• Key Learning points about Dengue  • Basic facts about Dengue  • Surveillance and control practices  • Communication and ...
Differentiation between DF &    Regional Approach                                             DHFInter-sectoral collaborat...
• Surveillance  – Reporting system  – Response teams• Control  – Standardized case management  – Prevention     • Health e...
   Mass media campaigns         Fear & uncertainty   Dengue day celebration       Source reduction   Community partic...
•   Standardized Referral system•   Patient Triage by nursing staff•   Composite monitoring charts•   Indoor Laboratory Su...
   Regional approach and sustained partnership   National Health Policy formulation   Target oriented Insecticide Spray...
Frequently Asked QuestionsQ:What are the symptoms of the disease?     High grade fever.     severe body aches and pains....
Frequently Asked QuestionsQ:Can some one suffer from dengue again?   YesQ:What are the warning signs for hospitalization?...
Frequently Asked QuestionsQ: How can I protect my self andfamily from dengue?     Use of mosquito repellants/ insecticida...
Frequently Asked QuestionsQ:What      is   the   role   of   cultural/herbalmedications      for   cure   of   dengue     ...
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Log FramePlanning             Indicators         Verification           Assumptions &Elements                             ...
Suggestions   Increase capacity of health care providers    to diagnose, monitor, treat and/or refer    cases   Strength...
Awareness for  dengue
Awareness for  dengue
Awareness for  dengue
Awareness for  dengue
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Awareness for dengue

  1. 1. • Key Learning points about Dengue • Basic facts about Dengue • Surveillance and control practices • Communication and behavior change • Case management practices • Policies, laws and Regulations • FAQs• Log Frame/Suggestions• Visit locations 5• Contact emails for follow up
  2. 2. Differentiation between DF & Regional Approach DHFInter-sectoral collaboration Judicious Monitoring Health communication & Fluid management Community participationIntegrated vector control & Research Vaccine development 6
  3. 3. • Surveillance – Reporting system – Response teams• Control – Standardized case management – Prevention • Health education, IVM, research 7
  4. 4.  Mass media campaigns  Fear & uncertainty Dengue day celebration  Source reduction Community participation  Live with Dengue Pursuance of stake  Reinforcement of holders behavior change 8
  5. 5. • Standardized Referral system• Patient Triage by nursing staff• Composite monitoring charts• Indoor Laboratory Support• CBC analysis protocols 9
  6. 6.  Regional approach and sustained partnership National Health Policy formulation Target oriented Insecticide Spray Law and regulation formulation 10
  7. 7. Frequently Asked QuestionsQ:What are the symptoms of the disease?  High grade fever.  severe body aches and pains.  Rash.Q: Is it a deadly disease?  No, if managed in time, curable,Q: Does dengue spread from person to person?  Mode of spread through mosquito bite. 11 13
  8. 8. Frequently Asked QuestionsQ:Can some one suffer from dengue again? YesQ:What are the warning signs for hospitalization? Deterioration of condition after settling of fever Giddiness Abdominal pain Persistent vomiting No urinary output for more than 4 hours 12
  9. 9. Frequently Asked QuestionsQ: How can I protect my self andfamily from dengue?  Use of mosquito repellants/ insecticidal sprays, reducing mosquito breeding places.Q: Is there any vaccine available?  Not yet.Q: What measures are needed toprevent dengue in community?  Public awareness  Use of larvaecidals and other 13 insecticides.
  10. 10. Frequently Asked QuestionsQ:What is the role of cultural/herbalmedications for cure of dengue e.g.papaya?  No scientific proven roleQ:What to avoid?  Red / coffee colored fluids, Asprin and Pain killers except paracetamol. 14
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  12. 12. Log FramePlanning Indicators Verification Assumptions &Elements Source RisksGoal:To reducedengue-relatedmortality &morbidityObjective: •Case Fatality •Notification & •PoliticalTo increase health Rate (CFR) of Surveillance commitmentworkers capacity DF/DHF reduced reports •Fundsto diagnose and to < 0.5% within •Institutional level •Case definition &treat 2 years clinical /death CFR •Average length auditing standardization of stay (ALS) in •Death records •Proper reporting hospital •Health facilities’ records 16
  13. 13. Suggestions Increase capacity of health care providers to diagnose, monitor, treat and/or refer cases Strengthening of primary health care system Standardized referral and notification system in public and private sectors Improve laboratory support Improve public awareness 17

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