MALARIA

Apr 5, 2017,

Malaria is a life threatening disease that is transmitted through the bite of an infected mosquito.

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YOU NEED TO KNOW:

Malaria is probably the only infection that can be treated in just 3days,yet that kills millions every year.

     

These are the common symptoms:

-Fever

-Chills&Rigor

-Sweats

-Headaches

-Nausea and vomiting.

-Body aches 

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WHY IS MALARIA DANGEROUS?

If left untreated,it could lead to:

-Shortage of blood

-Jaundice 

-Seizure

-Unconciousness

-Eventually Death.

                 Weakness and Fatigue                                                Kidney problems 

                  

Dehydration which could end up in shock        Severe infection of the brain (Cerrebral malaria)

 

Malaria is endemic throughout most of the tropics.

Studies has shown malaria is the 5th cause of death from infectious diseases worldwide. 

40% of world's population lives in endemic areas. 

95 countries and territories have ongoing transmission.Approximately 3.2billion people living in malarious countries and 1.25billion are at risk.

It results to about 1.5-2.7million death annually(90%of Africa).

Malaria is deadly,its no respecter of age.

EVERY 10-30 SECOND A CHILD DIES OF MALARIA!

Don't ignore the symptoms.Avoid delays and get a doctor informed.

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