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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/3203

Title: Insecticide and Community Interventions to Control Triatoma dimidiata in Localities of the State of Veracruz, Mexico
Authors: Wastavino, Gloria Rojas
Cabrera-Bravo, Margarita
García De La Torre, Guadalupe
Vences-Blanco, Mauro
Hernández, Adela Ruiz
Torres, Martha Bucio
Gómez, Yolanda Guevara
Mesa, Alejandro Escobar
Schettino, Paz María Salazar
Keywords: Tropical Diseases
Microbiology
Triatoma dimidiata - control - pyrethroid insecticide spraying - entomological indexes - Mexico oc04076
Issue Date: Jun-2004
Publisher: Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, Fiocruz
Citation: Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 99(4)
Abstract: Three different interventions to control Triatoma dimidiata in the State of Veracruz were implemented: X-1 = whole dwelling spraying, X-2 = middle wall spraying, X-3 = household cleaning. Cyfluthrin was sprayed 3 times with 8 month intervals. After each spraying, insects were collected and sent to the laboratory to be recorded and to determine genus and species of the adult triatomine bugs, and nymphs were counted. Trypanosoma cruzi presence was determined. With X-1, the infestation, colonization, and natural infection indexes were reduced to 0% in the 3 localities, with respect to t0. With X-2, the infestation index was reduced to 10% at t3 in 3 localities; the colonization index was reduced to 0% in only 1 locality at t3, and the natural infection index was reduced to 0% at t3. With X-3 the 3 indexes were not effectively reduced but they decreased with respect to the baseline study. Insecticide application to the whole dwelling is a more efficient intervention than its application to only the lower half of the walls and to the cleaning of houses.
URI: http://bioline.utsc.utoronto.ca/archive/00002119/01/oc04076.pdf
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