It was a disease caused by the Variola virus both type major and minor. It was spread through means of contact such as airborne,bloodborne, and foodborne . Since it was a virus it hacked cells of the body and and reproduced in host cells giving the body terrible effects and symptoms such as permanent red scars/spots , vomiting, fever and colds. It can be tested and confirmed through the use of an electron microscope and through physical findings. .
Name: Kianna Quam Speech Title: Flu Shots: What You Need To Know Specific Purpose: I want my audience to understand how flu shots work, and be able to make an educated decision on whether or not they need one. Thesis Statement/Central Idea: Flu shots are an important part of keeping ourselves, along with the people around us, healthy. Introduction Attention-Getting Device: Did you get your flu shot last year? Credibility: I 've gotten a flu shot every single year since I can remember. As a student aspiring to one day have a job in a medical field, I think that it 's important to be educated on basic things that we take for granted.
According to the CDC, “approximately half of the babies less than one year old who get pertussis need treatment in the hospital” (Fast Facts). The pertussis vaccine, discovered in 1906 was developed by Bordet and Gengou. It is a common virus that is more well known for affecting babies. The virus also known as “Whooping Cough” for the sound the host makes while trying to catch their breath. A single person with, “pertussis can infect up to 12 to 15 other people” (Pertussis F.A.Q).
Taq four. Psychoanalytic theory(Freud) Psychosocial development theory Learning theory( Harlow and Harlow 1969) Erikson Kohlberg What does the theorist mean by the term social development? Freud argued human behaviuor was the result of the interaction of the three component parts of the mind the id, ego and superego based on his patients who came to him regarding their symptoms and to describe exactly what was in their mind (Boundless, 2014). Erikson believed personality develops in a series of stages with impact of social experiences and conflict across the whole life span through his research with his wife at experimental school for American students. (Cherry, 2014).
The main diseases that run through Costa Rica include Malaria, Dengue, Fever, Chagas Disease, Leptospirosis, Zika and Yellow Fever. According to Pan American Health Organization, in 2006-2010, 84,443 cases of Dengue disease were reported, of which 471 were serious. Costa Rica is considered a high-risk area for Malaria, which encompasses approximately 70% of the home population. Leptospirosis has the highest morbidity of any disease in which has caused a total of 46 deaths from 2006-2010, conferring from the Pan Health Organization. Costa Rica health officials have been in tight guard and have cautioned future travelers informing them that cases of the Zika virus have been confirmed.
Street-based adolescents in Ukraine are at significant risk of contracting HIV due to involvement in injecting drug use and unprotected sex (Busza et al., 2011). A Closer Walk illustrates that AIDS was spreading more rapidly in Ukraine as high as 15 folds in three years (Bilheimer, 2003). Adolescents have contracted AIDS by injecting heroin in their bloodstream as part of brotherhood tradition. In the movie, Ruslan represents an example of how AIDS infiltrates the society, as he will inject heroin and share the same needle with Katrina his partner (Bilheimer, 2003). Ruslan indicated that 40% of his generation (aged 15–19 years) tend to share the same needle as part of the culture.
As well as foods and animals, diseases were also exchanged. One significant one were the measles. The measles are caused by the measles virus and results in an itchy, dry rash. This illness is spread between direct or indirect contact. European explorer Christopher Columbus is thought to be the one to bring this sickness to the Americas.
What are some screening tools that might be of importance in this situation? (Hint: do you suspect drug or alcohol abuse here?) The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommend that mental health problems screening be incorporated into routine primary care visits for adolescents and it includes social and emotional competencies expected for each age. A brief, scientifically tested, self-administered screening questionnaire such as the Pediatric Symptom Checklist Youth Report (PSC-Y) can be used. PSC-Y is widely used in primary care settings and is a 35-item self-completion screening questionnaire that focus on internalizing, externalizing, and attention problems.
Introduction Rabies is a deadly infection of the central nervous system, which is estimated to kill almost 55,000 people worldwide each year. (Yousaf et al.) Rabies is caused by the virus Neurotropic lyssavirus, a member of the Rhabdovirus family. The virus is found in the salivary glands, as well as the central nervous system of infected warm-blooded animals, including humans. Once infected, rabies causes paralysis, followed by death.
Malaria has become a pandemic health problem in the whole world and it is a major threat to the health of individual affecting all ages and race hence it is a global problem. This makes malaria control a global issue. Malaria can be control using so many method this method include Vector control: this is controlling the breed of the vector which is majorly mosquito; this can be done by avoidance of pot holes, bushy area around homes. Chemical control: it can be control chemically through the use of insecticides or treated mosquito