Lyme Disease Association Has New Prevention Tool: Spanish Version, LymeR Primer

The Lyme Disease Association (LDA) announces the publication of its Spanish LymeR Primer (LP).  The English LP has been around for more than two decades with countless numbers distributed throughout the US to the public, schools, government, businesses, and health care providers. It contains information on 20 tick-borne diseases and conditions in the US and 7 ticks that transmit them.  The English Primer can be ordered online in quantity for postage or downloaded and printed for free. The Spanish Primer is only downloadable from the website at this time.
 
Ahora presentamos a la versión descargable en español del LymeR Primer de LDA.
 
LymeR Primer™ (pdf) Folleto de Sensibilización: síntomas, pruebas, identificación de garrapatas, enfermedades que transmiten las garrapatas, prevención, eliminación de garrapatas, pruebas de garrapatas, hechos generales y síntomas sobre Lyme y muchas enfermedades transmitidas por garrapatas.
 
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LymeR PrimerTM Folleto de Sensibilización
 



Lyme Cases – Top 15 States

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The LDA has used CDC total reported Lyme case numbers (includes “confirmed” and “probable”) to create a pie graph of the 15 states in the US with the highest case numbers for 2015.

LDA Top 15 States for Reported Lyme Cases




Lyme Case Map

2016 case map

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Tick Removal

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LDA Tick Removal




Enfermedad De Lyme

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LDA Spanish




Prevention Guy with Dog

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LDA Prevention Guy with Dog




Prevention Guy with Kids

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LDA Prevention Guy with Kids




Lyme Rash Poster


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LDA Lyme Rash Poster

Erythema migrans (EM) or “bull’s-eye” rash at bite site.
Less than 50% of people bitten by a deer tick develop the classic bull’s eye (EM) rash. 1
Some develop no rash at all, others have rashes that are different. Image typical EM Rash. Image courtsey of Ed Masters

1 R. Smith et al Annals of Internal Medicine 2002;421:421-428, 477-479;
A. Pachner Reviews of Infectious Diseases-Vol. II, supplement 6 – September-October 1989 Neurologic Manifestations of Lyme Disease, the new “Great Imitator;
B.J.M. Johnson, Ph.D., Chief, Public Health, NPS Ticks and Disease




Cardiac (Heart) Poster

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LDA Cardiac Poster

 




LDA Pet Fact Sheet

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LDA PetSpot