World malaria day

Malaria

Malaria is spread by mosquito bites called female neophilia. A bacterium named Plasmodium from the mosquito bite goes into the body and he multiplies (multiple) in the patient's body. This bacterium illuminates the liver and blood cells by infecting it. In the event of non-treatment at the time, this merge can be deadly.

Learn the symptoms

The high fever that comes with cold and shiver.

Acute pain in the head and muscle pain.

Pain in the waist



The vomiting and the desire for vomiting always remain.

Diagnosis

Diagnosis of malaria is done by a blood test.

By making a slide from the patient's blood, trained doctors examine the parasite called Plasmodium by microscope.

Nowadays, the latest anti-degenerative card test can be used to diagnose malaria in a few minutes.

Better defense

Stop mosquitoes from growing. For this, keep in mind the cleaning around you.

Mosquitoes grow in stagnant water. Therefore, clean the drains and fill the pit, etc before the rains.

If the drainage is not possible then insert the pesticide.

To avoid mosquitoes in the rainy days, wear clothes covering the entire body. Such as kurtas and pajamas etc. on the whole side

Mosquito creams and sprays can also be used.

People need to be educated to prevent this disease. This work can do well in addition to the government machinery to doctors and paramedical staff.

There is no vaccine prevention (vaccine) available yet, but research is still on.

People visiting malaria areas are advised that they can take some medicines for some weeks or months to prevent malaria from the doctor's advice.





Cause and spread

The main cause of malaria is the parasitic female mosquito envelope. In fact, the parasite called Plasmodium is inside the body of the female mosquito mesophyll. This parasite spreads through bites of female mosquito neophytes. When the mosquito bites a person, the parasite of the disease begins to increase its number by reaching the liver through the bloodstream. This condition also adversely affects red blood cells. Since the parasite of malaria is found in red blood cells, it can be transmitted by the person infected with malaria to another person through blood transfusion. Apart from this, the disease is spread by transplanting organ transplantation and using one syringe in two persons.







treatment

At present, there are two problems facing the treatment of malaria. The first problem is that mosquitoes are not usually affected by pesticides. The other problem is that many of the drugs that have been used to inactivate parasites of malaria are now being proved ineffective. So the first thing is that we have to stop mosquitoes from growing and there itself we have to protect mosquito bites.

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