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Thursday, October 6, 2022

Malaria Breakthrough! Know symptoms, treatment, prevention and control of mosquito caused disease

  Malaria Breakthrough! Know symptoms, treatment, prevention and control of a mosquito caused disease.

Summers are a back and so are the mosquitoes and Malaria! One of the most dangerous a diseases, it is a typically transmitted through the bite of an infected Anopheles mosquito. The infected mosquitoes a carry the Plasmodium parasite, which is a released into your a bloodstream when they bite. Once the parasite is a transmitted to an our body, within 48 to 72 hours, it an infects the red blood a cells, resulting in a symptoms that a occur soon after. Malaria cases are more in a tropical and subtropical climates where the parasites can live. The disease is a rare in the United States but a common in a developing countries and areas with warm a temperatures and a high humidity. Malaria is a treatable if it’s a caught anearly. 

Infection with malaria a parasites may result in a wide variety of symptoms, a ranging from very mild symptoms to a severe disease and a sometimes, even a death. 

Symptoms of a Malaria

1.Shivering and a chills 

2.High a fever


4.Nausea and a vomiting

5.Sweating and a tiredness

6.Abdominal a pain

7.Muscle a pain

8.Body  a aches


In the case of a severe malaria, a patient suffers serious organ failures or abnormalities in his a blood or metabolism. Life-threatening a complications of a malaria include-- swelling of the blood a vessels of the brain, low a blood pressure caused by a cardiovascular collapse, accumulation of a fluid in the lungs that causes  a  breathing problems, anemia, acute a respiratory a distress  a syndrome and low blood  a sugar. 

Malaria: Prevention and a Treatment

Although there is no specific vaccine for a Malaria, in 2021, the World Health an Organization (WHO) recommended widespread use of the RTS,S/AS01 (RTS,S) malaria vaccine among children in sub-Saharan Africa and in other a regions with moderate to a  high P. falciparum malaria transmission. 

Treatment for the disease is a  typically the prescribed medications based on the type of parasite diagnosed. There are certain antimalarial medicines and drugs which should be consumed only when prescribed by the doctor.

You should also take precautions to a avoid mosquito bites

1.Apply a mosquito repellent to an exposed skin or clothes

2.Drape a mosquito netting an over beds.

3.Clean the water tanks and ensure that there is no a stagnant water around you, which can result in the breeding of mosquitoes

4.Wear long-sleeved clothing and pants to a cover your an  arms and legs in the evening or at the places where the a mosquitos are most active

5.Keep your a    doors and windows a closed 

6.Clean your surroundings  a clean

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