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  1. Dengue fever - Wikipedia

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    Dengue fever is a mosquito-borne tropical disease caused by the dengue virus. Symptoms typically begin three to fourteen days after infection. These may include a high fever, headache, vomiting, muscle and joint pains, and a characteristic skin rash. Recovery generally takes two to seven days.

    • Dengue Virus

      Dengue virus (DENV) is the cause of dengue fever.It is a...

  2. Dengue Fever (band) - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For the disease, see Dengue fever. Dengue Fever is an American band from Los Angeles who combine Cambodian rock and pop music of the 1960s and 70s with psychedelic rock and other world music styles.

    • 2001–present
    • Chhom Nimol, Zac Holtzman, Ethan Holtzman, Senon Williams, David Ralicke, Paul Smith
  3. 2019–2020 dengue fever epidemic - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from 2019 dengue fever epidemic) The 2019–2020 dengue fever epidemic is an epidemic of the infectious disease dengue fever in several countries of Southeast Asia, including the Philippines, Malaysia, Vietnam, and Bangladesh, Pakistan, Thailand, Singapore, and Laos.

    Country and territories
    2019(Cases)
    2019(Deaths)
    2020(Cases)
    2,225,461
    789
    794,565
    420,453
    1,565
    47,226
    320,702
    54
    20,673
    268,458
    191
    29,941
  4. Dengue fever (pronounced "DEN-gi") is a tropical infectious disease caused by the dengue virus. People get the dengue virus from mosquitoes. Dengue fever is also called break-bone fever, because it can cause so much pain that people feel like their bones are breaking. Most people with dengue fever can get better just by drinking enough.

  5. Dengue fever outbreaks - Wikipedia

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    • 2011
    • 2013
    • 2014

    As of 2010 dengue fever is believed to infect 50 to 100 million people worldwide a year with 1/2 million life-threatening infections. It dramatically increased in frequency between 1960 and 2010, by 30 fold. This increase is believed to be due to a combination of urbanization, population growth, increased international travel, and global warming. The geographical distribution is around the equator with 70% of the total 2.5 billion people living in endemic areas from Asia and the Pacific. Many of

    The first recognized dengue epidemics occurred almost simultaneously in Asia, Africa, and North America in the 1780s, shortly after the identification and naming of the disease in 1779. A pandemic began in Southeast Asia in the 1950s, and by 1975 DHF had become a leading cause of death among children in the region. The first case of DHF was reported in Manila around 1953 through 1954. A small child with dengue fever started to bleed uncontrollably. Other children then became victims to the new s

    Philippines dengue case load for Q1 2011 was some 5% higher than the preceding year, at 18,885 cases and 115 deaths. For 2011 until April 16, Brazil has recorded some 56,882 cases with 39 deaths, Paraguay with 27,000 cases and 31 deaths. A notable case was that of Trinidad and Tobago's first female Prime Minister, Kamla Persad-Bissessar, who was diagnosed with dengue fever in August 2011, prompting investigation into the possibility of an epidemic on the twin-island republic. In 2012 the Island

    Record dengue outbreaks reported in 2013 in many countries: Brazil, Singapore, and Thailand, among others. San Pedro Sula, Honduras declared a dengue 'state of emergency', and Central America had its worst outbreaks since 2008. Polynesia experienced an 'unprecedented' series of outbreaks, along with Chikungunya and Zika virus. In only 7 weeks, in Brazil some 205,000 cases of dengue were reported, a record. In Peru, nearly 400 cases have been reported until March 2013; two of them were fatal. Sin

    Dengue deaths have tripled in Malaysia until Feb 2014 over 2013, after tripling 2013 over 2012. Due to Typhoon Haiyan striking the Philippines early 2014, stagnant waters and heavy rain have been on constant watch due to mosquitoes breeding and causing epidemics around the area. Yoyogi Park in Tokyo became a breeding ground for dengue fever carrying mosquitoes. On September 2, the Japanese health ministry confirmed that 34 people had been infected. A study claims India has 6 million unreported d

  6. Fever, headache, muscle and joint pain, rash: ଆକ୍ରାନ୍ତ ସମୟ: 3–14 days after exposure: ଅବଧି: 2–7 days: କାରଣ: Dengue virus by Aedes mosquitos: ରୋଗ ନିର୍ଣ୍ଣୟ ପଦ୍ଧତି: Detecting antibodies to the virus or its RNA: ସଠିକ ରୋଗ ନିର୍ଣ୍ଣୟ

    • 3–14 days after exposure
    • /ˈdɛŋɡeɪ, -ɡi/
    • Fever, headache, muscle and joint pain, rash
    • Infectious disease
  7. Talk:Dengue fever - Wikipedia

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  8. Denguefeber – Wikipedia

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    Denguefeber (eller bara dengue) är en infektion som orsakas av dengue viruset och som överförs och sprids genom stickmyggor. En del av symptomen är feber, huvudvärk, mässlingsliknande hudutslag, muskelvärk och ledvärk, och smärtan kan vara mycket stor. Ibland utvecklas denguefeber till en av två livshotande varianter.