Bodily parasites (Replay) – Health priority

About the size of a pinhead, lice cling to hair.
About the size of a pinhead, lice cling to hair. © Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0

The most famous unwanted pests, lice and crabs are transmitted by direct contact: bedding, clothes, schools, public transport … It is imperative to get rid of these insects that nest in the hair or in the hair, because they can transmit diseases. Less well-known, the sarcopte is responsible for scabies, a contagious skin infection that manifests itself by itching and lesions. How to avoid parasites? How to get rid of it and what treatment in case of contamination?

(Replay of February 21, 2019)

  • Dr. Mohand Arezki Izri, head of the parasitology-mycology department atAvicenne Hospital in Bobigny in the Paris region
  • Pr hervé menan, professor of parasitology and mycology, head of the department of parasitology and mycology at the UFR of pharmaceutical and biological sciences of the University Félix Houphouët Boigny, in Abidjan in Côte d’Ivoire, vice-president of the African Society of parasitology and director of CeDReS (Center for diagnosis and research on AIDS and other infectious diseases)
  • Dr Pierre-Marie Galaup, volunteer doctor during mobile clinics in France to Doctors Without Borders

At the end of the program, we find the sexuality chronicle of the Dr Catherine Solano.

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