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Dr Dinesh Yadav
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Dr Dinesh Yadav – Thank you.
Dr Dinesh Yadav – Malaria is characterized by fever, chills, body aches, and various complications, which we further investigate through tests. So essentially, it’s a fever, and any fever can be malaria.
Dr Dinesh Yadav – The main symptoms of malaria include chills, fever, body aches, which are typical of malaria. Unlike viral fever, malaria presents with a high-grade fever and severe body pain. Additionally, complications may arise over time, distinguishing it from routine viral fever.
Dr Dinesh Yadav – Definitely. Malaria can be fatal in severe cases, such as cerebral malaria, where the patient becomes unconscious. This is a serious condition affecting the brain due to malaria. Similarly, hypotension can also be life-threatening.
Dr Dinesh Yadav – During the rainy season, when mosquitoes are abundant and a person presents with a sudden high fever and chills, it’s indicative of malaria. We should investigate on the first day of symptoms. We conduct tests like a slide test or card-based tests, which provide quick results, even on the first day.
Dr Dinesh Yadav – The treatment depends on the child’s clinical condition. For simple cases without vomiting or other complications, we start with oral medications like syrup and tablets, usually for 3 to 4 days. In severe cases, where symptoms persist or worsen, injectable treatments are required for 6 to 7 days.
Dr Dinesh Yadav – Malaria can affect anyone, from newborns to the elderly, but severe cases are more common in vulnerable groups like weak children, pregnant women, and those with chronic diseases like asthma or diabetes. Immunity decreases with age, making older adults more susceptible. Symptoms may vary in severity, but malaria can affect anyone.
Dr Dinesh Yadav – Malaria is a mosquito-borne disease, so prevention primarily involves avoiding mosquito bites. Use mosquito nets, anti-mosquito creams, wear full sleeves when outdoors, and eliminate stagnant water sources to prevent mosquito breeding, reducing the risk of malaria transmission.
Dr Dinesh Yadav – During the malaria season, it’s important to protect children from mosquito bites and seek medical attention promptly if symptoms occur. Delayed diagnosis and treatment can worsen the condition, so early treatment is crucial for successful recovery.
Dr Dinesh Yadav – Thank you.
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