Rising temperatures must prevent: Vector-borne diseases

Vector-born diseases

(Expert Homeopathy: Dr. Anutosh Chakraborty)

In summer, mosquitoes are easy to breed. Many infectious diseases are spread through mosquito bites, such as:
  • Japanese encephalitis
  • Malaria
  • Dengue fever
  • Other infectious diseases.
After the human body is bitten by a mosquito carrying Japanese encephalitis virus, dengue fever virus, or plasmodium, after the incubation period, the patient may develop persistent high fever, accompanied by headache, vomiting, disturbance of consciousness, cramps, neck stiffness, and other epidemic encephalitis symptoms; Fever, chills, fatigue, with headache, orbital pain, muscle pain, arthralgia, bone pain, rash, bleeding tendency and other symptoms of dengue fever; periodic regular episodes of chills, high fever, sweating and fever, anemia and spleen Major symptoms of malaria.


Preventive measures (Expert Homeopathy: Dr. Anutosh Chakraborty)

1. Prevent mosquitoes, kill mosquitoes, and avoid being bitten by mosquitoes.

2. When traveling to areas with endemic mosquito-borne diseases, pay special attention to travel warnings and take protective measures carefully to prevent infections and feel unwell, and promptly Go to the local hospital for treatment.

3. Early diagnosis, early reporting, early isolation, early on-site treatment of the patient, and 15-day medical observation of close contacts of the patient.

4. School-age children should be vaccinated according to the national immunization program.
The eight "diligence" of mosquito control: frequently turning, falling, changing, covering, placing, filling, sweeping, and washing frequently. Take care of all kinds of stagnant water around you and eliminate mosquitoes with your hands.


Other domestic measures

1. Turn over frequently, that is, turn over all kinds of containers that actually exist around you frequently, so that they do not accumulate water.

2. Pour frequently, and dump all kinds of containers in time if there is accumulated water; 3. Change frequently, and you need a container with water, The water should be changed within 2-3 days.

4. Cover frequently, and for bottles and cans (such as beverages and wine bottles) that are open to the sky, it is recommended to cover them to prevent rainwater from entering and becoming stagnant.

5. Put frequently, yes Water tanks, ditches or large machine parts should be drained once a week.

6. Fill frequently, and fill low-lying land frequently with soil to prevent water accumulation.

7. Frequent sweeping, carry out regular cleaning activities to remove all kinds of stagnant water and sanitary dead corners.

8. Frequent washing means to rinse the containers that are prone to stagnant water frequently with clean water, so as to truly keep mosquitoes without remaining water.

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