Malaria is caused by the mosquito bite in the tropical and sub tropical areas; mainly Africa, Asia and America. Malaria parasites are transmitted from a person to the other through female anopheline mosquito. The parasite grows in for a week and passed on to another person with a bite and affect RBCs.
About 500 million people experience this disease everywhere and it accompanies anemia, muscular aches, severe headache, body chills, fever and weakness. Some of the people also experience diarrhea, cough, vomiting and abdominal pain; along with internal bleeding, liver failure and kidney issues; leading to death. Without medical treatment, the person can even get fatal results, if they don’t receive appropriate treatment. Read more about Malaria cures and treatments here.
Malaria is associated with poverty as there are unhealthy conditions prevailing in some areas, which give more chances for growth of the mosquitoes. Malaria hinders economic development and leaves a stain on the reputation of a place. Astonishing fact is that Malaria is also spreading in wild populations, mainly African penguins. They are vulnerable to get malaria parasites and even get death without getting cured.
Infected blood is also the cause of malaria. When making blood donation, the registration form requires information about Malaria disease as the mosquito born parasites can be passed on to someone else through it. The donor is not allowed to give their blood for a month after getting cured with Malaria. The people who get the ailments like ‘black water fever’ or ‘malignant tertian fever’ can’t be blood donors as these parasites remain minutely in blood. In case of low immunity, the body defenses will become low and the parasite can grow into a bad malaria case for the body. Malaria is mainly spread with female mosquito bite and it can break the immunity of the body and makes it very weak.…