Free Essays on Preventing Dengue Fever

  1. 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...

  2. 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...

  3. 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...

  4. Dengue Fever and Environmental Factors

    cycle 6813727-24819 Dengue 00 Dengue 346405627174 Symptoms of Dengue Symptoms of Dengue 1140811408What is dengue? Dengue is a viral infection transmitted by the bite of an infected female Aedes mosquito. Estimated 100 million cases of dengue fever occurring throughout the...

  5. Dengue: Fever and Public Health Threat

    DENGUE FEVER (Outline) Specific Purpose : To inform my audience about the nature, symptoms, treatment and prevention of Dengue fever. Central Idea : People now at risk from dengue and estimates that there may be 50 million cases of dengue infection worldwide every year. The disease is now endemic...

  6. Randburg Sameday Abortion Womens Clinic 0736613276

    Mifepristone (mif-uh-PRIS-tone) — also known as RU-486 — blocks the action of the hormone progesterone, causing the lining of the uterus to thin and preventing the embryo from staying implanted and growing. Misoprostol (my-so-PROS-tol) causes the uterus to contract and expel the embryo through the vagina...

  7. The Million Dollar Question - Is Global Warming Real?

    CFC’s. Also in the future, the rise of sea level will cause bugs to breed faster and create a wide range of diseases like West Nile, Malaria, and Dengue Fever. Animals and plants are also dealing with these same problems. Because of the unusual hot temperatures, some fish species are moving northward because...

  8. 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...

  9. aswrfdc

    first identified adult male and female Schistosoma haematobium. - 1904 S. japonicum is discovered in Hiroshima Japan and named the disease Katayama fever -1907 S. mansoni was described and named in the honor of Sir Patrick Manson, the first scientist to speculate that the difference in egg morphology...

  10. The magical efficacy of grape seed oil

    tolerance to allergens;Sensitization to remove free radicals, anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic;Stable skin vascular tissue, alleviate urticaria, dry dengue fever, allergic rhinitis and allergic symptoms;Effectively regulate immunity, thoroughly improve allergic constitution.Blood vessels to protect heart...

  11. Dengue Fever

    Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever | RLE 7.2 Batch 2012 | | DENGUE HEMORRHAGIC FEVER Philippine Hemorrhagic Fever was first reported in 1953. In 1958, it was renamed as Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever as it became a notifiable disease in the country. Recently, dengue has indeed become a major health concern...

  12. Trvelling

    st diseases such as hepatitis, typhoid or malaria. In fact, some countries legally require travellers to have certain vaccinations, such as yellow fever. As you will need to have some vaccinations weeks or months before travel, it is best to see your doctor six to eight weeks before you go. However, if you have to travel at short...

  13. Support Given to 2004 Tsunami Victims in Indonesia

    rotting corpses, debris and contaminated water supplies threatening to spread diseases like: cholera, dysentery, typhoid, hepatitis, malaria and dengue fever; governments as well as humanitarian organizations needed to act quickly to prevent epidemics (Watson, J.T., Gayer, M, & Connolly, M.A., 2010)....

  14. The Three Gorges Dam

    the Han dynasty, causing millions of deaths and also the loss of homes for millions of people. The dam will be able to regulate the flow of water, preventing high and low fluctuations. Floods are prevented and a constant flow of water enables double or even triple cropping. Thus the number of deaths from...

  15. Croup

    noted in a child with croup. In severe cases, as the child tires cyanosis and increasingly shallow respirations may develop. (Schiffman, MD, 2008) Fever and sore throat are present as well. (James & Ashwill, 2007) A child with croup may be irritable and anxious from the respiratory distress and lack...

  16. Different Cultures Has Its Own Home Remedy

    to my granny she suggested eating chicken soup, plenty of rest, and drinking tea with honey. Fever are also very common when getting a cold. Some home remedies that I use for my son when he gets high fevers are cold pads applied to head and body, plenty of fluids and granny suggested rubbing alcohol...

  17. Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

    Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever is a communicable disease. It is part of the Rickettsias group. It is a pathogen that looks like bacteria. They multiply by taking over cells of a living thing. The Rickettsias enters a body through a bite of a insect (fleas, lice, ticks, ect.) or small animal (field mice...

  18. Dengue Fever

    In subtropical and tropical regions, the dengue virus represents a major threat to human health. The microorganism's natural hosts include mosquitoes, lower primates, and humans. Infection of the human host results in a biphasic fever with the potential to evolve into severe hemorrhagic disease. Over...

  19. Cuba

    the greatest it is home to one of the most world renowned Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology centers, where they are working on cures to AIDS, dengue fever, and medicines to dissolve blood clots. Most of the medical exports Cuba make goes to China, India, Latin America, and Eastern Europe. Some...

  20. 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...

  21. 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...

  22. Akers Biosciences, Inc. (AKER) - Product Pipeline Analysis, 2014 Update

    proprietary in vitro diagnostic technologies. Its products include BreathScan, CHUBE, METRON, PIFA PLUSS PF4, tri-cholesterol, IFA Chlamydia, PIFA Dengue Fever, PIFA Malaria, PIFA Syphilis, and others. ABI's technologies include testing platform technology, and sample preparation technology. The company's...

  23. Dengue Fever

    Dengue fever, also known as breakbone fever, is a mosquito-borne infection that causes a severe flu-like illness. There are four different viruses that can cause denguefever, all of which spread by a certain type of mosquito. Dengue can vary from mild to severe; the more severe forms include dengue shock...

  24. Impact of Print Advertisement of Dengue

    Impact of print advertisement of dengue Introduction Dengue fever is an infectious disease carried by mosquitoes and caused by any of four related dengue viruses. This disease used to be called "break-bone" fever because it sometimes causes severe joint and muscle pain that feels like bones are breaking...

  25. Microbiology Viruses

    Enveloped plus-strand RNA Alphavirus Rubella Virus Some form of encephalitis Rubella Flaviviridae Enveloped plus-strand RNA Yellow fever virus, Dengue fever virus, Hepatitis C virus Coronaviridae Enveloped plus-strand RNA Coronavirus Upper respiratory infections Caliciviridae Naked...

  26. Dengue

    Dengue Dengue is characterized in outbreaks. Outbreak means food borne illness that spreads widely in an area. Causative agent:- The causative agent of Dengue Fever (also known as the Devil's Crunch or Breakbone Fever) is the Dengue Fever Virus (DENV), a member of the Flaviviridae family and...

  27. Dengue Fever

    DENGUE FEVER Dr.T.V.Rao MD Dr.T.V.Rao MD 1 Arboviruses • The Arbovirus are also called as Arthropod borne viruses, represent an ecological grounding of viruses with complex transmission cycles involving Arthropods • These viruses have diverse physical and chemical properties and are...

  28. 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...

  29. 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...

  30. Factor of Dengue

    Factors Contributing to Dengue Fever Contributor By Joan Reinbold eHow Contributing Writer Article Rating: (0 Ratings) In the tropical regions of the world, dengue fever is spread by the bite of mosquitoes. The two kinds of mosquitoes are the Aedes albopictu and Aedes aegypti. The females become...

  31. Needle-Free Drug Delivery Devices: Increasing Incidence of Needle Stick Injuries Globally Making Needles Needless in Future

    delivery market is now headed towards a phase of utilizing needle-free injection systems. The rising transmission of chronic diseases such as dengue fever, hepatitis viruses, and AIDS and neurological diseases is predicted to stimulate the growth of needle-free drug delivery devices market. As per...

  32. Dengue Awareness in Capiz

    Knowledge and Preventive Practices toward Dengue Fever among Dumalag Central National High School Students Ronald Oquendo Jr. Chapter 1 Introduction to the Study Chapter One is divided into five parts: (1) Background and Theoretical Framework of the Study, (2) Statement of the...

  33. Respiratory virus

    present parts of an intruding virus to other immune cells, which is different than it is among adults. This is why adults do not usually get RSV. Preventing and treating RSV, can be fairly easy. Using hand sanitizer before handling a small child can reduce the chance of the child contracting RSV. Parents...

  34. Dengue: Fever Mild

    condition The Dengue fever is a disease caused by a family of viruses that are transmitted by mosquitoes. Dengue is prevalent throughout the tropics and subtropics. Because dengue fever is caused by a virus, there is no specific medicine or antibiotic to treat it. For typical dengue fever, the treatment...

  35. Fever

    Definition Fever is the temporary increase in the body's temperature in response to some disease or illness. A child has a fever when the temperature is at or above one of these levels: 100.4 °F (38 °C) measured in the bottom (rectally) 99.5 °F(37.5 °C) measured in the mouth (orally) 99 °F...

  36. Mence of Dengue

    Menace of Dengue Dengue is an arbovirus disease caused by any one of four closely related viruses that do not provide cross-protective immunity; a person can be infected as many as four times, once with each serotype. Dengue viruses are transmitted from person to person by the Aedes aegypti mosquito...

  37. 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...

  38. Kinds of Cancer

    Symptoms such as chills, fatigue, fever, loss of appetite, night sweats and weight loss can occur while having some types of cancers. Cancer can be prevented in many different ways. Some risk factors can be controlled. Choosing the right health behaviors and preventing exposure to certain environmental...

  39. Aarkstore - Dengue Global Clinical Trials Review, H1, 2013

    Aarkstore - Dengue Global Clinical Trials Review, H1, 2013  Summary   GlobalDatas clinical trial report, “Dengue Global Clinical Trials Review, H1, 2013" provides data on the Dengue clinical trial scenario. This report provides elemental...

  40. Rheumatic Fever

    There are a lot of diseases that can be deadly if not treated right. Dieases or virus like the flu, pneumonia, scarlet fever, stomach virus etc. can be treated and cured with nutrients and vaccines. There are few parts of the world mostly third world countries were people still die from diseases that...

  41. 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...

  42. Understanding dengue virus capsid protein disordered N-terminal biological activity – playing Lego with proteins to develop peptide inhibitors

    Title: Understanding dengue virus capsid protein disordered N-terminal biological activity – playing Lego with proteins to develop peptide inhibitors Authors: André F. Faustino1, Filomena A. Carvalho1, Fábio Almeida2, Andrea T. Da Poian2, Nuno C. Santos1, Ivo C. Martins1 1 – Instituto de Medicina...

  43. Dengue Fever

    Dengue fever is a disease caused by one of a number of viruses that are carried by mosquitoes. These mosquitoes then transmit the virus to humans. The virus that causes dengue fever is called an arbovirus, which stands for arthropod-borne virus. Mosquitoes are a type of arthropod. In a number of regions...

  44. understand and prevent dengue

     Table of Contents Understand and Prevent Dengue Fever Introduction of Dengue Fever Dengue fever, a very old disease, has reemerged in the past 20 years with an expanded geographic distribution of both the viruses and the mosquito vectors, increased epidemic activity, the...

  45. Dengue Fever

    Dengue fever Spring 2009 Abstract Dengue Fever: is an infectious disease, which it is caused by tiny pathogenic (harmful) organisms that can be contagious by spreading among people upon contact with an infected person. (Tirtha Chakraborty, 2008) “Dengue is the most common and widespread...

  46. 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...

  47. Dengue Fever

    Geographic Study of Disease Dengue Fever is a viral infection spread by mosquitoes. Cases of it have been recorded even in the early civilizations such as China, yet were described in a slightly different manner. Most cases of Dengue occur in the more tropical regions of the world. Some symptoms...

  48. Our Personal Role in Mitigating Climate Change From the view of a Malaysian Citizen

    also affect human health and mortality rates. Climate change was estimated to have been responsible for 3% of diarrhea, 3% of malaria, and 3.8% of dengue fever deaths worldwide in 2004. The total attributable mortality was about 0.2% of deaths in 2004; of these, 85% were child deaths. How exactly does this...

  49. 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...

  50. People Science and Environment

    humans, such as HIV and dengue, can be traced to wildlife and whose pathogens can be traced back to forests. Although HIV and dengue started in Africa, it did not take long to spread globally. Some diseases that have surged in the United States include Rocky Mountain spotted fever, Lyme disease, Rabies...

  51. Cdc Center for Disease Control Organizational Report

    mosquito control, because they were the transporters of Malaria between people. The MCWA's responsibilities soon expanded to encompass yellow fever, dengue, and typhus control (Parascandola, 1996). As World War II came to and end, the MCWA staff wanted to keep their organization alive. Some members...

  52. Dengue Fever

    Dengue and Its Prevention Dengue fever is a disease caused by a family of viruses that are transmitted by mosquitoes. It is an acute illness of sudden onset that usually follows a benign course with symptoms such as headache, fever, exhaustion, severe muscle and joint pain, swollen glands...

  53. 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....

  54. Zika virus

    people by the bite of an infected Aedes Aegupti species mosquito. These mosquitos also spred the viruses dengue and chikungunya virus. The Aedes Aegypti mosquito is better known as the yellow fever mosquito. This mosquito bites during the day and they are small and black with white stripes on their back...

  55. Polluted Drinking Water in Bangladesh

    densely populated countries in the world. • Bangladesh suffers from deadly floods, tidal storms, famine and several diseases such as malaria and dengue fever. • The main problem facing Bangladesh has been the increasing death rate due to water borne diseases such as diarrhea, mainly due to the presence...

  56. Ethics

    is presented is the mother’s religious beliefs of no medical treatment for her six-year-old son that is brought into the emergency room with a high fever, vomiting and having convulsions. Using the cognitive decision making model, (37071: Ethical Decision Making, 2014) I would first find out who is involved...

  57. Nuclear energy

    ARS is associated with damage to bone marrow, and at higher doses other organs may be affected. Symptoms of ARS include nausea, weakness, diarrhea, fever, hair loss,. skin damage, diminished organ functions and possible seizures and coma. Furthermore, following the Chernobyl nuclear disaster approximately...

  58. Chapter II Measles

    brain) from measles. Measles can be prevented with the MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) vaccine. One dose of MMR vaccine is about 93% effective at preventing measles if exposed to the virus, and two doses are about 97% effective. Measles vaccine is usually combined with mumps and rubella (MMR), or combined...

  59. 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...

  60. 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...