Asthma in Connecticut As a common chronic non-communicable disease, asthma has immensely affected as many as 334 million people across the globe (Global Asthma Network, 2014). Asthma did not only cause substantial burden to people, but it often caused a reduced quality of life because of its physical, psychological, economic, and social effects. Hence, it is important that healthcare institutions are able to provide appropriate medication to cure asthma. In line with this assertion, this paper will discuss about the background of the disease. This paper will also provide for a review of current surveillance methods for reporting the disease for providers, and a descriptive analysis of the disease.
vancomycin) until the culture results are available. Problem 3 ( Due for Rotavirus immunization): Rotavirus is a common cause of Child will be scheduled for Rotarix administration. Rotarix is highly effective in preventing rotavirus related gastroenteritis and has been shown to be effective according to studies conducted in the united states. Also encouraging the mother to bring W020 in for regular checkups and make sure she is up date with her vaccinations to avoid any future complications. Problem 4-5 (Educating mother on proper hygiene and lack of access to clean drinking water): To provide instructions to mother on proper hygienic practices that can significantly reduced the risk of transmitting water-borne diseases.
Before they were able to discover such vaccine to cure whooping cough, well over 250,000 cases of whooping cough per year in the U.S., with 9,000 reported deaths (Medicine Net, 1996-2015). Whooping cough is a bacterial in the upper respiratory infection that leads to violent coughing. The word whoop is originated from the inflammation and swelling of the voice box structures that vibrates when there is a rapid inflow of air during inspiration. This disease is highly infectious ( (Medicine Net, 1996-2015). Pertussis is detected in the back of the neck.
The problem is quite serious because several of the emerging diseases such as the Powassan virus have been found to be devastating. According to Knapp and Rice (2015), over 10 percent of people infected with the Powassan virus are dying due to encephalitis and meningitis caused by the disease (p. 9). Tick-borne diseases have consequential effects and should not be taken lightly. If this problem is not dealt with then tick-borne diseases could be the number one cause of death in the United
INTRODUCTION The worldwide rate of cervical cancer has come down to two-fifth of what it was 50 years ago, mainly due to effective Pap smear screening1. However, 75% of the new cases are reported to occur in the developing countries, mainly due to ineffective screening programmes or lack of awareness. It is the most common neoplasm among Indian women and accounts for 20–50% of all cancers in India and 80–85% of female genital cancers in India2. India has significant socio-demographic risk factors and unhealthy clinical findings for cervical carcinoma. With modern methods of cervical screening like liquid cytology, the effectiveness of Pap smear, a screening modality of lower sensitivity, is now in question.
EBOLA The Ebola episode in West Africa is the world 's deadliest to date and the World Health Organization has pronounced a global wellbeing crisis as more than 3,850 individuals have died of the infection in Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria this year. What is Ebola? Ebola is a viral disease of which the underlying manifestations can incorporate a sudden fever, extraordinary shortcoming, muscle torment and a sore throat, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Also, that is only the starting: consequent stages are heaving, loose bowels and - sometimes - both interior and outer dying. The ailment taints people through close contact with contaminated creatures, including chimpanzees, natural product bats and woods eland.
“Tuberculosis was another big killer in the 1800s (Humphries/ Bystrianyk 15). By the late 1930’s the death rate had dropped by 92% (Humphries/ Bystrianyk 15). By 1970, the decline had reached over 99% (Humphries/ Bystrianyk 15). During the 1900’s this disease was killing 5 to 16 times more people than typhoid, scarlet fever, whooping cough, measles, or diphtheria (Humphries/ Bystrianyk 15).” Despite the substantial amount of deaths from Tuberculosis many good treatments to not only treat tuberculosis but to help cure many other infections and bacterias appeared. For instance, Rifampin, an antibiotic used to treat Tuberculosis, Neisseria meningitidis- also known as Meningitis- or infections in the nose and throat.
In the past century, the world was alarmed by influenza viruses that killed hundreds of thousands. The virus is extremely dangerous due to the fact that it transmits easily through food, air, water or by the contact of skin. The most recent flu pandemic occurred is in 2009 which is known as swine flu H1N1. The term “flu pandemic” can be defined as epidemic of a type of influenza virus that spreads seasonally in an enormous scale around the world. The emergence of problems to a country to brace the consequences of the infectious disease is frightful and need to be closely examined.
Also, the heat is causing much more, untamable wildfires to occur, which sends thousands of people with respiratory-related illnesses to the hospital every year, such as those who suffer from bronchitis, asthma, and chronic lung disease. Of all these addressed health effects due to climate change, every single one has a direct relation to the global temperature increase, as does the swelling of our oceans and natural occurring water sources across Earth’s
Influenza has killed billions of people and the vaccines help to decrease to only thousands. Influenza vaccines should be mandatory in this country because of many reasons. It should be permanent because it may impact the country social, economic and moral. Influenza is a disease that killed millions of people in the world, including one of the world's biggest country, USA. It can cause high fever, headache, vomit, muscle ache, and cause respiratory symptoms(a cough, sore throat) Even it seem not to be serious, it already killed millions of people.