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Pertussis Educational Materials

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Immunization Branch

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Pertussis Facts | Physician Information | Other Resources


In response to feedback from frontline surveillance staff, new pertussis posters and brochures were developed targeting adolescents and adults. You are welcome to print these materials for your patients or clients.

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Spanish Version

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Pertussis Poster

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Pertussis Poster

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Pertussis Poster

   

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Pertussis Brochure child-Spanish

Pertussis Brochure

Is it just a cough?
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¿Es sólo una tos?
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Who gets pertussis/whooping cough?
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¿A quién le da tos ferina?
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How is pertussis spread and is it dangerous?
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¿Cómo se contagia la tos ferina y  es peligrosa?
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Can pertussis be prevented?
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¿Puede prevenirse la tos ferina?
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Spanish Version

Adult Pertussis Poster

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Pertussis
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Anyone can get Pertussis
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A cualquiera le puede dar la tos ferina
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What are the symptoms?
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¿Cuáles son los síntomas?
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How is pertussis diagnosed?
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¿Cómo se diagnostica la tos ferina?
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How can babies be protected?
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¿Cómo podemos proteger a los bebés?
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For additional Information, contact Laura Tabony or David Bastis, Immunization Division, Surveillance and Epidemiology Program, at (512) 458-7284, or email Surveillance & Epidemiology Program.

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Last updated November 12, 2013