On September 19, staff members of Norton Sound Regional Hospital in Nome reported two additional suspected trichinellosis
cases from the same community, in the adult aunt (patient D) and uncle (patient E) of patient A.
Epidemiology of trichinellosis
in Mexico, Central and South America.
in Canada is attributable to three Trichinella species of nematodes--T.
Esta Orientado a reducir o eliminar los riesgos de infeccion del cerdo, la Comision Internacional para Trichinellosis
recomienda realizar (2, 13, 15):
So the fear of trichinellosis
from pork is a perceived threat rather than a real one.
suis, even in apparently healthy pigs and pig products (13), and with reports of transmission of neurocystercercosis (14) and trichinellosis
(6,15), which suggested increased transmission risks associated with scavenging pigs.
All nine persons had consumed the implicated sausage during January 20--February 16 and experienced illness compatible with trichinellosis
during February 13--March 4; three of six tested had a positive serologic test for antibodies specific to Trichinella within 7 days of symptom onset.
La Trichinella spiralis se enquista en los musculos de aquellas especies animales que se alimentan con carne cruda infestada, siendo el cerdo el mas afectado cuando es alimentado con desechos de comida cruda o con basura ya que la larva se mantiene viva hasta cuatro meses en carne putrefacta, tambien la presencia de ratas en las granjas donde se crian cerdos son transmisoras de la enfermedad, carne de otro cerdo destinada a decomiso por Trichinellosis
y que luego se transforma en materia prima para concentrados animales (4, 6 8 10, 14, 18).
Number of deaths from selected nationally notifiable infectious diseases--United States, 2002-2008," in the row for Trichinellosis
, the number of deaths for 2008 should read: "0.
has been documented in 55 countries, particularly those with well-established food behavior that includes consuming meat dishes with raw or undercooked meat (6).
Worldwide occurrence and impact of human trichinellosis
is a foodborne zoonotic disease caused by a parasite.