Infected animals : buffalo, pigs, rats, cows, dogs.
Symptoms : fever, appetite down, shortness of breath, lackluster, yellowish mucous membranes (icterus), urine is more concentrated and yellow. Kidneys swollen and dark.
Transmission : food and beverages (meat, kidney and milk) were contaminated with bacteria leptospira. Also by the patients with infected animal urine, contaminated water or puddle of urine of patients, through mucous membranes and wounds.
Cause : single-celled protozoan Toxoplasma gondii
Infected animals: Cow, goat, sheep, buffalo, pigs, poultry, dogs, cats.
Symptoms : There is no real symptoms. If the cyst is located in the brain will show symptoms of epilepsy. Cysts located in the retina of patients will experience blindness.
Transmission : Channel through digestion through food (meat, fruit, vegetables), drinks, hands and equipment contaminated with toxoplasma eggs or cyst. Toxoplasma only breed inside cats digestive seluran patients. Cutting: may be cut due to physical (visual) difficult to detect the presence of toxoplasma cysts. It is recommended to always consume meat that has been cooked properly.
Cause : The parasite Sarcoptes scabiei
Infected animals: cows, buffaloes, goats, sheep, pigs, dogs, cats and rabbits.
Symptoms : inflammation and itching of the skin around the mouth, eyes, ears, legs and tail, followed by hair loss and spread to other parts of the skin.
Transmission : direct contact with patients.
Cause : The fungus Trichophyton and Microsporum.
Infected animals : Cattle, goats, sheep, poultry, dogs, cats, horses.
Symptoms : rashes, pus, hair loss, especially the skin of the face, neck and back.
Transmission : direct contact.
- Salmonellosis/ Infectious Diarrhea
Cause : Salmonella sp.
Infected animals : cows, sheep, goats, pigs, chickens.
Symptoms : diarrhea with mucus, sometimes bloody.
Transmission : meat, eggs and milk is a source of transmission. Also dirt patients who contaminate food, beverage and equipment.
Cause : the bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
Infected animals : cows, pigs, horses, sheep, goats, monkeys, dogs and cats.
Symptoms : not too clear. Sometimes a cough that does not heal. Lungs are white bumps (tubercles). In severe circumstances tubercles spread to all parts of the body.
Transmission : through the digestive tract and respiratory by coughing animals patients spark.
Cause : virus parapox
Infected animals : goats and sheep
Symptoms : inflammation of the skin, then blister and scab formed. A common part of the skin that scab rarely covered feathers for example around the mouth, eyes, genitals and udder.
Transmission : direct contact with materials containing the virus.
Cause : tapeworm Taenia saginata
Infected animals : Cow and buffalo.
Transmission : contaminated food tapeworm eggs from human feces of patients (only adult tapeworms live in the human digestive tract).
Symptoms : no obvious symptoms. There are bubbles like rice grains in some parts of the meat or organ.
Cause : the bacteria Bacillus anthracis
Infected animals : Cattle, goats, sheep, pigs and ostriches.
Symptoms : High fever, loss of appetite, trembling, struggling breath, swelling, bleeding from natural holes (ears, nose, mouth, anus and genitals) followed by death. Spleen swollen and dark. Transmission : via foods (mouth), inhalation and skin contact.
- Brucellosis (contagious abortion)
Causes : bacteria Brucella abortus
Infected animals : cow, goat.
Symptoms : A miscarriage in pregnant animals. Inflammation of the testes (testicles) in male animals.
Transmission : through the food line, sex, mucous membrane and wound by urine, amniotic fluid, milk and meat animal patients.
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