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A mosquito bite is not usually painful, but the itchiness that follows a bite can cause some discomfort. However, over the years, the numbers of dengue cases and fatalities reported have been quite alarming.
Dengue fever is an infectious tropical disease caused by the dengue virus transmitted by Aedes mosquitoes. It can progress to more a deadly form of the disease known as dengue haemorrhagic fever and cause death. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimated that 50-100 million people are infected by dengue fever every year globally and around three out of every 100 dengue infections are fatal.
Sudden onset of continuous high fever
Red rashes on skin
Acute pain at the bones, muscles, joints, eye-balls and head
Loss of appetite
Vomiting & headache
Bleeding from nose, gums and skin
Vaccine tests are still carried out and there is no specific treatment for dengue, but appropriate medical care frequently saves the lives of patients with the more serious dengue haemorrhagic fever. See a doctor immediately for diagnosis and treatment if you experience symptoms of dengue fever.
Are you sick and tired of being bothered by annoying mosquitoes when you are enjoying your outdoor activities? Here are some simple steps that can help to reduce your chances of being bitten.
Avoid dark colours - Do not wear dark colours as these attract insects.
Reduce exposed skin - Wear long sleeves, trousers, footwear and hats.
Avoid areas with water - Keep clear of slow moving or still / stagnant water.
Tuck trousers into socks - When hiking through bushes or rough grass and avoid brushing through long grass or bushes.
Call the experts at Rentokil to find out more about our mosquito control solutions at (65) 6347 8138 for your home or business premise.