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DENGUE FEVER AND DENGUE HAEMORRHAGIC FEVER
DENGUE FEVER AND DENGUE HAEMORRHAGIC FEVER


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RECOGNITION OF DENGUE FEVER

· Sudden onset of high fever
· Severe headache (mostly in the forehead)
· Pain behind the eyes which worsens with eye movement
· Body aches and joint pains
· Nausea or vomiting

RECOGNITION OF DENGUE HAEMORRHAGIC FEVER AND SHOCK

Symptoms similar to dengue fever plus, any one of the following:
(1) Severe and continuous pain in abdomen;
(2) Bleeding from the nose, mouth and gums or skin bruising;
(3) Frequent vomiting with or without blood;
(4) Black stools, like coal tar;
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(5) Excessive thirst (dry mouth)
(6) Pale, cold skin
(7) Restlessness, or sleepiness



BASIC FACTS ON DENGUE

(a) How dengue spreads?

Dengue is spread by the bite of an infected mosquito Aedes aegypti. The
mosquito gets the virus by biting the infected persons. The first symptoms of the
disease occur about 5-7 days after an infected bite.
There is no way to tell if a mosquito is carrying the dengue virus.
Therefore, people must protect themselves from all mosquito bites.

(b) Where does the mosquito live?

The mosquito rests indoors, in closets and other dark places. Outside,
they rest where it is cool and shaded. The female mosquito lays her eggs in
water containers in and around homes, schools and other areas in towns or
villages. These eggs become adult in about 10 days.

© Where does the mosquito breed?

Dengue mosquitoes breed in stored exposed water collections. Favoured
breeding places are:
Barrels, drums, jars, pots, buckets, flower vases, plant saucers, tanks,
discarded bottles, tins, tyres, water cooler, etc. and a lot more places where rainwater
collects or is stored.


PREVENTION MULTIPLICATION OF MOSQUITOES:

Mosquitoes which spread dengue live and breed in and around houses.
· Drain water from coolers, tanks, barrels, drums and buckets, etc.;
· There should be no water in coolers when not in use;
· Remove from the house all objects, e.g. plant saucers, etc. which
have water collected in them;
· Remove water from refrigerator drip pans every other day;
· All stored water containers should be kept covered all the time;
· Discard solid waste and objects where water collects, e.g. bottles,
tins, tyres, etc.
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