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Paralysis Prezi

Also By: James Sunday, Ashley Fuentes, Niko Volinski, Nicholas Burman, and Savannah V. A.
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aakash govind

on 13 January 2016

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The Likelihood To Get Paralysis
The likelihood to have paralysis is very high according to cases in the United States between 2012 and 2015. Several of cases were reported and more than half of them were to due to a paralytic disease called, "Enterovirus D68". The average rate for a population in the U.S. to be paralytic is 12,000 a year. In 2020, there would be a probable outcome of 20,240,000 people to get paralysis.

Symptoms of Paralysis
Symptoms of paralysis are usually pretty easy to identify. You start getting muscle difficulty and it becomes hard to move your body. Tingling and numbing occur before total paralysis. It can affect your nerves and can cause you to lose control of your heart, lungs, glands, and intestine. This will remain throughout the time during paralysis.

You can also damage your spine by doing physical activities, which will result in paralysis also. (23% of cause)
Enterovirus D68
Broken Spine due to Sports
Polio
What are Some Things That Cause Paralysis ?
There are many ways to get paralysis and so the cases vary (This is also because there are many different types of paralysis). Some of the many ways to get it.
Such as gettings disease or having birth defects or even getting injuries. ( There are also some unknown reasons, but people develop it randomly, with no physical injuries or traumas).




What Paralysis Affects
Paralysis
By Aakash Govind(Signs of Paralysis), Nicholas Burman(Prediction), James Sunday ( Treatment), Ashley Fuentes (Body systems affected by Paralysis), Niko Volinski (Causes of Paralysis), Savannah Von Allgeier (Data)
Treatment
Partial paralysis: Treatments for paralysis can be physical therapy, occupational therapy, surgery, prescription medication,or a combination of them.

Permanent paralysis: This form of paralysis can't be cured but can be treated to make life easier and better physically and mentally.
There are still many cases like Polio or ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) out there in United States. (7% of cause)
Data
The two main organ systems that paralysis affects are the muscular and nervous systems.Paralysis affects your brain,spinal cord,the sensory organs,and muscles.And it affects the brain cells,nerve cells,and muscle cells.
The two greatest ways to get paralysis (to get paralyzed) is to have a stroke or attain a spinal injury, which makes the chances to get them very high.
A british man walks again after treatment from a doctor close to a cure for paralysis.
Symptoms of paralysis
Most Common Areas of Paralysis Cases:
Different surgeries are available for patients with paralysis.
- Head Trauma
- Brian Damage during Birth
- Spinal Injuries
Head trauma
Spinal Injury
Physical Ways To Get Paralysis
- Spina Bifida
Disease/ Disorders
Cerebral Palsy
- Diseases
- Friedreich's Ataxia
- Guillain Barre Syndrome
- Lyme Disease
- Motor Neuron Disease
There are at least 30.086 billion total in all of these focal regions in 2014. The average paralysis rate is 12%, at least 3,610,320 will be paralyzed with a certain Paralytic Case.
There are approximately 10,000 new cases of paralysis each year in the US alone. The average age of injury is 31.7 years old. Mortality rates are much higher during the first year of injury than during the following years, but the life expectancies for paralysis victims continue to rise. The leading causes of death for victims are pneumonia, pulmonary emboli and septicemia.

- Inflammation of Nerves (Multiple Sclerosis)
- Strokes
- Cancer
paralysis
causes
symptoms
treatments
history/data
prediction
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