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Dengue Fever and Other Hemorrhagic Viruses (Deadly Diseases by Ph.D. Chakraborty Tritha

By Ph.D. Chakraborty Tritha

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Early detection of this state and quick replacement of body fluid with an electrolyte solution can reverse DSS quite effectively. In the case of DHF, where high body temperature is also a concern, regulated doses of paracetamol (Tylenol) is a useful treatment. Dengue shock syndrome patients need to be closely observed for the onset of shock. Determination of hematocrit (the percent of whole blood composed of red blood cells) is important. It should be determined daily from the third day of illness.

Ensure replication of the genome 2. package the genome into virus particles 3. alter the metabolism of the infected cell so that viruses are produced As the first step, the virus attaches to the cell wall or cell membrane of the host cell. It has two options now: either send its nucleic acid into the host cell (like bacteriophages) or enter the cell with its protein coat intact. In either case, once inside, the nucleic acid has to replicate to form many copies of the virus. So the virus smartly hijacks the host cell’s transcription, translational, and replicative machinery, thereby ensuring its own propagation.

A few species are parasites of vertebrates, such as mammals and birds, and get into wounds or under the skin. Flies and mosquitoes are one of the most successful insect orders with perhaps 250,000 species. They are immensely important as transmitters of disease and parasites. Human diseases transmitted by flies and mosquitoes include: sleeping sickness (tsetse fly); malaria, filaria, yellow fever, dengue fever, Murray Valley encephalitis (mosquitoes); dysentery, ophthalmia, cholera, and typhoid fever (housefly).

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