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 GROUP MEMBERS: 1. Sharzin Shavina Reza 2. Arham Rafid 3. Moshiur Rahman 4. Zahra Razzak 5. Uzma
 Dengue is a Disease or feverwhich is transmitted byMosquito (Aedes aegypti).Also known as BackboneFever. It results in ...
•AedesAegypti •AedesAlbopictus
•The Aedes aegypti eggs lastfor 2-7 days and hatch whensubmerged in water•The hatched larvae feed onmicroscopic organisms ...
 Only the female Aedes mosquitoes bite andtake in blood to produce and develop eggs The mosquito becomes infective 7 day...
 Type 1Virus Type 2Virus Type 3Virus Type 4Virus These viruses vary genetically based ondifferent geographic locations
 Chills Headache Low backache Rashes High temperature Low heart rate andlow BP Pain in joints
 The mosquito is attracted by the body odors,CO2 and heat emitted from animals or humans Aedes are day-biters, most acti...
Flower Pots Collar of the toilet bowlRoad side drainCanvas sheets Air-con tray
•Dengue has emerged radicallythroughout the world in the lastcentury.•Dengue was considered a ruraldisease before 1960. Bu...
 Change water in vases/ bowls every other day. Checking landscape structures for any waterretention & mosquito breeding ...
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  1. 1.  GROUP MEMBERS: 1. Sharzin Shavina Reza 2. Arham Rafid 3. Moshiur Rahman 4. Zahra Razzak 5. Uzma
  2. 2.  Dengue is a Disease or feverwhich is transmitted byMosquito (Aedes aegypti).Also known as BackboneFever. It results in the acute febrileillness known as DengueFever (DF) It may also cause the life-threatening DengueHaemorrhagic Fever (DHF) orDengue Shock Syndrome(DSS)
  3. 3. •AedesAegypti •AedesAlbopictus
  4. 4. •The Aedes aegypti eggs lastfor 2-7 days and hatch whensubmerged in water•The hatched larvae feed onmicroscopic organisms inwater and last for 4 days•The larvae enter the pupaestage where they don’t feedand develop into adult after 2days•The adult mosquito lays eggsthree days after biting andtaking in blood and the cyclestarts again
  5. 5.  Only the female Aedes mosquitoes bite andtake in blood to produce and develop eggs The mosquito becomes infective 7 days afterit has bitten a person carrying the virus Peak biting is at dawn and dusk The average life span of a mosquito ingeneral is 2 weeks The mosquito can lay eggs three times in itslifetime (approx. 100 eggs each time)
  6. 6.  Type 1Virus Type 2Virus Type 3Virus Type 4Virus These viruses vary genetically based ondifferent geographic locations
  7. 7.  Chills Headache Low backache Rashes High temperature Low heart rate andlow BP Pain in joints
  8. 8.  The mosquito is attracted by the body odors,CO2 and heat emitted from animals or humans Aedes are day-biters, most active during dawnand dusk. The female Aedes mosquito searches forsuitable places to lay their eggs.
  9. 9. Flower Pots Collar of the toilet bowlRoad side drainCanvas sheets Air-con tray
  10. 10. •Dengue has emerged radicallythroughout the world in the lastcentury.•Dengue was considered a ruraldisease before 1960. But now it isconsidered a potential threat inseveral countries•The tropical and sub-tropicalcountries of the globe are at risk ofDengue transmission
  11. 11.  Change water in vases/ bowls every other day. Checking landscape structures for any waterretention & mosquito breeding regularly. Wearing shoes, socks, long pants, longsleeved shirt. Using mosquito repellents▪ Mosquito Coils▪ Mosquito nets

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