V – Viral hemorrhagic fever caused by Arenaviruses, bunyaviruses, filoviruses (including Ebola), and flaviviruses (including dengue).
I – Infection with these viruses can lead to a Petechial rash.
R – Residence in or travel to endemic areas, along with other virus exposures, can increase the risk.
A – A Triad of symptoms includes fever, shock, and hemorrhage from mucosa or gastrointestinal tract.
L – Let’s be cautious and aware of the symptoms associated with Viral hemorrhagic fever.
F – Fever is a common symptom in individuals affected by these viral infections.
E – Ebola, a filovirus, is one of the viruses associated with Viral hemorrhagic fever.
V – Various viruses, including Arenaviruses, bunyaviruses, filoviruses, and flaviviruses, can cause this fever.
E – Endemic areas are regions where these viral infections are more prevalent.
R – Rash, shock, and hemorrhage are potential complications of Viral hemorrhagic fever.