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Japanese encephalitis is a potentially severe viral disease that is spread by infected mosquitoes in the agricultural regions of Asia. It is one of several mosquito-borne virus diseases that can affect the central nervous system and cause severe complications and death. Japanese encephalitis can be a risk to travelers to rural areas where the disease is common.
There is no specific treatment for Japanese encephalitis. A vaccine is licensed for use in travelers whose itineraries might put them at risk for Japanese encephalitis. All travelers should take precautions to avoid mosquito bites to prevent Japanese encephalitis and other mosquito-borne diseases. Japanese encephalitis is found throughout rural areas in Asia. Transmission can also occur near urban areas in some developing Asian countries. Japanese encephalitis is a seasonal disease that usually occurs in the summer and fall in the temperate regions of China, Japan, and Korea. In other places, disease patterns vary with rainy seasons and irrigation practices.

Japanese Encephalitis (JE) in India, 13 September 2005
1145 cases of Japanese encephalitis have been reported from 14 districts of Uttar Pradesh Province, India from 29 July to 30 August 2005. About one-fourth of these (n=296) have died. 90 cases from the adjoining districts of Bihar have also been admitted to the hospitals in Uttar Pradesh.

Most infected persons develop mild symptoms or no symptoms at all. In people who develop a more severe disease, Japanese encephalitis usually starts as a flu-like illness, with fever, chills, tiredness, headache, nausea, and vomiting. Confusion and agitation can also occur in the early stage. The illness can progress to a serious infection of the brain (encephalitis) and can be fatal in 30% of cases. Among the survivors, another 30% will have serous brain damage, including paralysis.
What is the treatment for Japanese encephalitis?
There is no specific treatment for Japanese encephalitis. Antibiotics are not effective against viruses, and no effective anti-viral drugs have been discovered. Care of patients centers on treatment of symptoms and complications.

How  we treat the disease :
The treatment of choice would be as follows:
1.  Belladonna 3 or 30 or 200, normally we would use the 3rd potency, 2 pills in pill no. 40, 3 doses a day.
2.  Cuprum Metallicum 6, 2 pills in pill no. 40, 3 doses a day.