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Dengue Virus Vaccines

It is estimated that about 100 million cases of infection by Dengue virus occur each year and that nearly half the world’s population is at risk of Dengue virus infection. At present, no vacci...


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Dengue fever and chikungunya: identification in travellers

With travel to the tropics more common than ever before, viral infections such as dengue fever and chikungunya should be suspected in travellers who develop a fever and fatigue.

University of Queensland scientists identify potential treatment for dengue fever

Scientists at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, have identified similarities in how the body reacts to mosquito-borne dengue virus and bacterial infections, marking a significant brea...

Sepsis Drugs Treat Dengue Fever Symptoms

Dengue fever develops in millions of people each year but there's still no effective approved treatment out there for them. Now, Australian researchers have moved the world one step closer

Dengue fever outbreak infects thousands in war-torn Yemen

SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Thousands of people have been diagnosed with dengue fever in southern Yemen, where fighting has raged for months between Shiite rebels and their opponents, international organiz...

Delhi hospitals are told not to turn away patients with suspected dengue fever

A 3 year old girl’s death on 16 September has taken the death toll from dengue viral fever in the current outbreak in India to 15, while the number of cases reported in the capital has risen to... ...

Haemorrhagic Fevers Can Be Caused by Body’s Antiviral Interferon Response

Haemorrhagic fevers caused by Lassa, dengue and other viruses affect more than one million people annually and are often fatal, yet scientists have never understood why only some virus-infected people...

Lassa Fever – United States of America

On 25 May, PAHO/WHO was informed that the United States Center for Disease Control and prevention (CDC) and the New Jersey Department of Health had confirmed a fatal case of Lassa fever. The case was ...

Project to fight dengue fever proves a sustainable success

A University of Kansas co-sponsored effort to engage communities to fight the mosquito-borne infectious disease dengue fever in poor Costa Rican villages has proven so effective, residents are continu...

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Trends of fluid requirement in dengue fever and dengue haemorrhagic fever: a single centre experience in Sri Lanka.

Meticulous fluid management is the mainstay of treatment in dengue fever that is currently governed by consensus guidelines rather than by strong research evidence. To examine this issue we audited th...

Dengue fever: Natural management.

Dengue fever is caused by the mosquito-borne dengue virus (DENV) serotypes 1-4, and is the most common arboviral infection of humans in subtropical and tropical regions of the world. Dengue virus infe...

Evaluation of dengue fever reports during an epidemic, Colombia.

OBJECTIVE To assess the validity of dengue fever reports and how they relate to the definition of case and severity. METHODS Diagnostic test assessment was conducted using cross-sectional sampling fro...

Profile of killer cell immunoglobulin-like receptor and its human leucocyte antigen ligands in dengue-infected patients from Western India.

Killer cell immunoglobulin-like receptors (KIRs) regulate the activation of natural killer cells (NKs). Qualitative and quantitative differences in the type and the number of KIRs expressed on NK cell...

Cost-utility analysis of an adjunctive recombinant activated factor VIIa for on-demand treatment of bleeding episodes in dengue haemorrhagic fever.

The present study aimed to assess the cost-utility analysis of using an adjunctive recombinant activated factor VIIa (rFVIIa) in children for controlling life-threatening bleeding in dengue haemorrhag...

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