DISEASE TRANSMITTED BY MICE

Mice have lived with man since the beginning of time. Currently, there are almost everywhere, as they are able to travel to any part of the world, to withstand high and low temperatures and to adapt to live in any place. Mice are in the countryside, in parks, gardens, sewers and also with the man at home. This last point is where we must be careful, because there is nothing more dangerous than the presence of mice at home, considering the number of diseases that can be transmitted to humans. Indeed, mice are the animals that can transmit, directly and indirectly, more diseases in humans and other animals. These diseases can be transmitted through three methods. First, indirectly through eigenvectors like fleas, lice or mites. Second, directly through their droppings, urine, saliva or hairs. Third, they can be transmitted through direct contact with rats such as through its bite. It is important to know that some diseases can be transmitted through infected material, through the simply contact with any object at home that has been previously infected by rodent. Some mice live in areas where there are food products prepared or sold, with the dangerous possibility that this food is infected with hairs, urine or feces, thus transmitting the bacteria when the food is ingested. Common Diseases Mice are carriers of approximately 26 diseases, the most common are: leptospirosis, salmonellosis and bite fever, among others. Leptospirosis is spread through bacteria that rodent eliminates through urine, when in contact with the human body. What happens is a decrease in blood supply to a particular brain area that decreases the levels of oxygen and glucose. The most common symptoms are fever, headaches, pain in the muscles and bones, kidney failure and bleeding. Salmonellosis is an infection that affects the digestive system, producing toxins that reach the intestine and producing breaks or bleeding on their walls, in the worst case. Bite fever is an infection caused by one of two bacteria that can be transmitted through a bite of rodent. Symptoms usually include chills, fever, joint pain, swelling and rashes.

So if you suspect your home or your workplace may have rats or mice living, it’s very important that you don’t miss a second and look for a solution ASAP, with a method that really solve the problem once and for all.

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