The lungs shade. "It's not good," said Walter Bakhman from Aliconne, a surgeon at the Winterthur Cantonal Hospital. There was a suspicion of lung cancer. A 60-year-old farmer and a forest manager from the country of wine dropped the ground. "From the moment I saw no future for the future, suddenly everything was low". Bahman had been smoked for 40 years. So he was convinced that he could have lung cancer. It was four years ago. But there are still feelings of that time. He remembers how he felt at home some hours earlier that day. After the shower, he would not go to bed. "I was fully done," says Bakhman. At 40 degrees Celsius, he had a severe chest pain and could not breathe, and he called his own family doctor. She immediately offered to go to the hospital, which Bakhman made.
There, for a long time, he and his wife began to experience uncertainty. One of them conducted an investigation. Even if you have not even found the cancer cells, you should not doubt the lung cancer. Bachman's wife, Beatriz, acknowledged: "We have never been stronger than this month.
"We have never been strongly shouted this month."Beatrix Bachman
At the end of these four weeks, finally, a rescuing, joyful message: This is not a pulmonary cancer, but a pneumonia caused by a rabbit that can be healing. "When we heard this, we were thankful to God, and we were completely defeated," says Beatrice Bakhman. It takes time to find such rare diseases, he says. "We are delighted that the KSW is a" doctor. " The house where the hare falls into a plague bacteria. "
His husband was given antibiotics in high doses for several days; Only a short time later, he was much better. No permanent damage. Bakhman was completely recovered from his illness. He also had a positive outcome during hard times: "Infection makes me get bored".
Hasenkot as a cause?
But how did Bakhman infect? Several pathogens can even cause pain, which usually takes only a few days, and usually involves the pathways of many infections (see box below). The Weinrich farmer himself believes that bacteria are soothing, from the best dust particles mixed with barley stems. These children may be contaminated by a rabbit or mouse stool.
"Why can not we say that the number of bird phenomena in the Winterthur and Andelfingen districts is not average?"Nadia Schürch, Laboratory Spiez
Walter Bachman later learned that such a drama was about half a mile away from the farm. "Nine-year-old boy got sick at the same time with a rabies epidemic."
KSW has considered many cases
In the Andelfingen and Winterthur districts, along with an increase in the risk of rabbit plague (see map below), which has hot spots for many years, numbers published in comparison with the Winterthur Cantonal Hospital "Landbote" also appear. "Since 2007, KSW has detected 29 cases of infectious diseases," says Urs Carrer, chief physician at KSW Medical Polyclinic and a tuberculator, a jargon-rabbit catheter.
Often, in KSW, patients had symptoms of influenza, such as fever, sweating, and headache, "swelling of the severe local lymph nodes." In some cases, the affected lymph nodes had to be surgically removed, says Carrer. Patients were partially treated as outpatient and partially hospital. However, KSW has frequent severe cases of dryness (43% of all cases). Patients suffer from high temperatures, shocks, headaches, and pneumonia. They remained in the hospital for seven days to treat injectable antibiotics. Carrer sometimes acknowledges that it may take some time before the diagnosis and proper treatment begin. Although the rabbits in Switzerland do not actually die for a person, it is not harmless. "In 2012, we saw a patient with a very complicated history," remembers Carrer. "This patient may have died of tularemia without proper treatment."
The infection is often exceeded by ticks
For a long time, it has been assumed that giving people is directly or indirectly associated with sick animals (hare, mice, etc.). Previously hunters or farmers suffered. However, recent studies have shown that Sweden is one of the most important sources of infection. Their bumps are responsible for 60 percent of these cases.
Researchers believe that an increase in rabies can be due to global warming and recreational behavior. "Why can not the average number of security cases in the winterthur and the Andelfingen district prove that?" Explains Nadia Schurch, head of bacteriology at Spiez Lab. "One hypothesis, for example, mites, finds better conditions than these places." (Landbote)
Created: 20.11.2018, 16:26 hours