Early detection can save the life of the baby by having the mother receiving an injection. 3. Knowing your blood type is important should an emergency happens and may need a blood transfusion. Receiving the wrong blood type can be fatal. Hospitals run a blood test on all donors to ensure that they are given to the right recipient.
More than 20 to 30% of the infants that make it to full term will die within the first week to month. Of the percentage effected, girls are at a greater risk of being born with the syndrome than boys making up 80% of the effected. Similar to down syndrome, people born with Edwards syndrome are born with an extra chromosome 18 in the DNA strand that disrupts
The cause of death is usually diarrhea, but behind it is acute deficits of necessary micronutrients. About 2 million children die from pneumonia. Antibiotics to treat it cost 27 cents a dollar. Their families lack them. In total, 18 million people die each year from poverty-related causes.
Her mother tackled the difficulties of blockage of the Fallopian tube where the tube stops the sperm and eggs from meeting and creating a zygote. This complication is one of the most common causes of infertility. It may be because of infection or injury, although it’s speculating how it is sometimes unknown. Since Louise was the first production of In Vitro Fertilization, her mother was told that the success chance with this procedure was “one in a million”. Right when Louise was born, she demand to go for almost 60 tests just to make sure she is normal which she was proven to be.
3.8 MAGNITUDE OF THE PROBLEM Childhood pneumonia is the single most leading cause of death among under-five children. According to 2000 WHO report around 156 million new episodes of childhood pneumonia occurred globally, in that 95% of them in developing countries, out of the above-mentioned cases 8.7% of pneumonia are life threatening and required hospital admissions (Rudan,2008). The incidence was estimated at 0.29 episodes per child-year in developing and 0.05 episodes per child year in developed countries (Rudan et al.2013). In the year 2010 the incidence was 0.22 episodes per child-year though it is reduced from the year 2000, it remains an important public health problem (CHERG, 2013). Africa and Southeast Asia are responsible for 70% of the worldwide deaths due to pneumonia (Singh 2005).
In United States, intestinal ischemia accounts for 0.1% of all hospital admissions, the incidence of this condition has increased over the last few decades ( from 1 in 1000 to 1 in 200 hospitalization for abdominal pain). In most cases, intestinal ischemia requires emergency treatment to avoid tissue necrosis, infectious outcomes, septic shock or lethal multiple organ failure . Intestinal ischemia has been defined as impairment of the intestinal blood supply from celiac axis, superior mesenteric artery and inferior mesenteric artery, this results in tissue injury and a low-flow state with poor intestinal arterial perfusion [ 7]. Procalcitonin (PCT) is a 116-amino-acid (AA) precursor of calcitonin , that was first
Surveys showed that around 800 Maori were admitted to hospital each year in that 140 per year die from stroke. Heart failure: Heart failure is a disease in which the heart fails to pump enough blood, it leads to shortness of breath, fluid retention and congestion. The main causes are coronary heart disease, smoking, hypertension, diabetes, excess alcohol intake and rheumatic heart disease (Robson & Harris,
• Few couples want to test their compatibility before getting married to each. • Couples are anxious about the prospect of marriage. • The people are worried about the emotional turmoil that would occur after divorce. (Walton, 2012) PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF COHABITATION Live in relationship seems like a stepping stone towards marriage but it is not. According to a research, living together can harm the relationship.
Diagnosed To diagnose thalassemia,first the specialist will take a blood sample.He will send this specimen to a lab to be tried for weakness and unusual hemoglobin.A lab expert will likewise take a gander at the blood under a magnifying instrument to check whether the red platelets are strangely shaped.Depending on the sort and seriousness of the thalassemia,a physical examination may likewise help the specialist make an analysis. Treatment The treatment for thalassemia relies on upon the sort and seriousness of disease involved.Some of the used medicines include: blood transfusions,a bone marrow transplant (BMT),medications and supplements and conceivable surgery to expel the spleen or gallbladder. There is additionally another new treatment other option to take by mouth, which is a broken up tablet in the water to take once every day called
This bacteria cause estimated 73,000 cases of infection in U.S and from these case 60 deaths is recorded each year. The symptom of watery diarrhea is can be seen in the range 1-8 days and the worst can lead to bloody diarrhea. Other symptoms that someone affecting this bacterium are nausea, vomiting, and fever. Besides, It is also can damage the kidney and cause death to children (Dewall, 1999) 2.2 Nutrition and Immunity Nutrition is