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IPCC THEORY According to Watts of IPCC Theory (2001), climate change is forecasted to perilously affect the distribution of species, including those transmitting human diseases specifically dengue.
COMRIE THEORY In the statement of Comrie Theory (1993), the risk of dengue disease under climate change Mosquitoes are vectors for many human diseases including malaria, encephalitis-causing viruses, yellow fever, Chikungunya and dengue fever. Much is known about the dynamics of mosquito populations, and a number of models exist for predicting the spread of mosquito-borne disease.
NHS THEORY As to what the NHS Theory (2016) has been stated, is a viral infection that is continuously spreading all throughout the world especially in tropic and sub-tropic
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Dengue is defined and supported according to its impacts to humans. According to IPCC theory, climatic conditions affect epidemic diseases specifically dengue. Our country, Philippines, is suffering from climate change which is timely nowadays. The emergence of dengue virus is highly increasing due to our weather condition which is the same as what the Comrie theory uttered. In line with this, NHS (2016) stated that Dengue is a viral infection that is continuously spreading all throughout the world especially in tropic and sub-tropic countries. It includes the Asia, Africa, Central and South America, Pacific and also the Caribbean. In addition to what NHS has been said, Finnegan (2013) stated that it is transferred by a mosquito bite basically the Aedes aegypti and rarely for Aedes albopictus. For Mayo Clinic (2016) dengue fever (DF) causes high fever, intense joint pains, and severe headache. It is caused by any of the four closely related viruses or serotypes which are dengue virus 1 to 4 (DENV-1, DENV-2, DENV-3, and DENV-4). The different stages of dengue or dengue fever primarily targets adolescent. According to Cleveland Clinic Children’s, adolescence starts at 12 to 18 years of age which is the same with the statement given by AAAS in the middle childhood and early…show more content…
Input-Process-Output of the study The input of the study is will be based upon the co-researchers. The researchers will be conducting an interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA) by doing series of in depth interviews with each of the co-researchers.
The researcher has generated themes and theories with respect to the lived experiences of adolescents who survived from dengue fever. The foresaid process in figure 1 has stopped when the co-researchers answers becomes reiterative.
SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS The following statements are the scope and delimitations of this recent study.
1. This examination out focus more on the lived experiences of adolescents survived from dengue fever.
2. This research will be counted to those adolescents starting from 12 to 18 years of age.
3. This research is restricted to the outcome of the foresaid interview
4. This research is qualified only for those adolescents who suffered and survived from dengue fever
5. This research is limited only for 10-15 respondents/participants.
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