The Department of Disease Control warns that it is sick with dengue fever This year, 26,286 cases were found, 19 deaths.

The director general of the Department of Disease Control warns people to beware of dengue fever during the rain and floods revealed that since the beginning of the year there have been 26,286 cases, 19 deaths.

On October 5, 65, Dr Thares Krasanairawivong Acting for the Director General of the Department for Disease Control, said that due to heavy rains and floods in many areas, flooded water may not be a breeding ground for Aedes mosquitoes. . but water that flooded the various receptacles or left in the broadleaf sheath trash which is a breeding ground for mosquito larvae can be a carrier of dengue hemorrhagic fever Now there are some areas where houses are flooded and cannot live. It is necessary to live in a place where the supply is higher. And they often live with many families, or some families may have to live along the main road that the water has not yet reached so that it is not far from the house. For these reasons, people may be at risk of being bitten by mosquitoes. Therefore, it is recommended to use a mosquito repellent both day and night. Why Aedes mosquitoes prefer to bite during the day than at night. He also points out that the water container must be tightly closed to prevent mosquitoes from laying eggs. Prevent the cycle of adult mosquitoes that bite and disturb. which may contain both dengue germs Zika virus infection or fever, joint pain, mosquitoes

Dengue fever situation in Thailand from January 1 to September 28, 65 people found 26,286 cases of dengue, 19 deaths. In the last week, 3 deaths have been found. Patients with congenital disease The age group that found the most cases was 5-14 years, followed by 15-24 years and infants as young as 4 years. Tak Dengue fever can be found in all ages. But the risk factors that will cause the patient severe symptoms or death are. Most of them are found in people with underlying diseases such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, liver disease, kidney disease, and chronic alcohol addiction. o diseases related to the immune system Similar risk factors for death in both children and adults were: Travel to hospital delayed for treatment or some patients refuse hospitalization. Think dengue fever is mild. then delayed treatment resulting in severe symptoms and death

Dr. Thares said the symptoms of dengue fever. will have acute high fever and high fever for 2-7 days with headache Muscle aches, red face, may have small red spots on the body, arms, legs, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, loss of appetite, in severe cases There may be vomit or bloody stools, usually black, and then the fever subsides quickly. Be especially careful during this time. because it can cause shock and death. Because dengue fever currently has no cure. Therefore, it is recommended that people observe their illnesses or their family members. If there is a high fever that fluctuates for more than 2 days and cleanses the body or takes antipyretics and the fever does not subside Please think that you may be sick with dengue fever. Do not buy NSAIDs, ibuprofen, dicrophenac, aspirin, which can cause gastrointestinal bleeding, risk of death. and promptly take the patient to a doctor or public health facility near the home to be diagnosed, evaluated and treated promptly

For the prevention of dengue fever. Ask for people’s cooperation to help reduce the number of mosquitoes. By following the “3 Keep, Prevent 3 Diseases” measures, which consists of keeping the house clean. Improve the environment in and around the house. be organized sunlight shines through Don’t have a dull corner as a resting place for mosquitoes. Keep litter around the house so as not to be a breeding ground for mosquitoes and collect water.Close the lid of the water container. Handle the container so that there is no stagnation of water. Change the water in the jar every week. Prevent mosquitoes from laying eggs People living in flooded areas Please protect yourself from mosquito bites. Applying mosquito repellent, sleeping in a mosquito net, having a mosquito net, using mosquito coils. and wear long sleeves, long pants, etc. For more information, contact the Department of Disease Control Hotline 1422.

Related tags

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Recent News