the use of alcohol based antibacterial gels and foams. The video presents research that shows that during standard precaution situations hand washing and the use of alcohol based antibacterial foams are equally effective in ridding the hands of bacteria. I also report in the video that it is during special situations such as infections with Clostridium Difficile (C. Dif.) or Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) hand washing with warm soap and water is more effective in destroying bacteria then the use of alcohol based antibacterial foams. Through this research I was able to further understand the importance of hand washing as well as incorporate my research into my every day
The brochure’s claim is a question, “What is the simplest way to protect yourself from colds?”, that then gets answered once the brochure is opened. It starts by presenting the reader with cold, hard facts, almost scaring the reader into washing their hands. Then it continues with more statistics on illnesses caused from improper hand washing, such as Hepatitis A, SARS, and the flu, and then proceeds to teach the reader on how to successfully wash ones
The experiment we did was a lab to discover how “Miracle Gro” affected the germination of seeds. My group’s original hypothesis was that the seeds with the highest concentration of “Miracle Gro” would grow the most compared to the other seeds. However, after 8 days, the results were the exact opposite; the seeds that got 0% of “Miracle Gro” turned out to be the healthiest and tallest. By the third day, all five seeds, for the water solution, where sprouting. On the other hand, the solution with 4% “Miracle Gro” only had 3 seeds starting to sprout.
The healthcare-acquired infections get much attention from the Joint Commission due to their frequent occurrence (Chinn, 2014). The focus is given to hand hygiene and protocols to address specific infections (Chinn, 2014). The infections cited include reducing central line bloodstream infections, surgical site infections, multi-drug resistant organisms, and catheter-associated urinary tract infections (Chinn, 2014). In the article’s discussion
In comparison to commercial disinfectants, dog saliva as a disinfectant, is much weaker that the household detergent. The household detergent kills more of the bacteria than the dog saliva does. It can be made a generalisation that dog saliva can kill bacteria, and that dog saliva can be used as a disinfectant. Because the majority of the results in the experiment reflected that the dog saliva was effective.
1. A study by the university of Pennsylvania State found that, “using public restrooms on a university campus indicated that 61% of women observed washed their hands with soap” (Johnson) (expert) 2. Don’t was their hands before making a meal infecting the food with any bacteria present on their hands. TRANSITION: Now that we have looked in to some of the groups of people that don’t wash their hands you might still be think okay they don’t wash their hands big deal.
In the show MTV True Life, I Panic the audience follows around three people who struggle with severe anxiety. Nichole is one of these individuals, who may display symptoms of Panic Disorder. This paper will revolve around Nichole and her symptoms of anxiety and discussing whether or not she has Panic Disorder.
One of the main ways to prevent infection is regular and thorough hand wash-ing. You should wash hands fter using the toilet, after sneezing or blowing your ose, preparing and serving food and always before nd after carrying out care
Pop Culture Discourse of Bipolar Disorder- The coverage of Amanda Bynes’ bipolar mood swings (taken for this paper from articles published in ‘People’ from 2012-2015) provides a snapshot of the ways in which media impacts language usage surrounding bipolar disorder among the general population. Three major speech communities surrounding bipolar disorder exist: occupational speakers, diagnosed speakers, and speakers living undiagnosed or with other mental illnesses.
Retrieved from http://www.microbiologyonline.org.uk/about-microbiology/introducing-microbes/bacteria 4. (n.d.). Homepage | Microbiology Online. Antibiotics | Microbiology Online. Retrieved from http://www.microbiologyonline.org.uk/about-microbiology/microbes-and-the-human-body/antibiotics 5.