Gastric bypass has two dangerous side effects which is abdominal complication and blood clots. Abdominal complication is one instance is when leaking of the stomach acid occurs near or around the staples. This may be treated with antibiotics or surgery is usually required to prevent and major complications. A complication that sometimes follow gastric bypass is narrowing of the opening between the small intestine and the stomach. Blood clots are when obese patients are more than likely to develop blood clots in their legs.
Some of the more common complications associated with the disease are bowel obstruction, ulcers, and fistulas. Bowel obstruction is the most common and results from the thickening of the intestinal wall with swelling and scar tissue, narrowing the passage. The narrowing of the intestines blocks flow of digested material through the affected area. In severe conditions surgery is needed to remove the dead and damaged tissue of the bowel. Chronic inflammation that accompanies this disease can lead to the formation of ulcers.
Pregnant women are more likely to have complications because sickle cell anemia affects so many body systems. Some of the more life threatening complications are stroke, pulmonary hypertension, acute chest syndrome, and organ damage. A stroke can happen due to the sickle cells blocking the flow of blood to the brain which can lead to a seizure, slurred speech, loss of consciousness, and numb or weak legs and arms (Ernzen 1997). Acute chest syndrome can also be caused by the blocking of blood vessels in the lungs and make it very difficult for the pregnant women to breath which can prevent the baby from being properly
Hematuria may continue for one day or last several days. Urinary tract infections are fairly common and result from bacteria entering the urethra and typically infecting the bladder but may spread to the kidneys as well. Urgency and frequency of urination may also be a complication with the presence of a UTI (urinary tract infection). Kidney stones can be another symptom of PKD. Cysts may block the tubules and prevent normal drainage
All forms of botulism can be fatal and are considered medical emergencies. Foodborne botulism is a public health emergency because many people can be poisoned by eating a contaminated food. What kind of germ is Clostridium botulinum? Clostridium botulinum is the name of a group of bacteria. They can be found in soil.
Unit 3 D1: Recommendations in relation to identify hazards to minimize the risks to the service user groups 1. Feeling sick or being sick Feeling sick or being sick can contaminate the pool and can pose a serious health risk to the staff and students at Ivy house. If not attended to the pool can become a fertile breeding ground for bacteria that can cause a wide range of illnesses. For example a parasite called cryptosporidium is excreted when faeces enters the water. This can cause really bad and severe diarrhoea, sickness, stomach cramps and fever.
VI. Some symptoms that may show up are: burning sensation when urinating, or a white, yellow, or greenish discharge from the penis in men. In women, painful/burning sensation when urinating, vaginal discharge, or vaginal bleeding in between periods. 5 1. You can get treated from this disease with an antibiotic.
Diagnosis is often made after a series of abdominal x-rays, an upper gastrointestinal series, or a colonoscopy. Endoscopy tests may include flexible sigmoidoscopy which allows the doctor to directly examine the colon with a lighted tube that is inserted through the anus. The mucosal layer of intestine that absorbs nutrition contains immune cells that act like defenders of the body. When this mucosal layer breaks down, harmful bacteria enter deep layers of the intestine. This results in inflammation causing swelling, increased blood flow, and ulcerations.
Cystic fibrosis is an autosomal recessive gene disorder. This disease affects the lungs most significantly. It also affects the pancreas, liver, and intestines, and various organs. This disease is characterized by the buildup of thick, sticky mucus that can damage vital organs. This abnormal mucus can clog the airways which will lead to severe problems with breathing and bacterial infections in the lungs.
The most common sexually transmitted diseases are: Chlamidia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Herpes(Simplex II), NGU(Nongonicoccal Urethritis), Vaginitis, Genital Warts, Pubic Lice/Scabies, AIDS, and Hepatitis. Chlamidia is a disease, which is transmitted through unprotected sexual intercourse. If you had this disease, you would experience bleeding between menstrual periods, abdominal pain, and painful urination. There is another term for painful urination. It is called “urinary tract infection”.