Public attention is still fixated by the emergence of the corona virus. In fact, Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) is also a quite threatening disease.
To this day, the number of dengue cases in the world is still relatively large. In fact, victims died of dengue fever in various countries reaching up to 20%, from January to early July 2020. The world health agency also made various efforts to prevent and handle massively. The steps that have been taken by WHO for handling DHF are alerting hospitals to anticipate an increase in dengue cases.
WHO also continues to ensure that fluids and infusion devices are still available.
Aedes Aegypti Mosquito Bites Cause of DHF
Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) is caused by the bite of a female Aedes Aegypti mosquito. The characteristics of this mosquito can be recognized from the shape, style, and color. The size of the female Aedes Aegypti mosquito is generally small, black in color and there are white stripes on all parts of its body.
Usually, these mosquitoes like to nest and lay eggs in puddles, both clean and dirty. Then, often hiding in a dark place.
Aedes Aegypti mosquito or referred to as a home mosquito does not only attack in the morning (8:00 to 10:00), but also in the afternoon (15.00-17.00).
This type of mosquito is also very fond of the scent of the human body, so it prefers to bite humans (anthtopophilic) than animals. To note, only female Aedes Aegypti mosquitoes can cause dengue fever.
Because, male Aedes Aegypti chose to suck plant fluids or flower essence rather than the body. In addition to dengue fever, West Nile Virus caused by mosquitoes also need attention. More than 80 percent of infected people do not have or have few symptoms. The symptoms seen in sufferers of this disease are just like the common cold, fever, headache, body ache. This disease can generally heal by itself, but for some people who are less fortunate, West Nile Virus can be life-threatening, because this virus can cause encephalitis (inflammation of the brain) and meningitis. This virus is usually transmitted by the bite of Culex mosquitoes, especially Culex tritaeniorhynchus. Don’t worry, now an efficient and easy to use mosquito killer tool has been found. “buzz b gone” Buzz B Gone is a mosquito repellent tool that can emit ultraviolet light and can kill mosquitoes instantly. For only $ 59.95 you can bring this tool home.… Read More...