Conclusion Necrotizing fasciitis is a rare disease that results in gross foreboding and fatality if not treated in its very early stages. At the beginning, however, it is difficult to tell the difference from other superficial skin conditions such as cellulitis. Family doctors must have a very great level of suspicion and low inception for surgical referral when confronted with cases of fever, pain and erythema.
Patients who are very ill usually require intravenous (IV) antibiotics and admission to a hospital; they usually have a kidney infection (pyelonephritis) that may be spreading to the bloodstream. Other people may have a milder infection (cystitis) and may get well quickly with oral antibiotics. E. coli Enteritis E. coli enteritis is an inflammation of the small intestine, caused by infection with certain strains of E. coli bacteria. The diarrheal diseases caused by E. coli range from mild to life-threatening, depending on the specific type of E. coli bacteria involved. It is the most common cause of
Treatment There's no cure for COPD, and you can't undo the damage to your lungs. But COPD treatments can control symptoms, reduce your risk of complications and exacerbations, and improve your ability to lead an active life. Quitting smoking might be the best thing a person can do. Medications include: bronchodilators, which relax the muscles around your airways, inhaled steroids that can reduce airway inflammation, and antibiotics for the respiratory infections. Lastly, a lung volume reduction surgery can be done.
Speak to a doctor about proper means of detoxification. Suddenly stopping depressants due to addiction can cause serious harm. You can quickly become highly depressed, anxious or have other adverse physical and mental side effects. It is important to detox with the guidance of a doctor or in a rehabilitation center where the process can be administered slowly and safely. 2.
Paul Henderson Biology 202 Austen Barnett 18 October 2011 Sickle Cell Anemia Sickle cell anemia is a disease that affects the body’s red blood cells. Sickle Cell Anemia has many symptoms. These symptoms include anemia, (lack of oxygen supply in blood) which makes the affected individual feel weak, cold, dizzy and irritable, it also gives the skin a paler color and may even make the skin appear as a yellowish color. The disease causes many respiratory problems as well, because of poor blood flow in the lungs. Pain is a very common symptom of sickle cell anemia; this pain can be acute or chronic, while acute pain (lasting hours or a few weeks at most) is most common, chronic pain can last multiple weeks or even months.
Welfare Recipients have never been required to have drug tests to acquire benefits. Some think that drug testing would decrease the amount of people abusing the system. People who are drug users and refuse to stop or get help will not apply for welfare. Also, drug testing would send a message to society that abusing the system will no longer be tolerated and it would free up extra funds for families who actually need the help. Some also think that drug testing will make people stay clean in order to receive any assistance they would have to stay off drugs.
Lupus Lupus is a serious, chronic and debilitating autoimmune illness that can affect many organs in the body with an unpredictable course; it impacts nine times more women than men, often in the prime of their lives (15 - 45 years). Lupus can be difficult to diagnose since symptoms may be mistaken for other illnesses. Common symptoms may include extreme fatigue, painful and swollen joints, unexplained fever, skin rashes and kidney problems. Since Lupus is an autoimmune illness, which means that the body's natural defense system attacks its own tissues instead of attacking foreign substances like bacteria and viruses. This causes inflammation.
Nevertheless other effective, helpful medications for managing PTSD include mood stabilizers, such as Lamictal, Gabitril or Depakote, as well as mood stabilizers that are antipsychotics like Resperidone, Syprexa or Seroquel. These medicines are most effective for those who suffer from agitation, dissociation, hypervilgilance, paranoia, or brief psychotic reactions. Conclusion I. In conclusion, we have discussed today, Post-traumatic stress disorder can be a very demanding illness not only to the one who suffers, but also the loved ones who help those affected cope with the
The types of drugs used for the correction of abnormal genes in the dopamine system of a person with ADD or ADHD, are very well known. “Methylphenidate (Ritalin) or the amphetamines Aderall and Dexedrine, are the most studied and most effective medications” that are used (ADHD Treatments). These medications reduce the person’s hyperactivity and improve their ability to pay attention. These drugs are prescribed by most doctors, but not all doctors take the same approach when prescribing the medication. This is because teenagers and adults taking Ritalin, Dexedrine, and Aderall can become addicted.