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  • The priority is to cull the information and the materials you need in order to prepare material to distribute to your target population. Please refer to
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  • How do epidemics spread? What is the emergency response to them?
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  • Whooping cough (also known as pertussis) is a highly contagious bacterial infection. The bacterium responsible is Bordetella pertussis. It is transmitted
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  • module helps you interpret the WikiBook http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Teach_Cough_Hygiene_Everywhere/Introduction What was the worst epidemic of all time
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  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virus_(1980_film) American version TruthRage Canadian humour
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  • infectious disease which might be transmitted within our client base via the coughing behaviors which we are trying to modify. Please refer to the WikiBook and
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  • Are the worse plagues cause by bacteria or flu? What other pathogens are there? Which diseases do they cause?
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  • This module helps you whiz through the corresponding chapter on the Wikibook. Is flu always viral? What distinguishes viruses from bacteria? Why is flu
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  • cough productive? amount color odor/taste hemoptysis fever, chills, rigors, SOB, chest pain (worse on inspiration), diaphoresis travel, infectious exposure
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  • Where do swine flus originate? (Be sure to watch the Dr. Brilliant video on this whole issue!) +supplemental readings= http://www.sciencedaily.com/rel
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  • bronchioles Chronic bronchitis - airway narrowing and mucous production chronic cough And now a stepwise approach to the OSCE examination 1. Knock on the door
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  • headache stroke → aphasia, paralysis UTI → dysuria pneumonia → cyanosis, cough, sputum, fever benzodiazepines beta-blockers anticholinergics trauma stroke
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  • gram stain and culture CXR (PA and lateral) acid fast stain of sputum if cough > 1 month or suspicious CXR for TB thoracocentesis if pleural effusions
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  • found that the (cough)eel was on the orange (cough)eel was interpreted as “peel” It was found that the (cough)eel was on the table (cough)eel was interpreted
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  • Inhaler 6-16 cartridges per day for 3 months with gradual tapering afterward Cough irritation rhinitis Nicotine Nasal Spray 1-2 sprays/hour Do not exceed
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  • Helicobacter pylori, Influenza, Lipopolysaccharide, Melanoma, Whooping cough, Deficiencies Blood, Glutathione, Melatonin, Norepinephrine, Vitamin
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  • goes. (neck, jaw) S = symptoms, severity sweating, SOB, palpitations, cough, syncope/presyncope, anxiety, sour-taste, nausea T = timing Describe the
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  • Whooping cough or pertussis is a very contagious respiratory disease, caused by the bacteria Bordetella pertussis. This disease is characterized by tracheobronchial
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  • Melanoma - Infection_as_PD_cause/Melanoma > Whooping cough - Infection_as_PD_cause/Whooping cough > Helicobacter - Infection_as_PD_cause/Helicobacter_pylorii
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  • encephalitis Measles Neisseria meningitidis Mumps Pertussis (whooping cough) Streptococcus pneumoniae Poliomyelitis Rotavirus Rubella Tetanus Rabies
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