Rat Fever


'Rat Fever' - 5 News Result(s)

  • In Fight Against Rat Fever, Flood-Hit Kerala Faces Drug Shortage

    In Fight Against Rat Fever, Flood-Hit Kerala Faces Drug Shortage

    Flood-ravaged Kerala is facing shortages of a drug that fights an infectious bacterial disease after the worst flooding in a century, forcing authorities to turn to other states to help ramp up supplies.

  • Leptospirosis Kills 12 In Kerala: Here's How And All That You Need To Know

    Leptospirosis Kills 12 In Kerala: Here's How And All That You Need To Know

    Flood-hit Kerala is now facing the aftermath of the natural disaster. It is currently hit with leptospirosis or rat fever, which is a bacterial infection which spreads through the urine of infected animals.

  • Rat Fever Scare In Kerala: 5 Things To Know

    Rat Fever Scare In Kerala: 5 Things To Know

    In the aftermath of the floods in Kerala, a waterborne disease known leptospirosis or 'rat fever' has killed 12 people since August. Leptospirosis is transmitted in water containing infected urine from rodents and other animals. Rat fever rarely spreads from person to person and can be treated with common antibiotics. Kerala sees leptospirosis case...

  • 'Rat Fever' Cases Rise After Kerala Floods, 12 Dead Since August 1

    'Rat Fever' Cases Rise After Kerala Floods, 12 Dead Since August 1

    Twelve people have died in Kerala since August, six of them in the last three days, due to the waterborne disease leptospirosis, locally known as 'rat fever'. The disease is not new to the state. Between January and July, Leptospirosis claimed 28 lives. But a spurt in the cases has been observed since the worst floods in a century hit the state on ...

  • Rat Fever Scare In Flood-Wrecked Kerala, Number Of Dead Rises To 15

    Rat Fever Scare In Flood-Wrecked Kerala, Number Of Dead Rises To 15

    A woman on Sunday died of leptospirosis (rat fever) in the flood-battered Kerala, taking the death toll due to the disease to 15. Health Minister K.K. Shailaja has assured that there was no need to panic.

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'Rat Fever' - 5 News Result(s)

  • In Fight Against Rat Fever, Flood-Hit Kerala Faces Drug Shortage

    In Fight Against Rat Fever, Flood-Hit Kerala Faces Drug Shortage

    Flood-ravaged Kerala is facing shortages of a drug that fights an infectious bacterial disease after the worst flooding in a century, forcing authorities to turn to other states to help ramp up supplies.

  • Leptospirosis Kills 12 In Kerala: Here's How And All That You Need To Know

    Leptospirosis Kills 12 In Kerala: Here's How And All That You Need To Know

    Flood-hit Kerala is now facing the aftermath of the natural disaster. It is currently hit with leptospirosis or rat fever, which is a bacterial infection which spreads through the urine of infected animals.

  • Rat Fever Scare In Kerala: 5 Things To Know

    Rat Fever Scare In Kerala: 5 Things To Know

    In the aftermath of the floods in Kerala, a waterborne disease known leptospirosis or 'rat fever' has killed 12 people since August. Leptospirosis is transmitted in water containing infected urine from rodents and other animals. Rat fever rarely spreads from person to person and can be treated with common antibiotics. Kerala sees leptospirosis case...

  • 'Rat Fever' Cases Rise After Kerala Floods, 12 Dead Since August 1

    'Rat Fever' Cases Rise After Kerala Floods, 12 Dead Since August 1

    Twelve people have died in Kerala since August, six of them in the last three days, due to the waterborne disease leptospirosis, locally known as 'rat fever'. The disease is not new to the state. Between January and July, Leptospirosis claimed 28 lives. But a spurt in the cases has been observed since the worst floods in a century hit the state on ...

  • Rat Fever Scare In Flood-Wrecked Kerala, Number Of Dead Rises To 15

    Rat Fever Scare In Flood-Wrecked Kerala, Number Of Dead Rises To 15

    A woman on Sunday died of leptospirosis (rat fever) in the flood-battered Kerala, taking the death toll due to the disease to 15. Health Minister K.K. Shailaja has assured that there was no need to panic.

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