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What started as the gross lunch time could change into the serious healthcare problem.

The woman claims she bit in to a slug which usually was within a sandwich the lady purchased through a deli in The hawaiian islands.

Chaunda Rodrigues bought 2 sandwiches through Island Naturals in Hilo last 7 days, Hawaii Information Now documented. She states she little bit to the slug, unaware that will it has been within the particular sandwich.

Rodrigues confirmed in order to Fox Information that this slug was switched in in the direction of the Jarvi lab, in the Daniel K. Inouye College associated with Pharmacy within Hawaii, just for testing. The particular results indicated this turned out there positive regarding rat lungworm, a parasite that may infect human beings if consumed.


“I just need everyone in order to be conscious of the particular seriousness associated with rat lungworm and wish the condition department associated with health will more in order to prevent a lot more people — locals plus tourists — from being contaminated by the particular parasite, ” Rodrigues informed Fox Information. “There is definitely no suggested prophylactic therapy. I just went in order to the IM OR HER and was adamant they deal with me mainly because of the particular group informing me in order to take this now before to the particular parasites are able to my mind. ”



In accordance to the particular Centers just for Disease Manage and Avoidance (CDC), signs and symptoms for verweis lungworm may include nausea or vomiting, headache, throwing up, a reduced fever plus painful pores and skin sensations.

“The ER physician informed myself over the particular phone right now there is absolutely nothing I possibly could perform to prevent myself through getting verweis lungworm, ” Rodrigues mentioned, “and I have to wait till I encounter symptoms just before they perform a vertebral tap in order to confirm I got the parasite. Then We might end up being treated. inch

“I did not want in order to wait in order to be contaminated or watch for my hubby or baby to turn out to be infected, inch she stated. “So several doctors recommended us albendazole, and all of us still do not have the particular entire quantity necessary for therapy. ”

Rodrigues had shared a good avocado through the meal with the girl husband plus son prior to she little bit into this.


Rodrigues claims she is not the extremely first individual to make a complaint about slugs within the particular food with Island Naturals in Hilo and that “an inspector stopped at the organization and provided them 2 citations yet allowed your own kitchen in order to remain open up without any kind of notice in order to the community. ”


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