Schistosomiasis snail species
Locul publicării: Cham, Switzerland Cuprins 1 Schistosomes - trematode worms that endanger schistosomiasis snail species today millions of humans and animals. Textul de pe ultima copertă This book covers all details for a successful control and elimination strategy against propagation of deadly liver and intestinal flukes of the genus Schistosoma in China. Cancer due to schistosomiasis is still common in subtropical countries and affords hundred thousands of human and animal deaths per schistosomiasis snail species.
Expert authors play close attention to the biology and morphologic aspects of Schistosoma species as well as schistosomiasis snail species history and status quo of schistosomiasis epidemiology.
In a unique way, the present work illustrates the need to involve strategic measurements, and to control both adult worms and larval parasite stages.
With a special focus on Jiangxi Province, the authors present an effective management plan, ranging from intermediate host snail control to diagnostic tools, medical aid, as well as public health education. This approach from China can be used as blueprint in other countries hit by the same worm infections.
The contents of this book will thus be meaningful for academics and practitioners in the fields of parasitology, public health, as well as human and veterinary medicine. Caracteristici A unique blueprint to reduce and eliminate schistosomiasis disease Offered strategies have been tested with good results Includes measures to control adult worms and larval stages of Schistosoma Covers diagnostic tools, medical treatment, and experiences from public health education.