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PLTW MI Smith Family Tree End of the year project

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Christopher Egland

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Smith Family Tree:
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Blood Type: O+
Slightly overweight
Works as a Dental Hygienist
At risk for developing breast cancer
Had blood tested to be a possible donor for Diana Jones
Judy Smith
Diagnosed with Breast cancer in her 40s
Diagnosed with breast cancer when middle aged.
Diagnosed with breast cancer at 35
Osteosarcoma
Broken ankle when 11
Mild Asthma
Bacterial meningitis
Medical History:
Medical Interventions:
vaccinations when an infant
Diagnostic tests to diagnose her bacterial meningitis
Took ibuprofen for her headache when she had early symptoms of bacterial meningitis
ELISA testing
Antibiotics for bacterial meningitis
Visits with and audiologist to have her hearing checked
Medical History
Deaf
Medical Interventions
Does not use a cochlear implant
Age:
8 months
Medical History
Medical Interventions
Congenital deafness
Cochlear Implant
Medical Interventions
vaccinated as an infant
Medical Interventions:
Vaccinations
Got advice from a Genetic Counselor
Genetic testing to determine if he is NOT a carrier for the cystic fibrosis gene
Medical Interventions
Vaccinations
Got advice from a Genetic Counselor
Genetic testing to determine she is NOT a carrier of the cystic fibrosis gene
Medical Interventions:
Vaccinations
While pregnant, Judy underwent routine ultrasounds and amniocentesis
Chromosomal analysis of baby's genes
Gets regular checkups
Used marker analysis to determine that she inherited the BRCA2 gene mutation
Has routine cancer screening
Medical History:
Medical Interventions:
vaccinated as an infant
Various immageing technology do diagnose his osteosarcoma.
bone tumor biopsy
Chemotherapy
Pre-operative exam
Amputation
Prosthetic arm
Intravenous antibiotics to prevent infection
Physical rehabilitation with P.T. and O.T.
Post-operative chemotherapy treatment
Age:
16
Smoking for 30 years
Concerns regarding Lung cancer
Pneumonia
Medical History
Medical Interventions
Other information
DNA microarray
Other information:
Chris
5 months
Cystic Fibrosis
Precancerous cells in cervix
HPV infection
Medical History
Medical Interventions
Has precancerous cells removed with cryosurgery
Routine PAP smears
Diana Jones
Age:
Relation:
44
Sister of Judy Smith
Medical History:
Medical Interventions:
Diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at 24
Diagnosed with high blood pressure at 34
Has End Stage Renal Disease
Emily Jones
Age:
Relation:
20
Niece
Sarah Jones
Age:
Relation:
17
Niece
Jordan Jones
Age:
Relation:
14
Nephew
Other Information:
Blood Type: AB+
Junior at a community college
Had blood tested to be a possible donor for Diana Jones
Other Information:
Blood Type: O+
Junior in highschool
Had blood tested to be a possible donor for Diana Jones
Other Information:
Blood Type: AB+
Highschool freshman
Had blood tested to be a possible donor for Diana Jones
Other information:
Blood Type: A+
Chemical engineer at a pharmaceutical company
overweight
Now has diabetes and blood pressure under controll
ESRD rendered her unable to work for 3 months
Bob Jones
Relation:
Brother-in-law
Medical History:
Died of a heart attack
Insulin shots/insulin pump
Strict diet
Exercises regularly and lost 25 pounds
Dialysis treatment for 6 months
Kidney transplant surgery
Took anesthetics during the surgery to keep her unconscious during the procedure.
Taking immunosuppressive drugs to help prevent her immune system from rejecting the new kidney.
Bill
Medical History:
Relation:
Grandfather of Judy Smith
Laura
Relation:
Medical History:
Mother of Judy Smith
Joe
Relation:
Father of Judy Smith
Age:
Age:
James Smith
Jack
Relation:
Brother of Judy
Maria
Relation:
Niece
Jennifer
Relation:
Sister of Judy Smith
Medical History:
Sue Smith
Relation:
Daughter
Relation:
Son
Mike Smith
Carter Smith
Age:
Infant
Relation:
Son
John Smith
Relation:
Brother of James Smith
Juanita Smith
Relation:
Sister-in-law
Samantha Smith
Relation:
Niece
Sean Smith
Relation:
Brother of James Smith
Meg Smith
Relation:
Sister-in-law
Tyler Smith
Relation:
Nephew
Aaron Smith
Relation:
Brother of James
Gina Smith
Relation:
Sister-in-law
David
Relation:
Brother of Gina
Jackie
Relation:
Sister-in-law of Gina
Age:
Relation:
Nephew of Gina Smith
Medical History:
Louis
Relation:
Brother of Judy Smith
Other information:
Blood Type: A+
Had blood tested and became the kidney donor for Diana Jones
Other information:
Blood Type: A+
Had blood tested to be a possible donor for Diana Jones
Other information:
Blood Type: B+
Had blood tested to be a possible donor for Diana Jones
Medical Interventions:
Donated his kidney via a laparoscopic nephrectomy
Type 1 diabetes-The body produces little or no insulin. Treatment is insulin injections
A laparoscopic nephrectomy provides patients with a less invasive surgery method allowing for a shorter recovery time
Cryosurgery- the use of extreme cold to kill potentaly cancerous cells
Antibiotics are medications that work to disrupt the cellular processes of bacteria in order to kill them
Amniocentesis is a test in which a small amount of amniotic fluid is removed from the uterus for testing or treatment.
Chemotherapy - the administration of chemicals with the intention of killing rapidly reproducing cancer cells
A cochlear implant is a medical intervention that converts audio into electrical signals inorder to help with sensorineural hearing loss
Genetic testing examines your DNA to determine if you have a mutation that will lead you or your children to having a congenital disease
DNA microarray technology allows scientists to examine how active thousands of genes are at any given time.
Infants are susceptible to various diseases and should be vaccinated accordingly
Age:
18
Other Information:
Manages her asthma
On the soccer team
Had blood tested to be a possible donor for Diana Jones
Other information:
Researcher at a university
Married for 6 years
Other information:
Researcher at a university
Married for 6 years
Medical Interventions:
Vaccinations
Has routine cancer screening
Medical Interventions:
Vaccinations
Medical Interventions:
Vaccinations
Other information:
Age:
Infant
Has a vaccination card showing the vaccinations he will need until he is 18
Other information:
children are in his plans for the future
Other information:
Wants children
Other Information:
Wants to become a chef
Medical Interventions:
Chromosomal analysis before birth
Medical Interventions:
DNA sequencing determined that she had a BRCA2 mutation
Medical Interventions:
DNA sequencing- she posses the BRCA2 mutation
Other Information:
requires PAP smears to ensure the cancer has not returned
Documentation:
•Center, D. C. (2013, February). Vaccines for Your Children. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Retrieved from http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/parents/infants-toddlers.html
• James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute, J. H. M. (2013). Retrieved from http://urology.jhu.edu/MIS/lap_nephrectomy.php
•Mayo Clinic Staff. (2013, January). Type 1 Diabetes. Mayo Clinic. Retrieved from http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/type-1-diabetes/DS00329
• Mayo Clinic Staff. (2011, January). Genetic Testing. Mayo Clinic. Retrieved from http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/genetic-testing/MY00370
•Mayo Clinic Staff. (2012, October). Amniocentesis. Mayo Clinic. Retrieved from http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/amniocentesis/MY00155
•National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD). (2011, March). Cochlear Implants. Retrieved from http://www.nidcd.nih.gov/health/hearing/pages/coch.aspx
•National Cancer Institute. (n.d.). Questions and Answers about Chemotherapy. Retrieved from http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/coping/chemotherapy-and-you/page2
• National Cancer Institute. (n.d.). Cryosurgery in Cancer Treatment: Questions and Answers. Retrieved from http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/factsheet/Therapy/cryosurgery
• National Human Genome Research Institute. (2011, November) DNA Microarray Technology. Retrieved from http://www.genome.gov/10000533
•Nordqvist, C. (2009, April). What Are Antibiotics? Medical News Today. Retrieved from http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/10278.php
Louis
Diana Jones
Age:
44
By: Ryan Egland
Bibiliography
Project lead the way activity sheets (how would I cite those??)

Human Genome Research Institute. (n.d.). Genetic Testing: MedlinePlus. <i>U.S National Library of Medicine</i>. Retrieved June 15, 2014, from http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/genetictesting.html

Types of Hearing Loss. (n.d.). <i>Types of Hearing Loss</i>. Retrieved June 15, 2014, from http://www.asha.org/public/hearing/Types-of-Hearing-Loss/
Cryosurgery in Cancer Treatment. (n.d.). <i>National Cancer Institute</i>. Retrieved June 16, 2014, from http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/factsheet/Therapy/cryosurgery
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