2019
DOI: 10.1590/0037-8682-0063-2019
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Occurrence of triatomines (Hemiptera: Reduviidae) in domestic and natural environments in Novo Remanso, Itacoatiara, Amazonas, Brazil

Abstract: Introduction: The present study reports the presence of triatomines in natural, peridomestic, and intradomicile environments in Itacoatiara municipality, state of Amazonas, a non-endemic region for Chagas disease. Methods: Active search was performed inside tree trunks, and palm trees, residences, and peridomiciles localized near the forest area. Results: Twenty adults and ten triatomines nymphs were collected, fifteen of which were from natural forests, thirteen from intradomiciles, and two from peridomicile … Show more

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“…The widespread distribution of T. rubrofasciata found in our study exceeded the sporadic existing records found in museums and in the literature. For example, in Guangxi, T. rubrofasciata was captured in 13 out of 14 prefecture-level cities; Guilin City was the only exception (7). For this report, this insect presented dispersion favored by interactions with residential settlements and human activities (8).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 79%
“…The widespread distribution of T. rubrofasciata found in our study exceeded the sporadic existing records found in museums and in the literature. For example, in Guangxi, T. rubrofasciata was captured in 13 out of 14 prefecture-level cities; Guilin City was the only exception (7). For this report, this insect presented dispersion favored by interactions with residential settlements and human activities (8).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 79%
“…Otherwise, the review showed an increase tendency in research founding for CD higher than the disease burden of DALYS, 53 whereas American studies suggest the reappearance of CD. [54][55][56][57] Thereby, training healthcare workers in promoting active surveillance of the community is presented as an effective strategy for prevention of the reappearance of the disease.…”
Section: Self-assessment Of Knowledgementioning
confidence: 99%