Deadly Nipah virus prevention symptoms and treatment
The malignant virus is ‘Nipah’ vibrating the vibe. According to latest reports, the new disease, which has been breaking Kerala, has already hit 11 people and the death toll could rise. The Indian Journal of Virology said that the virus would be infected through infected pigs, other infected animals or contaminated fruits (eating half of the fruits ate by bats). In this context, let’s look at the advice of experts on the origin, expansion, diagnosis, and prevention of this virus.
According to the World Health Organization report, the virus was first identified in Malaysia in 1998. In Malaysia and Singapore, 100 people have died of this virus. Nipah virus (NIV) is a viral infection of the Paramyxoviridae species. This virus can also hurt people and animals. According to information provided by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the virus has previously been seen in India. Since 2001, Malaysia has been infected with Bangladesh. The CDC said that the virus has become known every year. Later in Siliguri, India, the virus was found to be suffering from another person.
Symptoms of the disease
This Nipah virus takes about 5 to 14 days to identify. Very rapid changes in the body afterward. Severe fever, respiratory problems, lobby, unconsciousness, the risk of going into a coma. In some cases, symptoms may include abdominal pain, vomiting, fatigue, and vague vision. The patient may go into a coma due to encephalitis that affects the brain if the disease progresses. But now there are some other features of doctors who treat the virus in Kerala. Fever, sadden breathlessness, seems to be suffering from BP in patients. There is no such treatment available at this time. However, Hendra disease treatment to horses in Australia, same treatment testing for Nipah virus.
How did that name come from?
Nipah was named after the virus first appeared in Sungai Nipah, a village in Malaysia. This virus was infected by some species of bats after the pigs. This snapshot is a zoonotic virus. This means that it can infect humans or cattle through air or saliva. But doctors say it is not a source of air. In 1999, farmers, who were close to cattle, identified these viruses in others. At that time 300 pigs partially fell into the virus and killed more than a hundred people. A total of 265 people were infected with this virus, and 40 percent died from diabetes. Ten million pigs were killed by the disease.
Experts said the virus was likely to be infected by eating fresh bats or eating baked fruits. Doctors warn that this is a lethal epidemic. Keeping the patient away, cleansing the hands and using the toilets, the patients use the clothes and the characters to keep them separate. We need to take care not to touch the dead body and move to the cemetery.