Vector Borne Infectious Disease

The vector borne diseases are those which are communicated among the plant, animal and human host by arthropods. The provide help to the pathogens by nurturing the pathogen which causes infection to the vulnerable population. The arthropod vectors are always cold blooded which makes them sensitive to the environmental factors. The most fatal vector borne disease now a days is malaria and dengue haemorhhagic fever. Malaria deaden approximately 1.2 million African children annually. These vector borne diseases can be prevented by keeping firm hygiene control of food and unprocessed dairy products should be avoided.

  • Arthropod
  • Zoonotic disease
  • Viral Diseases
  • Xenodiagnosis
  • Dependent on climate variability
  • Serological diagnosis

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