Any three of the following five ways are correct.
Handling wild rabbits and rodents who are infected.
Drinking contaminated water.
Inhaling animal feces infected dust.
Handling a domestic animal who is an accidental host.
Eating infected meat not thoroughly cooked. (para 2-8a)
Any four of these symptoms are correct.
Temperature between 103 degrees and 104 degrees Fahrenheit.
Severe prostration. (para 2-8b)
Any 3 of these five ways are correct.
Wear repellent and protective clothing to prevent bites.
Look often for ticks and remove them immediately.
Wear gloves when handling wild animals and skinning them.
Disinfect water before drinking it in an area where tularemia is suspected.
Be sure meat from wild game and birds is thoroughly cooked before eating it.
To put a wet saline dressing on each of the primary lesions.
Hospitalize the patient, provide bed rest, and give meticulous fluid, electrolyte
therapy. (para 2-3d)
It is a widespread infectious, febrile disease affecting principally ruminants, cattle,
swine, and goats; but sometimes it affects other animals (dogs, raccoons,
opossums) including man. (para 2-4a)
Unpasteurized milk, other milk products.
End of Lesson 2