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  • Sam told the doctor about what's going on with him.
  • The doctor examined him at the beginning and confirmed that these symptoms of malaria but he wanted to take blood sample of parasite will be shown by blood analysis.
  • The doctor told San that he is carrying the parasite of malaria . He said that in Nigeria , malaria is widespread and it is believed that the mosquiteos of Anopheled have bitten a person who is infected and then bites him , so the parasite moved to sam's blood .
  • Sam was shocked by what he heard but he remembers that Sarah was in the forest with him and might bee n bitten by the same mosquito and the disease would have spread to her blood and he decided to bring her to examine her blood .
  • Sam went to tell Sarah to go to the doctor to check her blood and make sure that the mosquito who is carrying the daises did not bit her .
  • Sarah told him that she had sprayed from the insecticide before she went to the forest and also took malaria-protective drugs before coming to Nigeria.
  • Sarah told the doctor that she had sprayed her body with the pesticide and also took vaccinations two weeks before her arrival because she knows malaria is common in Nigeria but she does not remember what kind of vaccine .
  • The doctor told her that the blood samples were intact, that is ,they do not carry malaria, and most often this is because of the preventive measures she had taken and the type of vaccines are RTSS.
  • Sam asked the doctor to diagnose his condition and wanted to know more about malaria.
  • the doctor told SAM that malaria, which is carried by a complex malaria and has a specific drug called penicillin, depends on the evolution of the parasite in mosquitoes on several factors, including: humidity, and ambient temperatures. When mosquitoes bite the human body, parasites pass through blood to the liver, and the symptoms begin to appear between 5-16 days. After a period of sting, new parasites of malaria are released into the bloodstream to infect the red blood cells and begin to multiply again.
  • There are three types of Malaria : 1-uncomplex malaria and it is treated with Atremether-sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine+primaquine tab, Artemether-limefantrine+primaquine tab.  2-Complex Malaria :parenteral Artesunate +parenteral Artemether+Quinine . 3-malaria fifex : Primaquine +chloroquine.
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