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LIQUID VAPOURISERS

For better efficacy, change the heaters periodically.

Switch off the machine when not in use.

Place the vapouriser near the bed for better control.

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REPELLENT, LOTIONS, CREAMS

For effective control, apply throughly on exposed skin.

Avoid contact of the material with eyes and lips.

For effective control up to six hours, do not wash with water after application.

AEROSOLS

Use separate specialised spray cans for mosquitoes.

For effective control, few "puffs" are sufficient to cover the whole area.

Avoid keeping aerosols in damp areas like bathrooms and open places.

Avoid keeping the cans near open flame.

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Subha_NIT

Is there any vaccine avaiable for Filaria?

darshani

can we have a anti virus for dengu

dhanusha

what are the symptoms when you have Filaria?

ennairam_23

Mosquitoes are the number one enemy of public health because they are vectors of a lot of diseases such as malaria and dengue. That's why it is really important that we eradicate them. Numerous studies have been done against mosquitoes. There are insecticides and organic insecticides to kill them.

Wynnr

If mosquitoes can carry and transmit a virus the size of the Malaria virus, why do they not also carry and transmit a much smaller virus called HIV? Medicos poo poo this idea. If the insects don't transmit and carry Aids then should the filtering mechanism be closely studied?

ParasiteRex

First off malaria is a parasite, not a virus. The parasite goes developmental stages within the mosquitos gut. The parasite migrates to the mouthparts of the mosquito to be spread to another person. Viruses don't do this.

aprilgold

what are the symptoms when you have dengue?

p.creation

You first need to do is go to the hospital first as soon as possible then take some antibiotic medicine. First keep in your mind that clean your home from all poor insect control areas.

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