Parasites in the human liver


Treatment of parasites in the liver

Treatment of parasites in the liver is carried out exclusively under the guidance of an infectious disease specialist or helminthologist. The use of anthelmintic drugs has its own peculiarities – at an incorrectly calculated dosage, parasites do not perish, but migrate to other organs, sometimes atypical for them habitats. With massive invasion, a huge number of killed helminths simply poison the body with decomposition products, can cause blockage of vital organs, respiratory tract, intestinal lumen, provoke suffocation, death.

Treatment of echinococcosis, alveococcosis is performed only surgically, because huge cysts and larvocysts can not be removed with the help of medicines. Too low a dose of the drug will lead to the transition of the disease into a chronic form with a long-term course, the transition of some helminths to a cyst.

Anthelmintic drugs for the liver:

  • spectrum of action: Albendazole, Praziquantel, Mebendazole – treatment of ascariasis, opisthorchiasis, schistosomiasis;

  • Pirantel, Piperazine, Levomizol – treatment of ascaridosis;

  • Trichopol, Tinidazole, Furazolidone – treatment of giardiasis,

  • Khiniophon, Enteroseptol, Ambilgar, Dehydroamethine – leche To this end, hepatoprotectors, enterosorbents are used. Good results are due to diet, optimal alternation of sleep and rest. To reduce the risk of helminth liver damage, it is enough to observe hygienic measures, wash vegetables and fruits, observe the standards of heat treatment of products.


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