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Cerebro Spinal Fever

  • Caused by a bacteria Neisseria meningititis.
  • Occurs as sudden onset of fever, intense headache, nausea, vomitting, stiff neck, rash and coma.
  • Transmitted by direct contact, respiratory droplets.

Prevention:

  • Report to local health authorities.
  • Education on the need to reduce direct contact and droplet infection.
  • Reduce over crowding.
  • Close surveillance of household, day care.
  • Vaccines are available.
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