Lyme disease

Lyme disease, or borreliosis, is a disease whose name is derived from a small American town named Old Lyme, where an increased occurrence of joint disease in children due to an unknown cause was observed. From the late 19th to the mid-20th century,... Více >

23.5.2019, 84 komentářs Lyme disease Disease

Human ehrlichiosis is a contagious disease transmitted by ticks. It is caused by the bacteria Anaplasma phagocytophilum, formerly called Ehrlichia p. (from which the name of the disease is derived). The bacteria attack white blood cells, entering... Více >

18.4.2019, 9 komentářs Disease Ehrlichiosis

Babesiosis is transmitted by ticks. The disease causative agent is a protozoan from the genus Babesia, usually Babesia divergens or Babesia microti. The protozoans infect red blood cells, and feed and procreate inside them. Babesiosis frequently... Více >

18.4.2019, 6 komentářs Disease Babesiosis
Danger of babesiosis in dogs

Babesiosis is a serious disease of humans and dogs caused by protozoa. The species causing the disease in dogs are Babesia canis and Babesia gibsoni. These protozoans attack red blood cells, in which they multiply and cause an infection that... Více >

25.9.2018, 0 komentářs Animal disease Babesiosis
An Overview of the treatment of tick-borne diseases

Based on frequent questions from both laymen and experts, we have prepared a brief overview of recommended antibiotic treatment plans for individual tick-borne diseases. Více >

18.4.2019, 0 komentářs News Therapy For physicians

Tularemia is a serious infectious disease caused by pathogenic microbes, that affects humans and animals. It spreads within a focal terrestrial localization. Its transmission is greatly aided by ticks. Humans can be infected when processing... Více >

18.4.2019, 0 komentářs Disease Tularemie

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