10 July 2023

3 Organs That Are Most Quickly Attacked by Anthrax, See More

By Patty


BONSERNEWS.com – Recently, the people of Gunung Kidul Regency, Yogyakarta were shocked by an outbreak of anthrax. This disease is generally found in livestock such as cows, goats, and so on.

The emergence of the disease is influenced by a less hygienic environment and a high level of livestock population.

The infection of this disease is caused by bacteria Bacillus anthracisthis bacterium will enter to attack several organs of animals and humans.

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Transmission to humans can be through direct contact with infected animals or by consuming livestock.

Here are some organs that are quickly attacked by anthrax and can be fatal:

1. Intestines

Infection of the intestine caused by bacteria Bacillus anthracis usually enter the body through food or drink that is consumed and exposed to anthrax.

Usually the initial symptoms that arise are nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. and if he just let it go it will get worse by bleeding.

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2. Lungs

The next organ that is very quickly attacked by anthrax is the lungs. The bacterial infection usually enters through contaminated air where infected animals live.

The initial symptoms are just like a mild flu accompanied by fever then start coughing, and over time you will feel chest pain and shortness of breath in sufferers.

3. Skin