Japanese encephalitis refers to an acute viral infectious disease that occurs when a small red house mosquito (Japanese encephalitis mosquito) infected with the Japanese encephalitis virus is infected by the body during the process of swallowing a person. It is a Class II infectious disease and has a characteristic that it is difficult to distinguish it from encephalitis caused by other viruses. Specific treatment for Japanese encephalitis has not yet been developed. Symptomatic relief is needed for respiratory disorders, circulatory disorders, and bacterial infections caused by infection with Japanese encephalitis.
Japanese encephalitis test
In order to examine the Japanese encephalitis virus infection, a virus isolation test is carried out to inoculate a sample of blood, cerebrospinal fluid or the like into a Bero cell and the serological test is carried out. When a gene specific for Japanese encephalitis virus is detected through virus genetic testing, it is judged to be positive.
Japanese encephalitis symptoms
When encephalitis mosquitoes are applied to the mosquito, it suddenly feels a high temperature of 38-39 ° C, causing severe headache, nausea and vomiting. Younger people often have gastrointestinal symptoms such as abdominal pain and diarrhea. The symptoms of Japanese encephalitis are similar to those of a cold at first, but the temperature increases to around 40 ℃, and the symptoms of unconsciousness, bullshit, facial seizures, and head and neck seizures start to occur. Encephalitis The symptoms of mosquito symptoms are about 4 days to 4 days after the onset of the disease. After this period, the fever begins to gradually decrease and the recovery progresses, but complications can lead to myocarditis or pneumonia.
Sequelae can occur and the voice may be low, monotonous or forgetful over a period of several weeks or months. In the case of severe Japanese encephalitis, the ankle stiffness paralysis remains for a lifetime, and symptoms such as personality abnormality, impotence, and dementia may remain. Encephalitis in infants and children Symptoms of mosquitoes are unlikely to recover, and in adults, even if severe, it may be recovered after about six months. Japanese encephalitis vaccination
Prevention of Japanese encephalitis virus should avoid overwork and sleep deprivation, eliminate mosquitoes, and stay in a mosquito-free environment. The Japanese encephalitis vaccination, which rarely causes side effects, takes about one month to become effective, and the Japanese encephalitis vaccination is effective for about half a year, preferably from May to June.