AHFV is a hemorrhagic fever causes because of sheeps and camels. This Alkhurma virus infection occurs when people makes contact with domestic animals, feeding and slaughtering animals, handling raw meat products, drinking unpasteurized milk, and being bitten by a tick.
Intracerebral haemorrhage is caused by vascular rupture with bleeding into the brain parenchyma. Haemorrhagic stroke accounts for about 15% cases. Three-quarters of haemorrhagic strokes are intracerebral haemorrhage, with the rest being subarachnoid haemorrhage.Haemorrhagic Stroke is the third most common cause of death in most resource-rich countries and is a major cause of disability. Worldwide, around 4.5 million people die each year from stroke.
Alkhurma hemorrhagic fever (AHF) cases suggested a pattern characterized by severe to fatal clinical outcome with a case fatality rate approaching 30%. Ticks from tick-infested livestock should be tested for AHFV. To sample adult hard ticks, assuming a 1% infection rate and tested in pools of five or fewer individual ticks, it is suggested that at least 250 ticks per sample site per sample time point with preferably no more than one pool per tick species per animal.