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Transcript of Malaria

Malaria is caused by parasites of the Plasmodium species. Parasites are carried by infected mosquitoes who bite someone who already has the disease. Malaria is then spread to another person when an infected mosquito bites
Where does it come from?
The mosquitoes will bite the person who has the disease. The blood will travel through the wound and go in to the mosquitoe's
what hapens
One of the ways you can avoid malaria is by buying a net and puting it over your bed. So when you sleep at night the mosquitoes won't
How to avoid it?
what are the Signs and Symptoms
where is Malaria located?
The mosquitoes will spread the disease by spitting its venom which goes into the other person's blood stream.
This is in the mosquito's abdomen which carries the Plasmodium that's in the mosquito's spit.
bite you!
another human.
Doctors diagnose malaria by using special blood tests. A blood sample is sent to the doctors laboratory and checked for parasites, which may be seen inside infected red blood cells.
what are the treatments
shaking chills
Fever 105 f (40.6 c)
rapid breathing
Rapid stage of sweating

Thanks for watching. I hope you now have a better knowledge of malaria!
This will repeat for 2 to 3 days depending on which species of malaria parasite is making the infection.
Malaria is treated with anti malarial drugs, such as chloroquine or quinine, given in the mouth, by injection, or into the veins. Depending on the type of parasite causing the malaria, a person can be treated as an outpatient over a few days or may need hospitalization with IV medication.
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