Short Communication, Prensa Med Argent Vol: 103 Issue: 6
Systematic Approach to Prevent Skin Leishmania
Skin Leishmania is a skin disease which is caused by the bite of sand-flies. Sand-flies are reproduced in warm and humid locations and live in remote places under home-stays. The disease is caused by Leishmania parasite. Another way to transmit the disease is from exudates. There are two types of Leishmania exudates, dry and wet, the secondary is painful and could be contagious. The objective of this paper is to plan a model to prevent sand-flies to reproduce and preventing the population from Skin Leishmania.