When was cholera?

Cholera. There have been numerous Cholera outbreaks at various parts of the globe over -time. Are you referring to a specific cholera outbreak?

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What precautions do I take when there is cholera in an area that I need to travel to?

Vaccine, hygiene. First, get vaccinated. On arrival, check with local medical or public health authorities about cases in the immediate vicinity. (A whole city or region may be listed, but outbreaks usually are localized.) Drink bottled or boiled water, especially outside major hotesl. Avoid ice; eat only peeled fruit and cooked veggies; careful toilet hygiene; and use a lot of alcohol gel like Purel. Read more...
Vaccination. Get vaccination before travel to the area. Avoid using local water or any food that has not been heated to a boil. Read more...
Get vaccinated. Here is a article that will fill in the rest: http://www.cdc.gov/cholera/five-messages.html. Read more...

When was the chicken cholera vaccine given?

Old technology. The chicken cholera vaccine, first developed by louis pasteur in 1870 using chicken eggs, has been given off & on in various locals. It was given to military as late as 1978 ( i got one) , but is not presently available in the us. The side effects of high fever, limited effectiveness & short duration of benefit made the newer oral vaccines the preferred product in the limited areas of need. Read more...
Fowl cholera. Fowl (or chicken) Cholera Vaccine was developed by pasteur in the late 1800s. The disease is caused by pasteurella and is not related to human cholera caused by vibrio cholerae. The human disease, originally called asiatic cholera, is now a misnomer as 90 percent or more of cases currently originate in subsaharan africa. Fowl Cholera Vaccine was never used in humans. Read more...
Fowl Cholera Vaccin. Louis Pasteur discovered Fowl Cholera vaccine . I believe it may still be in use for some birds."For the vaccination of healthy chickens and turkeys as an aid in the prevention of fowl cholera due to P. multocida. PM-ONEVAX-C is a live bacterial vaccine containing the mild avirulent PM-1 strain of Pasteurella multocida. This vaccine strain has been shown to offer protection against fowl cholera > Read more...

What happens when you are diagnosed with cholera?

That depends - most. people are asymptomatic. The primary treatment is oral & intravenous hydration. In many areas of the world, a prepackaged oral rehydration solution containing sugar & salts is mixed with water & consumed in large amounts. Antibiotics shorten the course of illness. Read more...