Research by disease; Implementation research ; Advisory committees; Resource materials; Newsroom; Dengue position paper Dengue. We are please to announce the Special Issue devoted to the 6th Pan-American Dengue Research Network Meeting in the Viruses from MDPI, impact factor 3.465. In this systematic review, we aimed to describe dengue research in the Philippines, where the disease is of great concern, to better understand the types of dengue research and the main findings and important gaps. Since the end of World War II, the incidence of dengue disease has increased greatly. 25, 2019 — Communicable diseases including dengue continue to be major causes of morbidity and mortality in the Philippines. Research and development. Dengue fever is a mosquito-borne disease spread by Aedes aegypti mosquito.Dengue fever is caused by dengue virus of genus Falvivirus.Dengue fever causes high fever, rash, and muscle and joint pain, bleeding, and hypotension.. Related Journals of Dengue fever Dengue virus infection can result in either asymptomatic or symptomatic infection .Roughly 20% of all infections are symptomatic, with individuals experiencing disease symptoms that cover a broad clinical spectrum of nonsevere to severe clinical manifestations .Illness caused by dengue has an abrupt onset with 3 broadly identifiable phases: febrile, critical, and recovery .
Author summary Dengue is a disease caused by four separate but related viruses transmitted by mosquitos. The immune pathogenesis mechanism caused by dengue virus infection has become an important area of research.The Global WHO Strategy for dengue prevention and control 2012–20 aims to reduce dengue mortality by at least 50% and morbidity from dengue by at least 25%. Position paper (September 2018) Original English and French versions [PDF 513 kb] Evidence to recommendation Table 1: Consideration of Dengue Vaccine pdf, 428kb; Evidence to recommendation Table 2: Seroprevalence and screening and …
It was against this background that the Dengue Scientific Working Group of 60 experts from 20 countries including WHO staff from four Regions and headquarters met in Geneva in October 2006 to review existing knowledge on dengue and to establish priorities for future dengue research aimed at improving dengue treatment, prevention and control.
Dengue is the most important arbovirus disease of humans, in terms of both morbidity and mortality (1). Dengue incidence data for Puerto Rico were provided by Michael Johansson from the CDC Dengue Branch, comprising clinically suspected cases of dengue fever (DF) and dengue haemorrhagic fever (DHF) in Puerto Rico between 1986 and 2012.
Dengue Research in the Philippines Evolving Over Time Apr. Several dengue vaccine candidates are in development. If you want to contribute, please contact Viruses editorial office (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the subject: Papers from the 6th Pan-American Dengue Research Network Meeting.