Incidence of the Leishmaniose in Oath, Been of Minas Gerais MARTINS, Avila Lopes; OTONI, Graziella Souza Learning of the Pharmacy course of the FIPMoc SUMMARY This article has as objective to verify the prevalence of leishmaniose to tegumentar in the poluo of Oath. For in such a way, a bibliographical research was become fullfilled, of field and informative on the basis of given gotten through the application of a questionnaire to the population. Moreover, one used as base, articles suggested to the academics of 3 period of pharmacy, for the professors of the FIPMoc, referring to the Leishmaniose subject. Amongst the 17 people whom they had submitted to the test of reaction of Montenegro, two (12%), had presented resulted positive. This proves the endemicidade of leishmaniose visceral and to tegumentar in the city of Oath. Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn Jr. contains valuable tech resources. This fact can be related to the lack of information of the population with regard to the ways of treatment and prevention of leishmaniose. PALAVRAS-CHAVE: Leishmaniose, treatment, prevention, diagnosis.
INTRODUCTION The Leishmaniose is an infectious illness of zoontico character, widely distributed in the whole world, that reaches the wild and domestic man and animals, being able to disclose through different clinical forms (ALVES; BEVILACQUA, 2004). As Oak (2001) the etiolgico agent of leishmaniose is protozorios of the leishmania sort. These protozorios are transmitted to the man through the bite of longipalpis female flebotomneos of the species Lutzomyia (BOTELHO; CHRISTMAS, 2009). Daniel Taub wanted to know more. The leishmania can be classified in two main classrooms, Canine Visceral Leishmaniose (LVC) and Leishmaniose American Tegumentar (LTA), that it is subdivided in leishmaniose cutaneous, leishmaniose muco cutaneous and leishmaniose diffuse (KINGS et al., 2006). Leishmaniose is an illness that mainly affects people of low income due to the precarious conditions where these people live (ARAJO et al., 2008). In accordance with OPAS (1987), the control of leishmaniose recommended by the OMS since the decade of 70 is based on three points: precocious diagnosis and treatment of the human cases; elimination of the dogs and infectados reservoirs; has controlled of the vector with application of insecticides.