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Yıl 2019, Cilt 3, Sayı 1, 13 - 16, 30.04.2019
https://doi.org/10.30704/http-www-jivs-net.551979

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Kaynakça

  • Abrahamian, F. A. & Goldstein, E. J. C. (2011). Microbiology of animal bite wound infections. Clinical Microbiology Reviews, 24(2), 231-246. Asaj, A. (1999). Deratizacija u praksi. Zagreb, Croatia: Medicinska naklada. Bregman, B. & Slavinskka, S. (2012). Using emergency department data to conduct dog and animal bite surveillance in New York City 2003–2006. PublicHealth Reports, 127, 195–201.
  • Chaisiri, S. P., Ribas, A. & Morand, S. (2015). Potentially zoonotic helminthiases of murid rodents from the Indo-Chinese peninsula: impact of habitat and the risk of human infection. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 15(1), 73–85.
  • Chapman, L. E., Sullivent, E. E., Grohskopf, L. A., Beltrami, E. M., Perz, J. F., Kretsinger, K. et. al. (2008). recommendations for postexposure interventions to prevent Infection with hepatitis B, virus, hepatitis C virus, or human immunodeficiency virus, and tetanus in persons wounded during bombings and similar mass-casualty events -United States. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report,   57(6), 1-19.
  • Elliot, P. S. (2007). Rat Bite Fever and Streptobacillus moniliformis. Clinical Microbiology Reviews, 20(1): 13-22.
  • Gužvinec, M., Butić, I., Jelić, M., Bukovski, S., Lucić, S. & Tambić-Andrašević, A. (2012). Rezistencija na antibiotike u bakterije Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Infektološki glasnik, 32(2), 71-80.
  • Hagelskjaer, L., Sorensen, I., Randers, E. (1998). Streptobacillus moniliformis infection: two cases and a literature review. Scandinavian Journal of Infectious Diseases, 30, 309-311.   Han, B. A., Schmidt, J. P., Bowden, S. E. & Drake, J. M. (2015). Rodent reservoirs of future zoonotic diseases. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112(22), 7039–7044.
  • Hirschhorn, R. B. & Hodge, R. R. (1999). Identification of risk factors in rat bite incidents involving humans. Pediatrics, 104, e35.
  • Hudsmith, L., Weston. V., Szram, J. & Allison, S.(2001). Clinical picture, rat bite fever. Lancet Infectious Diseases, 1, 91.
  • Hukić, M., Dedeić-Ljubović, A., Numanović, F., Ostojić, M., Tihić, N., Petković, M., Čustović, A., Gavrankapetanović, F., Koluder, N., Čamdžić, A., Švarakić, S. (2010). Prevencija i kontrola infekcija u zdravstvenim ustanovama. Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina: TDP. Hukić, M., Nurkić, M., Kandić, Z., Numanović, F., Ćemerlić-Zvizdić, A., Dedeić-Ljubović, A., et.al. (2005). Bakteriologija. Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina: Jež.
  • Kalra, B., Kalra, S., Chatley, G. & Singh, H. (2006). Rat bite as a cause of diabetic foot ulcer-a series of eight cases. Diabetologia, 49, 1452–1453.
  • Katica, M. & Delibegović, S. (2019). Laboratorijske životinje-Osnovne tehnike eksperimentalnog rada. Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina : Dobra knjiga
  • Katica, M., Kadić, M., Šaljić, E. (2003, May 14-16). Prilog proučavanju raširenosti i biologiji komensalnih glodara kao potencijalnih izvora u prijenosu različitih bolesti.Paper presented at the 1. Simpozij poljoprivrede, veterinarstva i šumarstva. Neum, Bosnia & Herzegovina.
  • Kovačić, A., Tafra, D., Hrenović, J., Goić-Barišić, I. & Dumanić, T. (2018). Preživljavanje bakterije Pseudomonas aeruginosa u destiliranoj vodi. Hrvatske vode, 26(105),181-186. Marshall, J., Sharp, E. & Barrison, I. G. (1994). Once bitten, twice shy. British Medical Journal, 309, 1694-1695. Mathiasen, T. & Rix, M. (1993). Rat bite-an infant bitten by a rat. Ugeskr Laeger, 155, 1475–1476.
  • Morosetti, G., Torson, M. & Pier, C. (2013). Lesions caused by animals in the autonomous province of South Tyrol in 2010: Fact-inding for prevention. Veterinaria Italiana, 49, 37–50.
  • National Research Council. (1997). Occupational health and safety in the care and use of research animals. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.
  • Ordog, G. J., Balasubramanium, S. & Wasserberger, J. (1985). Rat bites: fifty cases. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 14, 126–130.
  • Philipsen, T. E. J., Molderez, C. & Gys, T. (2006). Cat and dog bites. What to do? Guidelines for the treatment of cat and dog bites in humans. Acta Chirurgica Belgica,106, 692-695.
  • Rothe, K., Tsokos, M. & Handrick, W. (2015). Animal and human bite wounds. Deutsches Ärzteblatt International, 112, 433–43.
  • Stave, G. M., Lee, E. H. & Darcey, D. J. (2017). Laboratory animal bite anaphylaxis– a national survey part 1: Case series and review of the literature. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 59(8), 728–738.
  • Syeda, H. F., Farrah, Z., Muhammad, A., Asad, A., Qaiser, J. & Muhammad, K. (2018). Rat-bites of an epidemic proportion in Peshawar vale; a GIS based approach in risk assessment. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 190-233. Yanai, O., Goldin, L. & Hiss, J. (1999). Fatal rat bites. Harefuah, 136, 611–613.
  • Zimmerman, K., Moore, D. M. & Smiths, S. A. (2015). Hematological assessment in pet Guinea pigs (Cavia procellus): Blood sample collection and blood cell identification. Veterinary Clinic of North America: Exotic Animal Practice, 18, 33-40.

The bite of a rat infected with Pseudomonas aeruginosa in laboratory conditions: An uncommon case

Yıl 2019, Cilt 3, Sayı 1, 13 - 16, 30.04.2019
https://doi.org/10.30704/http-www-jivs-net.551979

Öz

Bites of laboratory animals are treated as the bites of any other animals since the possibility of existence of pathogenic microorganisms, unfavorable for human health, in the rooms where these animals reside, is not excluded. A rare case of a laboratory rat bite, used for scientific research and previously infected with Pseudomonas aeruginosa, is presented here. The patient's wound was located on the forefinger of his hand and was 1 cm long and up to 0.2 cm deep. The antitetanus prophylaxis was administered in an ambulance, including antibiotic therapy with amoxicillin-clavulanate per os. There exists a need for checks and special guidelines for the handling and retention of laboratory animals. The patient has successfully remedied the wound, thanks to consistent antibiotic therapy and antitetanus prophylaxis, and possible inflammatory complications were prevented.

Kaynakça

  • Abrahamian, F. A. & Goldstein, E. J. C. (2011). Microbiology of animal bite wound infections. Clinical Microbiology Reviews, 24(2), 231-246. Asaj, A. (1999). Deratizacija u praksi. Zagreb, Croatia: Medicinska naklada. Bregman, B. & Slavinskka, S. (2012). Using emergency department data to conduct dog and animal bite surveillance in New York City 2003–2006. PublicHealth Reports, 127, 195–201.
  • Chaisiri, S. P., Ribas, A. & Morand, S. (2015). Potentially zoonotic helminthiases of murid rodents from the Indo-Chinese peninsula: impact of habitat and the risk of human infection. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 15(1), 73–85.
  • Chapman, L. E., Sullivent, E. E., Grohskopf, L. A., Beltrami, E. M., Perz, J. F., Kretsinger, K. et. al. (2008). recommendations for postexposure interventions to prevent Infection with hepatitis B, virus, hepatitis C virus, or human immunodeficiency virus, and tetanus in persons wounded during bombings and similar mass-casualty events -United States. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report,   57(6), 1-19.
  • Elliot, P. S. (2007). Rat Bite Fever and Streptobacillus moniliformis. Clinical Microbiology Reviews, 20(1): 13-22.
  • Gužvinec, M., Butić, I., Jelić, M., Bukovski, S., Lucić, S. & Tambić-Andrašević, A. (2012). Rezistencija na antibiotike u bakterije Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Infektološki glasnik, 32(2), 71-80.
  • Hagelskjaer, L., Sorensen, I., Randers, E. (1998). Streptobacillus moniliformis infection: two cases and a literature review. Scandinavian Journal of Infectious Diseases, 30, 309-311.   Han, B. A., Schmidt, J. P., Bowden, S. E. & Drake, J. M. (2015). Rodent reservoirs of future zoonotic diseases. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112(22), 7039–7044.
  • Hirschhorn, R. B. & Hodge, R. R. (1999). Identification of risk factors in rat bite incidents involving humans. Pediatrics, 104, e35.
  • Hudsmith, L., Weston. V., Szram, J. & Allison, S.(2001). Clinical picture, rat bite fever. Lancet Infectious Diseases, 1, 91.
  • Hukić, M., Dedeić-Ljubović, A., Numanović, F., Ostojić, M., Tihić, N., Petković, M., Čustović, A., Gavrankapetanović, F., Koluder, N., Čamdžić, A., Švarakić, S. (2010). Prevencija i kontrola infekcija u zdravstvenim ustanovama. Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina: TDP. Hukić, M., Nurkić, M., Kandić, Z., Numanović, F., Ćemerlić-Zvizdić, A., Dedeić-Ljubović, A., et.al. (2005). Bakteriologija. Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina: Jež.
  • Kalra, B., Kalra, S., Chatley, G. & Singh, H. (2006). Rat bite as a cause of diabetic foot ulcer-a series of eight cases. Diabetologia, 49, 1452–1453.
  • Katica, M. & Delibegović, S. (2019). Laboratorijske životinje-Osnovne tehnike eksperimentalnog rada. Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina : Dobra knjiga
  • Katica, M., Kadić, M., Šaljić, E. (2003, May 14-16). Prilog proučavanju raširenosti i biologiji komensalnih glodara kao potencijalnih izvora u prijenosu različitih bolesti.Paper presented at the 1. Simpozij poljoprivrede, veterinarstva i šumarstva. Neum, Bosnia & Herzegovina.
  • Kovačić, A., Tafra, D., Hrenović, J., Goić-Barišić, I. & Dumanić, T. (2018). Preživljavanje bakterije Pseudomonas aeruginosa u destiliranoj vodi. Hrvatske vode, 26(105),181-186. Marshall, J., Sharp, E. & Barrison, I. G. (1994). Once bitten, twice shy. British Medical Journal, 309, 1694-1695. Mathiasen, T. & Rix, M. (1993). Rat bite-an infant bitten by a rat. Ugeskr Laeger, 155, 1475–1476.
  • Morosetti, G., Torson, M. & Pier, C. (2013). Lesions caused by animals in the autonomous province of South Tyrol in 2010: Fact-inding for prevention. Veterinaria Italiana, 49, 37–50.
  • National Research Council. (1997). Occupational health and safety in the care and use of research animals. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.
  • Ordog, G. J., Balasubramanium, S. & Wasserberger, J. (1985). Rat bites: fifty cases. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 14, 126–130.
  • Philipsen, T. E. J., Molderez, C. & Gys, T. (2006). Cat and dog bites. What to do? Guidelines for the treatment of cat and dog bites in humans. Acta Chirurgica Belgica,106, 692-695.
  • Rothe, K., Tsokos, M. & Handrick, W. (2015). Animal and human bite wounds. Deutsches Ärzteblatt International, 112, 433–43.
  • Stave, G. M., Lee, E. H. & Darcey, D. J. (2017). Laboratory animal bite anaphylaxis– a national survey part 1: Case series and review of the literature. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 59(8), 728–738.
  • Syeda, H. F., Farrah, Z., Muhammad, A., Asad, A., Qaiser, J. & Muhammad, K. (2018). Rat-bites of an epidemic proportion in Peshawar vale; a GIS based approach in risk assessment. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 190-233. Yanai, O., Goldin, L. & Hiss, J. (1999). Fatal rat bites. Harefuah, 136, 611–613.
  • Zimmerman, K., Moore, D. M. & Smiths, S. A. (2015). Hematological assessment in pet Guinea pigs (Cavia procellus): Blood sample collection and blood cell identification. Veterinary Clinic of North America: Exotic Animal Practice, 18, 33-40.

Ayrıntılar

Birincil Dil İngilizce
Konular Veteriner Hekimlik
Bölüm Olgu sunumu
Yazarlar

Muhamed KATİCA> (Sorumlu Yazar)

0000-0002-8184-0065
Bosnia and Herzegovina


Alisa SMAJOVİĆ>

0000-0002-2494-6744
Bosnia and Herzegovina


Nasreldin HASSAN AHMED Bu kişi benim

0000-0002-7219-5324
Bosnia and Herzegovina


Behija DUKİĆ>

0000-0001-7660-6496
Bosnia and Herzegovina


Rusmir BALJİĆ Bu kişi benim

0000-0002-2693-7307
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Yayımlanma Tarihi 30 Nisan 2019
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2019, Cilt 3, Sayı 1

Kaynak Göster

APA Katica, M. , Smajović, A. , Hassan Ahmed, N. , Dukić, B. & Baljić, R. (2019). The bite of a rat infected with Pseudomonas aeruginosa in laboratory conditions: An uncommon case . Journal of Istanbul Veterinary Sciences , 3 (1) , 13-16 . DOI: 10.30704/http-www-jivs-net.551979

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