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    Treatment from Dengue & Chikungunya from BBMP Bangalore

    Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike Hospitals will help curing from Dengue & Chikungunya.

    Dengue and Chikungunya are viral diseases which spread through the bite of infected Aedes Aegypti mosquito. It breeds in clean stagnant water and normally bites during the day. Babies, elderly people and individuals resting / sleeping during the day should be protected against mosquito bites Aedes Aegypti mosquity takes around 8 to 10 days to complete is life cycle. The first three stages of 7 days are as shown in the picture, Egg, Larvae, Pupa. This process happens in the water.

    Symptoms : Sudden high fever, skin rashes, severe head ache, Retro orbital pain, body ache, Pain in the joints, Nausea and vomiting.

    Treatment : Contact any Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike Hospital immediately when these symptoms are found and get suitable treatment by the doctors.

    Preventive measures : These mosquitoes are born in large numbers in the cement tanks, plastic tanks, bucket drums, Barrels, Empty containers, Pots, Pot pieces, Coconut Shells, Old / broken tyres and those places where clean water can stagnate.

    Clean all the water tanks, drums, barrels, air coolers etc atleast ones in a week and then fill up / close with air tight lids. It is necessary to take care that no rain water is collected in the discarded materials in your premises. You can also dispose them off.

    Please cooperate with the mosquito control measures undertaken by the Health Department.

    Follow mosquito repellent methods. Use mosquito nets, protect against mosquito bites in the day time.

    Mosquito breeding spots : Old Broken tyres, Coconut sheets, Cement Tanks, Open Plastic tanks, Buckets, Water tanks, Air coolers, Flower pot plates etc.

    Free treatment is available in the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike Hospitals.

    Contact : 080-22660000 / 22221188
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