More about mosquito-borne diseases

  • 95% of the Indian population resides in malaria prone areas[1]

  • India accounts for 75% of all malaria cases in South-East Asia[1]

  • The number of dengue cases has risen by 4 times since 2010. More than 1 lakh dengue cases were reported in 2016.[4]

  • India ranks 3rd in number of malaria cases in the world[2]

  • In India, 99% of deaths due to malaria are reported in endemic states[3]

  • Around 1.3 million suspected chikungunya fever cases were reported in India in 2006.It is suspected that many cases of chikungunya are either misdiagnosed or go unreported till date.[5]

The World Health Organization has called on India to strengthen its disease surveillance network, stating that there is an underestimation of malaria burden in India.[6]

Your prescription has the power to protect from mosquito-borne diseases

Prescribe protection to make a difference.

Recommend Fabric Roll-On to protect patients from 3x higher chances of mosquito bites outdoors.[7]

  • Apply 4 dots on clothes.

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References: 1) Chandra G, Bhattacharjee I, Banerjee R, et al. Pattern of Human-biting Activity of Aedes aegypti L. and Aedes albopictus Skuse in a Garden Locale from City of Kolkata, India. Journal of Mosquito Research. 2015; 5(13): 1-5. 2) WHO. Dengue control [Internet]. 2017 Jan 03 [cited 2017 Sep 15]. Available from: 3) WHO. Chikungunya [Internet]. 2017 Apr [cited 2017 Sep 15]. Available from: 4) NVBDCP. Guidelines for integrated vector management for control of dengue/dengue haemorrhagic fever [Internet]. [cited 2017 Jul 13]. Available from: 5) Anand PK, Ramachandran R. Malaria associated factors in thar desert of rajasthan, india: a casecontrol study. JRuralTropPublicHealth. 2010; 9, pp. 61‐66. 6) Murawala SM, Chudasama V, Vegad M. Prevalence of mosquito-borne Plasmodium infection in patients attending fever clinic in a tertiary-care teaching hospital, western India. International Journal of Medical Science and Public Health. 2015; 4 (11).