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  1. The 6 Childhood Killer Diseases PART 1 TUBERCULOSIS Facilitator/Trainer: Sarah Ashley

  2. Today’s Objectives After this lesson you will be able to answer the following questions: • What is Tuberculosis? • What types of Tuberculosis exist? • How do you get it? • What are the Symptoms? • How can you know you have TB? • How do you treat it? • How can you prevent it?

  3. Do You Know The 6 Childhood Killer Diseases? Press the Down Arrow Key ( ) on the Keyboard to reveal their names WHOOPING COUGH #1 DIPTHERIA #2 MEASLES #3 POLIO #4 TETANUS #5 TUBERCULOSIS #6

  4. Polio affects… What Do You Know About Them? Press the Down Arrow Key ( ) on the Keyboard to connect the facts …the lungs Whooping Cough starts like… …rashes …the throat Tuberculosisaffects… Measles gives… …the legs Diptheria affects… …a locked jaw Tetanus causes… …a common cold

  5. What Is Tuberculosis? • It is an infection caused by bacteria. • The name comes from the word tubercles which are the small, hard lumps that form when the immune system builds a wall round the TB bacteria. • It affects the lungs but can spread to other organs in the body

  6. What Types of Tuberculosis Exist? 2 types of Tuberculosis REACTIVATION TB PRIMARY TB Happens in people who have BEEN EXPOSED BEFORE. Their Immune System gets weak and so the TB can break out of the wall and cause ACTIVE DISEASE Happens in people who have NEVER had it before. It is their FIRST EXPOSURE to the TB bacteria. #1 #2

  7. How Do You Get It? Through the air • When someone sneezes • When someone coughs

  8. What Are The Symptoms? • Coughing for more than 3 weeks • Weight loss • Lack of appetite • Constant fatigue • Night sweats • Fevers 3 weeks

  9. How Can You Know You Have TB? To diagnose TB, • See a doctor He will perform: • The tuberculin (Mantoux) skin test • X-Rays of your lungs • A culture test of your saliva Encourage participants to attend TB screenings whenever they come to their neighborhood

  10. How Do You Treat It? • LEVEL 1: Those who are infected but don’t have the active disease ISONIAZID for 9+ months • LEVEL 2: Those with the active disease get multiple ANTIBIOTICS for 6+ months

  11. How Can You Prevent TB? To prevent getting TB: • Get immunized! • Get your children & infants immunized with BCG! • Stay away from people known or suspected to have TB • Attend TB screenings as often as you can when Test Centers are set up in your neighborhood

  12. How Can You Prevent TB? To prevent spreading it to others: • Cover your mouth when coughing • Cover your nose when you sneeze • Avoid shaking hands with people • Wash your hands frequently, especially after sneezing and coughing

  13. Have You Learned? What is Tuberculosis? What are the types of TB? How is it spread? What are the symptoms? How can you know you have TB? How do you treat it? How can you prevent getting TB? How can you prevent spreading TB?

  14. Check Your Learning • Evaluate your understanding of today’s lesson on Tuberculosis • Answer the 10 questions in the Quiz that follows • Click on the letter that represents the response you want to choose • You will know right away if your answer is right or wrong • Good Luck!

  15. 1. If someone asks you, “What is Tuberculosis?” your answer would be: It is an infection of a killer virus It is a sickness that affects only children It is a disease caused by bacteria I’m not sure Question 1/10 A B C D

  16. 1. If someone asks you, “What is Tuberculosis?” your answer would be: It is an infection of a killer virus It is a sickness that affects only children It is a disease caused by bacteria I’m not sure Question 1/10 A B C D  Correct CONTINUE

  17. 1. If someone asks you, “What is Tuberculosis?” your answer would be: It is an infection of a killer virus It is a sickness that affects only children It is a disease caused by bacteria I’m not sure Question 1/10 A B C D Sorry…try again BACK

  18. 2. Which part of the body does TB infect? The lungs The eyes The nose Other parts of the body Only (a) Only (a) and (d) (a), (b) and (c) (a), (c) and (d) Question 2/10 A B C D

  19. 2. Which part of the body does TB infect? The lungs The eyes The nose Other parts of the body Only (a) Only (a) and (d) (a), (b) and (c) (a), (c) and (d) Question 2/10 A B C D  Correct CONTINUE

  20. 2. Which part of the body does TB infect? The lungs The eyes The nose Other parts of the body Only (a) Only (a) and (d) (a), (b) and (c) (a), (c) and (d) Question 2/10 A B C D Sorry…try again BACK

  21. 3. The following is true about Tuberculosis except: Once infected, you can get TB again and again Sinus TB is a type of Tuberculosis There are two types of Tuberculosis The TB bacteria can be in you but be inactive Question 3/10 A B C D

  22. 3. The following is true about Tuberculosis except: Once infected, you can get TB again and again Sinus TB is a type of Tuberculosis There are two types of Tuberculosis The TB bacteria can be in you but be inactive Question 3/10 A B C D  Correct CONTINUE

  23. 3. The following is true about Tuberculosis except: Once infected, you can get TB again and again Sinus TB is a type of Tuberculosis There are two types of Tuberculosis The TB bacteria can be in you but be inactive Question 3/10 A B C D Sorry…try again BACK

  24. 4. You can get Tuberculosis: By shaking a sick person’s hand When someone sneezes When someone coughs All of the above Question 4/10 A B C D

  25. 4. You can get Tuberculosis: By shaking a sick person’s hand When someone sneezes When someone coughs All of the above Question 4/10 A B C D  Correct CONTINUE

  26. 4. You can get Tuberculosis: By shaking a sick person’s hand When someone sneezes When someone coughs All of the above Question 4/10 A B C D Sorry…try again BACK

  27. 5. The following are symptoms of Tuberculosis: Extended period of coughing Fevers Loss of appetite Weight gain Sweating Shivering Constant fatigue A red rash across the chest (a), (c) and (f) (b), (d), (e) and (g) (c), (e) and (g) All of the above Question 5/10 A B C D

  28. 5. The following are symptoms of Tuberculosis: Extended period of coughing Fevers Loss of appetite Weight gain Sweating Shivering Constant fatigue A red rash across the chest (a), (c) and (f) (b), (d), (e) and (g) (c), (e) and (g) All of the above Question 5/10 A B C D  Correct CONTINUE

  29. 5. The following are symptoms of Tuberculosis: Extended period of coughing Fevers Loss of appetite Weight gain Sweating Shivering Constant fatigue A red rash across the chest (a), (c) and (f) (b), (d), (e) and (g) (c), (e) and (g) All of the above Question 5/10 A B C D Sorry…try again BACK

  30. 6. To know if you have TB, you have to: Get your throat examined Take a Mantoux skin test Get a Mantoux x-ray Monitor your temperature for fevers Question 6/10 A B C D

  31. 6. To know if you have TB, you have to: Get your throat examined Take a Mantoux skin test Get a Mantoux x-ray Monitor your temperature for fevers Question 6/10 A B C D  Correct CONTINUE

  32. 6. To know if you have TB, you have to: Get your throat examined Take a Mantoux skin test Get a Mantoux x-ray Monitor your temperature for fevers Question 6/10 A B C D Sorry…try again BACK

  33. 7. The recommended treatment for TB is: To isolate the infected person(s) The same for those with active and inactive TB Antibiotics for those with the active disease All except (A) Question 7/10 A B C D

  34. 7. The recommended treatment for TB is: To isolate the infected person(s) The same for those with active and inactive TB Antibiotics for those with the active disease All except (A) Question 7/10 A B C D  Correct CONTINUE

  35. 7. The recommended treatment for TB is: To isolate the infected person(s) The same for those with active and inactive TB Antibiotics for those with the active disease All except (A) Question 7/10 A B C D Sorry…try again BACK

  36. 8. Prevent getting Tuberculosis by: Immunizing your children with BCG Get immunized yourself Stay away from TB patients All of the above Question 8/10 A B C D

  37. 8. Prevent getting Tuberculosis by: Immunizing your children with BCG Get immunized yourself Stay away from TB patients All of the above Question 8/10 A B C D  Correct CONTINUE

  38. 8. Prevent getting Tuberculosis by: Immunizing your children with BCG Get immunized yourself Stay away from TB patients All of the above Question 8/10 A B C D Sorry…try again BACK

  39. 9. Prevent spreading TB by: Washing your handkerchiefs Avoid coughing in public Covering your nose and mouth when you sneeze or cough Shaking hands with those infected with TB Question 9/10 A B C D

  40. 9. Prevent spreading TB by: Washing your handkerchiefs Avoid coughing in public Covering your nose and mouth when you sneeze or cough Shaking hands with those infected with TB Question 9/10 A B C D  Correct CONTINUE

  41. 9. Prevent spreading TB by: Washing your handkerchiefs Avoid coughing in public Covering your nose and mouth when you sneeze or cough Shaking hands with those infected with TB Question 9/10 A B C D Sorry…try again BACK

  42. 10. Participating in TB Screenings is a: Recommendation for those who are sick Means of determining if you have TB Useful preventive measure against TB All but (A) Question 10/10 A B C D

  43. 10. Participating in TB Screenings is a: Recommendation for those who are sick Means of determining if you have TB Useful preventive measure against TB All but (A) Question 10/10 A B C D  Correct CONTINUE

  44. 10. Participating in TB Screenings is a: Recommendation for those who are sick Means of determining if you have TB Useful preventive measure against TB All but (A) Question 10/10 A B C D Sorry…try again BACK

  45. If you got more than 8 correct on your first attempt Quiz Evaluation Good Job! You've given it your best shot CLICK HERE If you got between 5 and 7 correct on your first attempt CLICK HERE If you got 4 or less correct on your first attempt CLICK HERE

  46. Congratulations! You've passed with flying colors! See you at the next training class.

  47. Good Job! However, you might want to retake the Quiz, just to be sure you know the material you will be teaching on the field RE-TAKE QUIZ

  48. Thanks For Your Good Effort! You Might Find It Useful To Go Through The Lesson Again. Do Contact The Trainer For Clarification If You Are Having Problems With Anything.

  49. Summary of Lesson In this lesson you have learned the answers to the following questions: • What is Tuberculosis? • What types of Tuberculosis exist? • How do you get it? • What are the Symptoms? • How can you know you have TB? • How do you treat it? • How do you prevent getting & spreading TB?

  50. Don’t forget to pick up your Certificate of Participation from the Trainer on your way out. Thank you for coming! GO TO BEGINNING OF LESSON