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Malaria in Turkey, Prices of Istanbul Clinics

What is malaria?

Some plasmodia causes malaria, which leads to the death of many people. The transmission of parasites is carried out by the bite of infected Anopheles mosquitoes.

This disease is spread, especially in Africa, Central, and South America and Southeast Asia. Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax are the most common and dangerous.

It is necessary to indicate the possibility of treating malaria in Turkey and Istanbul. Depending on the type of parasites and the stage of the disease, the most skilled doctors seek to find a treatment that is compatible with your condition in order to eradicate these parasites, regardless of their type, from the body of the affected person. The absence of symptoms of plasmodium ovale and plasmodium vivax is possible. The patient may experience a relapse if not treated in the appropriate manner and the adequate dose by specialists.

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    How is this disease transmitted?

    Infection of the Anopheles mosquito is the result of biting a person with malaria in Turkey. As a result, the saliva of the mosquito is mixed with a small amount of blood that contains parasites. When it bites another person, it will be transmitted.

    After that, these parasites reach the level of the liver without showing any symptoms. Blood cells are attacked by parasites after they have reached maturity. Some symptoms may appear to indicate that a person has malaria.

    Liver or heart transplants and blood transfusion may be the reason for the transmission of malaria in Turkey from one person to another. If the pregnant mother suffers from malaria, the transmission to her baby before or during birth is confirmed.

    What are the methods used for diagnosis in Turkey and Istanbul?

    The presence of parasites is confirmed by performing a diagnostic test to analyze a blood drop under a microscope. Another way consists of using test strips to quickly detect this disease in travelers.

    What is the appropriate treatment?

    Chloroquine is employed to eradicate malaria. It is considered the cheapest and most widely used medicine. Some artemisinin-based drugs treat this disease in severe cases. However, many drugs are no longer effective because parasites have become more drug-resistant, especially in African countries.

    What are the symptoms?

    After 8 to 35 days of having this disease, some people may develop a fever accompanied by diarrhea, cough, or headache. The severity of these symptoms depends on the type and the reproduction of the parasites.

    Plasmodium falciparum can cause the death of an infected person if it is not treated. It is necessary to comply with preventive measures and take anti-malarial medications prescribed by a doctor in a hospital or clinic in Izmir, Turkey, Istanbul, Ankara, or Antalya.

    Why should I choose Turquie Santé?

    Much research is being done by doctors who are competent to find the best medicines to eliminate malaria completely. Turquie santé is considered to be the best option because it seeks to provide the cheapest prices and the best services by taking the views of its patients into consideration and striving to exceed expectations.

    Are there any complications?

    Malaria deaths are associated with the consequences of complications from the disease. Statistics show that 95% of deaths due to malaria occur in Africa and include children as young as 6 years old.

    Complications include:

    • Pulmonary edema: fluid builds up at the level of the lungs and causes breathing problems.
    • Brain damage: delirium, loss of consciousness, coma, and death are possible if the blood cells infected by the parasites reach the brain.
    • Death due to liver or kidney failure.
    • Severe drop in blood sugar: can lead to coma or death.
    • Severe anemia caused by the destruction of infected red blood cells.

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