Level of awareness of communicable disease checklist

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THIS RESEARCH TOOL IS USE TO CONDUCT SURVEY ON AWARENESS OF COMMON COMMUNICABLE DISEASES

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Level of awareness of communicable disease checklist

  1. 1. LEVEL OF AWARENESS OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASE CHECKLIST Part 1 - Profile of Respondents: 1. Age: _________ 2. Sex: ( ) Male ( ) Female 3. Educational Attainment: Please put a check (√) mark on a given option below ( ) – Post-Graduate ( ) – High School Undergrad ( ) – College Graduate ( ) – Elementary Graduate ( ) – College Undergrad ( ) – Elementary Undergrad ( ) – High School Graduate Part 2- Level of Awareness of Communicable Diseases: 1. Please read each item carefully and decide honestly to what extent you have knowledge about common communicable diseases. 2. Put a check (√) marks under the given common communicable diseases that you believe it fit-in to the description given. 3. Leave the box blank or unmark if it does not fit to the description given or you are not sure. Gonococcal Diseases (STD) Chicken Pox Infectious Diarrhea / Food poisoning HIV/AIDS PneumoniaTuberculosis/ Hepatits A Viral Dengue Malaria Hepatitis B Viral Typhoid fever Mode of TransmissionWhich specific communicablediseases that fits in the descriptionabout the mode of transmissionsbelow?1. Hands of infected person soiled with their own lesion discharges (semen or vaginal discharges)2. Respiratory droplets or objects contaminated with discharges3. Sexual activity, hands of infected persons soiled with their own discharges
  2. 2. 4. Water or food contaminated with feces 5. Inhale or contact of droplets expelled from the sick during sneezing, coughing, spitting and speaking, 6. Through ingestion of contaminated food or water, or use of contaminated eating utensils7. Touching of mucous membranes of the mouth, nose and the eyes, etc with hands contaminated with infective agents8. Through blood transfusion, tattooing, ear piercing or sexual intercourse9. From the pregnant mother to the fetus10. Contact with infected areas of vagina of infected mother during birth11. Carried out through mosquito bites.12. Food or water contaminated with feces, or urine from infected person Hepatits A Viral Dengue Gonococcal Diseases (STD) Chicken Pox Infectious Diarrhea / Food poisoning HIV/AIDS PneumoniaTuberculosis/ Hepatitis B Viral Malaria Typhoid fever Signs and Symptoms of Communicable Diseases Which specific communicable diseases have a positive signs and symptoms given in every item? 1. There is a presence of very high fever 2. The period of high communicability of the disease is during when the rashes dried out. 3. There is present of profuse night sweating. 4. There is pain in urination and inflammation in the scrotum (man) and/ or urethral/vaginal tract (woman)
  3. 3. 5. There is presence of jaundice (yellowish discoloration) of the sclera and skin 6. Presence of cough, sputum discharges 7. The opportunistic infections will appear for many years when immune system is severely compromise 8. Fever will occur and persist when infection progress without early medical intervention 9. There is diarrhea and abdominal pain. 10. Dehydration develop when late or no medical intervention associated with low-moderate fever 11. There is presence of blistered rashes 12. Fine rashes will appear after many days of high fever Gonococcal Diseases (STD) Chicken Pox Infectious Diarrhea / Food poisoning HIV/AIDS Hepatits A Viral Dengue Malaria PneumoniaTuberculosis/ Hepatitis B Viral Typhoid fever Prevention & Control of Communicable DiseasesWhich specific communicable diseasesapplicable to the preventive and controlmeasures given every item? 1. Use condom during sexual intercourse 2. Practice hand washing.
  4. 4. 3. Disinfection or Chlorinate drinking water4. Kill breeding sites5. Isolation from family members and separate personal belongings including kitchen utensils.6. Avoid eating elsewhere if unsure of sanitary practice in cooking food7. Avoid multiple sexual partners8. Have yourself vaccinated9. Maintain clean environment and personal hygiene.10. Eat nutritious variety kind of food11. Cook food appropriately and reheat food in right temperature12. Avoid pin piercing, tattoo, or exchange any hypodermic needles

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