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  1. ... by a protozoan and is spread by contaminated water or contact with an infected person. People who are travelling or hiking should assume water sources are contaminated and either purify drinking water ...
  2. ... bath, dip a soft cloth in the warm water and wring out the excess. If needed, a mild soap can be used in the water. Wipe the baby's skin gently starting from the ...
  3. Cryptosporidium is a protozoan parasite found in contaminated water. It has been increasingly recognized as the cause of outbreaks of diarrhea when water supplies become contaminated. In normal individuals, it is ...
  4. ... splinter first wash your hands with soap and water. Next, use tweezers to grab the splinter and ... is out wash the area with soap and water. Pat it dry and apply antibiotic ointment. Seek ...
  5. ... itch is caused by parasites found in contaminated water. The parasite enters through the skin and a ... tropical countries, the parasite found in the contaminated water is capable of producing a severe disease.
  6. ... plastic bag, and the bag immersed in cold water (ice water if available). Cooling the severed body part will ...
  7. ... tentacles or stingers. Wash the area with salt water. In some cases soaking the wound in very warm water is recommended.
  8. ... between the lips of the vagina with soapy water and rinse well. A small amount of urine ...
  9. ... measures whether the kidneys are conserving or excreting water properly. A sample of urine is retrieved and ...
  10. ... urinary bladder. The physician fills the bladder with water and inspects the interior of the bladder. The ...
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