All fungal infections can have serious side effects. However, these side effects usually go away once the medication is stopped. The most common side effects of fluconazole and itraconazole are nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain and diarrhea. More severe infection can be treated initially with an antifungal medication intravenously, as amphotericin B (Abelcet, Amphotec, other). These drugs control the fungus, but sometimes you do not destroy, and relapses may occur.
1. With the virus that doesn’t match, a person is still more protected than a person without the vaccine, as stated in a CNN report in December of 2014 on the effectiveness of mutated viruses. 2. Secondly, a yearly vaccine is important because our immune response to the virus weakens over time [Transition: Everyone is at risk for the flu, especially children] II. How the flu affects children A.
– During the early stages of Lyme disease, many people develop a red, circular skin rash known as erythema migrans. The rash, which may be diffuse and hard to discern, may not always appear at the bite site, but elsewhere and can develop up to thirty days after being bitten. However, about one in three people infected with Lyme disease do not see a rash. Some people also have flu-like symptoms in the early stages, such as a high temperature, or feeling hot and shivery, headaches, muscle and joint pain, tiredness and loss of energy. Not all tick bites cause Lyme disease.
Leprosy is an infectious disease caused by the bacillus Mycobacterium leprae. The disease mainly affects the skin and peripheral nerves. It has an incubation period of about 5 years, and some people may only begin to notice symptoms 20 years after being infected. These symptoms may include: • Loss of feeling in the arms, legs, hands and feet • Muscle weakness • Skin sore or lumps which are lighter in comparison to the infected person’s normal skin colour, have decreased sensations to touch, heat or pain, and do not heal after several weeks or months Although M. leprae was first discovered in 1873, the way in which it is transmitted is still not completely understood. Some scientists, however, believe that the bacterium is spread through respiratory droplets in the air during close and long-term contact with an untreated case.
Many believe that immunizations don’t help prevent the illness, but have side effects worse than the real disease (Calandrillo). Most immunizations give protection for diseases that are no longer around, and can no longer harm us (Darden). Although, one day our bodies and immune systems will no longer accept the antibodies in vaccinations. On the other side, we are currently provided with the most safe and effective versions of vaccines that go through extensive tests. Immunizations are harmless, with the correct dosages of the antibodies, but they can have rare minor reactions (CDC).
However, vaccines are an effective and key role in keeping the human population healthy and safe. One of the many benefits of vaccinating children is it saves them from life-threatening diseases. The many diseases which children are immunized from include, Measles, Mumps, Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis (whooping cough), Polio, Hepatitis A and B and much more. Long before the time of vaccines, there was a shocking rate of deaths that occurred worldwide.
Zika virus exists in the blood, urine, and semen lasting up to two weeks. Furthermore, the virus can be present longer in semen more than blood. Therefore, it is advised that patients suffering in infected regions go and get samples taking from them at advanced laboratories so that the doctors can identify whether they have the Zika virus disease or
6. Drug Resistance Tests These must be executed in focused laboratories to measure the receptiveness to antimalarial compounds of parasites collected from a definite patient. Two main laboratory methods are available: In vitro tests: where the parasites are grown in culture in the presence of increasing concentrations of drugs; the drug concentration that inhibits parasite growth is used as
Those against mandatory vaccines deem that the chickenpox, measles, rubella and rotavirus all have symptoms that can be treated with oral medicines and creams. Vaccine-preventable diseases have not disappeared so vaccination is still necessary and the diseases that decreased tremendously were due to the impact of vaccines. The CDC notes that many vaccine-preventable diseases are still in the United States or "only a plane ride away." Although the paralytic form of polio has largely disappeared thanks to vaccination, the virus still exists in countries like Pakistan where there were 93 cases in 2013 and 71 in 2014 as of May 15. The polio virus can be incubated by a person without symptoms for years; that person can then accidentally infect an unvaccinated child or adult in whom the virus can mutate into its paralytic form and spread amongst unvaccinated people.
To finalize how the Ebola Virus can be monitored and combated, a decisive look was taken into its working at a cellular level within the human body. The above text presented how the Ebola Virus spreads and affects various parts of the human body. An understanding was produced on the limitations of administering a drug or vaccine against this deadly virus, along with the methods doctors and scientists provide towards the treatment of infected patients. And finally, prevention methods were stated in order to prevent the virus from developing or spreading. Prevention is the cheapest way of avoiding the accumulation of the Ebola Virus and goes with the saying ‘Prevention is better than