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Trichinellosis is a foodborne parasitic zoonosis caused by eating raw or uncooked meat of animals infected with Trichinella species. The disease is widely distributed all over the world. It is a public health hazard by affecting humans and represents an economic problem in porcine animal production and food safety. Drugs used to treat Trichinellosis include anthelmintics and glucocorticosteroids. Benzimidazole derivatives or adding excipients, medical plant extracts and some biological agents have shown good insecticidal effects. Preventing infection is crucial for combating human and mammal trichinellosis. Designing effective vaccines and developing promising probiotics may be future preventive strategies against infection with Trichinella spiralis infection. This paper reviews new progress in the treatment and prevention of trichinellosis.
Trichinellosis, Trichinella spiralis, Treatment, Prevention, Trichinellosis, Trichinella spiralis, Treatment, Prevention