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What is the definition of Secernentea Infections?
A Secernentea infection is caused by a type of parasitic worm (nematode) that is transmitted to humans by eating contaminated fruits and vegetables, drinking contaminated water, or ingesting soil from unwashed hands. The worms then migrate from the intestinal tract to other parts of the body, such as the lungs.
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What are the symptoms of Secernentea Infections?
While some individuals may have no symptoms at all, symptoms of a Secernentea infection include abdominal pain, diarrhea, intestinal ulceration, nausea, vomiting, insomnia, headache, fever, itching, painful or stinging skin bumps, rashes, asthma, chronic skin ulcers, swollen or infected lymph nodes, progressive swelling of limbs or genitalia, cold legs, milky, white urine, muscle pain, joint swelling, organ damage, vision loss, skin hemorrhages, cough, chest pain, difficulty breathing, pneumonia, bowel, bile duct, or pancreatic duct obstruction, appendicitis, malnutrition, and delayed growth and development.
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What are the current treatments for Secernentea Infections?
Treatment for Secernentea infections involves the use of anthelmintic (anti-parasite) drugs, such as mebendazole, pyrantel, levamisole, or albendazole.
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What are the latest Secernentea Infections Clinical Trials?
Research on the Situation of Toxacara Infection and the Effectiveness of Albendazole Treatment Among Pupils Aged 3-15 Years in Ho Chi Minh City
Summary: This study consists 2 phases. The first phase will conduct a cross-sectional study to determine the infection rate of Toxocariasis larvae, describe the clinical and paraclinical characteristics, identify risk factors related to Toxocariasis larva infection. The second phase will conduct an interventional study to evaluate the effectiveness and factors related to the Albendazole treatment on pupils...
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A Comparative Study of Two Regimens of Ivermectin for the Treatment of Strongyloides Stercoralis Infection
Summary: The aim of this study is to evaluate the serologic response in patients with S. stercoralis infection after treatment with a regimen of two single doses of 200 µg/kg of ivermectin given 2 weeks apart versus a regimen of two single doses of 200 µg/kg of ivermectin given in two consecutive days.
What are the Latest Advances for Secernentea Infections?
Efficacy of triple dose albendazole treatment for soil-transmitted helminth infections.
Summary: Efficacy of triple dose albendazole treatment for soil-transmitted helminth infections.
Strongyloides stercoralis hyperinfection syndrome: a known entity in an unknown provenance.
Summary: Strongyloides stercoralis hyperinfection syndrome: a known entity in an unknown provenance.
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Pharmacokinetics of oral moxidectin in individuals with Onchocerca volvulus infection.
Summary: Pharmacokinetics of oral moxidectin in individuals with Onchocerca volvulus infection.