Journal of Bacteriology and Infectious Diseases

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Dengue Fever

A mosquito-borne viral disease happening in tropical and subtropical areas.Those who become infected with the infection a subsequent time are at an altogether more serious danger of developing extreme diseases.Symptoms regularly start three to fourteen days after infection. These may include a high fever, headache, vomiting, muscle and joint agonies, and a charactertstic  skin rash. Recover generally for the most part takes two to seven days. Treatment incorporates fluids and  pain relievers. Serious cases require hospital care.


A vaccine for dengue fever has been affirmed and is commercilly accessible in various countries.As of 2018, the vaccine  is just suggested in people who have been  previously infected or, in populaces with a high rate of earlier disease by age nine.Other methods of prevention include reducing mosquito habitat and limiting exposure to bites. This may be done by getting rid of or covering standing water and wearing clothing that covers much of the body.

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