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close this bookGuidelines for Cholera Control (WHO; 1993; 68 pages)
View the documentPreface
View the documentAcknowledgements
View the document1. Introduction
View the document2. About cholera
open this folder and view contents3. Preventing cholera
open this folder and view contents4. Being prepared for a cholera epidemic
open this folder and view contents5. Early responses to the threat of an outbreak
open this folder and view contents6. Management of the patient with cholera
open this folder and view contents7. Preventing the spread of an outbreak
View the document8. Epidemiology: investigating an outbreak
open this folder and view contents9. The role of the laboratory
View the document10. After an outbreak
View the documentAdditional information on cholera control
open this folder and view contentsAnnexes
View the documentSelected WHO publications of related interest

Guidelines for Cholera Control

World Health Organization

WHO Library Cataloguing in Publication Data
Guidelines for cholera control.


1. Cholera - prevention & control - handbooks

ISBN 92 4 154449 X

(NLM Classification: WC 39)

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Reprinted 1996, 1998

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92/9366 - Strategic - 7500
98/11868 - Strategic - 2000

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