Prepared By:
HANNAH MARIE M. BAGU, RN
MSN 1st
year – 2nd
Semester
are illness due to an infectious agent
or toxic products that are transmitted
directly or indirectly to a well person
thr...
Rubivirus
Forscheimer Rash
14-21 days
1 wk before and 4days
after the onset of rashes
Direct contact, airborne
Morbilivirus
Koplik’s spot
4days before and 5days
after the appearance of
rash
Airborne, contact &
droplet
Varicella-Zoster zvirus
10-12 days
Direct contact to the
skin lesion, indirect
cintact via fomites &
airborne
A day be...
DIPHTHERIA
Corynebacterium
Diphtheriae – Klebs
Lofer Bacilus
2-5days
2-4wks for untreated
1-2days for treated
patient
WHOOPING COUGH
a.k.a Pertussis
Bodella Pertussis
7-14days
7days after exposure up
to 3wks paroxysms
TETANUS
a.k.a Lock Jaw
Clostridium Tetani
Direct contact
Risus Sardonicus
HEAD LICE
ASCARIASIS
Aatransmission based precautions.pptx
Aatransmission based precautions.pptx
Aatransmission based precautions.pptx
Aatransmission based precautions.pptx
Aatransmission based precautions.pptx
Aatransmission based precautions.pptx
Aatransmission based precautions.pptx
Aatransmission based precautions.pptx
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Aatransmission based precautions.pptx

  1. 1. Prepared By: HANNAH MARIE M. BAGU, RN MSN 1st year – 2nd Semester
  2. 2. are illness due to an infectious agent or toxic products that are transmitted directly or indirectly to a well person through an agency, and a vector or an inanimate object.
  3. 3. Rubivirus Forscheimer Rash 14-21 days 1 wk before and 4days after the onset of rashes Direct contact, airborne
  4. 4. Morbilivirus Koplik’s spot 4days before and 5days after the appearance of rash Airborne, contact & droplet
  5. 5. Varicella-Zoster zvirus 10-12 days Direct contact to the skin lesion, indirect cintact via fomites & airborne A day before eruption of the first lesion up to five days after the appearance of the last crop “center out”
  6. 6. DIPHTHERIA Corynebacterium Diphtheriae – Klebs Lofer Bacilus 2-5days 2-4wks for untreated 1-2days for treated patient
  7. 7. WHOOPING COUGH a.k.a Pertussis Bodella Pertussis 7-14days 7days after exposure up to 3wks paroxysms
  8. 8. TETANUS a.k.a Lock Jaw Clostridium Tetani Direct contact Risus Sardonicus
  9. 9. HEAD LICE
  10. 10. ASCARIASIS

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