Crimean-congo haemorrhagic fever disease is an important viral disease in some geographical regions where our country is located. Crimean congo haemorrhagic fever virus usually manifests itself with some symptoms in the form of fever, malaise, malaise, headache, and severe pain in the arms and back, 1 to 3 days after infection by the bite of ticks called hyalomma genus.
Sometimes vomiting, abdominal pain and diarrhea can be added to these findings.
If there are stories of tick-holding individuals with such complaints, there are risks of having Crimean–Congo hemorrhagic fever. And the fact that they apply to the nearest infectious diseases service is an important issue. In addition to these symptoms, signs and symptoms for patients with Crimean Congo hemorrhagic fever, the presence of the disease can be clearly determined and the necessary medical treatment service can be provided.