Four Series of Anti-Tuberculosis Posters
A Series of Anti-Tuberculosis Posters from Shanghai Anti-Tuberculosis Association
Series D, page 6.
Prevention of Tuberculosis
BCG vaccines are used globally and
are effective in preventing TB.
Two ways of getting BCG vaccines:
oral intake and injection.
Spit into a bottle or a handkerchief; boil them for 20 minutes and then clean them up. If you spit into paper, burn the paper.
Disinfect the TB patient's possessions
by boiling and airing in the sun.
Disinfect and separate the utensils of
the patient. The food left by the patient
should be boiled for 20 minutes before feeding it to pigs.
Relatives of the patient should
have regular X-ray check-ups.
Disinfect the patient's room thoroughly before others move in.
Have a regular lifestyle and exercise
to strengthen resistance to TB.
People with strong immune systems
will not get sick often.
Disseminate anti-TB knowledge
to eradicate the disease.
Health and productivity are inseparable.