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  1. Cholera – Epidemiology

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    Cholera is an acute diarrheal illness caused by certain strains of the bacterium Vibrio cholerae.

  2. Cholera vaccine Uses, Side Effects & Warnings - Drugs.com

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    Nov 22, 2019 · Cholera is a bacterial infection that can cause severe, life-threatening diarrhea. Cholera is caused by coming into contact with water or food contaminated by feces infected with Vibrio cholerae bacteria. Cholera is common in areas where sewage and drinking water are not adequately treated to remove contaminants.

  3. Epidemic cholera | definition of epidemic cholera by Medical ...

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    Definition Cholera is an acute infectious disease characterized by watery diarrhea that is caused by the bacterium Vibrio cholerae, first identified by Robert Koch in 1883 during a cholera outbreak in Egypt. The name of the disease comes from a Greek word meaning "flow of bile."

  4. Cholera: Overview and More - Verywell Health

    www.verywellhealth.com/cholera-overview-1958786

    Cholera is a bacterial infection that's caused by a microbe that thrives in water. People who become seriously ill with cholera may become dehydrated very quickly due to explosive diarrhea and vomiting. Not everyone who contracts cholera becomes this sick, but those who do are at risk of dying if they aren't treated quickly.

  5. Cholera Treatment and Prevention | NIH: National Institute of ...

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     NIAID efforts to develop a preventive cholera vaccine have targeted two distinct but overlapping approaches: live and “killed” vaccines. NIAID supports university-based and pharmaceutical and biotechnology researchers who are working to develop new cholera treatments and vaccines to prevent infection.

  6. Cholera

    www.sciencedaily.com/terms/cholera.htm

    Cholera (also called Asiatic cholera) is a water borne disease caused by the bacterium Vibrio cholerae, which are typically ingested by drinking contaminated water, or by eating improperly cooked...

  7. WaSH | Cholera | UNICEF

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    In cholera endemic and risk prone areas, significant efforts are made to ensure adequate water supply and disinfection, water quality monitoring, hygiene promotion, sanitation and safe excreta disposal at household and community levels and in cholera treatment facilities. Click on www.unicef.org/wash/ to access UNICEF WASH programme resources.

  8. Cholera Treatment & Management: Approach Considerations ...

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    Nov 02, 2018 · Rehydration is the first priority in the treatment of cholera. Rehydration is accomplished in 2 phases: rehydration and maintenance. The goal of the rehydration phase is to restore normal hydration...

  9. UNICEF Cholera Toolkit (English, French and Arabic)

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    The UNICEF Cholera Toolkit is the result of a thorough review of existing guidance and global consultation with specialists in all cholera related fields. It puts proven guidance, tools and best practices relating to cholera together in one place accessible to everyone.

  10. Cholera - DayZ Wiki

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    Jul 15, 2020 · Cholera is an infectious disease in DayZ Standalone. It is a bacterial infection spread through drinking unsafe and unclean water and consuming food with bloody hands.