Rats and mice are mammals rodents that have lived alongside man from the beginning of time. They live anywhere: in the countryside, gardens, garbage cans, sewers and man at home, eat junk food and the city. They are considered pests by the rate at which they breed, are fertile from the age of three months and have offspring up to 5 times in a year. The average is 8-12 pups. The dangers of this pest is not just the damage they can do to food, furniture and building structures, a number of fatal diseases are transmitted by rodents.
Transmitted diseases through their saliva and feces and caused, directly and indirectly, the deaths of millions of people throughout history. These are some of the most common:
1) The hantavirus pulmonary syndrome is a disseminated by mouse feces is sometimes fatal infection. The infection is transmitted by direct contact with rodent urine and feces.
2) also Hantavirus is spread by inhalation of dust contaminated by mouse droppings or urine. Lymphocytic choriomeningitis (LCM) is an infectious disease comes from mouse and other rodents. It is usually spread by the common house mouse. Humans become infected through exposure to saliva, droppings or nesting materials mouse.
3) Salmonellosis is an infection caused by drinking water or eating food contaminated by mice or rat droppings food infection. Salmonellosis occurs worldwide. Symptoms include fever, abdominal cramps and diarrhea. Should be carried out medical tests to determine if the symptoms are derived from salmonellosis.
Also include leptospirosis, taeniasis, trichinosis and toxoplasmosis.
Precisely because the transmission of these diseases occurs even when the transmitting agent is removed, it is important to do a good cleaning to eliminate debris that may pose infection such residues retidarando areas clutches.