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View the document Appendix I - AIDS action plan
View the document Appendix II - Cards for chain of communicable disease game
View the document Appendix III - Cards for prevent AIDS concentration
View the document Appendix IV - Cards for good health concentration
View the document Appendix V - Cards for go fish: for a cure

Appendix V - Cards for go fish: for a cure

COMMUNICABLE DISEASES


German Measles


Chicken Pox


Influenza


Conjunctivitis


Tuberculosis


HIV


HIV


Pneumonia


Typhoid


Cholera


Filariasis


Malaria


Dengue Fever


Diphtheria

PREVENTION AND CURE


Isolate the person infected to keep the disease from spreading Avoid visiting.


Treat according to the symptoms. Intervene by taking antibiotics and drinking plenty of liquids.


Separate infected person until pox vanish, rest until fever disappears and keep the body clean.


Alert! Don't come in contact with infected persons.


Get plenty of sleep.


Cover when sneezing or coughing. Don't share handkerchiefs.


Don't allow flies to light near your eyes.


Daub eyes with beeswax or use medicinal eyedrops.


Get vaccinated with B.C.G. regularly


Seperate infected persons in a special room. Avoid visiting.


No cure!


Use condoms every time you have sex.


Eat food rich in calories.


Treat by giving antibiotics through injection into muscles of the body.


Build resistance, use the vaccine made from the typhoid virus.


Take medicine according to the symptoms such as fever, aches and pains, nervousness, and itching.


Food must be throughly cooked. Cover food to prevent flies from lighting on it.


Use the vaccine made from the cholera virus to prevent the spread of the disease. Notice: Do not give the preventative vaccine to persons already infected.


Prevent mosquito bites.


Help destroy mosquito larvae and prevent mosquitos from breeding.


Help destroy mosquito larvae and prevent mosquito from breeding


Prevent mosquito bites.


Prevent mosquito bites.


Help destroy mosquito larvae and prevent mosquitos from breeding.


Build resistance by giving 2-3 month old children the vaccine that also prevents whooping cough and tetanus


Build resistance, give 2 3 month old children the vaccine that prevents diphtheria, whooping


Get plenty of rest.


Vitamins


Wash your hands before eating and after using the toilet.


In order to prevent the spread of this disease, notify others in your community.