Prevention of Alveolar Hydatid Disease
Clinical Trials for Alveolar Hydatid Disease
Some of the clinical trials for Alveolar Hydatid Disease include:
Treatments for Alveolar Hydatid Disease
Treatments to consider for Alveolar Hydatid Disease may include:
Prevention of Alveolar Hydatid Disease:
If you live in an area
where E. multilocularis is found in rodents and wild canines, take
the following precautions to avoid infection:
- Donít touch a fox,
coyote, or other wild canine, dead or alive, unless you are wearing
gloves. Hunters and trappers should use plastic gloves to avoid
- Donít keep wild
animals, especially wild canines, as pets or encourage them to come
close to your home.
- Donít allow your
cats and dogs to wander freely or to capture and eat rodents.
- If you think that
your pet may have eaten rodents, consult your veterinarian about the
possible need for preventive treatments.
- After handling pets,
always wash your hands with soap and warm water.
- Fence in gardens to
keep out wild animals.
- Do not collect or
eat wild fruits or vegetables picked directly from the ground. All
wild-picked foods should be washed carefully or cooked before eating.
(Source: excerpt from Alveolar Hydatid Disease: DPD
Prevention Claims: Alveolar Hydatid Disease
Information on prevention of Alveolar Hydatid Disease comes from many sources.
There are some sources that claim preventive benefits
for many different diseases for various products.
We may present such information
in the hope that it may be useful,
however, in some cases claims of Alveolar Hydatid Disease prevention may be
dubious, invalid, or not recognized in mainstream medicine.
Please discuss any treatment, discontinuation of treatment,
or change of treatment plans with your doctor
or professional medical specialist.