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Haiti cholera training manual; a full course for healthcare providers
  • Published Date:
    Jan 24 2011
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Haiti cholera training manual; a full course for healthcare providers
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  • Corporate Authors:
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.) ; Haiti, Département de la santé publique et de la population. ;
  • Description:
    Introduction -- Epidemiology of cholera -- Cholera clinical presentation and management -- Surveillance -- Prevention of cholera in the household -- Vaccines -- Cholera treatment center (CTC) -- Appendix I: Assessment and treatment of a malnourished child with watery diarrhea -- Appendix II: F-75 feeding guidelines -- Appendix III: Patient triage at oral rehydration points -- Appendix IV: Alternative layout for cholera treatment center -- Appendix V: MODIFIED interagency diarrheal disease kit -- Appendix VI: Preparation of chlorinated solution

    Version 2.1. Last updated Jan 24 2011.

    "The purpose of this training manual is to serve as a quick reference for the treatment and management of acute watery diarrhea in response to the recent cholera outbreak in Haiti. It is not meant to be exhaustive. It relies heavily on information from pre-existing documents, in particular, Guidelines for Operating Makeshift Treatment Centers in Cholera Epidemics (ICDDRB), Guidelines for Setting Up Diarrhea Treatment Centers(DTCs) in the Flood Affected Areas of Pakistan (WHO/MOH), Cholera Guidelines, 2nd Edition 2004 (MSF), Cholera Outbreak Training and Shigellosis program (COTS): David Sack (Johns Hopkins University), Joachim Pelikan (Swiss Tropical Institute), Robert deLeeuw (Holland), Danielle Nelson, Eric Nelson (Stanford University), Lars Henning (Inselspital, Bern),Mark Petrioni and Alejandro Cravioto ( ICDDRB)." - p. 3

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