Wednesday, July 13, 2022

'Nairobi fly alert, don't panic'

'Nairobi fly alert, don't panic'

In some places in Jhapa and Ilam, the Nairobi fly is infected. The issue of how deadly this problem is is now of interest to the common man.

This is not a new infection but a skin allergy caused by contact with an insect called the Nairobi fly. According to the doctor, such allergies are most common in the rainy season. What is Nairobi Fly Infection? How deadly is it? Senior dermatologist of Mechi Hospital Dr. Interview with Keshav Dhakal:

What is the Nairobi Fly?

Nairobi is a species of fly-infected species. Insects with black and yellow stripes. This insect is very active in monsoon. It rains a lot. The attraction of insects can be seen in the light. If it comes in contact with insects and its juice gets into the body, it causes allergies. This allergy is not caused by the bite of the insect but by the juice coming out of the insect. This allergy is also called Nairobi fly because of the allergy caused by contact with this insect.

How is it allergic?

It causes allergies to the juice of insects called Nairobi flies. If this insect enters our body from somewhere and we kill it to remove it or it dies by mistake, its juice gets into our body and causes allergies.

Nairobi fly insects do not bite, but also because of the Vipava juice that comes out of the human body.

How deadly is it?

Allergies are not the only problem this year. This problem was seen in every rainy season. But this year the number of allergies is a bit higher and with various things coming out about it through social media, this problem seems like a terrible problem. This is not a scary and terrible disease.

What are the symptoms?

A person with this allergy may have blisters such as a rash, watery blisters, reddening of the skin, burns, red rashes and rashes, and red rash. Symptoms can last from 12 hours to 2 days. It takes up to 2 weeks for the allergy to heal and heals on its own.

What precautions should be taken to avoid this?

As soon as this insect is seen, it should be removed with paper or other things without touching it by hand and the affected area should be washed clean with water. When you go out, you should wear clothes with full sleeves, and when you go to sleep, you should sleep with a hammock. Since white light attracts insects, you should sleep only after turning off the light. Dirt should not be allowed around the house and special attention should be paid to the cleanliness around the house.

Can you tell me about its treatment?

Don't panic if you have allergies to insects and seek medical advice if you itch or burn more. If you are allergic and have a lot of burns, you should use cold ice. The wound dries on its own in 14 to 15 days. If you have severe pain and burns, you should go to the nearest hospital and seek treatment according to the doctor's advice.

Nairobi fly spreading infection, what to do to avoid?

In the Eastern Terai, including Jhapa, the number of patients coming to the hospital due to the infection of strong acid released by Nairobi fly insects is increasing.

Dermatologist of Damak Hospital Dr. Guru Poudel said that daily more than 50 patients are coming for treatment due to Nairobi Fly Insect wounds.

The infection of this insect is spreading rapidly in Damak. After the rain, the insects are spreading. Paul explains. "In a week, I have treated about 300 people who have been injured by Nairobi worm acid," Poudel told Unlikekhbar. However, this year the infection is spreading rapidly.

On Thursday, a man arrived at the Civil Servants Hospital in Kathmandu with an allergy problem. The problem was caused by a Nairobi fly infection. Prajwal Pudasaini informed.

Dr. According to Pudasaini, the Nairobi fly is a beetle.

There are more than 370,000 species of beetles worldwide. The Nairobi fly is one of them. It appears in every rainy season. These insects are orange and black in color and are more common in areas with high rainfall. Nairobi will be more fertile in the rainy season, so the risk will be higher. Paul explains.

Dr. A biopsy should be performed to determine the cause of Poudel's Nairobi fly. However, all the symptoms can be confirmed by the clinical diagnostic Nairobi fly.

Various hospitals in the Terai have informed the Division of Epidemiology and Disease Control that the number of patients suffering from Nairobi fly insects is increasing.

"It's new to us. We are discussing this issue with a dermatologist. Nairobi fly insects have been reported from various hospitals in the Terai, which has led to an increase in the number of patients, 'said Dr. Chumman Lal Das said, "We are working to prevent it. Details are being sought from all other hospitals. '

According to doctors, the acid of the insect is more spread in the body and can make fever, nerve pain, joint pain, or vomiting more serious.

Symptoms of this acid-like infection include rashes like rashes, large watery blisters, reddening of the skin, severe burns, red rashes, and rashes. Similarly, rubbing the infected acid on the hands and eyes can potentially cause temporary blindness.

How to avoid

These insects are attracted to light. They gather in large numbers around residential areas, where they prefer to stay up at night with their house lights and street lights.

To avoid contact with the insects, use netting on windows, use bed sheets, use long-sleeved clothing, and turn off the lights at night.

‘Such insects are more likely to come into the light. You should sleep with the lights off. If insects are seen on the body, do not press or kill 'them, Dr. Pudasaini said, "Insects should be washed with soap and water." Care should be taken to ensure that unwashed hands do not touch any part of the body, especially the eyes. '

There is no specific treatment for this. Allergy medicine should be used after insect bites. If the wound is severe, antibiotics should also be used. Pudasaini explains.

Extreme levels of flood danger were announced in 1998 in Kenya and Africa. So far, the virus has spread beyond Africa to Japan, Israel, Paraguay, and, in the past, to India. It is estimated that the insects have entered Nepal in large numbers from India.

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