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Scabies 24 Hour Natural Remedy

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Scabies

Organism Infection of the skin is by a mite Sarcoptes scabiei. Transmission of scabies is due to close personal contact, permitting the mite to pass from one person to another. It can be transmitted by shared clothing and is potentiated by poor hygiene. Where possible, infected individuals should be prevented from infecting others, for example by keeping children away from school until they are cured of the infections. Careful search should be made for unreported or unrecognized cases in the community. Scabies can be spread amongst adults as a STI. Intractable scabies in adults, not responding to treatment, can indicate HIV infection.

Incubation period weeks

Occurrence and distribution Scabies is found worldwide, but favours the hot, moist tropics and flourishes in conditions of poverty. It mainly occurs in children, but anyone who comes in contact with infected individuals (e.g. mothers and school teachers) can become infected with scabies. Control and prevention Scabies is a community problem and treatment of an individual is insufficient unless the whole family, school or village is similarly treated. In communities with poor hygiene, the provision of adequate water is the most effective method of controlling the disease. People should be encouraged to wash themselves with soap and water and wash their clothes and bedding. Improving the water supply to provide an adequate quantity of water is the main method of prevention. used in the control of malaria (Section 16.5.10) or the naturally occurring Chrysanthemum from which it is derived, is also effective. Reduction in scabies can be an additional benefit of insecticide-treated mosquito...

Skin Infections

Some skin infections, tropical ulcers and those due to scabies and lice have been covered in Chapter 7 as they share common methods of control. Typhoid often has an accompanying skin rash, but is more appropriately covered with other faecal-oral diseases in Chapter 8. Meningococcal meningitis often presents with a petechial rash and is covered in Chapter 13. Many of the arbovirus diseases present with skin rashes, but as their method of transmission is by vectors, they are covered in Chapters 15 and 16.

Waterwashed Diseases

There are two groups of diseases in this category - skin diseases and eye diseases -and it is convenient to describe them in this order. The skin diseases include infections of scabies and lice and the superficial fungal diseases. Tropical ulcers, for which a means of transmission has still not been defined, are conveniently included here. The eye diseases of significance in public health are trachoma, epidemic haemorrhagic conjunctivitis, epidemic keratoconjunctivitis and ophthalmia neonatorum.

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