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A guide on basic precaution measures to be adopted in the wake of Flue and related diseases.

A guide on basic precaution measures to be adopted in the wake of Flue and related diseases.



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  • Swine Flu Grips India
    • Last time ……
    • 750+ cases reported in India
    • 150+ in Pune District alone
    • Majority of them were school students
    • Others in offices
    • T he second wave was expected during season changes!
      • Are we ready to face the situation!
      • Do we have viable solutions to this problem!
    Data as on 3 rd Aug 2009
  • What is H1N1 - Swine Flu
    • H1N1 is a new virus and humankind does not have herd immunity against it and hence the rapid spread
    • In tropical countries like India there is propensity towards flu epidemics in monsoon season due to high humidity, cooler temperatures and indoor crowding of people
    • No need to panic! It is self-limiting illness
    • It is an air borne disease and does not spread through food or drinking water
    • The symptoms are similar to regular seasonal flu – fever, chills, body ache, headache, cough, sneezing, runny nose, throat pain, fatigue, loss of appetite, vomiting, loose motions
    • Best way of prevention of any flu is to maintain good personal hygiene, to stay in good health with proper sleep, balanced diet with plenty fluids and exercise and reducing time spend in crowded places
  • H1N1 virus – Facts
    • Who is a suspected case of H1N1 Flu?
    • A person with respiratory symptoms and fever (1) within seven days of close contact with a person who is a confirmed case of H1N1 Flu (2) Within seven days of travel to community where there are confirmed cases of H1N1 Flu (3) who resides in a community where there are confirmed case of H1N1 Flu
    • Who is a close contact?
    • Anyone who comes within three feet of a confirmed case and remains there for at least an hour
    • What is the treatment?
    • The treatment for a confirmed case is isolation and Tamiflu (Oseltamivir) tablets. ( available only in govt. identified hospitals)
    • Testing and treatment are available only with Government organizations. All cases do not require Tamiflu tablets
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  • Check yourself!
    • If you have Flu symptoms; don’t Panic!
    • Self Checks: Have you been in touch with any affected person or come in contact with person coming from abroad with similar symptoms
    • If the answers to above are YES; visit a doctor and take medical prescription before proceeding to H1N1 Test
    • If the answer is NO please see a doctor, take medication and practice Self Quarantine – stay at home and maintain a distance of 2 metres from others, wear a mask and use hand sanitisers frequently
    • More People die in India of Dengue, Pneumonia and TB.
    • The diseases can be controlled if we can change our attitude and believe in “Prevention better than Cure”
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  • What WHO says….
    • H1N1 Influenza pandemic can’t be stopped now!
    • Two billion people will get infected over a period of next two years
    • All efforts are diverted towards making safe vaccine available at the earliest, ensuring adequate testing and treatment facility and making people aware
    • Please exercise self restraint and practice Clean living and Hygienic habits
    • WHO has declared some guidelines to be H1N1 virus free. The 3 most important points in the preventive measures are:
    • Cover your nose and mouth with disposable tissues when coughing or sneezing
    • Regularly wash hands with soap and water several times during the day
    • If soap and water are not accessible, use alcohol-based hand sanitizers that kill 99.9% germs on hands
    • Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands
    • The above guidelines emphasize:
    • “ Just clean hands can save you from most common germs”
  • Pudumjee Hygiene Products Ltd
    • We are India’s first and only company to offer the widest range of hygiene solutions. Our expertise lies in manufacturing and marketing Total chlorine-free and FDA-compliant tissues.
    • Greenlime is the flagship brand of Pudumjee Hygiene Products Limited.
    • Our world class hygiene solutions, includes a wide range of dispensers, facial tissues, paper hand towels, paper napkins, kitchen rolls, toilet rolls, personal toilet seat covers, hand wash liquid soap, hand sanitizers, Odour neutralizers and more being added regularly.
    “ We are on a mission to Spread Hygiene and a Hygienic Lifestyle!”
  • Effective Hand Hygiene It’s a 3-step Process Hand Washing – Use liquid soap and warm water and wash hands for at least 20 seconds to clean visibly dirty hands. Soap bars spread contamination. Hence, liquid soap from closed dispenser is recommended. Hand Sanitising – Only 2 drops of hand sanitizers kill 99.9% germs on hands. Use them before eating, after visiting washrooms and whenever the “not so visibly dirty” hands need to be cleaned. No soap or water is required before or after using a sanitizer. Hand Drying – Moist surfaces breed bacteria. Dry hands with paper towels and not cloth towels that spread contamination and hot air blowers that waste energy and take more time to dry hands
  • Best way to clean your hands It’s a 20 seconds Act – Sing along a complete rhyme for a good handwash!
  • For H1N1 virus-free premises
    • Use only liquid soaps in closed dispensers in all washrooms as soap bars spread infections.
    • Provide a tissue box at various desks / corners – accessible to all those with cold and cough.
    • Install hand sanitizer dispensers in the kitchen and cafeteria – mandatory for premises that serve meals. And, install them at the main entrance gates of the campus.
    • Kids below 6 years of age should not use sanitizers without supervision. Hence, install a sanitizer dispenser in their sections.
    • Advise people to carry portable sanitizer bottles and tissue packs with them.
    • Put up H1N1 precaution Information and Hand Hygiene posters in the campus.
  • Posters / Leaflets from Greenlime for Your Campus!
  • For more information: Email: [email_address] or visit www.pudumjeehygiene.com www.greenlimezone.com Pudumjee Hygiene Products Limited would be glad to assist you in every situation Corporate Office: Mumbai: Jatia Chambers, 60, Dr. V. B. Gandhi Marg, Mumbai – 400 023 Tel:022-30213333 / 43553333 Admin and Works office: Pune: Rajiv Gandhi Infotech Park Ph -1, Hinjewadi, Pune – 411 027 Tel: 020-30928016 / 30933927/22934536, Fax: 020-22934650