A con is the higher risk of destruction of normal body flora. Drug allergy, drug toxicity, and creation of resistant microorganisms are also facts that need to be taken into consideration. Narrow-spectrum antimicrobials can only target either Gram-negative or Gram-positive microorganisms or a small variety of microorganisms at the time used. A con is that the bacteria have to be indentified first, before treatment can start. The pros are the reduced risk of creating resistant microorganisms and less chance of harming the host.
Despite Natural Law forbidding abortion, there is a doctrine of double effect that can be implemented. If the mother’s life is threatened as a result of the pregnancy, for instance during an ectopic pregnancy, then the destruction of the fallopian tube would be acceptable. Here, the primary aim is not the terminate the pregnancy but to save the mother’s life. The secondary effect is that the embryo is destroyed. Here, abortion would be permissible even by Natural law followers, who believe in the sanctity of life.
21 Oct. 2008 <http://www.proquest.com/ This is an informative article chronicling in part the early history of vaccine development against the avian flu. The articles main focus is concerning the continuing development of vaccines that can target the mutating virus, and how the medical community in this country should prepare for the increasingly likely avian flu pandemic. Not only does this journal entry involve a good detail of the epidemiology of the influenza mutations, but also a detailed description and diagrams of vaccine
I never knew all the different types of treatments and therapy that my friend went through before she passed way in 2005, until I read more about it for my paper. While researching all this information I really wish the newer drug Kalydeco was approved while my friend was still alive. Even with some of the common side effects I really believe my friend would be still here today and would have lived passed 37. Overall, I really enjoyed looking up this information and writing this paper I feel I know a little more about this disease and understand the different symptoms as well. References Lauren B. Cystic Fibrosis Community Children’s Health Understanding Cystic Fibrosis: The Basics Wedmd Understanding Cystic Fibrosis—Diagnosis and Treatment Dankert-Roelse,Jeannette E. International Journal of Clinical Reviews Newborn Screening for Cystic Fibrosis: From Experiment to Routine Procedure O’Sullivan, Brian P; Cystic Fibrosis KALYDECO is the first and only FDA-approved CFTR potentiate For patients with cystic fibrosis age 6 years and older who have a G551D
This will educate on what to do when they start to suspect that they have small pox. Moreover, we will go to schools in order to educate students on what to do when they have small pox. A lot of research and studies has been done over the years and we will like to let the citizen know that even we don’t have small pox here in the United states but we have never relaxed to always research more on this disease so we will like to assure that the vaccines we will be providing is not outdated because we understand that a lot of diseases are becoming resistant to vaccines and drugs. The outcome of this plan in terms of success will be measured by online and registered
They are safe as well as effective, they are only given to children after being reviewed and approved. They can involve some comfort and pain, but this is what I would rather me and my children go through, rather than being sick with a disease that can be fatal. A person may have an allergic reaction to a vaccination, but this is a very rare side effect. Before child/children receive a vaccine their parents receive brochures that explain the side effects that are possible and explain the benefits to having that vaccine. Doctors just are sticking people with shots because they think it’s the right thing for the children.
Unlike medications, supplement Dietary Supplements 3 makers do not have to prove their products are safe or effective. The FDA, however, can force a supplement from the market if it proves it is unsafe (nutrition.about.com, n.d.). Dietary supplements can be good for the body if there are substances lacking in the body. If a person has diseases, supplements can help control them. It is best to consult a doctor before taking supplements because they can interact with medications, causing bad reactions.
Joy Wachendorfer Pamela Todoroff English 101 22 April 2013 Respiratory Therapy As my first semester back to college is coming to end, I ask myself what is the value of my educational efforts? I’m going into the health care field to become a Respiratory Therapist. My goal is to help people and be the best I can be in the field. Helping people has always been what I wanted to do. My son has Asthma.That is what got me interested in Respiratory Therapy.
After hearing that and instructing me to lie on my side I was very worried because I didn’t know what was going on. My husband was trying to calm me down saying everything was going to be alright and I just wanted the doctor to come back and tell me what was going on. We waiting fifteen minutes or more, which seemed like a half hour, the doctor finally returned. He began telling us the reasoning for his concerns based on the level of protein in my urine. After our discussion with the doctor additional test were ran including blood pressure in
Disease prevention is the key to public health. It is always better to prevent than treat a disease. Vaccines can protect both the people who receive them and those with whom they come in contact. Vaccination is the greatest gift that a parent can give a child and the best possible protection against atleast 17 major threatening diseases. It is one of the most cost-effective public health interventions to reduce child mortality and morbidity.