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Maggot tiba ya mdudu 'unbeatable'

Discussion in 'JF Doctor' started by MziziMkavu, Mar 7, 2012.

  1. MziziMkavu

    MziziMkavu JF-Expert Member

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    Maggot tiba ya mdudu 'unbeatable'

    [​IMG]Funza anaweza kuwa jibu juu ya maambukizi ya Dawa sugu.


    Funza anaweza kuwa jibu kwa maambukizi ya dawa sugu, wanasema madaktari.Wamegundua kwamba funza kuwa ana uwezo wa wazi juu (Staphylococcus aureus methcillin) sugu (MRSA) - bug Vijidudu ambayo Vimeshinda dawa nyingine na kuwa tatizo kubwa katika sehemu nyingi za hospitali za nchini humo.

    Watafiti katika Hospitali ya
    Princess wa Wales katika Bridgend, Wales, wanasema wamegundua kwamba swabs ya majeraha MRSA maambukizi ambayo imekuwa kutibiwa na funza wamerejea hasi.
    Sio zote kuelewa jinsi funza anavyo fanya kazi.

    Lakini kuna nadharia tatu kuu - aidha kuzalisha mawakala wa kupambana na bakteria, au mabadiliko acidity ya kuambukizwa.

    Maggot historia


    Funza walikuwa sana wanatumika kwa ajili peurposes dawa katika mwanzo wa karne.

    Lakini baada ya Dawa iitwayo
    antibiotics katika miaka ya 1940, matumizi yao yalikufa nje.
    Sasa, kupanda kwa maambukizi ya dawa sugu ni kusababisha kuongezeka upya kwa maslahi.

    Wao ni zaidi kutumika kutibu vidonda vya tumbo, vidonda shinikizo na maambukizi yanayosababishwa na ugonjwa wa kisukari.


    Hospitali ya Princess wa Wales ni breeder pekee wa kuzaa mabuu greenbottle kuruka nchini Uingereza.

    Wao pia nje mabuu na nchi nyingine za Ulaya.

    Mabuu
    Greenbottle ni kutumika kwa sababu wanajulikana tu kufungua tishu waliokufa na si kishimo chini katika mwili kuishi.

    Mabuu nyingine, kwa mfano, mdudu screw, kufanya kula hai tishu.

    Mwisho wa mapumziko

    Madaktari katika hospitali ya NHS wanataka kutumia buu tiba zaidi.

    Katika barua kwa
    British Medical Journal, wanasema madaktari sasa matumizi funza kama mapumziko ya mwisho.

    "Tunashauri kwamba maombi ya awali ya funza lazima kufikiria ya kusafisha matatizo au majeraha ya kuambukizwa katika hatua ya awali, ambayo kwa kesi nyingi obviate haja kwa ajili ya matibabu topical au utaratibu antimicrobial."


    Andrea Andrews, meneja wa kitengo cha biosurgical hospitali ya utafiti, aliiambia BBC News Online: "Wagonjwa ni sawa juu ya kuwa na funza kutumika kwa majeraha yao wakati mchakato imeelezwa kwao ni madaktari ambao ni tatizo..

    "Wagonjwa kuwa mara nyingi wamekuwa mateso kwa miaka na wamejaribu matibabu yote ya kawaida Wao wanataka tu wanapona..

    "Madaktari wanaonekana kudhani funza ni hatua ya nyuma. Au labda tu si kama funza
    wriggly."
    funza hutumiwa wakati wao ni umri wa siku tatu tu na karibu milimita mbili kwa muda mrefu.

    Wao ni kutumika kwa jeraha, kufungwa na bandage na kushoto kulisha.

    Wao churn nje Enzymes kwamba kuvunja tishu na kufa
    liquefies yake.

    funza wao Suck nyuma up, kusafisha maambukizi kama wao kwenda.

    watafiti kufanya utafiti wa mfululizo wa siku nchini kote kueneza neno kuhusu funza.

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    Mlamoto JF-Expert Member

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    Mzizi Mkavu hiyo tafsiri inafanya utamu wa Topic uchuje! hebu isome vyema alafu uifanyie marekebisho Plz!
     
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    Saharavoice JF-Expert Member

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    Hiyo kiswahili imetumika hapo imeniacha sifuri
     
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    Maggot cure for 'unbeatable' bug

    [​IMG]Maggots can clean up infections


    Maggots may be the answer to antibiotic-resistant infections, say doctors.They have found that maggots have been able to clear up methcillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) - the bug which has defeated most other drugs and has become a major problem in many of the country's hospitals.

    Researchers at the Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend, Wales, say they have found that swabs of MRSA-infected wounds which have been treated with maggots have come back negative.
    It is not fully understood how the maggots work.

    But there are three main theories - they either produce anti-bacterial agents, suck up bacteria or change the acidity of an infection.

    Maggot history


    Maggots were widely used for medicinal peurposes at the beginning of the century.

    But with the advent of antibiotics in the 1940s, their use died out.

    Now, the rise of antibiotic-resistant infections is causing a renewed surge in interest.

    They are mostly used to treat ulcers, pressure sores and infections caused by diabetes.
    The Princess of Wales Hospital is the sole breeder of sterile greenbottle fly larvae in the UK.

    They also export the larvae to other countries in Europe.

    Greenbottle larvae are used because they are known only to digest dead tissue and do not burrow down into live flesh.
    Other larvae, for example, the screw worm, do eat living tissue.
    Last resort

    Doctors at the hospital want the NHS to use maggot therapy more.

    In a letter to the British Medical Journal, they say doctors now use maggots as a last resort.

    "We suggest that the earlier application of maggots should be consider to clean up problems or infected wounds at an earlier stage, which would in many cases obviate the need for topical or systemic antimicrobial treatment."

    Andrea Andrews, manager of the hospital's biosurgical research unit, told BBC News Online: "Patients are okay about

    having maggots applied to their wounds when the process has been explained to them. It is the doctors who are the problem.


    "Patients have often been suffering for years and have tried all conventional treatments. They just want to get healed.

    "Doctors seem to think maggots are a step backwards. Or maybe they just don't like wriggly maggots."

    The maggots are used when they are only three days old and around two millimetres long.

    They are applied to the wound, sealed in with a bandage and left to feed.

    They churn out enzymes that break up the dead tissue and liquefies it.

    The maggots them suck it back up, cleaning up the infection as they go.
    The researchers are holding a series of study days around the country to spread the word about maggots.

     
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