Dengue fever is an acute-viral infection, which gets transmitted by the bite of an infected female Aedes aegypti mosquito. One of the most common arthropod borne viruses, there is no vaccine available to prevent dengue virus from spreading.
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The best approach towards preventing the dengue fever is to take precautions in order to avoid being bitten by the aedes aeqypti mosquito. The necessary precautions to prevent infection are as follows:
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Dengue fever, which begins as a minor febrile illness, can develop into a fatal dengue hemorrhagic fever. The condition usually resolves without treatment, but it is also referred to as ‘break bone fever’, owing to its sudden onset. Because there is no standard medical treatment available, it is highly advisable to take precautions to restrict the progression of dengue fever into a fatal disease.
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