Monday, February 7, 2011

Helping with. How You Prevent Swine or AH1N1 in your Home and Street

Home and the Street 
Be watchful for emergency warning signs that might indicate you need to seek medical attention
Who have severe symptoms — coughs, aches and high fevers — to contact their personal doctors for testing.

Contact with their health care provider about any special care they might need if they are health condition such as diabetes, heart disease, asthma, emphysema and pregnancy.

Cover all the time coughs and sneezes. Clean hands with soap and water this is most recommended based hand rub often and especially after using tissues and after coughing or sneezing into hands. Avoid close contact with others.

Take seriously – do not go to work or school while ill.

Keep the sick person away from other people as much as possible see placement of the sick person at home.

Have the sick person wear a surgical mask if they need to be in a common area of the house near other persons.

Use paper towels for drying hands after hand washing placed immediately in trash make sure is no to going at the ground.

Avoid being face-to-face with the sick person. Or not.

Avoid the salute with shake hands and kisses also with your family at this time of phase of pandemic .

Wear an N95 respirator if you help a sick person.

Used face masks and N95 respirators should be taken off and placed immediately in the regular trash make sure is going there so people they don’t touch anything else.
Avoid re-using disposable face-masks and N95 respirators if possible. If a reusable fabric face-mask is used, it should be laundered with normal laundry detergent and tumble-dried in a hot dryer.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Soap, is the most effective item for this purpose to avoid illness