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Yellow Fever

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Transcript of Yellow Fever

Treatment
Symptoms
Disease Cycle
History
Yellow Fever
History Continued
Where is it Found?
Noah, Lexi, Erin, and Bennett
Citations
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Jeopardy
Game
Time!

First recorded outbreak happened in 1648
Yucatan Peninsula by the Mayans
"Black Vomit"
In 1793 Yellow Fever got into Philadelphia


Picture Citations
(Sources: 8)
(Sources: 11 )
Prevention
U.S Army physician James Carroll
Walter Reed discovered that mosquitoes transmit Yellow Fever
East or Central Africa
Humans and primates
Aedes Aegypti mosquito.
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Africa
South America
Valid certificate of immunization
Yellow Fever in Africa
Yellow Fever in South America
Virus
Humans and monkeys
Transmitted by mosquitoes
(Sources: 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 9)
Mosquitoes
Stay away from standing water
Eliminate any extra or unused standing water sources
Aerial sprays
Increase immunity
Outdoor activities
Long sleeves and pants
Stay in enclosed places or places that have good screens
Non skin repellent
Skin repellent

Prevention
No medicine
Drink plenty of fluids and get a lot of rest
Some drugs can help relieve the symptoms
Placed in locations without mosquitoes
Some people completely recover
Emphasize disease prevention and control
Symptoms
Vaccines
Traveling to South America or Africa
A few weeks before you leave
Valid certificate of immunization
Build up your immune system
Should get vaccinated no matter what
May experience some mild symptoms
One dose is good up to 10 years
Safest for ages 9 months to 60 years old
Some people have gone into a coma from vaccine (uncommon)
Vaccines
How Does It Affect The Body?
Damage internal organs
It can take a few weeks or few months for your body to fully heal
Likely to get other infections too
20-50% of the people die
Older adults are at more risk
You will never get it again
Sources: 3, 9, 10
Sources: 3, 9, 10
Sources: 1, 2, 3, 9, 10
Sources: 2, 3, 9, 10
Sources: 2, 3, 9, 10
Sources: 3, 9, 10
Source: 9
Source: 9
Sources: 3, 9, 10
Sources: 3, 9, 10
Sources: 3, 9, 10
About the Pathogen
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