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Definitions of symptoms to exclude active tuberculosis before providing tuberculosis preventive treatment to adults and children living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in countries with the highest burdens of tuberculosis or HIV- associated tuberculosis Country Adults living with HIV Children living with HIV Symptoms defined by WHO Additional symptoms or findings Symptoms defined by WHO Additional symptoms or findings Angola Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss N/A Current cough; fever; weight loss or poor weight gain Chest X-ray findings suggestive of tuberculosis Bangladesh N/A N/A Current cough; fever; contact history with a tuberculosis case; weight loss or poor weight gain Fatigue, lethargy, neck mass, wheeze, ascites Botswana N/A N/A N/A N/A Cambodia Current cough; fever; night sweats Fatigue; lethargy; wheeze; neck mass; abdominal mass; ascites Current cough; fever; contact history with a tuberculosis case; weight loss or poor weight gain Failure to thrive, enlarged lymph nodes Cameroon Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss N/A Current cough; fever; weight loss or poor weight gain N/A Central African Republic Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss N/A Current cough; fever; contact history with a tuberculosis case; weight loss or poor weight gain N/A Democratic Republic of the Congo Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss N/A Current cough; fever; contact history with a tuberculosis case; weight loss or poor weight gain N/A Ethiopia Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss N/A Current cough; fever; contact history with a tuberculosis case; weight loss or poor weight gain N/A Ghana N/A N/A Current cough; fever; contact history with a tuberculosis case; weight loss or poor weight gain Fatigue, lethargy, neck swelling, wheeze India Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss N/A N/A N/A Indonesia Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss Signs of extrapulmonary tuberculosis N/A N/A Kenya Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss N/A Current cough; fever; contact history with a tuberculosis case; weight loss or poor weight gain Lethargy, less playful than usual Lesotho Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss N/A Current cough; fever; contact history with a tuberculosis case; weight loss or poor weight gain N/A Malawi Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss N/A Current cough; fever Failure to thrive, night sweats, malnutrition Mozambique N/A N/A Current cough; fever; weight loss or poor weight gain N/A Myanmar Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss N/A Current cough; fever; contact history with a tuberculosis case; weight loss or poor weight gain N/A Namibia Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss Chest pain; shortness of breath; haemoptysis; loss of appetite; diarrhoea; fatigue; enlarged lymph nodes Current cough; fever; contact history with a tuberculosis case; weight loss or poor weight gain Enlarged lymph nodes (continues. . .) (...) Country Adults living with HIV Children living with HIV Symptoms defined by WHO Additional symptoms or findings Symptoms defined by WHO Additional symptoms or findings Nigeria Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss N/A N/A N/A Pakistan Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss N/A Current cough; fever; contact history with a tuberculosis case; weight loss or poor weight gain N/A Papua New Guinea Current cough; night sweats; weight loss N/A N/A N/A Philippines Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss N/A N/A N/A Sierra Leone Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss N/A N/A N/A South Africa Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss N/A Current cough; fever; contact history with a tuberculosis case; weight loss or poor weight gain Fatigue Swaziland Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss N/A Current cough; fever; contact history with a tuberculosis case; weight loss or poor weight gain N/A Thailand N/A N/A N/A N/A Uganda Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss N/A N/A N/A United Republic of Tanzania Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss N/A Fever; contact history with a tuberculosis case; weight loss or poor weight gain N/A Viet Nam Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss N/A N/A N/A Zambia Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss N/A Current cough; fever; contact history with a tuberculosis case; weight loss or poor weight gain N/A Zimbabwe Current cough; fever; night sweats; weight loss Haemoptysis N/A N/A HIV: human immunodeficiency virus; N/A: data not available; WHO: World Health Organization. (...) The majority of the countries (20/30) applied the WHO four-symp- tom screening rule (current cough, fever, weight loss and night sweats) for ex- cluding pulmonary tuberculosis before starting preventive treatment (Table 2).
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Score: 1664623.4 - https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/96/3/17-199414.pdf
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Recent weight loss 5. Night sweats Yes No 6. Contact w/ active case 7.
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Score: 1600085.1 - https://www.who.int/tdr/diseas...erculosis/case-report-form.pdf
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Karine Markosyan says Omicron’s symptoms begin on the second day of infection and usually include sore throat, headache, fatigue, sneezing, night sweats, and bone, joint, muscle, and back pain. (...) If breathing problems begin—shortness of breath, excessive sweating, weakness, wheezing during physical exertion—it means that the lungs are also damaged.
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Score: 1554866.3 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia...ories/omicron-and-seasonal-flu
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The two young men spent the night in the woods, with many other refugees, listening to the sounds of shooting and shelling. (...) I remember that within half an hour or one hour, I was soaking with sweat. Everything I was wearing, my shirt, my trousers, it was all soaked in sweat. (...) At Omarska, none of the people taken away at night ever returned. In August, most of the prisoners were transferred to different camps.
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Score: 1552495.9 - https://www.icty.org/en/sid/10126
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The two young men spent the night in the woods, with many other refugees, listening to the sounds of shooting and shelling. (...) I remember that within half an hour or one hour, I was soaking with sweat. Everything I was wearing, my shirt, my trousers, it was all soaked in sweat. (...) At Omarska, none of the people taken away at night ever returned. In August, most of the prisoners were transferred to different camps.
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Score: 1552495.9 - https://www.icty.org/en/content/samir-poljak
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The two young men spent the night in the woods, with many other refugees, listening to the sounds of shooting and shelling. (...) I remember that within half an hour or one hour, I was soaking with sweat. Everything I was wearing, my shirt, my trousers, it was all soaked in sweat. (...) At Omarska, none of the people taken away at night ever returned. In August, most of the prisoners were transferred to different camps.
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Score: 1552495.9 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/9070
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. • Animals do not show any clinical signs when infected with CCHF. s s FACT SHEET s s s REPORT ALL SUSPECTED CASES TO THE NEAREST HEALTH FACILITY IMMEDIATELY s s • If your animals are infested with ticks spray them using a recommended acaricide to kill the ticks • Avoid direct physical contact with body fluids such as blood, saliva, vomit, stool, urine and sweat from an infected person. • Wash your hands with soap and clean water immediately if you get in contact with a suspected patient • Do not use skin piercing instruments which have been used by a person suspected to have CCHF • Avoid direct contact with dead bodies of people who have died of CCHF • Avoid using bed linen and clothes of people who have died of CCHF What are the roles of community leaders? • Community leaders (LC 1) must report all suspected CCHF cases to the nearest health unit or to the mobile team • Assist and work with all Health Units and Mobile Teams in charge of finding patients every day • Community leaders should restrict movement of suspected cases until instructions are issued from the District Medical Office or the Ministry of Health. • Help to educate the community on the signs and symptoms, transmission modes of CCHF and how to prevent it. • Restrict public gatherings at markets, community burials, night clubs and public assemblies. • Advise livestock owners to control ticks using recommended acaricides and recommended treatment scheme. • Boil milk before drinking and cook meat properly before eating. • In case there is a person suspected to have CCHF report to the nearest health facility immediately What to do when somebody has died of Crimean- Congo Hemorrhagic Fever?
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Score: 1459259.1 - https://www.unicef.org/uganda/...anda%20CCHF%20fact%20sheet.pdf
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Here are some of the common signs and symptoms: Physical: Shortness of breath, headaches or feeling faint A racing heart and sometimes high blood pressure Feeling fidgety, trembling or feeling weak in the legs Feeling sick in your stomach – cramps, diarrhoea or frequent visits to the bathroom Having trouble sleeping or a reduced appetite Dry mouth, excessive sweating or feeling hot.  Emotional and mental: Struggling to focus on things – lack of concentration Feeling panicky, nervous or on edge Feeling overwhelmed or a sense of dread Feeling out of control in a situation Feeling tired and grumpy Anxiety feels different for everyone. (...) Experts recommend nine to 12 hours of sleep a night for 6- to 12-year-olds. Teens need eight to 10 hours a night. To protect sleep time, limit screen time at night and avoid keeping digital devices in the bedroom.
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Score: 1453838.2 - https://www.unicef.org/northmacedonia/what-anxiety
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This can have many effects on a child’s mind and body, such as: Physical Shallow breathing, sweating and a racing heart Headaches, dizziness and difficulty sleeping Nausea, indigestion or digestive problems Weight gain or loss from eating too much or too little Aches and pains and falling sick more often. (...) Experts recommend 9 to 12 hours of sleep a night for 6- to 12-year-olds. Teens need 8 to 10 hours a night. To protect sleep, limit screen use at night and avoid keeping digital devices in the bedroom.
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Score: 1423558.2 - https://www.unicef.org/greece/en/node/981
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