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    Sinus Infections

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    Sinus infections caused by infection of pathogenic microorganisms (viruses, bacteria, or fungi), which grow inside the sinuses and cause intermittent obstruction of slot Pocket. Most people do not convey sinus infections. Most doctors agree that except in rare cases, sinus infections are not contagious but arising mainly viruses and bacteria that, by chance, someone pockets support deployment because Minor, rarely, and distortions in the sinus tissue of a person (for example, swelling, inflammation and mucus production, and rarely, facial or nasal trauma). Sinusitis is inflammation of the air cavities within the nasal passages. It can be caused by sinus infection, but can also be caused by chemical irritation or allergy particles of pockets.…

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    Ear Infection

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    EAR INFECTIONS Infections of the ear are the most prevalent diagnosed disease among children in the United States. When talking about child’s safety, it’s their health that counts most due to their numerous exposures to the environment harboring germs and the likes. Ensuring that we care for our children’s ear is very vital not just on looks in their physical composure but also the well-being attributed to their language improvements, academic excellence among other. The nature by which the…

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    Respiratory Infections

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    Respiratory infections are a major global health burden. The emergence and spread of drug-resistant respiratory tract pathogens, particularly Mycobacterium tuberculosis, has aggravated the current situation. High dose delivery of drugs to the lung using a dry powder inhaler (DPI) is an emerging approach to combat drug-resistant local infections. To achieve high dose delivery, highly aerosolizable powders are required. We hypothesized that co-spray-drying kanamycin, a hydrophilic hygroscopic…

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    Wound Infection

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    Introduction and Literature Review 1.1 Introduction: More than 200 different species of bacteria normally live on the skin (Benbow, 2010) and an open wound provides a moist, warm and nutritious environment perfect for microbial colonisation and proliferation (Young, 2012). When one or more microorganisms multiply in the wound, local and systemic responses occur in the host, which can lead to infection and a subsequent delay in healing (Angel et al., 2011). Cutting (2010) mentioned that…

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    GABHS Infection

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    It is important to differentiate GABHS infections in chil- dren. The antibiotic therapy should be started within 9 days after the onset of infection to prevent potential cardiac and renal complications. It is not possible to make a diagnosis of GABHS infection by clinical examination alone. Throat swabs are necessary to identify Streptococcus (Fig. 3.1.1). Gener- ally, a cherry red tongue and perioral pallor suggest GABHS infection. In infectious mononucleosis, the cervical lymph nodes are…

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    Ear Infections

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    these are “holes” in the walls that connect the atrium and ventricle, upper and lower, chambers of the heart. Eye problems are also common in children with Down syndrome. They can develop near sightedness, astigmatism and strabismus which are imbalanced eye muscles. Also they can develop cataracts which can lead to blindness and what is also seen is Glaucoma, which causes increased eye pressure. They can have eye infections by their tear ducts being blocked. Ear infections are common because of…

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    TB Infection

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    TB infection enters its second stage after 7-21 days after initial infection, and it is generally asymptomatic. The TB bacilli start reproducing exponentially within the inactivated macrophages, this eventually result in a rapid expansion of the initial TB bacillus,until the macrophages cannot contain the spread anymore and it will bust and spreading necrotic residue and bacilli throughout the surrounding tissue. Other macrophages will also begin to extravasate from peripheral blood, but they…

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    Erythema Infection

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    Chickenpox is a contagious infection that is caused by the varicella-zoster virus. Everybody can be infected by the varicella-zoster virus but it effects younger children’s more. Chickenpox can last up to 15 days Symptoms: A itchy rash that causes blisters with fluid, and once the blister erupts it causes to develop a crust. Also fever, feeling tired, headache, and anorexia is common. Treatment: The body has to fight the virus on its own. For the symptoms special creams to prevent from itching,…

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    The Ebola Infection

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    The Ebola infection causes an intense, genuine ailment which is regularly lethal if untreated. Ebola infection sickness (EVD) initially showed up in 1976 in 2 synchronous flare-ups, one in Nzara, Sudan, and the other in Yambuku, Democratic Republic of Congo. The last happened in a town close to the Ebola River, from which the illness takes its name. The current flare-up in west Africa is the biggest and most complex Ebola episode since the Ebola infection was initially found in 1976. There have…

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    Cysticercosis Cysticercosis is an infection caused by the young form (larvae) of a tapeworm (Taenia solium) that can be found in pork. When eggs from this tapeworm are consumed, the eggs develop into larvae inside of the body. Larvae can spread through the body to areas such as the eyes, skin, muscle tissue, heart, and brain. When cysticercosis occurs the brain, the condition is called neurocysticercosis. Severe infections in the brain can be life-threatening. CAUSES This condition is…

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