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Dengue brochure

This brochure discusses the symptoms of dengue, what to do if you get sick, how it is diagnosed, its treatment, and how to prevent dengue infection.

Basic - Fact Sheet

This one-page handout is intended to be used in a clinical setting and to be given to patients / family of patients with suspected dengue to assist them in watching for warning signs that could indicate risk for severe dengue. [Versión Español] Esta hojuela puede ser usada en ambientes clínicos y ser entregada a pacientes y a familiares de pacientes con sospecha de dengue para asistirles en el monitoreo de los signos de peligro que podrían indicar riesgo de dengue severo.

Protect Yourself and Your Baby from Dengue - Fact Sheet

This one page handout discusses that "a pregnant woman infected with dengue virus may infect her unborn baby or her newborn baby at birth". Read the fact sheet to learn more.

A Case Management Guide

The dengue management quick reference card is intended to be used as a convenient user-friendly reference for health care providers treating patients with dengue. The card summarizes current best treatment guidelines as per a recent World Health Organization (WHO) sponsored series of meetings with a committee of expert dengue clinicians.

Vector control sheet

Hand outs on how to prevent the spread of the Mosquito that causes dengue.

This one-page handout English [PDF - 2 pages] and
Portuguese [DOC - 2 pages]

 
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