Diagnosis and Treatment of Babesia by James L. Schaller

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Author
James L. Schaller
Publisher
Hope Academic Press
Date of release
Pages
374
ISBN
9780978747374
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Paperback
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Do you or a loved one experience excess fatigue? Could you possibly have Lyme disease? Have you ever had unusually high fevers, chills or sweats? Babesia is often found with Lyme disease, and - like all Tick infections - is rarely reported. One study showed Lyme is only reported in 1 out of 40 people, despite mandatory reporting requirements. The deer tick which carries Lyme and Babesia may be as small as a poppy seed and injects a painkiller, an antihistamine and an anticoagulant to avoid detection. Various forms of Babesia are carried by deer ticks. This book introduces patients and health care workers to some new species that infect humans and are not routinely tested for by sincere physicians.


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