What is the mode of prevention of onchocerciasis?
- What is the mode of prevention of onchocerciasis?
- How is onchocerciasis transmitted?
- How not to be blind?
- What is the vector of onchocerciasis?
- What is the mode of transmission of dracunculiasis?
- What diseases cause blindness?
- What is blindness?
- Why is blindness an incomparable work?
- How does a man become blind?
- What are the benefits of novel blindness?
How to prevent onchocerciasis ?
- avoid fly-infested areas;
- wear protective clothing;
- use insect repellents or even insecticides that are safe and do not harm the environment.
L’onchocerciasis, better known as “river blindness” is caused by the parasitic worm Onchocerca volvulus. She to transmits to humans through repeated contact with infected blackflies.
Early detection is the key of prevention. Eat healthy, get regular check-ups of sight, abstain of smoking and protecting yourself from UV rays can prevent of future eye problems.
L’onchocerciasis is an eye and skin disease caused by a worm whose scientific name is Onchocerca volvulus. She is transmitted to humans by the bite of a small black fly.
In most cases, the parasite is transmitted when a person drinks stagnant water contaminated with infested copepods (water fleas). The dracunculiasis was endemic in 20 countries in the mid-1980s.
Blindness can be linked to factors of genetic origin, an accident or a disease infectious. In our Western countries, this are diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, cataracts or AMD who are the main causes of blindness.
Blindness is a type of corporal punishment that results in complete or partial loss of vision. It is used as an act of revenge and torture or as a criminal punishment.
The dark hours of history are summoned to make “The Blindness” an incomparable work; lunatic asylums, concentration camps, savage hordes, torture and barbarism, it’s all there! Moreover, the author deploys a particular style, first difficult then bewitching, which he combines with a desperate irony.
While driving his car, a man suddenly becomes blind. The epidemic has started and little by little the whole country will go blind. The first infected are quarantined and will try to survive in the chaos that is theirs.
In long sentences, lightly punctuated (commas and a few periods), in which the dialogues are inserted with simple capital letters, the novel advances without avoiding any sordid detail, any distressing description, any unbearable scene. We witness the successive “blindness” of the characters chosen by the author to embody his words.