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Head Lice Treatment Checklist Mobile App

The Head Lice Treatment Checklist mobile app assists with head lice treatment. The checklist covers using an over-the-counter or prescription medication treatment steps, alternative hair treatments and cleaning your surroundings procedures. Follow these steps to avoid re-infestation of head lice. Begin immediately after treating hair. If a custom account logo is uploaded to GoCanvas, it will be included when printing submissions including PDFs generated by GoCanvas.

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    (Please read all of this information prior to beginning the checklist.

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    When using an over-the-counter or prescription medication, follow these treatment steps:

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    Apply lice medication according to label instructions.

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    Remove all bugs and eggs (nits) from hair after lice treatment is done.

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    Have the infested person put on clean clothing after the treatment.

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    Comb through the hair with a nit comb daily for the next week.

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    After 7 days, no sooner, if any live bugs are seen, repeat lice treatment (only one more time).

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    Some lice treatment medications are toxic and not recommended for use in some situations.

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    Wash the hair, and comb through the hair once more.

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    Follow these steps to avoid re-infestation of head lice.

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    Soak combs, brushes, barrettes, hair ornaments, etc.

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    Machine wash all washable clothing and bed linens that the infested person used 2 days before tr...

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    clothing, hats, coats, scarves, and mittens;

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    towels and washcloths;

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    bed sheets, pillow cases, and blankets; and

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    pony tail holders and headbands.

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    3. Dry clean clothing that is not washable OR

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    Store clothing, stuffed animals, comforters, etc.

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    Vacuum all carpeted areas, upholstered furniture, mattress, and stuffed animals.

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    Repeat vacuuming every day for at least one week.

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    Wipe down counter tops and mop floors.

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    Clean and vacuum motor vehicles.

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    Inform school, parents and others that have been in contact with the infested person.

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    Incorporate a head check every three days as part of normal grooming activity with your child.

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