Acarodermatitis - scabies
With us this disease is as scabies or scabies better known.
The scabies mites are skin parasites, about 0,2 to 0,4 mm in size and belong to the genus of arachnids.
They mainly affect the warm areas of the upper skin layer of the body.
The mites feed on cell fluid, lymph and skin cells of humans.
The parasites lay up to three eggs and feces in the horny layer of the skin every day.
After a few days, the larvae hatch and migrate to the surface of the skin.
After about 2-3 weeks the larvae develop into sexually mature mites.
The lifespan of the females is between 30-60 days.
Outside the human body, they can survive at room temperature for 1-4 days.
The transmission takes place, among other things, through direct physical contact, as well as through the shared use of bed linen, towels, clothing, toys and the like.
The incubation period ranges from days to weeks.
Most often body parts are like:
- Gaps between fingers and toes
- Armpit region
- Groin and genital area
Typical symptoms are:
- severe itching (especially at night)
- small pustules
- recognizable mite entrances
- gray scaly skin inflammation
- flaky skin swelling
- scratched skin
The mites, their disintegrating bodies and their excretions trigger an allergic reaction in humans with a rash and severe itching. The itching causes wounds, which in turn can be entry points for other infectious diseases, such as sexually transmitted infections.
- avoid direct physical contact
- good hygiene
- Change bed linen and clothing daily and wash at at least 60 ° C
- Vacuum or dry-clean carpets and furniture that are covered with fabric every day
Scabies must be treated by conventional medicine in any case and must be reported in most European countries!
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