Tag: Infection

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Management of Sepsis
22nd Jun 2020
Introduction: Sepsis is defined as the overwhelming response of the human body and life-threatening reaction to a probable or documented infection which results in tissue hypoperfusion and organ dysfunction. Major ...

Tuberculosis in Aboriginal People
17th Jun 2020
Introduction: Introduction Tuberculosis is caused by a bacterial infection triggered by Mycobacterium tuberculosis, generally from the lungs, though it was also transmitted until lately through the intake of infect...

Epidemiology: Parametes Affecting Influenza
25th May 2020
Introduction: Epidemiology Assignment Part 1 Influenza is an upper respiratory infection commonly known as the flu. It is caused by either influenza virus A or B and can cause “fever, headache, muscle pain, runn...

National/international hand hygiene policy
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Question Why do you need a hand hygiene policy in a trust and how can a national/international hand hygiene policy affect it? Answer It is vital to have a hand hygiene policy in a trust because, accor...

Prevention of antibiotic resistance
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Question What is antibiotic resistance and how can it be prevented? Answer Antibiotic resistance (ABR) occurs when a bacterium evolves to develop immunity to the antibiotics designed to destroy it. Th...

Accountability In Nursing
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Question what is your accountability as a newly qualified nurse regarding infection control? Answer Accountability within the field of nursing is addressed by the UKCC code of conduct, and covers a ra...

Endemic, Epidemic and Pandemic
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Question What is the difference between an Endemic, Epidemic and Pandemic? Answer Epidemiology is the collective term for the study of global causes, patterns and effects of health and disease conditi...

Mechanical barrier against infection
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Take Home Midterm 1.) One example of a mechanical barrier against infection would be the surface layer of our skin. The surface layer of human skin is acidic and very dry, thus making it difficult for...

Health Promotion and Education for HIV
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Introduction The prevalence of HIV infections has increased rapidly in recent years in the UK. In 2006, it was estimated that a total of 73,000 people were infected with HIV, with a further new 6,393...

Landmark Discoveries in Healthcare: An Overview
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Cynthia Lane   Newborn cured of HIV: A woman from Mississippi gave birth to a child that contacted HIV from its mother. The woman was not aware she had HIV and doctors did not take precautions t...

HIV Prevalence in Uganda
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Uganda (HIV/AIDS) Section 1: Between 2002-2011, the international non-profit NGO AVSI Foundation has supported Uganda’s Ministry of Health (MoH) prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission (PMTC...

Public Health Challenges & Achievements
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: This study is intended to initiate the field of public health all the way through accounts of how publichealth, exercisee has evolved authority through opposite historic challenges to the healthiness...