Dampak Trichinella sp. dalam Daging Babi Terhadap Kesehatan Masyarakat

  • Engki Zelpina Program Studi Paramedik Veteriner, Politeknik Pertanian Negeri Payakumbuh,Jalan Raya Negara Km. 7 Tanjung Pati, Kabupaten Lima Puluh Kota, Sumatera Barat 26271, Indonesia
  • Evie Setyani Balai Besar Uji Standar Karantina Pertanian Jakarta, Jalan Pemuda No. 64, Jati, Kecamatan Pulo Gadung, Kota Jakarta Timur, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 13220
  • Vinsen Willy Wardhana Program Studi Biologi, Fakultas Matematika dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Alam, Universitas Palangka Raya, Kampus Universitas Palangka Raya, Tanjung Nyaho, Jalan Yos Sudarso, Kotak Pos 2/PLKUP Palangka Raya (73111A), Kalimantan Tengah, Indonesia
Keywords: pig, Trichinella sp, trichinellosis, zoonotic

Abstract

Trichinellosis/Trichinosis is one of the most common zoonotic parasites in the world caused by infection with Trichinella nematodes. The infection occurs after the larvae have been eaten in the muscles of the infected animal. Due to its spread and spread, several outbreaks of trichinosis have occurred around the world, which has caused serious public health problems. The main risk factor for trichinosis is the consumption of raw or undercooked meat from pigs and hunted meat. In the first stage of infection, adults nematode in the intestine can cause transient gastroenteritis, but the most serious symptoms are associated with the larval formation and muscle migration. a study conducted in India to investigate at the clinical and biochemical profile of Trichinella infection stated that clinical symptoms first appeared at 2-3 weeks after consuming pork and the symptoms would gradually disappear at 4-5 weeks, but there were also some who experienced myalgia. Supervision and implementing proper biosecurity in livestock areas by monitoring and surveillance of the risk of Trichinella infection in pig products and their derivatives as well as preventing transmission to humans.

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2021-12-09
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