What are the preventive measures for yellow fever?
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Sprays preventing spread of mosquito bites , housing in netted areas
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Symptoms . Arrhythmias, heart dysfunction . Bleeding (may progress to hemorrhage) . Coma . Decreased urination . Delirium . Fever . Headache . Jaundice . Muscle aches (myalgia) . Red eyes, face, tongue . Seizures . Vomiting . Vomiting blood
You prevent yellow fever by preventing people from being bitten by an infected mosquito. You can do this to a degree by use of mosquito netting, mosquito repellent, etc. Historically, it was most effectively done by eliminating mosquito breeding ponds, thus reducing or eliminating the population of …mosquitoes available to be infected. An effective vaccine against yellow fever is also available. (MORE)
We can prevent yellow fever with a vaccination or avoiding mosquitoes, as they cause it.
You get yellow fever from the bite of an infected female mosquito. The mosquito injects the yellow fever virus into the bite. It was most common in the 1850s-1950s. After mid-20th century, the availability of effective pesticides and of a vaccine greatly reduced the incidence of Yellow Fever.
anyone who isn't immune to yellow fever or hasn't received a vaccination is susceptible to yellow fever if bitten by a mosquito that has bitten a monkey or person carrying the virus. there was a massive yellow fever epidemic in 1793 in Philadelphia where over 5,000 people died and were thrown into d…itches so that it wouldn't be spread around. Then another one in Memphis in 1878 though not limited to those two cities. it is found all over the world and is responsible for 30,000 deaths annually in unvaccinated regions. (MORE)
Yellow Fever, also know as Yellow Jack or Yellow Plague, is spreadby female mosquitoes. It can only be caught by humans, otherprimates, and certain species of mosquitoes.
There is no cure for yellow fever. You either die or survive by drinking enough fluids that you do not go into shock.
\n. \nyellow fever is spread through mosquitos. mosquito bites infected person or monkey, then bits another person and that person has contracted virus.
Yellow Fever begins with a severe headache, sensitivity to light and a sense of apprehension (that something bad is going to happen). Then the fever begins and terrible body aches set in along with extreme dizziness. The victim then begins to vomit black blood uncontrollably. The tongue swells and t…he face flushes as the fever continues to rise. Some victims will begin to gradually recover at this stage. Others will see a continued high fever with delirium and heart palpitations. For some, the fever will suddenly drop and the person will feel very normal, as if they have recovered, but this almost always means the victim is going to die. During this 'normal' phase, any sudden exertion will almost always cause a heart attack in the victim and any food eaten will cause organ failure. After a short while during which the patient feels perfectly healthy, the fever will suddenly return with violent convulsions. The organs in the body shut down and just before the victim dies, jaundice turns the skin and eyes a deep golden-yellow, thus the name 'yellow fever'. (MORE)
yellow fever originates from Africa in monkeys. the virus is transmitted to people when a monkey carrying the virus is bitten by a female mosquito and that mosquito bites a person, transferring the virus over. the virus can not be spread from person to person by germs. only by mosquitos or something… like that. (MORE)
Panama Canal originally Africa. monkeys there were carrying the disease. mosquito bit the monkey and thus a carrier. mosquitos traveled on boats to the Americas. mosquito bit a person and thus introduced into the population. the panama canal was one incident. other incidents like the Memphis epide…mic were caused by boats that made stops in the Caribbean coming to US and bringing mosquitos and infected persons with them.. (MORE)
Mosquitoes feed on infected humans, or on primates (monkeys) which are less affected but are carriers. The mosquitoes carry the bacteria to others. Where there are no infected individuals, the disease does not exist (as in Asia). However, it is endemic in tropical areas of Africa and South America.
Here is the list of Government health centers in India Updated list of Government Yellow Fever Vaccination Centers withContact Information List of Yellow Fever Vaccination Centres (APHO - Airport Health Organization, PHO - Port Health Orgnization) 1. APHO, New Delhi - Tuesday & Thursday - 2:00 PM …- 4:00 PM -011-25655081 (O) 011-25655079 2. PHO, Chennai - Monday & Wednesday - 044-25260038 (O)044-25243939 (O) 044-25225858 3. PHO, Cochin - Wednesday & Friday - 10 AM - 02:30 PM -0484-2666060 (O) 0484-2666060 4. PHO, Visakhapatnam - Monday & Thursday - 10 AM - 01:30 PM* -0891-2562681 (O) 0891-2562681 5. PHO, Kandla Thursday 02839-270220 (O) 02839-270189 6. PHO, Kolkata Monday, Wednesday & Friday - 033-22230904 (O)033-22230435 7. APHO, Kolkata Tuesday & Thursday - 12:00 - 02:30 PM -09831047763 (M), 033-25119044 (O) 033-25119370 8. APHO, Mumbai Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday -Registration: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM - Vaccination timings: 12:00 - 02:00 PM 022-28392302 (O), 022-28322353 (O), 022-28392429 9. PHO, Marmagoa (Goa) - Thursday - 09:00 AM - 12:00 -0832-2520292(O) 0832-2520292 10. PHO, Mumbai Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday -10 AM - 02:30 PM - 022-22020027(O), 022-22612256, 022-22020814 11. General Hospital, Gandhinagar, Ahmedabad, Gujarat - Monday -09:00 AM - 12:00 - 079-23221931-32, 079-23221913, 079-2322733 12. Bhavsinhji (General) Hospital, Porbandar - Thursday - 9:30 AM -12:30 PM 09099079101 (M), 0286-2242910, 0286-242910 13. Armed Force Clinic, Dalhousie Road, New Delhi - Monday - Friday- 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM 011-23019405 011-23792356 14. A.M.C., Health E.P.I. Department, Ahmedabad - Tuesday &Thursday - 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM 09327038840 (M), 079-25390651 (O), 079-25390651 15. MCD, Public Health Department, Civic Centre, New Delhi - Monday& Friday - 10:00 AM - 12:00 09313558436 (M), 011-23226913, 011-23226920 16. Urban Health Centre, Panaji, Goa - Every 2nd & 4thWednesday of month - 09:00 AM - 1:00 PM 09011025021 (M), 0832-2225668, 0832-2225646, 0832-2225561,0832-2225538 17. Public Health Institute, Sheshadri Road, Bengaluru - Wednesday- 10:30 AM - 12:00 080-22210248, 080-22213824, 080-22277389 18. Dr. RMLH, New Delhi Wednesday - 10 AM - 11.30 AM, Saturday 9.30AM - 11.00 AM 09818118398 (M), 011-23404668, 011-23361164 19. AIIH&PH, C.R. Avenue, Kolkata - Friday 11:00 AM- 01:00 PM -033-22412888 033-22418717 20. Treatment Centre, Central Research Institute, Kasauli, HP -Monday & Thursday 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM 01792-272538, 01792-273209, 01792-272016 21. Health Department, International Inoculation Centre, MandirMarg, New Delhi - Wednesday & Friday 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM 09811547118 (M), 011-23362284, 011-23742752 22. Commandant, Base Hospital, Delhi Cantt. PO Kirby Place, Delhi -Monday-Friday - 08:00 AM - 01:00 PM 011-25693422, 011-25693423, 011-25281531 23. King Institute of Preventive Medicine and Research, Guindy,Chennai - Friday 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM 044-22501520, 044-22501521, 09940175654 (M), 044-22501263 24. Balrampur Hospital, Lucknow (U.P.) - Thursday 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM 09335281326 (M) 0522-2629949 25. Institute of Preventive Medicine, Public Health, Labs and Food(Health) Admn., Narayanaguda, Hyderabad - Tuesday and Friday -09:00 AM - 02:00 PM 09441152515 (M), 040-27557728, 040-27567894 26. Guru Gobind Singh Govt. Hospital, Jamnagar - Monday andThursday - 03:00 PM - 05:00 PM 09426233477 (M), 0288-2554629, 0288-2679592 27. Station Health Organisation (Navy), Old Navy Nagar, Colaba,Mumbai-400005 Daily only for serving persons - 09:00 AM - 1:00 PM* 09757403517 (M), 022-22152080 (O), 022-22152080 * Contact the centre before visiting vaccination centre. Source Advisory: The list is provided on an as is basis, no guarantees canbe made regarding its accuracy. Government numbers are notoriouslydifficult to reach, so please be patient. For private vaccination (this is not approved by the government ofIndia), you can contact the following centers Dr. Gaurav Gupta TravelSafe Clinic, Chandigarh SCF 85 (FF), Phase - 7 Mohali - 160061 Email: Dr. Gaurav m email@example.com Office Hours: Mon - Sat: 9:30 am to 1:30 pm 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm Sunday Closed TravelSafe Clinic - NOIDA Dr (Maj Gen) Rishi K Gupta, MBBS( AIIMS), MD( Paed) Ex Prof & HOD Paed AFMC Pune H. no. 436, Sector 28 NOIDA. U.P. (National Capital Region, Delhi) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Please contact us during regular office hours on 91-120-2453202,91-9810806594 TravelSafe Clinic, Mumbai Nathani Clinic, Office No. 2, Vikas Center, Wadavali, C. G. road, (near Basant Cinema) Chembur, Mumbai 400074 Email: email@example.com Office Hours: By appointments between 1000 and 1200 and 1800 and2000, Mondays through Saturdays. Sunday Closed Directions: We are located opposite Borla society and behindAnokhi. Please contact Malini- 9867694813 for appointments (MORE)
YELLOW FEVER VACCINATION . Below are the addresses and the procedure for yellow fever vaccination. . The following countries are regarded as yellow fever endemic : Africa : Angola, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo (Zaire)…, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Ivory Coast (Cote D'Ivoire), Kenya, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan (South of 15" N), Togo, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia. America: Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela, Panama.. Foreign nationals residing or who have passed through the Yellow fever endemic countries during the preceding six days, are granted visas only after the production of vaccination certificate of Yellow Fever. After checking the vaccination certificate an entry read as "Valid Yellow fever Vaccination Certificate Checked" is made in the passport of the foreigner.. A yellow fever vaccination certificate is valid only if it conforms with the model. The validity period of international certificate of vaccination or re-vaccination against yellow fever is 10 years, beginning 10 days after vaccination.. Remember: . Public Health Institutes are run by the respective state governments and the Yellow Fever Vaccination that you take from these institutes is highly subsidized. If you are going to buy the vaccination from a Medical Shop/Chemist Shop, it costs you five times more than what these Public Health Institutes are offering. . Address of Health Institute in India: . Bangalore (Karnataka State, India). Public Health Institute (Opp: S.J.Polytechnique college), Near Atria Hotel / K.R Circle, Bangalore-560001, Karnataka state, India. Telephone Number from India: 080-22210248 (very near to Maharani College) Days: Wednesday as per appointment given . Note:- In Bangalore you need to register the name (There is no registration fee) minimum a day in advance, and the vaccination will be given only for a group of 10 people together, else it is not possible for them to open a vaccination bottle. It is given only on Wednesday (every week) (if not a public holiday). Please carry your original Passport, Yellow Fever Booklet (you may get the booklet any recognized travel agency by paying few Rupees, approximately Fifty Indian Rupees), 2ml disposable syringe, needs to be carried by the passenger, fee Rs 260 Indian Rupees only (Please carry exact amount) Do not give any money to any persons inside the hospital. After paying money (Rupees 260) and after taking injection, do not pay any money to anyone, but obtain a receipt for the amount that you have paid (Rupees 260 only). If you do not get the Yellow Fever Booklet from a travel agency, it does not matter; the hospital will provide you the Booklet. But remember, there is no separate money to register or for the booklet, you must pay only Two hundred and sixty Indian Rupees only. You need to call on Monday or Tuesday for an appointment, to take injection on Wednesday.. Chennai (Tamil Nadu State, India). Port Trust Hospital / Institute college Paris, Opposite to Customs office CTC: 044-25260038 Days: Mon / Wed / before 12:00 Hrs as per appointment given Kings Institute Guindy, Behind SPIC, Chennai. CTC: 044-22341026 Days: Fri / before 12:00 Hrs as per appointment given. Delhi . Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital. Room No. 11 & 12 Tel: 2336 5525 Timings: Wed & Sat 11:00 To 12:30 Hrs International Inoculation Center Mandir Marg, New Delhi - 110001 Tel: 2336 2284 Timings: Wed & Fri: 13:30 To 14:00 Hrs. Mumbai (Maharastra State, India). The Seamens Clinic Down town office (Near G.P.O.Vaju Kotak Marg) Tel:22612256 Timings: Mon - Fri: 14:00 To 16:00 Hrs International Office (Near arrival terminal) Tel: 2682 8991 Timings: Mon - Fri: 15:00 To 16:00 Hrs. Hyderabad . Institute of Preventive Medicine (Blood Bank), YMCA Compound, Next to Madapati Hanumanta Rao High School, Narayanaguda, Hyderabad, Andra Pradesh State, India. phone: 040-27567892 Days: Tuesday: 10:00 To 13:00 Hrs. Please Note: For getting Yellow Fever Vaccination in Htederabad at the above mentioned institute please refer website: www.ipm.ap.nic.in. Health:- . Yellow Fever - anyone (except infants up to the age of six months) arriving by air or sea without a certificate is detained in isolation for up to six days if that person. Arrives within six days of departure from an infected area, or . Has been in such an area is transit (excepting those passengers and members of the crew who, while in transit through an airport situated in an infected area, remained within the airport premises during the period of their entire stay and the health officer agrees to such exemption), or . Has come on a ship that started from or touched at any port in a Yellow Fever infected area up to 30 days before its arrival in India, unless such a ship has been disinfected in accordance with the procedure laid down by WHO, or . Has come by an aircraft which has been in an infected area and has not been disinfected in accordance with the provisions laid down in the Indian Aircraft Public Health Rules, 1954 or those recommended by WHO . The following countries and areas are regarded as infected:. (a) Africa:- Angola, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Dem. Rep. of Congo, Ivory coast, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome & Principe, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, Togo, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia.. (b) America:- Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Panama, Peru, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela.. Note: When a case of Yellow Fever is reported from any country, that country is regarded by the government of India as infected with the. Yellow Fever and is Added to the above list. Vaccination centres For Yellow Fever For International Travellers . Delhi: . Health Organization, Palam Airport. (Tue. and Thursday 1400 - 1600 hrs) Tel. 3295507.. Public Health Laboratory, Municipal Corporation, Town Hall, Alipur Road, Mon & Fri 1000 - 1200 hrs. Tel. 252 2058. Dr. Ram Manohar Lolia Hospital (Wed & Sat 1100 to 1300 hrs) Tel: 3365525 / 3735337 International Inoculation Centre, Mandir Marg, New Delhi - 110001 Mumbai: Health Office, Mumbai Airport. Port Health Organisation, Seamens Medical Examination Organization, Nav Bhawan. Calcutta: (West Bengal State, India). All India Institute of Hygiene and Public Health.. Health Organization, Dum Dum Airport.. Port Health Organization.. Cochin: (Kerala State, India) Port Health Organization. Goa: Urban Health Organization, Panaji.. Hyderabad: (Andra Pradesh State, India) Institute of Preventive Medicine. Jamnagar: (Gujrath State, India) Irwin Hospital. Kandla: Port Health Organization.. Kasauli: Central Research Institute. Lucknow: (Uttar Pradesh State, India) Balrampur Hospital. Chennai: King Institute of Preventive Medicine, Guindy.. Port Health Officer / Assistant Port Health Officer / Assistant Airport Health Officer, Port Health Organization.. Marmugao: (Goa State, India) Port Health Organization. Porbandar: (Gujrath State, India) Office of the Civil Surgeon. Pune: (Maharastra State, India) Department of Preventive & Social Medicine, BJ Medical College. Vishakhapatamam: (Andra Pradesh State, India) Port Heath Organization.. The above information is compiled by: (On 21 January 2009 Wednesday). Mr. Salu D' Souza, Bangalore, Karnataka State, India. (MORE)
Yellow fever is a disease spread by the bite of a female mosquito.The virus that causes Yellow Fever is an RNA virus of the genusFlavivirus.
Yellow Fever is spread by mosquitos, so the best way to prevent infection is to prevent mosquito bites. Wear long sleeves and long pants, avoid being outside in mosquito infested areas in the morning and evening when mosquitos are most active, use mosquito netting at night when there are not screens… on the windows, etc.. There is also a vaccine.. Yellow Fever is predominately in Africa and South America. (MORE)
Yellow fever is associated with toxic hepatic necrosis, which means that liver damage occurs. This causes a build up of bilirubin in a patients body, which gives skin/eyes a yellow appearance, known as jaundice or icterus.
If you catch yellow fever, you get a sudden fever and headache. If the yellow fever turns into a bad case, you then become extremely tired and get bleeding into the skin, slow heartbeat, back pains, and vomiting. About half the people who get bad cases die. Typically, people infected with dengue v…irus are asymptomatic (80%) or only have mild symptoms such as an uncomplicated fever. Other go to a complicated stage with a rash and hemorrhage. (MORE)
Yellow fever has that name because about 15% of the cases progress to a toxic phase including liver damage and jaundice. Jaundice causes the skin to turn yellow, hence the name.
No, you can get yellow fever only from the bit of an infected female mosquito.
Benjamin Rush was a doctor who was trusted to help cure the yellow fever. his treatments ended up killing most of his patients. he used bloodletting, taking half of the blood from your body. if that didn't work, he tried to have the patient purge the disease.
Benjamin Rush was a great and selfless man who actually treated patients with yellow fever in 1793. He was a physician who lived in Philadelphia. When the there was a yellow fever epidemic in Philadelphia he worked tirelessly to care for patients and to prevent spread of the disease. He also kept de…tailed records of what he found out from the patients, hoping that his research might help find a cure. (MORE)
Transmitted by mosquitoes, yellow fever is a tropical viral disease that damages the liver and kidneys by causing fever and jaundice. Yellow fever is often fatal.
From CDC.gov website: Why is yellow fever not found in the United States presently? Has it not occurred in the past? The last yellow fever epidemic in the United States occurred in New Orleans in 1905. Yellow fever is primarily transmitted by Aedes aegypti mosquitoes. This particular type …of mosquito is currently only found in the southern United States. For yellow fever to be introduced into the country, someone who is very recently infected with yellow fever has to visit or live in a location inhabited by Aedes aegypti mosquitoes. Then, that person has to be bitten by an Aedes aegypti mosquito that then bites and infects another person. This would have to happen many times for an outbreak of yellow fever to occur. Low occurrence of yellow fever world wide makes the introduction of yellow fever into the U.S. less likely. Additionally, many Americans are able to use preventative measures and secure their homes with tight fitting screens and air conditioning to prevent their exposure to mosquitoes. (MORE)
The number of countries in which a person (and some other animals) can get Yellow Fever is increasing. To find out if there is an exposure risk in a country or region of a country, check the CIA Report for the country in question
No. the species of mosquito that carries it is aedes aegypti, its stomach is more of a red.
Yellow Fever and Dengue fever are caused by viruses in the Flavivirus family. They are related but they are very different. Dengue viruses are transmitted by mosquitoes from infected people to healthy people. Yellow fever virus is also transmitted by mosquitoes from sick people to healthy people but… may also be transmitted from infected monkeys to healthy monkeys or people. (MORE)
No where in gurgaon only in Delhi at following places DELHI Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre Airport Authority of India Quarters T1 Building Near Mahipalpur Fly Over Ph : 011 - 2565 2129 Timings = 2-4PM (Registrations from 10AM, best to register early asit's only done in batches of 10..) Day = Tu…e/Thu Public Health Laboratory Municipal Corporation, Town Hall, Alipur Road Timings: Fri :1000 - 1200 hrs Tel: 2397 2058 Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital. Room No. 11 & 12 Timings: Wed & Sat 1100 to 1230 hrs Tel: 2336 5525 International Inoculation Center Mandir Marg, New Delhi - 110001 Timings: Wed & Fri : 1330 to 1400 hrs Tel: 2336 2284 TravelSafe Clinic - NOIDA Dr (Maj Gen) Rishi K Gupta, MBBS( AIIMS), MD( Paed) Ex Prof & HOD Paed AFMC Pune H. no. 436, Sector 28 NOIDA. U.P. (National Capital Region, Delhi) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Please contact us during regular office hours on 91-120-2453202,91-9810806594 INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL HEALTH & VACCINE CLINIC 101,ATLANTIC PLAZA, PLAZA MARKET , VASUNDHARA ENCLAVE , DELHI-110096 .EMAIL - email@example.com PH- 22614910;22619567;09873691351 TIMINGS- 10.30 AM -1.00 PM & 6.30PM-8.30 PM ( Mon-Sat ) (MORE)
This got easily at the Government or municipal hospitals, here it is cheaper then the chemists.
yellow fever is caused by disease carrying mosquitoes called Coquillettidia fuscopennata there are shots you can get to prevent yellow fever in your body but they had not invented it in 1793
It can be called yellow fever because your eyes could turn yellow where it is usually white. Also, it could be called yellow fever because your skin turns pale yellow.
Five to ten percent of all diagnosed cases of yellow fever are fatal. Jaundice occurring during a yellow fever infection is an extremely grave predictor. Twenty to fifty percent of these patients die of the infection
first they take the blue fever and red fever to make the purple fever where they take a sample a cow urine to give it the yellow color and before u know it...your natural green feces will not b yellow
It is thought that the disease originated in Africa and spread to the Americas in the 17th and 18th centuries through trading ships. The flavivirus that causes yellow fever was first identified in 1928
the virus responsible for yellow fever requires an intermediate vector, a mosquito, which carries the virus from one host to another.
Only at Port Trust Hospital, Kochi. Port Trust hospitals are the authorised people for giving the Stamaril vaccine and the yellow card. There are other hospitals in tvm where u can get the vaccination, but they may not give u the yellow card.
the vaccination was invented by max theiler and you prevent getting yellow fever by getting the vaccination.
the examination of blood by various techniques in order to demonstrate either yellow fever viral antigens (the part of the virus that stimulates the patient's immune system to respond) or specific antibodies
It affects the heart, kidneys, glands, liver, adrenal glands. When the liver is damaged, there is interference in the blood-clotting, which causes major problems in the body... this is how it kills
The disease is not spread directly from person to person.It is spread by the bite of an infective Aedes Aegypti Mosquito.A Mosquito the bites a person with yellow fever within the first the first five days of illness may transmit the disease to other people it bites later.
Yellow Fever begins with a severe headache, sensitivity to light and a sense of apprehension (that something bad is going to happen). Then the fever begins and terrible body aches set in along with extreme dizziness. The victim then begins to vomit black blood uncontrollably. The tongue swells and t…he face flushes as the fever continues to rise. Some victims will begin to gradually recover at this stage. Others will see a continued high fever with delirium and heart palpitations. For some, the fever will suddenly drop and the person will feel very normal, as if they have recovered, but this almost always means the victim is going to die. During this 'normal' phase, any sudden exertion will almost always cause a heart attack in the victim and any food eaten will cause organ failure. After a short while during which the patient feels perfectly healthy, the fever will suddenly return with violent convulsions. During this stage, some people become deeply delirious and try to get out of their beds and flee the hospital. The organs in the body shut down and just before the victim dies, jaundice turns the skin and eyes a deep golden-yellow, thus the name 'yellow fever'. There is no known cure for Yellow Fever, although there are some treatments that can be helpful. (MORE)
It has always been prevalent in tropical areas. There was an epidemic in the US in 1793. Currently, vaccines are available before traveling to areas where it still exists.
King Institute,Guindy,chennai In trichy and other cities of tamilnadu Hope Hospitals arranges for the yellow card. Hope Hospitals arranges for vaccination too...call 09373111709
As of DEC 2011: Out of all the medical facilities in Bahrain, the yellow fever shot is ONLY given at the (Sheikh) Sabah Al-Salem Health Center in Bahrain.
A classic feature of Yellow Fever is Hepatitis, which is the reason for the yellow coloring of the skin and the name of the disease.
It is not called yellow fever which is another disease. Yellowfever cause jaundice. The skin and whites of the eyes are yellow.
Yellow fever virus is mainly transmitted through the bite of theyellow fever mosquito Aedes aegypti, but other mostly Aedesmosquitoes such as the tiger mosquito (Aedes albopictus) can alsoserve as a vector for this virus. Like other arboviruses which aretransmitted by mosquitoes, the yellow fever vi…rus is taken up by afemale mosquito when it ingests the blood of an infected human orother primate. Viruses reach the stomach of the mosquito, and if the virusconcentration is high enough, the virions can infect epithelialcells and replicate there. From there, they reach the haemocoel(the blood system of mosquitoes) and from there the salivaryglands. When the mosquito next sucks blood, it injects its saliva into thewound, and the virus reaches the bloodstream of the bitten person.Transovarial and transstadial transmission of the yellow fevervirus within A. aegypti, that is, the transmission from a femalemosquito to her eggs and then larvae, are indicated. This infectionof vectors without a previous blood meal seems to play a role insingle, sudden breakouts of the disease. (MORE)
mine was 165 dollars I had mine done in the west midlands and it cost Â£65, not sure what that is in $
There is no single pill to cure typhoid and yellow fever. You havea pill to cure typhoid but no pill to cure the yellow fever. Yellowfever is a viral infection and there is no specific pill for thesame.
Yellow Fever has been seen as a dangerous disease from as far back as the 17th century. It was probably at its most prevalent in the 19th century with a major epidemic. It is still reckoned to effect up to 200,000 people a year today even with vaccinations.