Bathe daily and change clothing daily.
Tuck your pants into boots.
(b) Button your shirt up entirely.
Button you shirtsleeves.
Use insect repellent; spray pesticides to eliminate or control insects.
(5) Blood donors should be question for history of malaria or possible
exposure to the disease.
(a) May not donate blood up to 6 months after return from a
susceptible area, if patient has not taken anti-malarial drugs, or has been symptom-free.
(b) If anti-malarial drugs are taken, definitely identified as having
malaria, individuals may be accepted as blood donors after three years.
a. Rabies is an acute, infectious disease of the central nervous system to which
all warm-blooded animals and humans are susceptible.
Wild animals include skunks, foxes, raccoons, and bats.
Domestic animals include dogs, cats, pigs, horses, and mules.
b. Mode of Transmission. Bites from affected animals.
c. Signs and Symptoms.
Slight temperature elevation.
Immediately wash wound with large amount of saline.