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Dengue fever

How To Dengue Fever All Update 2019

What is it Dengue Fever


Dengue is a viral disease that is transmitted through a mosquito. This virus is very common in the hot and humid areas of the world.

Causes


Dengue virus is spread by female mosquitoes. Mainly of the Aedes aegypti species and to a lesser extent A. In addition, these mosquitoes also transmit chikungunya fever, yellow fever and Zika virus infection.

Symptom


Dengue symptoms begin after an incubation period that can vary from five to eight days after the bite and people usually present:

High fever.
 
Nausea and vomiting
 
Rash on the skin.
 
Blood in the gums and nose.
 
General weakness.
 
Muscle and joint pain.
 
Cough.
 
Sore throat.

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Prevention


From the World Health Organization (WHO) state that the only way to control or prevent the transmission of the dengue virus is to fight against vector mosquitoes:

It is essential to maintain the order of the environment to prevent mosquitoes from finding places to lay their eggs.
 
Correctly dispose of solid waste and possible artificial habitats.
 
Clean and empty every week the containers in which water is stored for domestic use. In addition, apply suitable insecticides to reservoirs in which it stores water outdoors.
 
On the other hand, you should use mosquito nets on the windows, wear long-sleeved clothes and materials treated with insecticides and vaporizers.


Types


There are two types of dengue:

The classic dengue that does not usually present many complications, since the organism tends to recover completely with the proper care.
 
Hemorrhagic dengue which is caused by the serotypes Day 1, Day 2, Day 3 and Day 4, whose incubation period is between five and eight days. Is a
severe manifestation and can cause the death of the patient because tachycardias, bone pain, hemorrhages, blood pressure disturbance, circulatory insufficiency or dehydration may occur.

Diagnosis


There are several tests that can be done to diagnose this condition, such as a laboratory test to measure the level of antibodies through a blood sample, a complete blood count, or liver function tests.

Treatments


Experts say there is no specific treatment for dengue. However, assistance from doctors and nurses who have experience with the effects and evolution of the disease is essential to save lives and reduce mortality rates.

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