There are many kinds of parasites, roughly as follows: 1
Cryptoflagellate or cryptoflagellate of gill parasitized on the gill. Clinically, the fish became black, the gill filaments were bright red, and there were many gray white mucus. Parasitic on the surface of fish, fish body is thin and weak. It is mainly harmful to grass carp, mud carp and carp fry. 2. Filariasis
The gills and skin are covered with a layer of grayish white mucus. The gill filaments are light red or the skin is congested and inflamed, and the scales are easy to fall off. 3. Wheel worm
The body and gill of the fish are invaded by the rotifer, and the skin and gill of the juvenile fish are seriously damaged. 4. Fish
The body surface of the fish is bedbug like or rice grain shaped, with red spots on its head and light green body. 5. Chinchilla
The naked eye can see that the end of gill filaments is hung with maggots like insects. 6. Pipeworm
When it invades the skin or gills of fish, it secretes a large amount of white mucus, which seems to have a light blue film. 7. Coccidiosis
There were small gray white nodules on the inner wall of the intestine, ulceration or perforation around the nodules. 8. Cucurbit
There are many white spots on the body surface, fins and gills.
There are two kinds of things I found. I don’t know if you are looking for it. This makes people lose weight.
Giardia lamblia is a flagellated protoparasite. It is parasitic in human viscera and can cause giardiasis. This parasite can cause inflammation and other damage after the human viscera settle down, weaken the ability of the viscera to absorb nutrients and cause diarrhea. The parasite is found in drinking water.
Symptoms: diarrhea, nausea, abdominal pain, weight loss, hiccups, smell of rotten eggs.
Tapeworms spread through contaminated food and attach to the host’s viscera through “hooks” on the head. Tapeworms can mature in 3 or 4 months. It can parasitize humans for up to 25 years. Tapeworm eggs can be excreted through feces and can survive in plants, and then be eaten by cattle and pigs, or passed on to humans.
Symptoms: nausea, vomiting, visceral inflammation, diarrhea, weight loss, dizziness, spasm, malnutrition
Ticks (pinyin: P ¨ª, the sound is the same as “skin”), also known as ticks, ticks, ticks, grasshoppers, belonging to the order parasitidae
Ticks mainly inhabit in grassland and forest, so it is better to spray anti mosquito liquid on exposed skin when going out to play, and try to avoid sitting and lying for a long time in the field. Pay attention to personal protection, wear tight mouth, light color, smooth long sleeve clothes. Ticks often adhere to the human scalp, waist, armpit, groin and ankle under the parts
Tick is an important parasite of wild or domestic animals, and also a carrier of some important diseases of human and animals. Although it is not the main human parasite, several occasionally invade humans.
Ticks (e.g. Dermacentor variabilis) attach to the host and feed on it for several days. The female ticks fall from the host after satiation, find a suitable place to live, lay eggs and die. There are three pairs of hatchlings that climb onto the grass and wait for their hosts (usually mammals).
2. Living habits and characteristics
It lives on animals and lives by sucking animal blood. It has strong vitality. Most of them are parasitic on dogs. They live alone and do not choose to live in groups.
Ticks are not pathogenic, but carry a variety of viruses
Yu xinbing, a famous professor of Parasitology and doctoral supervisor of Sun Yat sen University, said that ticks generally parasitize on the skin of some animals, such as cattle and dogs. They are usually about the size of sesame, mung bean and soybean, and will grow larger after blood sucking. It is not difficult to find them. It does not have a strong pathogenicity, but because it feeds on animal blood, it often carries a variety of viruses from animals. For example, the typical “forest encephalitis” is mainly transmitted by ticks. If a tick carrying some bacteria bites a person, the patient may become infected with some viruses, which can lead to serious diseases.
3 Boophilus, a tick of cattle
The odor of butyric acid from mammals stimulates the larvae to attach to the host. After sucking blood, the larvae fall to the ground and molt to become 8-legged nymphs. The nymphs also wait for a suitable host, and after sucking blood, they fall down and molt into adults. Adults can endure hunger for three years.
Most Ixodes live in fields and forests, but a few species (such as Rhipicephalus sanguineus) live in human dwellings. The difference between soft ticks and hard ticks is that they feed intermittently, lay several nests of eggs, and spend their developmental period at home or in the host’s nest
Not in the fields.
Ixodes absorb large amounts of blood, secrete neurotoxins (sometimes paralyzing or killing the host), and transmit diseases such as Texas cattle fever, microneurosporosis, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, Q fever, tularemia, hemorrhagic fever and encephalitis. Soft ticks transmit diseases such as relapsing fever.
1. Alcohol can be applied to the body to make the dog’s head relax or die. After a few minutes, use pointed tweezers to pick up the tick, clamp the tick from the mouth, and quickly pull to remove the tick.
Dog beans (4 pieces)
2, the local sprayed flea spray can kill the dog bean and it will be removed in second days. The flea spray should be regularly applied in the haunted areas to keep the area clean.
3. It is not suitable to pull out the “dog beans” biting on the skin by force. You can drop a drop of iodine tincture, alcohol or * on the body, or bake it with cigarettes to make the “dog beans” take off automatically. You can also prick the abdomen to make it fall off automatically.
4. Use soapy water or sodium bicarbonate to rub the wound, which can relieve pain and detumescence
It should be a tapeworm
It spreads through contaminated food and is attached to the host’s viscera through “hooks” on the head. There are 3 and 4 tapeworms
The month is ripe. It can parasitize humans for up to 25 years. Tapeworm eggs can be excreted through feces and can survive in plants, and then be eaten by cattle and pigs, or passed on to humans. Symptoms: nausea, vomiting, visceral inflammation, diarrhea, weight loss, dizziness, spasm, malnutrition
It should be a tapeworm
It spreads through contaminated food and is attached to the host’s viscera through “hooks” on the head. Tapeworms can mature in 3 or 4 months. It can parasitize humans for up to 25 years. Tapeworms can be excreted through feces and can survive in plants and then be eaten by animals or passed on to humans. Symptoms: nausea, vomiting, visceral inflammation, diarrhea, weight loss, dizziness, spasm, malnutrition.
Some parasites will invade the internal organs of the host in the process of survival and reproduction in cats, causing inflammation, anorexia, anemia, fever and a series of symptoms. The clinical manifestations of different parasites are different, but if the cats are left alone, they will die because of the parasites.
2. Respiratory diseases
Many respiratory diseases can cause fever, including cold, laryngitis, bronchopneumonia, etc. The treatment of these diseases is relatively simple, and the mortality rate is relatively low, but it also needs timely detection and treatment.
The most common type of fever in blood diseases is terrible leukemia, which is usually caused by virus infection, carcinogens and genetics. According to the symptoms, feline leukemia can be divided into four types, including granulocytic leukemia, lymphocytic leukemia, monocytic leukemia and mast cell leukemia. Once cats suffer from this disease, they need their owners to actively cooperate with veterinarian treatment to resist tumor.
4. Endocrine system diseases
The organism is like a precision instrument. The increase or decrease of any kind of hormone will cause the change of the whole body. Many endocrine disorders can lead to fever in cats.
Not all poisoning will make the cat have a fever. In many cases, the cat’s body temperature will drop after poisoning, but some toxin poisoning will still cause fever.
6. Motor system diseases
Most of the motor system diseases are inflammation of muscles, bones and joints. In some cases, fever may also occur.
Send to the hospital immediately. This may be due to the cat’s immune system is not sound and caused by bacterial infection, or Toxoplasma and other infectious diseases. If the cat has a low fever but is always listless, this is usually the early performance of a high fever,
What to do with a cat fever? Ordinary fever below 40 ¡ã C can give the cat some small Bupleurum for children, Qingkailing granules, etc. children’s drugs are safer, and the dosage is better controlled than adults. Secondly, check whether the cat has dehydration symptoms. Lift up the skin. After releasing the hand, the skin quickly returns to its original state, indicating that the skin elasticity is good and the cat is not dehydrated. If skin recovery is delayed or slow, subcutaneous rehydration is needed.
If necessary, put the cat in cold water at 25-27 ¡æ for 5 to 10 minutes. This can make the body temperature drop rapidly. But make sure the cat’s hair is thoroughly blown dry. And after a cold bath, avoid sleeping in a windy place.
Some parasites will invade the internal organs of the host in the process of survival and reproduction in cats, which will cause inflammation, loss of appetite, fever and other symptoms. The clinical symptoms caused by different parasites are different. If not treated, the cat will die.
Respiratory diseases can cause fever.
Blood disease causes fever.
Diseases of the endocrine system cause fever.
Poisoning causes fever.
1. Some parasites will invade the internal organs of the host in the process of survival and reproduction in cats, resulting in inflammation, anorexia, anemia, hair and a series of symptoms. Different parasites have different clinical manifestations, but if you let them go, cats will die of parasites. 2. Respiratory diseases many respiratory diseases can cause fever, including cold, laryngitis, bronchopneumonia, etc. The treatment of these diseases is relatively simple, and the mortality rate is relatively low, but it also needs timely detection and treatment.
Stray cats carry a lot of bacteria, viruses and parasites.
The situation you said will not infect you. It’s just skin contact and taking a bath. It doesn’t matter.
It is suggested that you take the cat to the pet hospital for vaccination as soon as possible, and take a good bath at home. It should be no problem. As for yourself, I don’t think you need to be too nervous, but just in case, I suggest you go to the hospital to have a check-up, and you can rest assured.
Cats carry bacteria, parasites, but also a lot of viruses. And there are many kinds of bacteria, parasites and viruses that can cause different symptoms. Of course, the treatment methods are also different. So for your benefit, I won’t say what medicine to take. 1. I don’t know if you have been infected. 2. If you have, I don’t know what kind of disease you have been infected. So for your own health or go to the hospital for examination. What do you say