DISEASES TRANSMITTED BY VECTORS INCLUDE
There is a constant increase in the number of diseases that vectors are carrying nowadays, not to mention the ever changing and progressing adaptability of the viruses and bacteria that they carry. Some diseases has even started to become rare because of the great progress in the evolution of bacteria namely – Japanese encephalitis, plague, yellow fever and typhus. While others has already seem to have disappeared in the diseases scene, some seem to be re-emerging in a greater way such as trypanosomiasis. While other diseases are spread due to the very evident change of climate over the whole earth such as dengue, lyme disease, chikungunya and etc. Let us briefly walk you through the different diseases that can be transmitted by the vectors that we have today.
Malaria is one of the main concerns when it comes to diseases by people who tend to travel a lot in the very tropical and subtropical countries in the world. It’s one of the viruses that are known to project a very fatal outcome to its victim. This disease is the effect of unicellular blood-dwelling parasites that are transmitted by one mosquitoes from host to hosts.
The famous Chikungunya Virus is known to be brought by what is called Alphavirus. The virus is only transmitted to human beings through a bite of a genus mosquito called Aedes which is actually a diurnal vector. This disease is known to be very blatant in the countries of Southeast Asia, Africa and even in the subcontinent of India. Chikungunya Virus is also known to progress through the form of outbreaks. While the disease seem to be so blatant, it come sometimes go unnoticed. Usually, the first few symptoms of this virus is that a person whose acquired it will have fever along with severe joints and muscle pain. While it may be tagged as a fever, it can still lead to death due to the other effects the virus can cause.
This illness is caused by a vector called the Flavivirus which is still undergoing through a very powerful resurgence. It is also transferred by mosquitoes through biting on their hosts called the genus Aedes which are known to reproduce simply anywhere that has a stagnant water. The disease is often called for in the areas of Australia, Indian Ocean, Caribbean, Oceania, Australia, Southeast Asia, America and in some parts of Africa.
This disease is also caused the Flavivirus, also transmitted through a mosquito bite in the Aedes genus family. Originally, this virus’ natural host are the monkeys living in the forests of which was only transmitted accidentally to humans civilization. The disease is known to have an endemic-sporadic pattern that affects a lot of tropical and subtropical countries of both South America and Africa.
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