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Enterobiasis.

The causative agent is pinworm.

The transmission route is oral.

Pathogenesis.

The egg enters the intestine, after 12-14 days it matures into a mature individual that lives for 3 weeks. Males fertilize females, die, females crawl out through the anus. Lay eggs in the perianal folds, after 6 hours - invasive.

The clinical picture.

Itching and burning in the area of ​​the anus, perineum - irritability, anxiety, etc.

Complication - creeping worms in the appendix, sexual organs, secondary information.

Treatment - pyrvium pamoat - 5 mg / kg once, pyrantel, mebendazole, medamin, piperazine
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Enterobiasis.

  1. Parasitic diseases in children (enterobiasis, ascariasis)
    Of all the registered parasitosis in humans in the territory of the republic enterobiosis, ascariasis are among the most significant. Enterobiasis - helminthiasis, causing. round helminth-pinworm. Etiology and epidemiology. The pinworm is a small white nematode parasitic in the human intestine. The life span of the helminth is from 1 to 3 months, at the end of the life the female helminth creeps out and lay off
  2. Enterobiasis
    Etiology. The causative agent is the pinworm female, 9–12 cm long, the males, 3–4 cm. The males die after fertilization, the females emerge from the anus and begin to lay eggs in the perianal area and perineum. Infection occurs as a result of ingestion of invasive eggs. Possible autoinvasion. In the upper small intestine, invasive larvae leave the egg membranes and in the large intestine
  3. Crib. Infectious diseases, 2010
    Typhoid fever. Paratypus A and V. Holera. Amebiasis. Iersiniosis. Ascariasis. Trichinosis. Typhus, brill-Brill-Zinsser. Echinococcosis. Enterobiasis. Ku-fever. Lyme borrelioz. Leptospirosis. Tularemia. Siberian ulcer. Meningococcal infection. Chuma. Column. Rabies. Ornithosis. Legionellosis. Rozh. Gripp. Food
  4. Intestinal nematodes
    James J. Plorde Enterobiasis Definition. Enterobiasis is a person's intestinal helminthiasis caused by pinworms (Enterobius vermicularis), a characteristic feature of which is perianal itching. Pinworm eggs were found in a 10,000-year-old coprolite (intestinal stone), which makes it possible to consider them the most ancient of the human parasites found. Enterobiasis is affected around
  5. Nematodes
    Ascariasis Ascariasis is a person's helminthiasis caused by Ascaris lumbricoides round helminth. Characterized by an allergic syndrome in the early phase of the disease and dysfunction of the gastrointestinal tract - in the late. Selection of antimicrobial drugs. Drugs of choice: Pyrantel, 10 mg / kg once. Alternative drugs: levamisole, mebendazole, albendazole. ANKILOSTOMIDOSIS Ankilostomidoz -
  6. Pyrantel pamoat
    Pyrimidine derivative. Active only in relation to round worms. The mechanism of action of Pyrantel pamoat acts against worms as a depolarizing muscle relaxant, causing the development of neuromuscular blockade. Spectrum of Ascaris, pinworms, hookworms and some other nematodes. Pharmacokinetics Poorly absorbed in the digestive tract. Excreted mainly with feces (less than
  7. Contact Helminthiasis
    Enterobiasis - helminthiasis caused by pinworms. Distributed everywhere. In terms of frequency of occurrence, it ranks first among helminth infections in children of preschool and primary school age in organized groups. Pinworms - round worms about 1 cm long, parasitizing in the lower section of the small and the initial section of the human large intestine. After fertilization, males die, and females
  8. Roundworms.
    Roundworms. Morphology and anatomy. Some features of nutrition and metabolism of nematodes. Reproduction and life cycles. Parasitic roundworms are the causative agents of many dangerous diseases (nematodoses) of humans and domestic animals. The economic damage caused by nematodes in agriculture is very great. They also pose a serious threat to human health. Nematodoses Ascariasis
  9. Helminthiasis in children. Practical skills
    Questions for repetition: 1. Cycles of development of ascaris, whipworms, pinworms; pork, bovine and dwarf chain. Control questions: 1. Prevalence and ways of infection with helminths in children. 2. Clinical manifestations of ascariasis, depending on the stage of development. Diagnosis and treatment. 3. Clinical manifestations of enterobiosis. Diagnosis and treatment. 4. Clinical manifestations of trichocephalosis.
  10. Levamisole
    It is characterized by a narrow spectrum of activity. Acts only on some round worms. It is one of the drugs of choice for the treatment of ascariasis. Mechanism of action The anthelmintic effect is caused by a violation of the bioenergetics of helminths and a paralyzing effect. Spectrum of Ascaris, pinworms and some other nematodes. Pharmacokinetics Well and quickly absorbed in
  11. Mebendazole
    It has structural similarity with levamisole, but has a slightly wider spectrum of activity. Mechanism of action The antihelminthic effect is caused by a violation of cell tubulin synthesis, glucose utilization and inhibition of ATP formation. Spectrum of Ascaris, pinworms, hookworms, whipworm, trichinae and a number of other nematodes. Larval stages of some cestodes (echinococcus,
  12. CUTTLE ACUTE AND CHRONIC. Sweat quince.
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  13. Vulvovaginitis and diseases of the internal genital organs
    Vulvovaginitis - inflammation of the vulva and vagina - is the most common disease of the genitalia in children. The etiology of the disease is the same as in adults. According to the clinical and etiological basis, they emit bacterial, helminthic (enterobiosis), protozoal (trichomoniasis), mycotic (candidiasis), viral vulvovaginitis. Children from 2 to 9 suffer from vulvovaginitis.
  14. Chronic cholecystitis in children
    Protocol code: 07-075b Profile: pediatric Treatment phase: inpatient Purpose of the stage: 1. removal of exacerbation of the disease, 2. correction of motor disorders, 3. relief of pain and dyspeptic syndromes. Duration of treatment (days): 14 ICD codes: K81 Cholecystitis K81.1 Chronic cholecystitis K83.0 Cholangitis K91.5 Postcholecystectomy syndrome Definition: Chronic cholecystitis is
  15. Introduction
    The urgency of the problem of helminth infections is associated with their widespread occurrence, the variety of negative effects on the human body and the pronounced polymorphism of clinical manifestations that impede the differential diagnosis of diseases, the lack of sterile immunity and specific methods of prevention. There are up to 300 species of helminths in the world, most of them are races in countries with
  16. Railway transport
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  17. Functional dyspepsia in children
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  18. Helminthiasis
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