The Problem i. State idea clearly: The Problem is natural disaster happening throughout the world like for examples there are many fire, floods, earthquakes, tornados, explosions happening. The blood people need and international problem. The health and safety people are in. ii.
8. Summary and conclusion Disasters can be natural such as landslides, earthquakes, floods, road and rail accidents and outbreak of disease. They can be manmade also like chemical, biological and nuclear attacks. In both situations significant social, environmental and economical impactwould occur. Casualties following disasters, and major accidents could escalate very rapidly if necessary preventive methods are not followed.
Definition Chemical carcinogenesis is commonly defined to indicate the initiation or development of neoplasia by chemicals. It comprises not only epithelial malignancies (carcinomas) but also mesenchymal malignant tumors (sarcomas). People can be exposed to carcinogens which are present in food, air, or water. In addition, some carcinogens are created within the body as products of metabolism or certain pathophysiologic states like inflammation or oxidative stress. Carcinogens from the environment likely contribute to a large percent of human cancers when related to lifestyle, including diet and tobacco use.
One common example is the intentional food poisoning in the form of salmonella, in some cases causing civil unrest. Likewise, biological weapons are often used to create mass panic and disruption of a country. A successful bioterrorism can result in thousands of casualties. Currently, there are more than three hundred thousand species of bacteria and at least five thousand types of viruses that negatively affect us. At present, with such rapid movements of people, the threat of biological weapons among people increases: crowding in public places increases contact between individuals, increasing the pace of disease spread.
Natural disasters such as hurricanes or earthquakes can pose serious dangers. Man-made emergencies can be accidental or intentional. Some examples of man-made emergencies include hazardous materials spill, major fire, power outage, bomb threats, or civil unrest. Further, there can be aviation disasters that occur during flights such as loss of control, plane crash, or severe weather, or non-aviation disasters like the ones previously listed that affect the airport or surrounding area. Emergencies of the same type can also differ widely in severity.
Wound infection with multiple organisms may even result to multiple organ failure or death of the patient when it becomes chronic. Wound may even be infected multiple organisms like aerobic and anaerobic gram-positive cocci and gram- negative bacilli including yeast though organisms such as Streptococcus sp, Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Proteus sp, Klebsiella, Enterobacter, Clostridium, Pepto-streptococcus, Fusobacterium and Aeromonas are found highly predominant (Henry and John, 2001). Many antibiotics are used to treat wound pathogens
All of these causes bring countless effects environmentally, economically, socially and even politically. The repercussions, consequences and ultimately the chain of effects are generated after such disaster occurs. Earthquakes are without a doubt, one of the most fatal and destructive natural phenomena mankind ever experiences. One small effect can bring a thousand more struggles. Earthquakes’ effects range from many aspects, one of which is in terms of environment.
A portion of that waste stream is infectious or potentially infectious and presents a potential hazard to the public health and the environment. Hospital waste is generated during the diagnosis, treatment, or immunization of human beings or animals or in research activities in these fields or in the production or testing of biological. It may include wastes like sharps, soiled waste, disposables, anatomical waste, cultures, discarded medicines, chemical wastes, etc. These are in the form of disposable syringes, swabs, bandages, body fluids, human excreta, etc. This waste is highly infectious and can be a serious threat to human health if not managed in a scientific and discriminate manner.
Natural Disasters are very injurious, have you ever had an experience with a divine act. Disasters can cause lots of destruction, and maybe you'll be involved in one someday. Examples of natural disasters include floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, tsunamis, and other geologic processes. This natural catastrophe is dire and should take into percussion. In “The Perfect Storm” by Sebastian Junger and “Submerged City” by Jacqueline Adams the topic of natural disasters, brought to attention in a science article and informational excerpt.
The destruction of cultural heritage can be divided into two cause, which are natural and man-made. Natural disasters represent a major threat to cultural heritage. Based on natural occurrences, tragedies such as hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, landslides, volcanoes, wind effects, fires, environmental fatigue or similar long term climate effects and other disasters sometimes cause irreversible damage to cultural heritage, or completely destroy an entire areas of cultural heritage, both movable and immovable. The other destructions of cultural heritage is happened from man-made like war and conflict that is often in several places such as middle east,asia,and others. cultural identity and cultural heritage become all the more disependsable.