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  1. Five Basic Cholera Prevention Steps | Cholera | CDC

    All people (visitors or residents) in areas where cholera is occurring or has occurred should be aware of the basic cholera facts and follow these five basic cholera prevention steps to protect themselves and their family 1, 2. The risk for cholera is very low for people visiting areas with epidemic cholera. When these simple precautions are ...

  2. Prevention & Control | Cholera | CDC

    May 15, 2018 · Prevention of cholera is dependent on access to safe water, adequate sanitation, and basic hygiene needs. The following materials cover a new global initiative for cholera prevention and control, as well as the basics of cholera and other diarrheal disease prevention.

  3. WHO | Prevention and control of cholera outbreaks: WHO policy ...

    Prevention and control of cholera outbreaks: WHO policy and recommendations Introduction. Cholera is an acute enteric infection caused by the ingestion of bacterium Vibrio cholerae present in faecally contaminated water or food. Primarily linked to insufficient access to safe water and proper sanitation, its impact can be even more dramatic in ...

  4. Cholera: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention

    Continued Cholera Treatment and Prevention. There is a vaccine for cholera. Both the CDC and the World Health Organization have specific guidelines for who should be given this vaccine.

    • Mary Anne Dunkin
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  5. Cholera Prevention | Cleveland Clinic

    Cholera - Vibrio cholerae infection Accessed 10/13/2017. World Health Organization. Cholera Accessed 10/13/2017. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. Use of Dipsticks for Rapid Diagnosis of Cholera Caused by Vibrio cholerae O1 and O139 from Rectal Swabs Accessed 10/13/2017. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control. Vaccines. Medicine. Advice. Accessed ...

  6. WHO | Prevention and control of cholera outbreaks: WHO policy ...

    Prevention Measures for the prevention of cholera mostly consist of providing clean water and proper sanitation to populations who do not yet have access to basic services. Health education and good food hygiene are equally important.

  7. Treatment | Cholera | CDC

    Rehydration therapy, meaning prompt restoration of lost fluids and salts through rehydration therapy is the primary goal of treatment.; Antibiotic treatment, which reduces fluid requirements and duration of illness, is indicated for severe cases of cholera.

  8. WHO | Prevention and control of cholera outbreaks: WHO policy ...

    The main tools for cholera control are: proper and timely case management in cholera treatment centres; specific training for proper case management, including avoidance of nosocomial infections; sufficient pre-positioned medical supplies for case management (e.g. diarrhoeal disease kits);

  9. Vaccines | Prevention and Control | Cholera | CDC

    These cholera vaccines are World Health Organization (WHO) prequalified, but are not available in the U.S. Cholera vaccines offer incomplete protection. Therefore, vaccination should never take the place of standard prevention and control measures.

  10. Cholera - HISTORY

    Cholera is an infectious disease caused by a bacterium called Vibrio cholerae. The bacteria typically live in waters that are somewhat salty and warm, such as estuaries and waters along coastal areas.

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