For some time it was thought that some common diseases were disappearing, but in recent studies by WHO, has been perceived that diseases such as typhoid, malaria, yellow fever are making a comeback.
The flies transmit many diseases by contact with contaminated objects.
The main cause is that the insects create resistance to chemical insecticides, medicines and proper microbes that fight. All it favored by the wrong use of drugs and insecticides incompletamos treatments generating resistance to microorganisms and microbes. Climate change also favors the habitat of insects and their rapid spread to other areas not used to them.
The fly larvae need a few days to hatch.
Flies live as parasites under the skin of animals, producing and transmitting miasis diseases such as:
- Cholera is a bacterial intestinal disease usually produces watery diarrhea, vomiting, muscle cramps and loss of body fluids, in very serious cases does cause death.
- Typhoid fever is an acute infectious disease caused by bacteria of the genus Salmonella, it begins with general malaise, weakness, loss of appetite, headache and constipation.
- Dysentery can be described as bloody diarrhea. The disease includes abdominal cramps, fever and rectal pain. You can have infectious complications affecting the kidneys.
- Parasitic worms in mild infections are asymptomatic, in severe processes is presented with vomiting, diarrhea, anorexia and nervous disorders.
- Salmonellosis food poisoning caused by Salmonella bacteria. This organism is transmitted through contaminated food, usually, neither know nor smell differently than usual, so they seem in good estado.Comienza having severe diarrhea, fever and abdominal pain, to continue the next day with vomiting and severe headaches.
- Trachoma produced by the black fly. It is an eye infection caused by a microorganism, the disease is spread by the bite of the fly that houses the microorganism is the leading cause of blindness in the world. It affects people living in precarious sanitary conditions.
- Other diseases that are associated with the flies are borne fungal pathogens they carry.