This Thursday there was an interview and training about this parasitic disease, aimed at health promoters and teachers from different educational institutions. The major Darío Kubar He approached SUM of the municipal sports center where the activity was developed, to greet and thank those present for their commitment to the health and well-being of the neighbors.
The day was led by the Ministry of Health and the Directorate of Bromatology, who together with the regional members of SENASA and the Ministry of Agribusiness of the province of Buenos Aires were the areas in charge of the execution of the meeting, with the attendants could inform and receive information brochures.
It also counted with the presence of the members of the laboratory of the National University of Lujan, where samples are taken and cases are analyzed. The State Secretary for Health was present at the municipal cabinet, Griselda Tamburrini and the director of Bromatology, Laura Venca.
The chief commissioner said about the activity: "I want to congratulate you on being information officers for the neighbors, the more information our people have, there is more chance of a healthy life, minimizing the risks of diseases and that is due to the work that you come from different areas. "
He also recalled the importance of the work and the controls carried out in early 2016 from the areas of zoonosis and bromatology as a result of the registered cases of trichinosis. Meanwhile the owner of Bromatology emphasized that since 2016 there has been a lot of work on the prevention and control of food. "Every year we carry out campaigns, deliver brochures, visit shops, but there are places where we do not have access to and therefore we call these discussions with health promoters and teachers who multiply information," he said.
During the meeting they talked about trichinosis, emphasizing that it is a zoonosis and a food-borne illness (ETA) and that it is transmitted to humans, it can be through direct contact, by products of excretion, by liquids and by food consumption. . . At the same time it was pointed out that there is triquinela all over the world, that no countries are free of tricinela and that therefore information and prevention are very important. They also dealt with topics such as how to raise animals well; how you can produce and cook food, among other things.