The Monkeypox Review 2022: Transmission of A Zoonotic Disease Over the World Including India
Surabhi Gupta1*, Jay Kumar2, Abhishek Kumar Singh2, Sharda Shakya3, Reema Yadav2, Ruchi Verma2
and Vandana Yadav2
1M. Pharm (Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry), Assistant Professor, Sakshi College of Pharmacy, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU), Lucknow (U.P), India
2Department of Pharmacy, Research Scholar, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Formerly University Institute of Pharmacy), Kanpur (U.P) and Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj
University, Kanpur (U.P), India
3Department of Pharmacy, Research Scholar, Advance Institute of Biotech and Paramedical Sciences, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
Technical University (AKTU), Lucknow (U.P), India
*Corresponding Author: Surabhi Gupta, M. Pharm
(Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry), Assistant Professor, Sakshi College of Pharmacy, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU), Lucknow (U.P), India.
October 13, 2022; Published: October 31, 2022
Background: Since May 2022, it was determined that monkeypox, a viral disease, was still on the rise. The first case was discovered on May 6, 2022, in a person with travel ties to Nigeria, and the initial group of cases was confirmed there. This review article provides an updated overview of monkeypox for healthcare and medical experts around the world. The existing 2022 monkeypox outbreak spanning multiple nations is the biggest healthcare problem outside of Africa in recorded history. On July 14, 2022, a 35-year-old man traveling from the U.A.E was diagnosed with monkeypox in Kerala, India, becoming the first episode of the disease in the WHO region of South-East Asia. A new A.2 strain has been found in 2 cases in India that had returned from the UAE that is different from the strain causing the worrying outbreak of Monkeypox cases in Europe. In 2003, the first case of monkeypox had been officially identified outside Africa in the American West.
Objective: The main aim of this article is to create meaningful data on monkeypox cases around the world including India during the 2022 pandemic.
Method: Online survey of the records of the patients has been performed through various websites.
Result: The data of the monkeypox infected patients has been collected from India as well as from the entire world.
Conclusion: In the current scenario monkeypox outbreak is the biggest issue outside of Africa in recorded history, but the data obtained from India to date shows that monkeypox became stable.
Keywords: Monkeypox; A.2 Strain; Endemic; Poxvirus; Blister
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