Free Essays on Preventing Dengue Fever

  1. Macau S Dengue Fever.

    Macau's Dengue Fever According to World Health Organization, “Dengue is a mosquito-borne viral infection.” It was discovered in the Philippines and Thailand in the 1950s. It is can be very severe and frequently found in Asia and many western countries. There are 4 different but closely related viruses...

  2. Dengue Fever

    Dengue fever is presently spreading in our country with thousands of children falling sick and some dying because of a deadly mosquito. It is very important to know what Dengue fever is and how we can protect ourselves and our families from this tiny but dangerous mosquito. How is it caused? Dengue fever...

  3. dengue

    on Tuesday emphasized a continued government commitment to controlling and preventing dengue - a disease for which there is currently no vaccine or specific drug, the Manila Times reports. A total of 6,537 cases of dengue, including 62 deaths, have been reported in the country over the past five months...

  4. Dengue Fever Presentation

    Harscouet, Sheyla Rodriguez, Mallory Bridgman Dengue Fever in Colombia and India SPECIFIC PURPOSE: To inform my audience about Dengue Fever INTRODUCTION I. With more than one-third of the world’s population living in areas at risk for infection, dengue virus is a leading cause of illness and death...

  5. THE STUDY ABOUT DENGUE IN THE PHILIPPINES

    THE STUDY ABOUT DENGUE IN THE PHILIPPINES A Term Paper Presented to Prof. Ma. Alona L. Manzon Department of English OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITY In Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements for Basic Communication Skills 2 Second Semester 2014-2015 By: Valdez, Mylene L. Penoliar, Jecylene Q...

  6. Global Warming

    speeds of the strongest tropical cyclones have increased significantly since 1981. Global warming might cause increased incidence of Lyme disease, dengue fever and malaria because the mosquitoes that are the transmitting agents for these diseases requires winter temperatures of about 18 degrees Celsius...

  7. essays

    Yellow fever is a hemorrhagic fever – meaning it is caused by several distinct families of viruses. Most people who contract the virus have no symptoms, however the few that do experience these symptoms, feel them 3 days after infected. The symptoms include: headaches, muscle and body pains, fever, chills...

  8. Dengue Fever

    [pic] Assignment On Dengue Fever and Its Remedies Course Code:- Chem-301 Course Title:- Physical Chemistry-1 ...

  9. Climate Change and Agriculture

    floods, landslides etc. Health: With an increase in deaths over the years, as a result of various vector-borne diseases, such as malaria & dengue fever and some water related diseases such as diarrhea or hepatitis A, which are typically peaked in the rainy season after heavy rainfalls and floods...

  10. Dengue Article

    Stagnant Water Monsters Transmitted by mosquitoes. Feared by many. Killed a ton of people. Dengue is a very familiar term for people, especially to the Filipinos. Considering that we do live in a tropical country, we attract mosquitoes often. Mosquitoes are often found near canals and open water holes...

  11. Chikungunya

    virus (CHIKV) can caused outbreaks associated with severe morbidity. Traditionally, CHIKV causes a febrile illness similar to the dengue virus fever or infection. The hallmark feature of CHIKV disease is debilitating and prolonged arthralgic syndrome that primarily affects the peripheral small...

  12. Dengue Control Measures

    DENGUE CONTROL Part 1: FAQs 1. Frequently Asked Questions 1.1. What is dengue fever and severe dengue? Dengue is a vector-borne disease transmitted by the bite of an infected mosquito. There are 4 serotypes of the virus that causes dengue. These are known as DEN-1, DEN-2, DEN-3, DEN-4. Severe...

  13. Dengue Case Study

    Introduction Dengue is a mosquito-borne infection that in recent decades has become a major international public health concern. Dengue is found in tropical and sub-tropical regions around the world, predominantly in urban and semi-urban areas. Dengue haemorrhagic fever (DHF), a potentially lethal...

  14. Dengue Fever Facts

    Introduction to the Dengue Fever 1 1.1 Fact of Dengue Fever 1 1.2 What is Dengue Fever 2 2. Geographic areas at high risk for contracting dengue fever .3 3. Effect of Dengue Fever in Sri Lanka .4 4. How is dengue fever contracted and ymptoms and signs of Dengue Fever 5 5. Dengue hemorrhagic fever 6 6. How can...

  15. Global Warming: Natural or Man-Made?

    and dengue fever to higher altitudes and higher latitudes.” He says that malaria is expanding its range in Africa, and dengue fever, also carried by mosquitoes, is moving into higher land in Mexico and Costa Rica (Shaw 28). Climate changes are already thought to have contributed to malaria, dengue fever...

  16. Dengue Fever

     Dengue Fever Kimberly A. Bitanga Microbiology Professor J. Gray Dengue Fever Abstract Dengue fever is a debilitating tropical disease caused by one of five types of the dengue virus.(1) It is transmitted by mosquitos throughout the tropics and subtropics of not only Southeast Asia, but has now...

  17. Preventing Infection

    Preventing Infection INFECTION The invasion or colonization of the body by pathogenic microorganisms The presence of a particular type of microorganism in a part of a body where it is not normally found and may lead to a disease Microorganism A small (micro) living plant or animal that cannot be...

  18. Preventing Infection

    Preventing Infection Infection can be a serious safety and health hazard. Some infections cause only minor symptoms. Others are serious. They may delay a person’s recovery, create long-term health problems,or cause death. Older adults, people who are ill, and people with disabilities are at risk....

  19. Travelling Tios

    to person contact, exposure to contaminated water or ice, or foods during harvesting or subsequent handling.” Typhoid Fever is the second food or water illness. “Typhoid Fever is an acute, life threatening febrile illness caused by the bacterium Salmonella Typhi.” Transmission is from poorly cooked...

  20. global warming

    speeds of the strongest tropical cyclones have increased significantly since 1981. Global warming might cause increased incidence of Lyme disease, dengue fever and malaria because the mosquitoes that are the transmitting agents for these diseases requires winter temperatures of about 18 degrees Celsius...

  21. Dengue

    Bishan-Toa Payoh Town Council ISSUE NO. 76 • MAY/JUNE 2007 MICA(P)070/02/2007 How to Prevent Dengue Fever … pages 8 & 9 Message from Town Council Vice-Chairman One Bite… One Victim. That could become the aedes mosquito’s hit rate should we become complacent. Despite continuous announcements...

  22. Microbiology 106: Viral Infections

    blood, lymph, GI, nervous GI viruses General similarities: often hard to discern from bacterial GI infections diarrhea, vomiting, nausea, fever, cramps, headache, aches, dehydration dehydration is usually primary concern, esp. for elderly & infants rotavirus '' (icosahedral, RNA...

  23. Bedeviled By Dengue

    Bedeviled By Dengue Dengue is a mosquito-borne infection found in tropical and sub-tropical regions around the world. In recent years, transmission has increased predominantly in urban and semi-urban areas and has become a major international public health concern. Severe dengue (also known as Dengue Haemorrhagic...

  24. Assessment of Dengue Outbreak in Pandi

    Assessment of Dengue Outbreak in Pandi Name of researcher: Mark John P. Bayaban Year and section: 4th year BSED-Biology Teacher: Mr. Orlino D. Rabago Jr. CHAPTER 1 Introduction: In our place here in Pinagkurtelan, one of the news that we’re hearing is the increasing case of Dengue Victims...

  25. Filariasis, Malaria, Dengue Fever and Lyme Disease

    ways, and one of them: mosquito bites. Therefore, in this paper, I will further discuss on four major vector-borne diseases; Filariasis, Malaria, Dengue fever, and Lyme disease. I will begin my discussion on Filariasis. Filariasis which also known as Lymphatic Filariasis, is spread from an infected...

  26. Dengue Fever

    Running head: DENGUE FEVER 1 Dengue Fever South Mountain Community College DENGUE FEVER 2 Abstract The disease Dengue fever is caused by a family of viruses that are transmitted by Aedes mosquitos of the family Flaviviridae and...

  27. Case Study Dengue

    Case study Dengue Fever Submitted by: Barola, Venessa B. Cabrera, Rose Anne O. BSN 2Y2-3A Sir, Wilfred Rivera RN, MAN Introduction Patient’s profile History of Present Illness Physical Examination Anatomy and Physiology Pathophysiology Laboratoty Examination Result Course...

  28. Lesson Plan for Dengue

    Lesson Plan: NATIONAL Dengue Prevention And Control Program Presented by: Andrea ( Presented to: Ava Marie Lou L. David RN, MN :))) (wife of Sammy David) I.INTRODUCTION The Department of Health initiated the National Dengue Prevention and Control Program since...

  29. dengue

    DENGUE Dengue infection is caused by any one of four distinct but closely related dengue virus (DENV) serotypes (called DENV-1, -2, -3, and -4). These dengue viruses are single-stranded RNA viruses that belong to the family Flaviviridae and the genus Flavivirus—a family which includes other medically...

  30. Dengue Case Study

    INTRODUCTION Dengue Fever is caused by one of the four closely related, but antigenically distinct, virus serotypes Dengue type 1, Dengue type 2, Dengue type 3, and Dengue type 4 of the genus Flavivirus and Chikungunya virus. Infection with one of these serotype provides immunity to only that serotype...