Title Herpes zoster eruption in otherwise healthy child with intrauterine exposure of VZV infection; A case report. Summary A 13-year-old boy presented to the emergency department complaining of painful itchy vesicular rash affecting the right side of the face for 2 days. After through history, physical exam and investigation, he was diagnosed with herpetic (varicella) vesiculobullous dermatitis. Keywords Varicella-Zoster Virus, Reactivation, Vesicular Eruption, children, Acyclovir Introduction Varicella zoster virus (VZV) is a human viral infection manifests in two clinically distinct forms; primary varicella and herpes zoster (HZ). As the primary varicella infection, or chickenpox, resolves, the virus travers through sensory neurological tract of the affected area.
Symptoms of this condition include: Vaginal spotting or bleeding. Contractions of the uterus. These cause abdominal pain. Sometimes you may have no symptoms (you are asymptomatic) and the bleeding may only be seen when ultrasound images are taken (transvaginal ultrasound). How is this diagnosed?
DOI: 5/14/2015. Patient is a 48- year old male machine operator who sustained a cumulative injury from 12/15/14 through 05/14/15 due t normal job duties. Based on progress report dated 06/16/15, the patient reports that while performing her usual and customary work duties, she developed psychological symptoms, insomnia and digestive system problems due to stress at work. Patient states her stress was caused by mistreatment by superiors and cell leads induding, but not limited to yelling, harassment, putting hands in the workers face in order for them to stop taking, threatening with warnings, move workers from stations just to bug them. She complains of anxiety, pain to digestive system and pain to neck and shoulders due to stress.
Kasim Al-Mutar has an HR of 126, BP of 100/45, Temperature of 38.8 and severe RUQ pain associated with his last episode of vomiting that occurred 2 hours ago. His heart rate is slightly elevated and he is running a slight fever. He has been reported to be pale in appearance with dry mucous membranes. He has also been requesting drinks of water. Mr. Kasim Al Mutar has reported to the previous nurse that he has shoulder tip pain scored at 7/10.
I remember when I was running around a coffee table in my living room in my house when I was 6 and I was told to stop by my dad several times but since I was sort of young I didn 't understand and I kept going. Then suddenly I fell and at first I didn 't think anything happened but then when I touched my lip I realized that I was bleeding a lot from the lip. That 's when the pain kicked in. I started panicking and crying. My dad took me and got the car ready to take me to the hospital.
He was soon diagnosed with poliomyelitis, a inflammation of the spinal column. Also known as Polio, a terrifying disease in the 1920s that had no cure. At first, he refused to accept that he was primality paralyzed. He tried numerous therapies and bought the Warm Springs Resort. Despite this,Franklin Roosevelt would never recover the full use of his legs and spent much of the rest of his life in a wheelchair.
Bowel elimination is a physiological process in which waste is created by the metabolism of the body and is excreted by the gastrointestinal system. Diarrhea caused by clostridium difficile (C.diff) is due to a disruption in normal gastrointestinal flora. C.Diff is a gram-positive bacteria that is commonly found in patients within the hospital setting, and infection is often a consequence of antibiotic usage. Initially, the symptoms present as severe cramping of the abdomen, and frequent large watery stools. The symptoms associated with an infection caused by C.diff are the result of gastroenteritis which is “a very common health problem worldwide that causes diarrhea and/or vomiting as a result of INFLAMMATION of the mucous membranes of the stomach and intestinal tract.
The infected individual will develop vesicles or lesions over the body that are fluid filled and have a high probability of rupturing. Patients will typically present with hundreds of lesions or vesicles. The length of time for vesicle formation is 4-5 days (Soman & Madan, 2013). Chicken pox can be transmitted airborne or through direct contact with the fluid present in the vesicles (Soman & Madan, 2013). Patients with chickenpox are considered infectious48 hours prior to the vesicular rash (Soman & Madan, 2013).
Include information about the disease and its symptoms Pertussis, otherwise known as the whooping cough or the 100-day cough, is a highly contagious bacterial disease in which the patient suffers from severe coughing fits, after which a high pitched “whoop” sound or gasp may occur as a patient breathes. These coughing fits can become so extreme that they can cause the patient to vomit, break ribs, and experience extreme fatigue from the effort of coughing. People suffering from Pertussis may also lose weight and lose control of their bladder. Pertussis in babies under the age of one is extremely dangerous and can be deadly, the baby has little to no cough but instead will have apnea, in which the baby goes through periods of time where they
Patient is a 63 year old male complaining of cough that may have started 15 years ago but worsened with in the past 5 years since moving from Vietnam to the U.S. Currently living in SF Valley with cough being at its worse in the morning, often dry cough, sometimes productive throughout day. Patient denies fever, exception being from illness. Occasional red blood, chest pain, back pain, SOB, and DOE. Patient has stated that he has difficulty filling lungs with air and that the cold makes him cough more, while “Teas” tend to help a little.
In the elderly, both respiratory and gastrointestinal symptoms may also be present (Yodla et al., 2011). Confusion can be a symptom of an infection in the elderly. Leroy’s fever and costovertebral tenderness make acute pyelonephritis a probable diagnosis. Acute Cystitis: Acute cystitis is caused by bacterium
Alexander litvinenko was an officer of FSB (Federal Security Service).he suddenly fell ill on 1 november 2006 and was hospitalised immediately.he died 3 weeks later due to polonium-210 poisoning.he was experiencing diarrhea and vomiting for quite some time.as the days passed the pain started incresing and his wife rushed him to the hospital.his condition was deteriorating for many weeks as the doctors were busy in finding out the cause of his condition.he died three weeks later. Sometime after his death,healt protectin agency revealed that he had a large amount of polonium-210 in his body. It was present in his teacup.on 23 november the doctors said that they could not detect it earlier because polonium -210 does not emit gamma particles.rather
He had a concussion and a shard from his glasses got stuck right on the edge of his pupil. His surgery was successful but he had to spend days in the hospital for close examination and care. While he was in the hospital he had met two people who impacted him a boxer Mr. Savo and a boy named Billy who was blind. While in the hospital his father brought him a radio so he could stay connected to the outside world, while in the hospital a battle which they referred to as ‘D’ day. Reuven also had a visit with Danny which didn’t go well because Reuven did not want to give him a chance.