Scope of Homoeopathic Perspective in an Epidemic Zoonotic Nipah Virus Outbreak in a Community

Authors : Dr Don J Scott Berin G; V J Beautlin Previncy

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 9 - September

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Zoonosis related emerging infectious diseases especially have been recognised as significant global health issues. The recent outbreaks of West Nile virus encephalitis in New York and avian influenza in Hong Kong confirm this. Another illustration is the outbreak of Nipah viral encephalitis in Malaysia in 1998, which was brought on by a newly identified and deadly virus. The Nipah virus an epidemic, which resulted in significant economic loss and human misery, was summarised in this article along with its epidemiological, clinical, and laboratory findings. However, based on the principles of homoeopathy, it is possible to offer potential medications for Nipah patients based on the available symptomatology, i.e., a group of medications that have been shown to cause symptoms and pathogenesis that are similar in healthy humans. In 2018, a Nipah virus (NiV) outbreak with a 91% (21/23) case fatality rate occurred in Kerala, India's Kozhikode district. 2019 observed only one case in the Ernakulam district that fully recovered. We discussed the Kerala State Government's and the Indian Council of Medical Research's response to and control strategies for the 2019 NiV outbreak.

Keywords : Nipah virus, Homoeopathy, Symptomatology, Outbreak.


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