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WHO Report on Global Surveillance of Epidemic-prone Infectious Diseases - Cholera: Previous page | 1,2,3,4,5,6

References & links

  :: Table of contents
  1. Background of the disease
  2. Description of the data
  3. Trends
  4. Conclusions
  5. References & links
  6. Tables
 

Publications and Documents

  • Cholera and other epidemic diarrhoeal diseases control - Technical cards on environmental sanitation, World Health Organization, 1997. WHO/EMC/DIS/97.6.
  • Epidemic diarrhoeal disease preparedness and response - Training and practice, 1998. Facilitator's guide, World Health Organization, 1997, WHO/EMC/DIS/97.4 Rev.1.
  • Epidemic diarrhoeal disease preparedness and response - Training and practice, Participant's manual, World Health Organization, 1997, WHO/EMC/DIS/97.3.
  • Guidelines for cholera control, 1993, World Health Organization, Geneva.
  • Management of the patient with cholera, World Health Organization, 1992, WHO/CDD/SER/91.15 Rev1 (1992).

Web pages

- Cholera fact sheet
- Epidemic dysentery fact sheet
- Some frequently asked questions about cholera 
- Cholera in Disease Outbreak News
- Cholera and epidemic-prone diarrhoeal diseases

Videos

  • Cholera: the unnecessary disease. (31 mn)
  • A new time for cholera (Vibrio cholerae 0139). (24 mn)

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