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By Goutam Kumar Saha

This publication discusses the Indian state of affairs referring to airborne dirt and dust hypersensitive reaction, featuring case stories that demonstrate the sensible facets of asthma. a steady raise within the prevalence and incidence of alternative allergic manifestations has been suggested from a variety of elements of the realm together with numerous constructing nations like India, the place the matter has lately surfaced as a result of unplanned urbanization, swift industrialization, metamorphic adjustments within the setting, and elevated pollution, in addition to adjustments in way of life, fairly the adoption of Western existence types and consuming behavior within the identify of so-called smooth dwelling. The booklet is split into the next chapters: hypersensitive reaction – what's it?, hypersensitive reaction – truth dossier; attainable allergens in our environment; Mechanism of hypersensitivity; residence airborne dirt and dust hypersensitivity – an environmental enigma ; The strong mites; Dermatophagoides – the powerful indoor allergen ; dirt mite hypersensitive reaction – assessment approach; residence dirt hypersensitive reaction – an Indian point of view ; condo dirt hypersensitivity in Kolkata – a case examine; hypersensitive reaction & heredity; Allergic manifestations; Diagnostic approaches; and therapy & prevention.

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1968) used dried Daphnia as nutrient media for D. farinae and obtained positive results. Larson et al. (1969) cultured D. farinae mites successfully on dogfood at room temperature and 75 % relative humidity. Sasa et al. (1970) claimed that powdered laboratory food for rats and mice was the best culture medium for D. farinae, Tyrophagus putrescentiae and Aleuroglyphus ovatus and equal quantities of dried yeast and sugar served for the best purpose for Carpoglyphus lactis. The optimum relative humidity during culture should be 12 % for D.

1972), Sesay and Dobson (1972), Blythe et al. (1975), Rao et al. (1975), Gamel-Eddin et al. (1982), Ivanova and Petrova (1984), Mosbech et al. (1991), Solarz (1997), Chew et al. (1999), Schei et al. (2002) and Pujari-Vandana et al. (2007) also observed higher mite abundance in mattress dust. In a more recent study, Podder et al. (2010a) while comparing the mite densities in mud and concrete house dust samples reported that the mite densities are higher in the mud houses than in the concrete houses.

5 to 26 °C, while RH was maintained at 75 %. They found pyroglyphids having 7 distinct life stages: egg, larva, pharate protonymph, protonymph, pharate tritonymph, tritonymph and pharate adult. The eggs took 24 to 43 days (average of 33 days) to develop into adults. 31 % eggs hatched out successfully to adults, 19 % eggs did not hatch. Mortality was found in all except the pharate stages. 4 %) was observed in the larval stage. 8 % for protonymphs and tritonymphs, respectively, and the mortality rate decreased as development progressed.

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