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    Whooping Cough Essay

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    pertussis, also known as whooping cough is a bacterial infection of the upper respiratory system. Symptoms range from that of a common cold too short periods of apnea and in extreme cases death. Pertussis is a highly contagious disease that can affect anyone but is more common in children and in infants. Although this disease is preventable and treatable it is currently and continually on the rise. The whooping cough is caused by the bacterium Bordetella pertussis. B. pertussis is a small, aerobic, gram-negative coccobacillus (U.S. Pharmacist, 2015, p.50). The pertussis toxin, as well as other antigenic factors produced by the bacterium, are primarily responsible for the clinical manifestations of the disease and the immunity that occurs following infection or vaccination (U.S. P, 2015, p.50). The whooping cough mainly affects infants under one year of…

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    KENNEL COUGH IN DOGS https://www.munch.zone/kennel-cough-in-dogs/ All dogs will usually have a small cough at some point. Just like humans, they also suffer from cough when they’re dealing with a minor illness or they’ve got something stuck in their throats. Sometimes these small inconveniences may also be a serious issue like as canine infectious tracheobronchitis which is, in other words known as kennel cough. But how will one know whether the dog is seriously going through such problems?…

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    Workers In Lyddie

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    By signing the petition, Lyddie would be able to create a safer environment to work in. According to the novel, it states, “The cough persisted. She began to spend days in in her bedroom, then the house infirmary, until, finally, when blood showed up in her phlegm, Mrs.Bedlow demanded that she be removed to the hospital.” (112) The air quality in the weaving room was horrendous. Breathing in the polluted air could be hazardous, especially for the young girls such as Betsy. Betsy worked at the…

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    Farquharson's Case Study

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    The prosecution’s case was that it was not an accident and presented a case which involved four components of evidence: medical, reconstruction of the vehicle pathway, testimony from Farquharson’s close friend Mr King and the accused dam-side behaviour (Farquharson). Firstly, medical evidence centred on the uncommonness and questionability of the condition that Farquharson had presented with cough…

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    environment including his strength and coping skills. Healthy attitude of a person aid someone to stay well by adoption of lifestyle habits such as healthy diet, substance use, exercise, risk reduction, and health promotion behaviors. In case of patient as an ill person health history is considered as screening tool for the abnormal symptoms with health problems in chronologic order. It can be recorded in printed or electronic history form or check list ( Thomas, 2016).…

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    This story is about Bob. He is a blobfish. He has a daughter named Sarah and a wife named Melissa. They are in their living room one day and that is where it all went wrong. “ Hey Sarah, time for breakfast,” said Melissa, “we have to get there before all the other fish so we get the good stuff.” Sarah replied, “Ok, I’m ready, but where’s Dad.” Bob comes barreling into the room, saying “Oh no, oh no, I’m going down, I need Sarah, the master engineer to save me.” Sarah says “ I’ll save you!”…

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    Emelia Diary

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    Then who are my real parents?" Her face became very distressed to find out. "I promised them not to tell you, and that if the day ever came you would find out on your own. Madame Giry knows everything. And the other thing I wanted you to know. Emelia, I promised them that if I went to the Opera Hell I would keep you away from the Phantom of the Opera. "They haven 't had the best experiences with that...thing. I made a promise to keep you safe from him, to make sure you would never know about…

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    Symbolism The Road

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    his pistols to fire at him, but the roadagent quickly moved and “grabbed the boy” and “came up holding him against the chest with the knife at his throat” (66). The man offered to let the bad man go free if he lets the boy go. The man threatened him, saying, “You think I wont kill you but you’re wrong” (65). The roadagent refused to free the boy; and the man shot him in the head, covering the boy with the man’s gore. To protect his son, the man is willing to go to a great degree even killing…

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    This will prevent the glottis form closing, which can happen when coughing (Arbour, 2016). This technique is often used with COPD clients because it will create a higher flow rate than a normal cough. It is also an effective way to clear the upper airway, while also moving secretions upwards (Arbour, 2016). In addition to this, a technique called “the staged cough” will assist in removing secretion that may be found in pneumonia pts (Arbour, 2016). In order to carry out this technique, the…

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    1. Upper Respiratory Infection (URTI). Most often transmitted by hand to hand/surface contact with lack of hand sanitization, and droplet transmission, resulting in multiple etiologies such as rhinovirus, coronavirus, and other viral origins. Patients may present exhibiting the following symptoms including sore throat, cough, nasal congestion, fever, dyspnea, thick and increased colored sputum production, headache, rhinorrhea, and/or fatigue. Most of this is due to the immune system triggering…

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