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The energy patterns of more forms of hookworms, tapeworms, roundworms, blood flukes, liver flukes, lung flukes, blastocystis hominis, etc. 35 vials.
Parasite 2 Test Kit
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The energy patterns of more forms of hookworms, tapeworms, roundworms, blood flukes, liver flukes, lung flukes, blastocystis hominis, etc. 35 vials for use by complementary and alternative health professionals.
PA2 32 Amblyomma Americanum Lone Star Tick A major carrier of Rocky Mountain spotted fever and Lyme disease. PA2 33 Ancylostoma Braziliense Human Hookworm Severe skin itching. PA2 34 Ancylostoma Duodenale, Male Human Hookworm Itching, gastrointestinal bleeding, iron deficiency.Common in north Africa, northern India, northern parts of the far east and the Andean region of south America. PA2 35 Ascaris Lumbricoides, Eggs Human Roundworm Sometimes asymptomatic; urticaria; mild to acute. Colicky pain with distension; reduced appetite; larvae in lungs can provoke pneumonia. Commonly found in cats and dogs. PA2 36 Blastocystis Hominis Watery or loose stools, diarrhoea, abdominal pain, anal itching, weight loss, and excess gas.Common microscopic parasitic organism found throughout the world. PA2 37 Chilomastix Mesnili, Cysts An amoeba found in intestine. Viewed as harmless by the medical profession. PA2 38 Chilomastix Mesnili, Trophozoites An amoeba found in intestine. Viewed as harmless by the medical profession. PA2 39 Clonorchis Sinensis, Eggs Human Oriental Liver Fluke Chronic liver disease; death if left untreated. Widespread in China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and Vietnam; via domestic dogs and cats. PA2 40 Ctenocephalides Felis, Adult Cat Flea PA2 41 Dermacentor Andersoni, Nymph Tick which carries Rocky Mountain fever. PA2 42 Dermacentor Variabilis, Male American Dog Tick Transmits spotted fever; carries Lyme disease bacteria, but unclear if can transmit it to humans. PA2 43 Dientamoeba Fragilis Found in large intestine; abdominal pain, gas and mild diarrhoea. PA2 44 Diphyllobothrium, Eggs Broadfish Tapeworm Found in small intestine from eating raw or undercooked fish. Prevalent in Scandinavia and around American great lakes. PA2 45 Dirofilaria Immitis Dog Heartworm In dogs & cats, rarely in humans. PA2 46 Endolimax Nana, Cyst An amoeba found in intestine. Originally thought to be non-pathogenic, studies suggest it can cause intermittent or chronic diarrhea.
PA2 47 Enterobius Vermicularis, Eggs Threadworm Often cause itching of the anus; may provoke appendicitis; lives in upper part of large intestine. The most common worm infection in UK; children particularly affected. PA2 48 Fasciolopsis Buski, Eggs Chronic infections may lead to inflammation, ulceration, hemorrhage, and abscesses of the small intestine. Found in SE Asia. PA2 49 Hymenolepis Nana / Vampirolepis Nana, Eggs Dwarf Tapeworm Often no symptoms; headaches, dizziness, anorexia, abdominal pain, diarrhoea. A particular problem in humans in areas of high population density and close contact, and where sanitary conditions are poor; most common tapeworm worldwide. PA2 50 Isospora, Oocysts Infection causes acute, non-bloody diarrhoea with cramping abdominal pain, which can last for weeks and result in malabsorption and weight loss. PA2 51 Necator Americanus, Adult New World Hookworm Symptoms can include coughing and wheezing, but may be asymptomatic.Common infection in the Americas, sub-Saharan Africa, south Asia and the pacific. PA2 52 Necator Americanus, Infective Larvae New World Hookworm Symptoms can include coughing and wheezing, but may be asymptomatic.Common infection in the Americas, sub-Saharan Africa, south Asia and the pacific. PA2 53 Paragonimus Westermanii, Adult Oriental Lung Fluke Coughing, chest pains, fever, night sweats.Most important lung fluke affecting humans, widespread in the far east and SE Asia. PA2 54 Paragonimus Westermanii, Cercaria Oriental Lung Fluke Coughing, chest pains, fever, night sweats. Most important lung fluke affecting humans, widespread in the far east and SE Asia. PA2 55 Paragonimus Westermanii, Metacercaria Oriental Lung Fluke Coughing, chest pains, fever, night sweats. Most important lung fluke affecting humans, widespread in the far east and SE Asia. PA2 56 Paragonimus Westermanii, Redia Oriental Lung Fluke Coughing, chest pains, fever, night sweats. Most important lung fluke affecting humans, widespread in the far east and SE Asia. PA2 57 Pulex Irritans, Adult Human Flea, Common flea. PA2 58 Sarcoptes Scabiei Itch Mite, Mange Mite Scabies PA2 59 Schistosoma Haematobium, Eggs Blood Fluke Urinary tract infection, bilharzia. Found in Africa and Middle East. PA2 60 Schistosoma Haematobium, Female Blood Fluke Urinary tract infection, bilharzia.Found in Africa and Middle East. PA2 61 Schistosoma Japonicum, Eggs Blood Fluke Fever, bloody diarrhoea, bilharzia.Found in Far East, but eradicated in Japan. PA2 62 Schistosoma Japonicum, Male Blood Fluke Fever, bloody diarrhoea, bilharzia.Found in Far East, but eradicated in Japan. PA2 63 Schistosoma Mansoni, Male Blood Fluke Bilharzia. Found in Africa, parts of S. America, the Caribbean and Arabia. PA2 64 Strongyloides Parasitic, Female Often asymptomatic, but heavy infestation leads to bloody diarrhoea, anaemia and abdominal pain.Tropical and subtropical countries, particularly south east Asia, Brazil and Columbia. PA2 65 Strongyloides, Larvae Often asymptomatic, but heavy infestation leads to bloody diarrhoea, anaemia and abdominal pain. Tropical and subtropical countries, particularly SE Asia, Brazil and Columbia. PA2 66 Toxocara, Eggs Cat And Dog Roundworm Permanent partial loss of vision; heavier, or repeated can lead to fever, coughing, asthma, or pneumonia. Spread from dogs and cats.
Parasite: “any organism living in or on any other living creature and deriving advantage from doing so, while causing disadvantage to the host” BMA Complete Family Health Encyclopaedia Parasites are commonly acquired by eating contaminated meat, swallowing eggs on food, contaminating fingers with faecal material or through contact with infected water. Categories of parasites Parasites are divided into the following categories: 1. flatworms (also called platyhelminths)
a) tapeworms (also called cestodes) b) flukes (also called trematodes)
a) threadworms b) pinworms c) hookworms
Roundworms: egg > larva > adult Tapeworms: egg > larva > encased by body in a cyst > adult Fluke: egg > miracidia > redia > cercaria > metacercaria > adult Scolex = part of tapeworm attached by suckers and hooks to gut wall of host; sometimes called head Proglottides = segment-like units of the tapeworm body which, when mature, leave the gut of the primary host in the faeces; they are budded off from the scolex