Red Blood Cells: Malaria
Mosquitos, which are annoying creatures normally, can also be quite dangerous as they can carry a parasite that has the potential to cause malaria, another blood disorder. In response to the parasite injected into the individual's bloodstream, red blood cells will rupture, which will cause chills, fever, and eventually organ damage. Malaria is best prevented rather than treated, especially in rural areas of the world by adding mosquito nets when sleeping, staying away from still water sources, and applying insect repellent in its various forms. Currently, there are two important antimalarial drugs that can assist malaria patients.