DENGUE IN PAKISTAN, PUBLIC HEALTH MODELS, DEMOGRAPHIC AND SOCIOECONOMIC CONCERNS OF THE GLOBAL THREAT
Keywords:Dengue, Public health, Aedes, Pakistan
This task offers basic assessment on Dengue in Pakistan as contemporary medical condition utilizing general wellbeing related models, hypotheses and other philosophical viewpoints. Although there is insufficient epidemiological, statistical, and other research data and work on Dengue in Pakistan, this project discusses nearly all of the data to support our concerns. Dengue fever continues to be a significant issue, resulting in catastrophes all over the world, even in the modern human era, when space exploration has become a business. From October to the end of December or the beginning of January in Pakistan, female mosquitoes Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus, which feed indoors and outdoors in fresh water, spread this seasonal infection. In warm climate regions, dengue fever is spread by mosquito bites carrying one of the four viral serotypes (DENV-1, DENV-2, DENV-3, DENV-4). The illness duration of dengue fever patients can range from four to seven days. Its side effects incorporate second rate fever to dangerous high grade hemorrhagic fever alongside torment in various pieces of body and red spots on entire body prompting fatalities while possibly not appropriately made due.