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Myrna C. Cabotaje

Director

DOH R1

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Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Regional Health Director

Online Philippines WorldWide Inc


CHD Director

Cordillera


Director

Center for Health and Development


Affiliations

WHO-Philippines

Representative


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About Us | Lorma Medical Center

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LMC Lactation Center has been issued a Mother-Baby Friendly Workplace Certification on August 22, 2016 by Dr. Myrna C. Cabotaje of DOH R1.


www.zigzagweeklynews.com

DOH Regional Director Myrna Cabotaje endorsed said memorandum from Secretary of Health Enrique Ona.


www.abs-cbnnews.com

Ang virus twice better kapag malamig, madaming nagkakahawaan," said Dr. Myrna Cabotaje, regional director of DOH-CAR.


www.sunstar.com.ph

Dr. Myrna Cabotaje, DOH regional director, said among these illnesses includes leptospirosis, gastroenteritis, typhoid fever, cholera and dengue.
Have something to report? Tell us in text, photos or videos. "With the onset of much cooler months, one may be vulnerable to illnesses particularly the water-borne diseases," Cabotaje said. Water sources maybe contaminated after a typhoon and it may cause diarrhea. In order to prevent diarrhea, drink water from a safe source or by boiling the water for three to five minutes, she said. An individual may acquire leptospirosis when the bacteria enter through broken skins, through eyes, nose or mouth exposed to contaminated water, she explained. The most common source of the bacteria are rats and rodents and a number of wild animals and they contaminate floodwater by the urine of rats, cats and dogs, Cabotaje said. "We should always be watchful for the day biting mosquito for it may cause the dreaded dengue disease. A single bite can lead to complications to eventual death," she said.


www.sunstar.com.ph

But Dr. Myra Cabotaje, director of the DOH in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), said that two of the patients are children while the other two are adults.
In the Philippines, however, those considered as suspect cases are those with fever and respiratory illness, vomiting, and diarrhea, Cabotaje said. Cabotaje added that the nature of the illness is evolving, making the virus "weaker. This makes the cases in the country "milder" than other countries, she said.


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