Management of Head Lice in Dental Offices: A Call for Updated Policies

Source: Journal of Dentistry for Children - Category: Dentistry Authors: Tags: Public Health Source Type: research

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CONCLUSION: The prepared lotion has shown significant effects in controlling head lice. Thus, it can be prescribed as an effective anti-pediculosis medicine which is biocompatible and has high potential.PMID:34856913 | DOI:10.2174/1574887116666211202122132
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This study showed that R. salmoninarum infected lumpfish in a similar fashion to salmonid fish species and caused a chronic infection, enhancing cell-mediated adaptive immune response.
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With kids back in school, business is picking back up for professional nitpickers. But how are kids getting head lice if they're physically distancing in the classroom?Kaiser Health News
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The salmon louse (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) is an obligate ectoparasitic copepod living on Atlantic salmon and other salmonids in the marine environment. Salmon lice cause a number of environmental problems and le...
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J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):863-877. doi: 10.1645/21-68.ABSTRACTSeven new species of chewing lice in the genus PriceiellaGustafsson and Bush, 2017, are described and illustrated based on specimens collected in south China. They are Priceiella (Camurnirmus) tanydrepanus n. sp. from Garrulax castanotis castanotis (Ogilvie-Grant, 1899); Priceiella (Camurnirmus) nanlingensis n. sp. from Garrulax maesi maesi (Oustalet, 1890); Priceiella (Thescelovora) brutifrons n. sp. from Turdinus brevicaudatus stevensi (Kinnear, 1925); Priceiella (Thescelovora) chuae n. sp. from Pellorneum albiventre cinnamomeus (Rippon, 1900); Priceiella...
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J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 1;107(6):863-877. doi: 10.1645/21-68.ABSTRACTSeven new species of chewing lice in the genus PriceiellaGustafsson and Bush, 2017, are described and illustrated based on specimens collected in south China. They are Priceiella (Camurnirmus) tanydrepanus n. sp. from Garrulax castanotis castanotis (Ogilvie-Grant, 1899); Priceiella (Camurnirmus) nanlingensis n. sp. from Garrulax maesi maesi (Oustalet, 1890); Priceiella (Thescelovora) brutifrons n. sp. from Turdinus brevicaudatus stevensi (Kinnear, 1925); Priceiella (Thescelovora) chuae n. sp. from Pellorneum albiventre cinnamomeus (Rippon, 1900); Priceiella...
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 Op Note XThey rolled in the next case.  Another attempted suicide. But he wasn ’t yet dead. His eyes were cold and blue like ancient ice. Pupils just points without extension.  No light passing in or out.  His body was furrowed with self-inflicted wounds, too many to count.  He was young and pale and tattooed in an Olde English script. Some Bible verses I certainly couldn ’t quote.  Ezekiel or Romans I forget.  Once he had been opened we feared it was too late.  It seemed he was just an empty space, like a coffin, a waiting grave.  But we were dutiful.  We expl...
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Am J Trop Med Hyg. 2021 Oct 26;105(5):1157-1162. doi: 10.4269/ajtmh.21-0427.ABSTRACTTungiasis (sand flea disease) is a neglected tropical disease caused by penetration of female sand fleas, Tunga penetrans, into a person's skin usually in their feet. The disease inflicts immense pain and suffering on millions of people, particularly children. The condition is most prevalent in Latin America, the Caribbean, and sub-Saharan Africa. Currently, there is no standard drug treatment for tungiasis. The available treatment options are fairly limited and unrealistic to use in endemic areas; as a result, in desperation, the affected ...
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