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Tick Twist doesn't leave the tick's mouthparts
The tick’s rostrum (the part that is embedded in the skin and improperly referred to as “the tick’s head”) is covered with backward-pointing spikes that allow the tick to “anchor” in the skin.
By pulling up on the tick, the spikes will rise and lock the rostrum in the skin. The tick may break leaving body parts resting in the skin and causing a painful inflammation, or an infection.
By twisting, the spikes bend into the axis of rotation, and the tick is easily removed, without traction, decreasing the risks of breaking the rostrum.
Tick Twist doesn't squeeze the tick's abdomen
While removing a tick, it is essential not to compress it, reducing the risk of saliva back-flow.
A tick’s saliva contains irritating substances and sometimes microorganisms that can lead to infections and/or allergies.
Tweezers and other instruments exert a pressure on the tick, but not the Tick Twist!
Ticks are known to carry Lyme disease. Lyme disease is infectious, although not contagious, and is caused by a bacteria (Borrelia burgdorferi) being transmitted to humans by ticks. The transmission takes place through the bite of an infected tick.
If it is left untreated, this infection can eventually affect, either directly or indirectly, most body organs in an acute and/or chronic manner and lead to different effects, depending on the particular organ and the patient, and can finally result in a physical and mental handicap.
The manifestation of symptoms associated with Lyme disease and tick infections may be delayed. Below are the stages of Lyme Disease.
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