Bunyavirus is one of the recently emerged virus types. Viruses, which have been discovered in recent years and have begun to mutate and become even more dangerous, have become people’s fearful dreams. The Covid-19 virus, which emerged in China in 2019, spread all over the world over time and brought life to the point of paralysis. Later, in April 2020, China came to the fore with a new virus. The name of this virus is Bunyavirus. So what is Bunyavirus and what are its symptoms, how is it transmitted, let’s find out together.
What is Bunyavirus?
The viruses that have emerged in recent times have managed to scare everyone due to the speed of their spread and the damage they have done to the person’s body. One of these viruses is Bunyavirus. It is known to be easily transmitted from person to person. It has emerged as a new type of virus called SFTS, that is, severe fever with thrombocytopenia syndrome. Although there is no clear information about it, it is one of its most important features that it can easily be transmitted from person to person.
This virus, which is known to be transmitted by ticks, has similar characteristics to CCHF, that is, Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus. The incubation period in the human body varies between 7-14 days.
There is no clear medicine or vaccine for this virus. It lasts about 3 days like the flu. However, with proper and careful care, the mortality rate can be reduced. We can briefly explain what is Bunyavirus in this way.
What Are the Symptoms of Bunyavirus?
- Loss of appetite
- High fever
- dry cough
- Abdominal pain occurring
- Occurrence of shortness of breath
- Multiple organ failure in advanced cases
- Low platelet count
- Decrease in white blood cells
- Liver problems
How Bunyavirus Is Transmitted?
Bunyaviruses are a family of viruses known to cause various diseases in both animals and humans. The transmission of bunyaviruses occurs through different routes, depending on the specific virus and the host involved.
One of the most common modes of bunyavirus transmission is through arthropod vectors, such as mosquitoes, ticks, and sandflies. These vectors act as carriers, acquiring the virus from infected hosts and then transmitting it to new hosts through their bites. This type of transmission is known as vector-borne transmission and is responsible for diseases like Rift Valley fever and Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever.
Bunyaviruses can also be transmitted through direct contact with infected bodily fluids or tissues. This can occur through contact with blood, secretions, or excretions from infected animals or humans. For example, the Hantavirus, a type of bunyavirus, can be transmitted to humans through contact with rodent droppings or urine.
Furthermore, bunyaviruses can be transmitted vertically, from mother to fetus during pregnancy or childbirth. This mode of transmission has been observed in some bunyaviruses, such as the Schmallenberg virus.
Understanding the different modes of bunyavirus transmission is crucial for developing effective prevention strategies and controlling the spread of these diseases. Measures such as vector control, proper hygiene practices, and vaccination can play a significant role in reducing the transmission of bunyaviruses and protecting public health.
How is Bunyavirus Transmitted?
Bunyavirus is known to be transmitted to other people through the mucous membrane or blood after infecting humans. Due to this easy transmission, viruses that everyone fears are usually transmitted from animal to human. In other words, Bunyavirus is transmitted to humans by contact with arthropod families such as mosquitoes, ticks, scorpions, and spiders. In some cases, it has also been seen that it is transmitted by mouse droppings.
This virus, which is extremely easy to transmit, has started to be more likely to be transmitted and spread due to travel, especially in summer. We can briefly explain how Bunyavirus is transmitted in this way.
Is There a Bunyavirus Treatment?
Due to the emerging Covid-19 virus, the majority of the lives lost have managed to frighten people. The question of whether there is a treatment against any virus that occurs or does it kill it is often asked. Everyone is starting to think the same thing about the bunyavirus that emerged in China in 2020. For this reason, Is There a Bunyavirus Treatment has been one of the most curious and searched titles.
However, there is no known and recorded clear vaccine or drug. The patient is treated according to the symptoms that occur. The first thing that the healthcare professionals will do after detecting the virus is the transfer of the patient to the 3rd level healthcare institution. In this health center, the bunyavirus patient who is quarantined in a single room is treated in the best possible way, and contact with people is cut off. The death rate of this disease is very low. About 90% of treated patients regained their health.
Bunyavirus Treatment Prices in Turkey
Turkey has succeeded in making its name known in the world after successfully fighting the Covid-19 epidemic. So much so that while the virus spread rapidly in all of the surrounding countries, Turkey managed to protect itself. Although it managed to protect itself carefully for 4 months after its emergence and spread to the world in a short time, this dangerous and rapid spread could not be prevented. After the first case was seen in Turkey on March 11, 2020, all precautions and measures were taken and serious investments were made in the field of health. This treatment and fight is done not only with the covid-19 virus but also with all viruses. For example, diseases caused by bunyavirus, which emerged in China, are also treated with a high success rate in Turkey.
In these treatments, factors such as the fact that the doctors are experts and experienced in their fields, the investments made in the field of health, and the devoted work of all health personnel have come to the fore, allowing the process to go as desired. For these reasons, foreign citizens who cannot find a cure for their disease in their own country prefer hospitals and Turkish doctors to be treated. In addition, the fact that expenses such as treatment, accommodation, eating, drinking, and dressing in Turkey are met at a very affordable price can be explained among other options.
Before coming to Turkey for Bunyavirus treatment, we can see that foreign citizens are doing research on Bunyavirus Treatment Prices in Turkey However, at this stage, it would not be correct and ethical to give clear price information. Because each disease is personal and each patient fights diseases in a unique way. For this reason, many factors such as the diagnosis process, treatment process, diagnostic methods, treatment methods, the stage of the disease, and the damage to the person cause a change in the price. You can contact us for more detailed information about bunyavirus treatment prices in Turkey. In addition, if you come to Turkey for treatment through us, we can facilitate your visa procedures with the invitation letter sent by us to the consulate.
To sum it up, Bunyavirus originated in China. This virus, which has almost the same symptoms as Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (CCHF), is generally transmitted to humans from the arthropod family. This disease, which is very easy to transmit from person to person, has symptoms such as vomiting, nausea, high fever, and abdominal pain. Although there is no clear treatment method and medicine, the recovery rate is quite high when the person is quarantined and treated properly.
Our aim in the course of this disease is to bring our sick citizens living abroad together with specialists and experienced doctors in Turkey and have them treated in the best way possible. By eliminating all the difficulties that may occur during the transfer and treatment process, we ensure the healthy and easy progress of the process, and we aim for the patient to return home fully recovered and healthy. You can contact us for detailed information.
Prof.Dr. Ergün Dağlıoğlu (Eğitim Görevlisi), Beyin Cerrahı, Beyin Ve Sinir Cerrahisi