International Journal of Mosquito Research
Vol. 7, Issue 6, Part A (2020)
Epidemiological and clinical manifestation of dengue virus infection: A Recent Report of 2018 from District Battagram Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
Author(s): Sohail Ahmad, Faheem Anwar, Imran Ullah, Mehran Alam, Jawad Khan, Abid-ur-Rehman, Fawad Ali and Rizwan Ullah
Abstract: Dengue virus infection is a human-associated vector-borne disease that spreads in all regions of the world. Dengue belongs to family Flaviviridae contain single stranded Positive sense RNA. It has particular vector for spreading of Disease (Aedes aegypti & Aedes albopictus). The retrospective study was conducted in 2018 from September to December the main objective of the current research to evaluate problems linked with dengue virus fewer infection in district Battagram. The dengue patient visited District Head Quarter Hospital of district Battagram from different area of Battagram. The patient was kept in separate ward dengue patient’s full consideration is given them by the hospital staff. The suspected patients were screened for DENV NS1 ICT immune chromatographic technique. The ICT were coated by combined NS1 antigen both antibodies IgG and IgM. A total of 95 patient are positive have infected by dengue virus the more ratio of male (14.50%) as compare to females (5.46%) are less infected. The prevalence of DENV were age group 16 to 35 48.42% years. In present study dengue fever infection was in highest in October (41.04%) due to the post monsoon rain season. Furthermore patients 43.14% had platelets countless 100000cmm which may be critical dangerous for heath. On light of this study, we recommend that proper administration and management in the government sector be needed and that adequate funds be raised and well-equipped laboratories with properly qualified technicians be trained.
How to cite this article:
Sohail Ahmad, Faheem Anwar, Imran Ullah, Mehran Alam, Jawad Khan, Abid-ur-Rehman, Fawad Ali, Rizwan Ullah. Epidemiological and clinical manifestation of dengue virus infection: A Recent Report of 2018 from District Battagram Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. Int J Mosq Res 2020;7(6):05-08.