Dengue awr

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Dengue awr

  1. 1. • Vector borne viral disease• Caused by Dengue virus (4 serotypes)• Spread by Aedes mosquito bite •Aedes aegypti •Aedes albopictus• 2.5 billion at risk globally• 1.8 billion resides in Asia Pacific region• Highest mortality during initial period ofoutbreak
  2. 2.  Unplanned urbanization Poor water storage Un satisfactory sanitary conditions Trade and travel Increased population
  3. 3.  Active disease surveillance -Laboratory diagnosis -clinical classification DF,DHF/ DSS Information Exchange -network system for timely national and international cooperation Capacity building: training staff for -laboratory diagnosis -case management, doctors and nurses -vector surveillance and control
  4. 4.  Job description of surveillance staff  (Surveillance and Rapid Response Team, SRRT) Data generation & flow Data analysis & reporting Data utilization for action SRRT at hospital level also 5
  5. 5.  Standard case definitions Early Case detection (Tourniquet-Test etc) Effective triage system Specific admission & discharge criteria Strong referral system 6
  6. 6.  Standardized formats -on line Vector & habitat identification Vector monitoring indices Weekly vector surveillance Regular vector survey twice a year Special vector surveillance in high risk areas 7
  7. 7.  Source reduction (predominantly) Biological control (Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis, Bti & larvivorous fish) Chemical control (fogging , IRS, larvicide) Use of detergents at home Personal Protection ( Repellents, detergents, lemon extract etc) 8
  8. 8. Chemical Control• Adult control : mass fogging ofadulticide• Add temephos into all containersused for water storage.
  9. 9. Biological control• Larvivorous fish (guppy)• Bti(Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis)
  10. 10.  Repellents against mosquitoes  Repellents on skin or clothing  Mosquito coils  Vapourising mats  Liquid vapouriser  Household insecticides Insecticide impregnated materials
  11. 11. Insecticide impregnated nets,LLINs
  12. 12.  Electronic & Print media Computer games & cartoon movies Dengue days (Annually, weekly) School curriculum, Competitions , quiz Road shows & walks, color codes 13
  13. 13. Dengue CampaignACTIVITIES TV Program Community Participation
  14. 14.  Communicable disease notification law Fine to Larvae positive house 16
  15. 15.  Bti and detergents Insecticide resistance vaccine development vector biology repellents 17
  16. 16. Planning Elements Indicators Verification Source Assumptions & RisksGoalTo reduce theburden of denguefrom PunjabObjectivesTo build an effective • Data flow regulated MIS DGHS Report • Fundingsurveillance system from all levels by mid • Politicalfor dengue 2012 commitmentprevention & • Timely alerts by mid • Inter-sectoralcontrol in Punjab 2012 coordinationPurposeTo improve the data • Number of health facilities MIS DGHS Report • Fundingquality utilizing online data entry by • Political mid 2012 commitment • Number of health care • Inter-sectoral workers achieving >70% in coordination post training assessment by mid 2012 Research & Surveillance Group
  17. 17.  Research based policies & effective surveillance system Probable case definition OPD management to be improved Training of GPs and private hospitals` staff Capacity building of BHUs and RHCs staff Policy makers and public representatives involvement Inter-sectoral linkages Public awareness and health education Develop laws to minimize the associated/risk factors

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