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Brandon P

on 3 March 2011

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Transcript of Mumps

Mumps some symptoms of mumps are fever, headache,and muscle pain usually the cheek and jaw area swel on one or both sides. another symptom is muscle pain. all of these symptoms happen in the first two days the virus is in the saliva of an infected person and is spread from person to person through the air by coughing, sneezing and talking. In children, mumps is usually a mild disease. Adults may have the disease more serious than children. There is no specific treatment for mumps There is only supportive treatment between 2009 and 2010 with more than 6,000 cases reported in those years. mumps is now rare in the united states mumps is a viral infection that can cause swelling salivary glands of an infected person. mumps is confirmed by a blood test, saliva test and a couple more. mumps can be preented by a vaccine with combination of measles and rubella vacine. (called MMR vaccine) the two doses of vaccine normally provide life long immunity children under 2 usually have mild cases of mumps. Symptoms Spreads How Many Have IT Some Facts How Serious These are a couple of pics of people/animals who have mumps it is very rare to have people die from mumps a year getting mumps used to be common not anymore less than a 1000 people get it a year This prezi was by Kolin Callahan and Brandon Plaza....Hopefully it wasnt boring.
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