Ppt on viruses and bacteria for kids

Microbes and biotechnology Option F.1. Assessment statements F.1.1 Outline the classification of living organisms into three domains. F.1.2 Explain the.

oxygen Constant temperature of 95 degrees F pH (not too acidic) Bacteria required for methanogenesis Acidogenic bacteria convert organic matter to organic acids and alcohol Acetogenic bacteria make acetate Methanogenic bacteria create the methane Topic F.3 Assessment Statements F.3.1 State/ do not produce enzyme ADA and thus have no immune system In 1998 stem cells were withdrawn from kids with SCID Cells mixed with a virus carrying normal form of gene that produces ADA Virus transferred normal copy of gene /


Microbes and biotechnology Option F.1. Assessment statements F.1.1 Outline the classification of living organisms into three domains. F.1.2 Explain the.

oxygen Constant temperature of 95 degrees F pH (not too acidic) Bacteria required for methanogenesis Acidogenic bacteria convert organic matter to organic acids and alcohol Acetogenic bacteria make acetate Methanogenic bacteria create the methane Topic F.3 Assessment Statements F.3.1 State/ do not produce enzyme ADA and thus have no immune system In 1998 stem cells were withdrawn from kids with SCID Cells mixed with a virus carrying normal form of gene that produces ADA Virus transferred normal copy of gene /


BIOLOGY REVIEW MODULE A: CELLS AND CELL PROCESSES.

passed on the X chromosome that is always donated by mom to her kids – Boys have the trait more than girls b/c “y” chromosome /– Animal eats plant – Animal dies, defecates, respires and bacteria return nutrient back to soil or air Succession Primary- happens in an environment for the first time; pioneer species= lichens & moss; /rid of a virus. When you contract a virus you become immune thanks to antibodies created to fight future infection. Antibiotics work on bacteria only. BACTERIA Prokaryotic Smallest, /


PROF. FAHAD AL ZAMIL Professor & Consultant Pediatric Infectious Diseases College Of Medicine King Saud University, Riyadh Keeps Kids Healthy!

King Saud University, Riyadh Keeps Kids Healthy! Historical Milestones 1000 /bacteria Cholera Intramuscular Toxoids and inactivated bacteria DTP VACCINES AVAILABLE FOR ACTIVE IMMUNIZATION (cont) RouteTypeVaccine Subcutaneous Live virus Rubella IntramuscularToxoids Tetanus & TD, DT Subcutaneous (Boosters may be intradermal) Inactivated bacteria Typhoid Subcutaneous Live virus Yellow fever VACCINES AVAILABLE FOR ACTIVE IMMUNIZATION (cont) RouteTypeVaccine Subcutaneous Live viruses MMR Subcutaneous Live virus/


The Human Immune System. 1. Infectious Diseases A. Definitions 1. Pathogens (germs) a. an organism that causes a disease b. ex. viruses, bacteria, fungi,

1. Pathogens (germs) a. an organism that causes a disease b. ex. viruses, bacteria, fungi, protista 2. Infectious diseases a. are spread by pathogens a. are spread/ wall. They squeezed through and were able to get inside. But as soon as they stood up, four large dogs came around the corner. The kids tried to run but ended/ your immune cells so you can’t fight back and leads to AIDS. David Phillip Vetter (September 21, 1971 – February 22, 1984) Homework: For each part of the immune system below tell: 1/


Glitter Germs Science Activity. The Living Environment Explain that some diseases are caused by germs and some are not. Note that diseases caused.

germs today to show how they are spread. Germs- Some kids may think that germs are bugs or cooties or other gross stuff./ major types of germs: bacteria, viruses, fungi, and protozoa. They can invade plants, animals, and people, and sometimes they make us sick. Types of Germs Bacteria (say: back-teer-ee/virus lives in is called its host. When viruses get inside peoples bodies, they can spread and make people sick. Viruses cause chickenpox, measles, flu, and many other diseases. Because some viruses can live for/


Colds and Coughs: Do I Need Antibiotics? Paul Phillips, MD, Family Medicine

et al: Antibiotic use in acute respiratory infections and the ways patients pressure physicians for a prescription. J Fam Pract: 50(10): 853-8, 2001. Definitions Bacteria Virus Antibiotic Antibiotic Resistance Bacteria Bacteria: Single-celled microorganisms which can exist either / illnesses more doctor visits extended hospital stays the need for more expensive and toxic medications. Some resistant infections can even cause death. What about the kids? Children are of particular concern because they have the/


The Immune System By: Elizabeth Reed, David Chavez, and Kharletha Williams.

or grains. ( sugar immediately decreases the strength of your immune system) Get 6 or more hours of sleep.( for kids, the amount of hours should be higher because of development. Sleep is also necessary because when you sleep, your body/… The immune system is a collection of cells and organs that protect the body from pathogens(viruses and bacteria). The immune system is a collection of cells and organs that protect the body from pathogens(viruses and bacteria). The immune system is mainly made up of white/


In The Name of ALLAH.

lifelong protection against the illness. Treatment A virus causes chickenpox, so the doctor wont prescribe antibiotics. However, antibiotics may be required if the sores become infected by bacteria. This is pretty common among kids because they often scratch and pick at the blisters. The antiviral medicine acyclovir may be prescribed for people with chickenpox who are at risk for complications. The drug, which can make the/


Pulmonary Infectious Disease Tory Davis, PA-C. Pneumonia  What is it? –Acute infection of the lung parenchyma, including alveolar spaces and interstitial.

Bacterial pneumonia caused by anaerobic bacteria colonizing oropharynx.  CXR will show infiltrate in whatever lung segment was dependant at time of aspiration. Workup  Hx and PE – good psx hx  CXR- PA and Lateral  CBC with diff  BMP (glucose and lytes)  Liver function /LAIV  Live attentuated influenza vaccine  Nasal spray  LIVE virus, weakened  Only for healthy, non-preg people ages 5-49 Who gets flu shot?  People at  risk for complications: kids 6 months to 19 years, pregnant women, age over 50/


Chapter 10. Introduction One of the major problems society faces is the spread of sexually transmitted diseases, or STDs. Many of them are bacterial and.

antibiotics. Good for us! Antibiotics kill bacteria according to where they interfere in the bacteria’s metabolism. Resistance to treatment is always an issue. Antibiotics vs. bacteria will be a continuing war for us all./for all viruses, regardless of the kind of arrangement of genetic material, the virus is capable of replicating within a living cell and can produce progeny Human Viruses “Best way not get hit is not be there when punch arrive.” -Mr. Miagi (The Karate Kid II) Good advice! Applies to viruses/


Click here to begin Version 4.2 2 I’m Ned the Narrator. Thanks for choosing the online learning format for Communicable Disease Control at Beech Acres.

. 19 Communicable Disease Some bacteria require specific circumstances for their transmission… 20 Tuberculosis may be transmitted in several ways… in the exchange of body fluids, through food or eating utensils, and by the air… Syphilis and Gonorrhea require sexual contact… Hepatitis and Malaria are passed through through blood… Communicable Disease Here are some examples… 21 In the case of HIV… ( Human Immunodeficiency Virus ), A number of/


19.1- A virus Consists of a Nucleic Acid with a protein Coat Adam Maurer, D.J. Fezler, Julia Ceh-Synnott.

infect bacteria Elongated icosahedral heads enclosing DNA Protein tail with fibers that attach to a bacterium 19.2 Viruses replicate only in host cells Steven Norlock, Brandon Geiringer, and Eric Lakomek Viruses lack metabolic enzymes and equipment for /Insulin, human growth hormone (HGH)  First products “manufactured” this way  Insulin: diabetes  HGH: used with kids with dwarfism  Tissue plasminogen activator (TPA)  Dissolves blood clots if distributed shortly after a heart attack PROTEIN PRODUCTION BY/


Sheep and Goat Industry

is necessary for successful production. C. Diseases can drastically affect sheep and goats. Veterinarians help producers manage flock or herd health in the presence of diseases. What are common parasites and diseases that affect sheep and goats, and what are appropriate prevention and treatment methods? 1. Enterotoxemia, or overeating disease, is very common among growing lambs and kids. Because large amounts of feed are ingested, intestinal bacteria undergo rapid/


Structure (chapter 10, pages 266 – 278) and Replication of DNA (chapter 12, pages 318 – 334)

and Martha Chase, 1952 Knew that viruses inject something into the bacteria, then the bacteria reproduce new viruses Hypothesis: whatever is injected into the bacteria is the genetic material T2 virus is made- up of A protein coat (contains sulfur) Surrounding a DNA molecule (contains phosphorous) Hershey and Chase T2 virus/–Quiz Kids –University of Indiana –Studied bacteriophage with Luria Structure of DNA Players –Watson and Crick produced/ copying mechanism for the genetic material. J. D. Watson and F. H/


AP Environmental Science

Level Fertility vs. TFR Total fertility rate: the average number of kids a woman typically has during her reproductive years. These have dropped /three estimates is projected to take place in developing countries. 2008 TFR for world 2.5 Interactive TFR graph Population (billions) 12 11 High/ and transmissible diseases. -Non-transmissible diseases- those not passed from one person to another (diabetes, emphysema and malnutrition) -Transmissible diseases- caused by bacteria, viruses, protozoa, or parasites, and/


SEEP AND GOAT HEALTH AND DISEASE CONTROL Part I Ethiopia sheep and goat productivity improvement program.

3m deep; The area should be fenced and not used for other purpose for at least 6-months 2.Chemical disinfection The process of cleaning fomites and the surrounding using chemicals that kill bacteria and some viruses.  Fomites include farm equipment, surgical instruments/ Orf - disease characteristics Ewes and does with painful teats will not allow lambs or kids to suckle, and these lambs and kids may die of starvation. Adult animals that are affected will not eat properly and may lose condition NB: Humans/


Current Trends in Presentation of Disease Associated with M. hyopneumoniae Monte B. McCaw DVM PhD Farm Animal Health and Resource Management Dept. NCSU.

disease model  Day Care / School-kid model Swine Industry Changes All In - All Out (AIAO) Pig-/grow-Finish Swine Industry Changes 3 site production intentions äEliminate bacteria vertical transmission  antibiotic medication at birth  early weaning /for disease control äPRV, TGE, pneumonia äPRRSv  multiple “strains”, different status virus circulation between herds PRRSv Impact on Disease PRRS Clinical signs äabortion, stillbirths, mummies ähigh preweaning mortality ähigh nursery disease and/


Sheep and Goat Industry Animal Science Level 2. Unit Map: Follow Along in your packet WHAT ARE YOU LEARNING? AS.06.02(Basic): Recognize, identify, and.

on their size and age. An Easter kid is a /for the bluetongue virus. Prevention should include vaccination at shearing time. What are common parasites and diseases that affect sheep and goats, and what are appropriate prevention and treatment methods? 5. Mastitis is an inflammation of the udder. Signs include fever, depression, decreased milk production, abnormal milk, hardening or sensitivity of the udder, and loss of appetite. Sometimes signs are not visible. Bacteria can spread through dirty lots and/


MENINGITIS, ENCEPHALITIS, WEST NILE VIRUS NERVOUS SYSTEM DISORDERS.

the brain and spinal cord. The samples will be sent to a laboratory to be checked for viruses or bacteria. A special brain scan (an MRI or a CT scan) also may be ordered to look for inflammation. /and then rub it onto your face) and dont use repellent on your eyes or mouth. Wash repellent off once you get back indoors. Dont use repellent on areas of the skin that are irritated or cut. Stop using a repellent if it gives you a rash or other skin reaction, wash it off, and call the doctor. Dont let little kids/


The Immune/ Lymphatic System SAMANTHA CLARK AND MACKENZIE BROUSE.

Cells are those that specifically kill the viruses and sometimes bacteria. Killer T-Cells  Killer T-Cells have the ability to protect us/Immunology is the branch of medicine and biology that is responsible for immunity. Medicine vs. Nature  Vaccines and other medicines help keep our body healthy and prevent disease.  Another drug that/webmd.com/cold-and-flu/features/boost-immune-system?page=2  http://www.chop.edu/healthinfo/all-about-the-immune-system.html  http://kidshealth.org/kid/ill_injure/sick//


HOME SCIENCE Home Safety and First-Aid 1. Outline of the Chapter Introduction to Home Safety Causes of unsafe conditions Accidents Robbery Fall Fire Electrical.

killing bacteria than isopropyl alcohol. 48 Handling some Common Emergencies (contd.) Splinters (contd.) Wash the wound and surrounding area with soap and warm water/virus infecting the gastrointestinal tract.  Gastroenteritis (stomach flu) also can cause nausea and diarrhea  These infections do not last long. They are more disruptive than dangerous.  Kids who cannot take in enough fluids and also have diarrhea could become dehydrated.  Vomiting can be frightening and exhausting for children.  Key for/


Animal, Plant & Soil Science Lesson C7-8 The Sheep and Goat Industry.

program is necessary for successful production.  C. Diseases can drastically affect sheep and goats. Veterinarians help producers manage flock or herd health. What are common parasites and diseases that affect sheep and goats, and what are appropriate prevention and treatment methods?  1. Enterotoxemia, or overeating disease, is very common among growing lambs and kids. Because large amounts of feed are ingested, intestinal bacteria undergo rapid growth and release a toxin/


Common Goat Diseases Signs, Prevention, and Treatment

oz for adults & 2+ oz for kids), walk goat around, massage flanks. Contact veterinarian if this does not help. Brucella Melitensis Cause: Organism excreted in milk, urine, and feces. Causes an infection of the placenta and udder. Symptoms: Abortion will occur in last 2 months of pregnancy Treatment: Vaccinations are available to prevent it, but generally the herd is slaughtered. Caseous Lymphadenitis (CL) Cause: Bacteria enters/


Dry Wintertime Indoor Air

their DNA. This prevents them from reproducing and they soon die. UV was artificially created in the 1890’s and later commercially used to kill waterborne viruses & bacteria in France in 1909 for safe drinking water in Paris and other cities. By the 1930’s Duke/. Dr. Monto is a world renown influenza expert with over 60 peer reviewed & published articles on influenza: ‘Dont kid yourself that youre going to protect yourself from the flu completely by washing your hands,’ said Arnold Monto, a professor of/


Defense Against Disease

and beef , , (bilharzias) Schistosomiasis “swimmer’s itch” – initial invasion http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0002298/ 6.3.2 Explain why antibiotics are effective against bacteria but not against viruses/and glycoproteins) Antigens on our own cells are recognized as “ ” and do not stimulate an immune response Antigen (bacteria) Macrophage B cell (lymphocyte) releasing antibodies that attack antigens http://kids/to retain immunity to antigens B and T memory cells survive for many years If the body /


VETERINARY CARE OF SHEEP AND GOATS

Contagious abscesses is caused by Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis Draining abscesses is source of infection, contamination of feeding equipment and environment Bacteria “set up shop” in regional lymph nodes Most common site is mandibular region (lower jaw) /Easily diagnosed through blood sample Test, cull positive animals, feed kids heat treated colostrum and pasteurized milk from negative does. Be sure all recipient does are tested for CAE! Maedi-Visna Ovine Progressive Pneumonia “OPP” Viral disease /


Core of illnesses Regimens for disease Regimens for common ailments Why they are so unique.

Provides beneficial bacteria to promote healthy digestion  Supports a healthy gastrointestinal tract  Promotes bowel regularity  Promotes stomach comfort  Promotes a normal immune response  Supports a healthy immune system Recommended regimen for kids  1-2 caps of spectrum opc and 1-2 /nerves caused by the same virus as chicken pox  My recommendations are 2 caps of opc which aids in destroying the virus 2 caps of calcium for nerve function and healing as well as b complex for nerve functions I also /


IMMUNITY AND IMMUNIZATION FAHAD AL ZAMIL Professor & Consultant Paediatric Infectious Diseases King Khalid University Hospital King Saud University, Riyadh.

intramuscular or intradermal Inactivated bacteria Cholera Intramuscular Toxoids and inactivated bacteria DTP VACCINES AVAILABLE FOR ACTIVE IMMUNIZATION (cont) RouteTypeVaccine Subcutaneous Live virus Rubella IntramuscularToxoids Tetanus & TD, DT Subcutaneous (Boosters may be intradermal) Inactivated bacteria Typhoid Subcutaneous Live virus Yellow fever VACCINES AVAILABLE FOR ACTIVE IMMUNIZATION (cont) RouteTypeVaccine Subcutaneous Live viruses MMR Subcutaneous Live virus Mumps Oral OPV Intramuscular/


Animal, Plant & Soil Science Lesson C7-8 The Sheep and Goat Industry.

program is necessary for successful production.  C. Diseases can drastically affect sheep and goats. Veterinarians help producers manage flock or herd health. What are common parasites and diseases that affect sheep and goats, and what are appropriate prevention and treatment methods?  1. Enterotoxemia, or overeating disease, is very common among growing lambs and kids. Because large amounts of feed are ingested, intestinal bacteria undergo rapid growth and release a toxin/


THE VIRUS PART 2 BEGINS. Did you realize that up to 70% of the marine bacteria may be infected with phages? Those are viruses you know.... I don’t think.

EPISOME used to describe viruses. I must emphasis that we are not the only episomal material that is out there. F plasmids of bacteria, transposons and insertion sequences are also episomes/ me for years and spending billions on research but they still can’t stop me. There is no cure for the common cold. I’m a single stranded RNA virus and the /I want it NOW!!!! That kid is a spoiled brat. She’s a disgrace to us warts. HPV human papilloma virus can cause genital warts, cervical cancer and the warts we get on/


Lecture 3 GOAT PRODUCTION AND HUSBANDRY Breeds of Goat in Nigeria There are three main breeds of goats in Nigeria. The Sahel goat It is found more abundantly.

for sufficient drug to reach the diseased tissue. Control of the disease could be achieved by quarantine, culling of animals that do not respond to treatment and routine vaccination. 3.Orf/Contagious Ecthyma/Sore Mouth It caused by a virus and is seen as scabby lesions on the lip and/ of feeding; skin damage and wounds predisposing the animal to secondary infections by bacteria; and acts as disease vectors. These parasites are much more serious problems in extensive and large-scale intensive units. Control/


Autism, Depression and Alzheimer’s: A Shared Underlying Pathology and Treatment.

blood brain barrier – Peptides could be responsible for social withdrawal, insensitivity to pain, and impaired sensory response * Waring and Klovrza, J Nutr & Environ Medicine 10, 25-32, 2000 Imbalance in Gut Biota Autistic kids have an excess of bacterium named “Desulfovibrio” in their guts* This bacterium can thrive on both sulfate and nitrate** – Nitrate is toxic to other bacteria and kills them off – Sulfate gets depleted from/


Boost your Immune System Naturally Preventing illness during the cold and flu season Dr. Jese Anne Wiens B.Sc., N.D. HANS Natural Nutrition Event September.

broccoli & berries. As a supplement: kids up to age 6 can take 250 mg per day. Older kids can take 500 mg per day. /and bacteria. Supplements Probiotics These are healthy bacteria that live in our intestines and help with our immune system. They inhibit colonization of pathogens in the intestinal tract, degrade toxins, stimulate local and peripheral immunity, promote enzyme activity, and produce antimicrobial substances. Probiotics are considered safe and well tolerated, making it a great supplement for/


Make an informed choice !

by vaccine PERTUSSIS What is it? Bacteria - whooping cough, try to catch /and streptomycin. Live virus polio: Reactions include contraction of polio by those who have received the virus and by those who have come into contact with body fluids and wastes of the immunized person. Paralytic symptoms may follow contraction of polio. Live virus is reportedly shed for/for kids, by Leo Galland MD Beyond Antibiotics, by Michael Schmidt If forced or chose to vaccinate 1. Vitamin C- Pre-treat 5 days, the day of and/


Breathe Freely-- The Role of Nutrition in Asthma

Alfalfa Complex Essential for healthy immune system Helps reduce damaging effect of air pollution Dissipates in air, heat and light Higher levels recommended for allergies, asthma, healing, prevention of colds, viruses, flu.. Especially important for additional immune protection/bacteria, and one pill failed to properly break apart.  June 2013 barb Shaklee conducts over 100,000 quality control tests a year … They test for 400 different contaminants ( going way beyond the US Pharmacopeia standards of 80 ) Kid/


1.  Cause many infections of humans, animals, plants, and bacteria  Cannot carry out any metabolic pathway  Neither grow nor respond to the environment.

virus/bacteria/fungus/parasite) which must contain nucleic acids (either DNA, RNA, or both).  All known prion diseases affect the structure of the brain or other neural tissue and all are currently untreatable and universally fatal.  Prions are responsible for "mad cow disease" in cattle and/ being uncomfortable. 70  Common illness among kids in the United States, particularly those under age 12.  You are at risk for chickenpox if you have never had the illness and have not had the chickenpox vaccine.  /


Return of the Germ Antibiotics were suppose to wipe out infectious bacteria. What went wrong?

in about 60,000 deaths. An estimated 50% to 60% of hospital infections involve bacteria resistant to one or more antibiotics. Drug-Resistant Problem Actually not new, first turned up/for kids (especially for ear infections) –Children congregating in day care centers pass on the resistant bugs to each other and later to families and society at large. Steps to Minimize Your Risk Make sure you and your family get all your immunizations. Recognize that antibiotics will not work for viruses. Take the pills for/


By: Juan Manuel Galvis & Juliana Astudillo.  Stands for sexually transmitted diseases.  Diseases that spread from person to person because intimate.

for sexually transmitted diseases.  Diseases that spread from person to person because intimate contact.  STD’s can cause permanent damage, such as infertility and even death.  Its very common in teenagers.  Through skin-to-skin contact with an infected area. Not necessary sexual intercourse.  You can’t get them if you have oral or anal sex.  Viruses and bacteria/ in pregnancy.  This rates can be explained because the early age kids starts their sexual life.  In1986, 4.3% adolescents have started /


Food Safety & Toxicology. What is Food Safety? Food Safety is making a food safe to eat and free of disease causing agents such as: Too many infectious.

) On fruits and vegetables: E. coli bacteria (apple juice) Cyclospora parasite (raspberries) Hepatitis A virus (strawberries) Viral Hazards Very small particles that cannot be seen with a light microscope Do not need food, water or air to survive Do not cause spoilage Infect living cells and are species specific Reproduce inside the host cell Survive in human intestines, water or food for months Transmission usually/


Macy G. 8 Years Old Mississippi, USA.  Spreading germs at school.  Bacteria (Bacteria are small creatures that cause soar throats, ear aches, cavities,

Bacteria (Bacteria are small creatures that cause soar throats, ear aches, cavities, and pneumonia.)  Viruses(Viruses can not live that long on nonliving things. They can only grow and reproduce inside living things. Viruses can cause chicken pox, measles, flu, and a lot of other disease.)  Fungi (Fungi are plant like and/Dec 22 2013  Lakeshore. learning. com/teachers apron kids health.org Jan 12, 2014  Step 1-We /14 2/14/14 wants smaller pockets for pens and pencils and fold the top down so they won/


F OOD I NTOXICATIONS Britni Mahan and Beth Johnson.

Food poisoning is an illness caused by eating foods that have harmful organisms in them. Includes: bacteria, parasites, fungi, and viruses. Mostly found in raw meat, chicken, fish, and eggs, but can spread to any type of food. Can also grow on food that /of kids were throwing up all over the waiting room  Claimed to have no family history. She was adopted and may have an identical twin sister, but there are no records TREATMENT The best treatments for these patients are rest, plenty of fluids, and medicines/


Animal, Plant & Soil Science Lesson C7-8 The Sheep and Goat Industry.

program is necessary for successful production.  C. Diseases can drastically affect sheep and goats. Veterinarians help producers manage flock or herd health. What are common parasites and diseases that affect sheep and goats, and what are appropriate prevention and treatment methods?  1. Enterotoxemia, or overeating disease, is very common among growing lambs and kids. Because large amounts of feed are ingested, intestinal bacteria undergo rapid growth and release a toxin/


*Resources: Centers for Disease Control and Infection (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.

better, more persistent response  Antibiotics: prevent growth of bacteria  Egg protein: influenza/yellow fever preparation  Formaldehyde: kills contaminating viruses/bacteria, inactivates toxins  toxoids  Common substances found in vaccines/virus stored in 2 approved sites: U.S. and Russia—concern that terrorists may have it  U.S. has enough smallpox vaccine stockpiled to vaccinate entire population if outbreak  DURATION: protects from smallpox for 3-5 years, protects from severe disease/death for/


I NFECTION AND D EFECTS IN D EFENSE Paula Ruedebusch, ARNP, DNP.

Capacity of a pathogen to cause severe disease; for example, measles virus is of low virulence; while rabies virus is highly virulent 15 C LASSES OF I NFECTIOUS M ICROORGANISMS AND EXAMPLES Virus (poliomyelitis, influenza) Bacteria (Staph, Cholera, Strep pneumonia, TB) Fungi / to receptors on surface of mast cells Food allergies Kids: Milk, chocolate, citrus fruits, eggs, wheat, nuts, peanut butter, fish Adults: shellfish Urticaria Histamine release H 1 and H 2 receptors Antihistamines 61 T YPE I H /


Preparing for a Pandemic Avian Flu. Thumper: Those are birds. Bambi: Bur... Bur! Thumper: Look! Hes trying to talk. Bambi: Bur! Other rabbits: Hes.

seconds to effectively kill germs. Kids can measure the time by singing "Happy Birthday" song twice. Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth. Germs are often spread when a person touches something that is contaminated with germs and then touches his or her eyes, nose, or mouth. Wash Your Hands. The most common way for the flu virus to invade your system is from/


I NFECTION AND D EFECTS IN D EFENSE Paula Ruedebusch, ARNP, DNP.

Capacity of a pathogen to cause severe disease; for example, measles virus is of low virulence; while rabies virus is highly virulent 15 C LASSES OF I NFECTIOUS M ICROORGANISMS AND EXAMPLES Virus (poliomyelitis, influenza) Bacteria (Staph, Cholera, Strep pneumonia, TB) Fungi / to receptors on surface of mast cells Food allergies Kids: Milk, chocolate, citrus fruits, eggs, wheat, nuts, peanut butter, fish Adults: shellfish Urticaria Histamine release H 1 and H 2 receptors Antihistamines 57 T YPE I H /


Karen Estrella-Ramadan 07/03/12

for anemia and thrombocytopenia. You obtain human immunodeficiency virus and hepatitis C serologies. Of the following, the additional serologic test that MUST be obtained for the nurse is for: Cytomegalovirus hepatitis A hepatitis B measles tetanus C Requires a serologic test for hepatitis B. Hepatitis B virus/and TMT/SMX E. gallinarum and Ecasseliflavus: vancomycin resistant Linezolid: can be used for vanco-resistant bacteria/albendazole 1 dose but NOT studied in kids < 2y/o Iodoquinol: entamoeba histolytica/


H 3 CA Water, Sanitation, and Health Learning Modules for Young Adults University of Alaska Anchorage Department of Health Sciences Version 1.0, 2012.

safety is necessary for the prevention of food related infections and illness. Students will learn proper food safety methods and when it is appropriate and necessary to use them. Pg 24 Student Questions to Anticipate Q.Whats the big deal? A. Practicing food safety is an important way to prevent food related infections and illnesses caused by certain bacteria, toxins, viruses, and other organisms. These bacteria, toxins, viruses, and other organisms/


Raising Healthy Kids in An Increasingly Unhealthy World With Moms : Angie Thomas Harper Guerra And Master Coordinator Barb Lagoni.

Vitamin D 3, Support for strong bones and teeth Supersafe: Naturally sweetened with xylitol, which does not promote cavities No artificial flavors, sweeteners, or preservatives Barb Shaklees INCREDIVITES Great Tasting, Kid Tested, and Kid Approved! All-natural tropical punch, grape, and berry flavors. Optiflora Probiotic System Restores beneficial micro-organisms to lower intestines – lost from antibiotics, diarrhea, chemotherapy, steroids, and other medications Keeps undesirable bacteria & yeasts in check/


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