Transmission of Parasitic Infection

The parasitic sickness can even be referred to as parasites, communicable disease are often caused or transmitted by a parasite. Several parasites don't cause diseases. Parasitic diseases will have an effect on much all living organisms, as well as plants and mammals. The parasites like Toxoplasma Gondi and Plasmodium spp. will cause sickness directly, however alternative organisms will cause sickness by the toxins that they manufacture.

Common ways in which for the transmission of Parasites

Food or Water Contamination - roundworm, amoebae, giardia, cryptosporidium

Vectors

Mosquito - canine heartworm, filarial, malaria

Flea - canine flatworm

Housefly - amebae cysts

Sand fly - kala azar

Sexual Contact - trichomonas, giardia, amoebae

Inhalation of Contaminated dirt or Air - roundworm, Toxoplasma Gondi

Skin Penetration - hookworms, schistosomes, strongyloides

  • Transmission through Contamination
  • Transmission associated with Reproduction
  • Auto-Infection
  • Nosocomial Transmission
  • Transmission by Active Parasite
  • Hosts and Vectors Relation
  • Host Factors
  • Environmental Factors

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9th European Immunology Conference

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5th International Conference on Parasitology

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