There has been some controversy in adding Fluoride being known as a toxic substande. Long-term fluoride ingestion can lead to headaches, ringing in the ears, depression, confusion, drowsiness, loss of memory and the list goes on. To top it all of, fluoride has also been linked to cancer, thyroid disease and even attention deficit
Ilium, ischium, pubis Tyra Thompson and Kamia Mims Section 2530 Unit 4 Case Study 1 Overcoming the Perils of Canoe Lake First Aid for Dehydration Dehydration happens when you lose more fluid then you take in and your body doesn’t have enough fluids to carry out its normal functions. Whenever fluids are lost due to sweating, diarrhea, vomiting, etc, you must replace them or dehydration will occur. Mild to moderate dehydration can be reversed my simply increasing your fluid intake. Severe dehydration however can result in serious health issues which require immediate medical attention. If you do not seek immediate help you may be at risk for heat injury, swelling of the brain, seizures, low blood volume, kidney failure, coma or even death.
Paracetamol Analgesics are used to relieve pain such as headaches. Addiction to these can happen if taken over a long period of time. Also, irritation of the stomach, liver damage and sleep disturbances as some analgesics contain caffeine. Antibiotics e.g. Amoxicillin Antibiotics are used to treat bacterial infections Diarrhoea, feeling sick and vomiting are the most common side effects.
Sources of moisture on the skin from urine, stool, or perspiration can irritate the skin. Poor hygiene , not washing regularly or drying properly Poor nutrition and/or dehydration. Bed sores are more likely to form when the skin is not properly nourished. 1.4 Friction and shearing can occur when a patient or resident is pulled up in bed or in the chair. These
Addiction to these can happen if taken over a long period of time. Also, irritation of the stomach, liver damage and sleep disturbances as some analgesics contain caffeine. Antibiotics e.g. amoxicillin Antibiotics are used to treat infections caused by bacteria. Diarrhoea, feeling sick and vomiting are the most common side effects.
Abdominal pain and abdominal cramping is caused the inflammation of the walls and eventually thickens the walls with scar tissue and leads to cramping. Mild Crohn’s causes moderate intestinal discomfort and in more severe cases, can cause nausea and vomiting. Blood in the stool is caused by food being moved from the digestive tract through the inflamed tissue. The bleeding might be notices as bright red directly in the toilet or darker red blood that is mixed into the stool. Crohn’s also causes small sores or ulcers on the surface of the intestines that eventually penetrate into the intestinal walls.
Cystic Fibrosis: Thick Mucous Frances Bowman Medical surgery 1 Cystic fibrosis is a life-threatening disorder which can cause minor to severe damage to the lungs and digestive system. This is an inherited condition which affects the cells that produce mucus, sweat and the other digestive juices. These secretions are supposed to be thin and slippery and act as a lubricant. Instead with this disorder they are thick and sticky and plug up tubes, ducts, and passageways in the lungs and pancreas mainly. This disorder is most common in white, northern European ancestry people; can also affect Hispanics, African Americans; and rarely in people of Asian or Pacific Islander origin.
Some of the common triggers for sickle cell crisis are fever, dehydration, stress, infection, hypoxia, bleeding, cold exposure, and drug and alcohol use. The immune system for people with sickle cell anemia is weakened which increases the likelihood of infection from flu viruses and bacteria which could lead to a fever. There are four different types of crises that are label based on the area of the body affected. They are bone, abdominal, chest, and joint crisis. During a sickle cell crisis, the pregnant person may present with severe unrelenting pain that is accompanied by nausea, vomiting, coughing up blood, diarrhea, or decreased range of motion of the affect extremity.
Endoscopy is usually indicated in patients with these symptoms who are older than 45 and have failed to respond to treatment with histamine 2 receptor antagonists (H2 Ant) and proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) . Chest pain is of particular concern as cardiac symptoms can be very similar in presentation and character with oesophageal reflux and Angina Pectoris. The pharmacist should also note that abnormal gastric reflux of stomach contents in Gastro-Oesophageal Reflux (GORD) may in some cases cause extra-oesophageal symptoms such as cough, dental erosions, pharyngitis, sinusitis, idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, and recurrent otitis media. These should be considered in the differential diagnosis of this
The following can cause total incontinence: * An anatomical defect the person has had from birth. * A spinal cord injury which messes up the nerve signals between the brain and the bladder. * A fistula - a tube (channel) develops between the bladder and a nearby area, most typically the vagina. The following may also sometimes cause urinary incontinence: * Some medications - especially some diuretics, antihypertensive drugs, sleeping tablets, sedatives, and muscle relaxants. * Alcohol - if a person drinks a large quantity of alcohol the bladder and the muscles around it will relax, plus the individual may become less aware of when it is time to urinate.