Statisticsaffirm the post’s presentation that Sporothrix Schenckii is commonin many parts of the world (Singh, Fernandes, & Samara, 2014).Besides, apart from growing living in plants and soil, SporothrixSchenckii is common in living things. Experts also associateSporothrix with various infections to human beings and animals.Sporothrix are also found in two morphologies, yeast, and hyphal.
AlthoughSporothrix is common in almost all parts of the world, some areashave high infection rate. For instance, scholars associate Peru withthe highest Sporothrix-related infection cases. Furthermore, someindividuals are at high risks of suffering from Sporothrix-relatedinfections (Revankar & Sutton, 2015). For example, studies in theUnited States affirm that foresters, landscapers, and gardeners havea high risk of infection as compared to other members of the society(Singh, Fernandes, & Samara, 2014). Cat scratches and bites alsofacilitate Sporothrix infections.
Healthprofessionals also affirm that minor trauma can undermine skinbarrier resulting to Sporothrix infections. Although in rare cases,inhalations also result to Sporothrix infections. Researchers supportthe post by indicating that Sporothrix results to disseminateddiseases that emerge when fungi are distributed in all body parts.Statistics indicate that disseminated infections are very severe ascompared to other infections (Singh, Fernandes, & Samara, 2014).
Healthprofessionals have also identified reliable means to diagnoseSporothrix infections. Currently, primary cultures, sporotrichin skintest, and molecular methods are common diagnosis procedures.Antifungal Drugs and Potassium Iodide are also the most effectivedrugs for managing Sporothrix infections.
Therefore,I concur with the post that Sporothrix Schenckii is among severefungus in the world. The fungus result to some regrettable healthproblems. Therefore, policy makers and health professionals have themandate to formulate an integrative and patient-based approach tominimize health impacts of the fungi (Morris-Jones, Youngchim, &Gomez, 2013).
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