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Luchemos contra la sarna

La Paz, Bolivia : Ministerio de Prevision Social y Salud Publica, 19--

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 59 x 38 cm.

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Predominantly white poster with black lettering. Title on left side of poster with vertical orientation. Sponsors listed below title. Poster features two columns, each with several illustrations. The column on the left shows how to recognize scabies. Scenes include a health worker explaining scabies, a shack without bathing facilities so the parasite finds a host, people of all ages affected, people shaking hands and transmitting the disease, people living or working in groups where the disease can spread, a boy with characteristic crustations at the joints, and a boy with constant itching that can lead to infection. The column on the right addresses treatment. Scenes include children bathing in hot water, two women washing infested items and hanging them in the sun, a doctor applying medication over the entire body of a carrier, women marching together as they mobilize against scabies, and a healthy child bathing in the sun.

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<p>Predominantly white poster with black lettering.  Title on left side of poster with vertical orientation.  Sponsors listed below title.  Poster features two columns, each with several illustrations.  The column on the left shows how to recognize scabies.  Scenes include a health worker explaining scabies, a shack without bathing facilities so the parasite finds a host, people of all ages affected, people shaking hands and transmitting the disease, people living or working in groups where the disease can spread, a boy with characteristic crustations at the joints, and a boy with constant itching that can lead to infection.  The column on the right addresses treatment.  Scenes include children bathing in hot water, two women washing infested items and hanging them in the sun, a doctor applying medication over the entire body of a carrier, women marching together as they mobilize against scabies, and a healthy child bathing in the sun.</p>
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Luchemos contra la sarna

La Paz, Bolivia : Ministerio de Prevision Social y Salud Publica, 19--

<p>Predominantly white poster with black lettering.  Title on left side of poster with vertical orientation.  Sponsors listed below title.  Poster features two columns, each with several illustrations.  The column on the left shows how to recognize scabies.  Scenes include a health worker explaining scabies, a shack without bathing facilities so the parasite finds a host, people of all ages affected, people shaking hands and transmitting the disease, people living or working in groups where the disease can spread, a boy with characteristic crustations at the joints, and a boy with constant itching that can lead to infection.  The column on the right addresses treatment.  Scenes include children bathing in hot water, two women washing infested items and hanging them in the sun, a doctor applying medication over the entire body of a carrier, women marching together as they mobilize against scabies, and a healthy child bathing in the sun.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 59 x 38 cm.

ABSTRACT

Predominantly white poster with black lettering. Title on left side of poster with vertical orientation. Sponsors listed below title. Poster features two columns, each with several illustrations. The column on the left shows how to recognize scabies. Scenes include a health worker explaining scabies, a shack without bathing facilities so the parasite finds a host, people of all ages affected, people shaking hands and transmitting the disease, people living or working in groups where the disease can spread, a boy with characteristic crustations at the joints, and a boy with constant itching that can lead to infection. The column on the right addresses treatment. Scenes include children bathing in hot water, two women washing infested items and hanging them in the sun, a doctor applying medication over the entire body of a carrier, women marching together as they mobilize against scabies, and a healthy child bathing in the sun.

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