Dengue National Guideline Bangladesh is here! Bangladesh is shivering with dengue fever. Dengue fever mainly occurs due to the Aedes aegypti mosquito bite. However, not all mosquito bites cause this fever. This mosquito will be harmful only if it bit a person infected with dengue fever before. The mosquito will then carry the dengue fever virus. And when the mosquito bites a healthy person, the person may become infected. You will get the latest Dengue National Guideline Bangladesh in this post. Read the whole post before downloading.
AEDES AEGYPTI MOSQUITO:
There are several types of Aedes mosquitoes. Among them, Aedes aegypti is capable of carrying and spreading the dengue virus. Now we will see what Aedes aegypti looks like.
Aedes aegypti is a small and black mosquito, according to the world-famous journal Nature. They have a white band on the legs and silver lines on the body. Look at the above picture. It would be easier to recognize the mosquito from the picture.
Dengue mosquitoes prefer to live mainly in tropical or subtropical areas. They basically like hot weather countries. Therefore, it would be very logical that this mosquito will be more in our country. Which is why we always are attacked by this mosquito. But why is not everyone affected by this mosquito bite?
DENGUE FEVER: A SUMMARY:
There are four types of dengue virus strains: DEN 1, 2, 3 and 4. Dengue fever is mainly due to dengue 1 and 2. Those whose body cannot develop resistance to these strains, they become more infected.
There are two types of dengue virus attacks. A. Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) and B. Dengue Shock Syndrome (DSS). DSS is the next step in DHF and this DSS is very dangerous for the patient.
Usually, dengue fever increases body temperature. In addition to the temperature of 40 degrees Celsius, the body has some other symptoms. As such, there is excessive abdominal pain, shortness of breathing and nausea. There is often edema. The number of platelets decreases.
But if dengue fever leads to more complex conditions, then it is called Dengue Shock. Symptoms that are common in Dengue Shock are: the blood pierces the skin and black spots on the skin. The stool color becomes blackish. In many cases, blood flows through the urine. Plasma leakage occurs. Suddenly, the respiration is hampered. Liver and heart function decreases.
The Dengue Shock is increasing now in Bangladesh. Suddenly, people are dying due to coming out of the body’s fluid.
HOW TO SOLVE:
If there is a fever, it is important to seek the advice of the doctor without neglecting it. Besides, since fluids are decreasing from the body, one should drink plenty of fluids immediately after the fever.
In addition, to avoid dengue, Aedes mosquitoes must be killed. Along with the government, the common people also have to come forward. To avoid dengue mosquitoes, we must keep our houses clean in front and behind. We should not dump garbage everywhere. Remember that life is yours and you have to come first. It is difficult for the government to solve the problem alone if the common people do not come forward to face a problem. With the concerted efforts of the government and the people, we hope that our dengue problem will be solved.
Here is the latest and updated Dengue National Guideline Bangladesh 2019. Download it for free.
DENGUE NATIONAL GUIDELINE BANGLADESH [JULY 2019]
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