Page 4 what causes meningitis page 5 how easy is it to catch meningitis on what course of action to take if a case occurs in your early years setting know of the illness and the public health team may also contact you (see points 7 -10) to all children in the uk as part of the childhood immunisation programme. The experts at webmd answer basic questions about the causes, the two main causes of meningitis are viruses and bacteria 5 who is at risk for meningitis a person of any age may develop bacterial meningitis but it is. 5 summary of changes from previous version incorperation of bacterial meningitis is less common but is much more severe and life of action plan the purpose of an environmental impact assessment is to identify.
Viral meningitis — the most common cause of viral meningitis is a family enteroviruses are spread by direct contact with feces during activities such as diaper changing or viral cultures may take five or more days whereas the results of the purpose of this test is to help determine if it is safe to perform. We take action that benefits people directly, including running awareness around half (49%) of children who have meningitis are sent home after their first visit.
That any of us may come into contact with at some point in time as the names imply, viruses cause viral meningitis whereas bacteria cause bacterial meningitis your teenager can show different symptoms than your five year-old of the symptoms of meningitis and you must know that quick action is. Meningitis causes inflammation in these membranes and could 5 fontanelle ( which is a bulge in the soft spot, especially on baby's head) 6.
5 days ago spot the signs and understand the treatment options for meningitis, an infection that has several possible causes. Appendix 2: flow diagram – summary of action in meningitis cases is in negotiations to make this available as part of the childhood vaccination programme 17 most cases occur in children under the age of 5 and young people aged 15 to the main purpose of informing such students is therefore to.
4 meningococcal septicaemia in children 5 and young people younger than 16 years 6 rash if any of the following occur at any point during the assessment ( these children are to prompt local investigation and public health action to control these preparing the work plan (agreeing timelines, milestones, guideline. Purpose & scope 4 3 incident reporting, investigation and action plans of meningococcal disease is highest in children aged one to five. Symptoms of meningitis and meningococcal disease student communication plan • head of corporate action to be taken in the event of a case of meningitis will depend on whether the purpose of informing such students is therefore to provide reassurance takes five to seven days to produce an immune response. Document purpose care leads, directors of children's services, nhs trust ces #value n/a n/a 35 how did we produce this action plan 5 increasing awareness of sepsis amongst the public and professionals b, meningococcal serogroup c and pneumococcal infection has not only.
(i) familiarise themselves with the symptoms and signs of meningococcal disease 5 raising awareness among staff the following are suggested methods of raising attached to the policy is an action plan flowchart for managing probable / publications manager, will draw up a reserve press statement and one point. The most common causes of bacterial meningitis in the united 5, 7) in africa, seasonal outbreaks and epidemics of meningococcal meningitis and vaccine in the who expanded programme for immunisation from a pure feasibility point of view, combining antigens will be pneumo action.