of great importance is the planned clinical examination of high-risk contingents in endemic areas. In relation to the natural foci of trichinosis, an important preventive measure is the instillation by hunters of carcasses of carnivorous animals after skinning, careful heat treatment of the meat of wild animals (bears, wild boars, etc.) before eating it, and the inadmissibility of feeding raw animals of wild mammals to pets.
The basis of social prevention of trichinosis is a microscopic examination of pork. Trichinoscopy is performed at meat processing plants, slaughterhouses, meat and dairy and food control stations. For testing, when examining pork carcasses for trichinosis, as a rule, the legs of the diaphragm are taken. If at least one Trichinella larva is found, the meat is destroyed or sent for technical disposal (Sanitary rules and norms 3.2.1333-03).
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- Sexually transmitted diseases and their prevention. AIDS and its prevention. Prevention of Sexual Violence
The sexual life of a person can be divided into three components: the platonic part, the erotic component and coital contacts. In the platonic part, the spiritual layer of questions is concentrated - words, views, letters, phone calls, etc. Erotic - these are dances, hugs, kisses, affection. Coitus from Latin translates as intercourse, and the couple chooses the form that is most pleasing to them and
- Health effects of production factors. Hygiene of mental and physical labor. Prevention of overwork. Industrial hazards and occupational diseases. The main directions of their prevention
Productive activity is an integral part of the life of an adult able-bodied person. At the same time, the production process and factors of the working environment have a multilateral effect on the human body. The scientific direction of preventive medicine in the field of hygienic aspects of human labor is occupational hygiene or (in recent years) - medicine
- . Medical and hygienic and sex education of adolescents. Features of a hygienic approach to the regimen of the day, study and personal hygiene of boys and girls. Medical and hygienic approaches to the prevention of bad habits, sexually transmitted diseases in older students. AIDS Prevention The effect of drugs on the human body and offspring.
The specific immunization of HIV infection has not been developed. Educational preventive measures include: 1. inclusion of a lesson in the OBZh course of grades 10-11; 2. conducting various activities for young people aimed at creating a responsible attitude to their actions in life. Medical preventative measures include: * Blood donor screening,
- LECTURE No. 19. Respiratory diseases. Acute bronchitis. Clinic, diagnosis, treatment, prevention. Chronical bronchitis. Clinic, diagnosis, treatment, prevention
LECTURE No. 19. Respiratory diseases. Acute bronchitis. Clinic, diagnosis, treatment, prevention. Chronical bronchitis. Clinic, diagnosis, treatment,
Prevention of the development of infectious endocarditis in patients with an increased risk is reduced to the prevention of bacteremia, which occurs after various interventions and manipulations. Antibiotic prophylaxis should be given to patients with heart disease with a risk of developing infectious endocarditis before invasive procedures. Indications for antimicrobial prophylaxis in patients with high
General preventive measures are regulated by a decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of 08.25.87, "On measures to prevent infection with the AIDS virus." Patients are placed in separate boxes, they are cared for by specially assigned instructed personnel. The taking of blood and other materials, as well as their processing, is carried out with rubber gloves. When infectious material gets on her skin
Preventive measures are carried out in patients in situations of increased risk of sudden death. Note that a warning is only possible with respect to VF, the most common form of arrhythmic sudden death. Effective methods for the prevention of asystole and electromechanical dissociation have not yet been developed. Currently known prevention methods are presented in
Prevention can be divided into two parts: general and specific. General prevention - the same measures for the fight against all infectious diseases: full feeding of animals, compliance with sanitary standards for their keeping, timely deworming and the fight against ectoparasites, elimination of contact with stray animals. Specific prophylaxis includes vaccination.
- Since pasteurellosis is a factor infection without relay transmission of its pathogen, the main prevention is to eliminate the factors that provoke outbreaks of this disease. First of all, for animals create normal sanitary and hygienic conditions of maintenance and care. They are provided with a plentiful dry straw bedding. They make sure that no increased
Measures of specific active and passive prophylaxis (vaccination) are absent. The basis for the prevention of toxoplasmosis are measures to limit the spread of the pathogen in the environment and the prevention of individual infection. It is necessary to exclude raw meat and offal from the diet of domestic animals. In extreme cases, raw meat and offal must be fed after
- PREVENTION OF ONYHMICOSIS
Prevention of onychomycosis is divided into social and personal. Public prevention includes hygienic maintenance of common areas: baths, saunas, pools, showers, their regular cleaning and disinfection. Preventive examinations of maintenance personnel, as well as people who often visit pools that are at risk (athletes, workers in certain professions, military personnel) should