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Hand Foot and Mouth Disease

Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease: What is it, prevention and hand, foot and mouth disease in pregnant women | KKH

Hand Foot and Mouth Disease - Symptoms

Hand Foot and Mouth Disease - How to prevent?

​What Can Be Done To Prevent The Spread Of This Disease?

Infected children should not be allowed to go to school, childcare centres and other crowded places until he is fully recovered and for at least 1 week after the start of the illness.

Practise good general hygiene. Wash your hands immediately after contact with the infected child or handling diaper changes, and before handling food. The virus can continue to be shed in stools up to 12 weeks in an infected child so practice good hand hygiene when changing diapers for the infected child. Prevent other children from contact with toys, books, eating utensils, towels, clothes and other personal items used by the infected child.

Hand Foot and Mouth Disease - Causes and Risk Factors

Hand Foot and Mouth Disease - Diagnosis

Hand Foot and Mouth Disease - Treatments

Hand Foot and Mouth Disease - Preparing for surgery

Hand Foot and Mouth Disease - Post-surgery care

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