Causes

The virus of dengue fever belongs to the family flaviviridae. It is the RNA virus. Other member of the Flaviridae virus is the virus of yellow fever, virus of West Nile, virus of encephalitis of St. Louis, virus of Japanese encephalitis, virus of encephalitis of...

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Effects

The children who are below the age of 10 years get affected on the functioning of circulatory system during the dengue fever. The mortality rate lies in between the 6 to 30% and it is found that most of the death occurred in the patients of dengue...

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Treatment

It is found that at present there is no specific vaccine is found which can kill the virus of dengue fever not even a single anti virus tablets.
Dengue fever is treated by a medicine which is known as Paracetamol, an anti pyretics...

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What is Dengue

Dengue is a disease which is infected and transmitted by the bite of Aedes, a female mosquito. There are broadly four different serotypes of dengue virus. After a time period of 3-14 days from the day of infective bite, symptoms start appearing in victim’s body. It affects almost people of all age group, be it infants, adults, old age or young children. It is an illness which can be communicated from one person to other.

At present, it is found that there is no specified treatment in order to cure the dengue fever. The cure for severe dengue is complicated but through proper diagnosis and clinical treatment by best physician can save number of lives.

Almost 70% of the diseases are a burden in western part of Pacific and south-east part of Asia. According to a report, it is estimated that there is an increment in the number of diseases in Caribbean and even in Latin America. From the report of last ten years, it was estimated that Mediterranean regions of Africa is the country affected with an increment in number of diseases. In 2010, it was estimated that there was transmission of dengue fever in almost two countries of Europe. There are several reasons behind the fast transmission of dengue fever. They are as follows: lack of staffs that are trained properly, mobilization of people and goods, climatic effect etc.