The powerful Atlantic cyclone “Irma”, which recently hit the
the state of Florida brought terrible contagion to America — Fowler’s Negleria,
also known as brain-eating amoeba.
These single-celled organisms found in the local warm
freshwater bodies pose a great danger to humans. In
while swimming or contact with contaminated water, parasites invade
nose, from where sneak through the olfactory nerve into the brain, infecting in
The result is the entire human nervous system.
Primary amoebic meningoencephalitis caused by these
microorganisms are usually lethal. Only one is known to science
a case where the patient was cured of the disease. it
happened in 2012 with a 5 month old Iranian boy. However in
In general, any person after such an infection dies within 24
days Before that, he experiences dizziness, headache,
hallucinations, dysmotility, seizures. Loss also possible.
hearing, sight and smell and so on.
In the video below, Dr. Manny Alvarez
tells the journalist about what happened. According to the expert, already
there were 143 cases of infection of the residents of Florida “eating
The worst thing, says the scientist, is that mortality from
primary amoebic meningoencephalitis is about 99
percent, and save the infected is unlikely to succeed. In addition, doctors
very often they do not immediately diagnose this ailment, believing that the patient
sick of something else. When doctors finally realize what’s wrong,
the parasite is already distributed throughout the human nervous system, and
antibiotics in this case become just