ISLAMABAD " One more suspected patient of dengue fever was admitted to Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) and his blood sample was sent to the National Institute of Health (NIH) for further examination. Faisal, 16, admitted to a medical ward with history of fever, severe headache and body pains, while, Zulqurnain, a student of class 10th and resident of Zia Masjid area here, suffering from the same disease was admitted to PIMS earlier. Currently blood samples of eight suspected patients are being processed in the NIH laboratory. The sample includes six of Fournier constabulary and two others. There is no vaccine available for dengue virus nor there is no specific treatment for this disease in the world. Usually the treatment is symptomatic and patient is treated according to symptoms and medicines are given for pain fever, vomiting, bleeding. An estimated 50 to 100 million cases of dengue fever and several hundred thousand cases of dengue hemorrhagic fever occur each year. Before the appearance of rash of dengue fever the infection is difficult to distinguish from malaria, yellow fever influenza, the rash makes dengue fever more likely. Continuous abdominal pain with vomiting a decrease in the level of consciousness and hypothermia should arouse concern about dengue shock syndrome.