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English to Khmer (Central): Health Care in Detention--Managing Scabies General field: Medical Detailed field: Medical: Health Care
Source text - English Scabies, a parasitic disease, is a major public health problem in many resource- poor parts of the world, but remains comparatively neglected.
Health problems in a community tend to appear in concentrated form in prisons.
it is not surprising therefore that in these regions, scabies outbreaks occur frequently in prisons, where overcrowding is a major risk factor.
Outbreaks of scabies have been reported in industrialized countries as well – in long-term- care facilities, makeshift refugee camps, nursing homes and less commonly, in acute-care facilities.
Scabies does not usually kill, but it causes great discomfort, often disrupting sleep: “We even scratch in our dreams,” sufferers report.
And it may cause secondary infections and post-infective complications, such as acute glomerulonephritis.
The objective of ICRC action is either to eradicate the disease or to control it, which will ease the discomfort of detainees and reduce the risk of complications.
Coordination amongst the various stakeholders and actors, and teamwork, is of utmost importance during an outbreak of scabies.
This guide is intended for detention teams and health professionals dealing with an outbreak of scabies or case clusters in prisons.
There are chapters on the following subjects: conducting an initial assessment; responding to an outbreak; evaluating the measures taken; and preventing further outbreaks.
These chapters provide information; the Annexes at the end contain practical tools for use during a scabies eradication/control programme.
The Annexes include: protocols for step-by-step scabies treatment; guidelines for estimating the staff and drugs and other materials needed; timelines; and diagrams showing how to set up a scabies eradication/control programme.
Despite the care that has gone into its preparation the guide might contain errors. The authors would be grateful for any corrections that readers might want to send. They would also welcome comments and suggestions for improvement.
All correspondence should be addressed to:
ICRC – Health Care in Detention Unit
19 Avenue de la Paix, 1202 Geneva, Switzerland
My name is Phanith. I am a translator/interpreter in English and Khmer (Cambodian) language.
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