Malaria Test in Hyderabad

Malaria Test

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"The major symptoms of Malaria are Fever, Shaking Chills, Profuse Sweating, Headache, Nausea, Vomiting, Abdominal Pain, Diarrhoea, Muscle Pain and more."
"Five Types of Malaria are P. Falciparum, P. Malariae, P. Vivax, P. Ovale, and P. Knowlesi. These are five species of plasmodium that can infect humans and cause illness."
"Malaria is usually caused due to the bite of an infected Anopheles mosquito. The mosquito carries the Plasmodium parasite and releases it in the blood stream of an individual when it bites, thereby causing Malaria."
Malaria is caused due to a parasite known as Plasmodium that spreads through infected mosquitoes. Malaria is not caused by bacteria or viruses.
"Malaria is a parasitic infection that can become quite severe. The parasites spread through infected mosquitoes. People suffering from Malaria experience fever, chills, headache, nausea and more."
"There are many different Malaria Tests available. The most commonly used tests are Malaria Parasite detection by Smear Examination and Malarial Antigen Testing. Other tests include antibody testing, and PCR Test."
"A CBC Test may not be able to detect Malaria, however, it may be prescribed in addition to other Malaria Tests in order to check the severity of your infection and its impact on other parts of the body."
It is advisable to get a lab test for a proper diagnosis. You can check for the presence of Malaria Parasites in the body using a Malaria Test kit at home.
"Yes, Platelet Count is significantly reduced in malaria-infected people. Malaria is associated with different degrees of low platelet count. Platelet abnormalities in malaria are both qualitative and quantitative."
"Yes, Malaria does affect Red Blood Cells. The Malaria causing parasite enters the blood stream, travels to the liver to mature, is released back into the bloodstream and destroys the Red Blood Cells."
"The condition of low platelet count is called Thrombocytopenia, wherein the body cannot form clots. Depending on the underlying cause it ranges from mild to severe, and might result in bleeding in some cases."
"Normal Platelet Count in blood is 150,000 to 400,000 platelets per microlitre (mcL)."
"Dengue is a viral infection. Malaria, on the other hand, is a parasitic infection. Some symptoms that are specific to Dengue are rashes, pain behind the eyes, etc. Dengue affects human beings while Malaria can affect both human beings and animals."

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