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Transcript of Cystic Fibrosis
-Affects all racial and ethnic groups
-BUT CF is most common among Caucasians
-Less common among those from African and Asian descent
-Diagnosed during newborn screenings or early childhood
-Pregnant women and their partners get testing to see if they are a carrier of the CFTR gene (need two CFTR genes to be diagnosed with CF) Who -Multi-system disease
-Affects mostly lungs and digestive system
-Affects ALL the bodies exocrine glands
-Also affects the pancreas, liver, and sex organs -Child's skin will taste salty
-Wheezing, coughing, and trouble breathing
-Bacteria found in airways
-Digestive problems (children will also tend to be smaller)
-Some develop diabetes
-Large stool with foul smell
-Reach puberty later than normal
-98% of men are infertile and most women have fertility problems -Build up of thick mucus; sever respiratory problems
-lung tissues become damaged and infections occur frequently
-Mucus builds up in the digestive track making it difficult to digest food
-All of this is due to the salt and water unbalanced in the exocrine glands making the mucus and sweat thick and sticky How+ Why -There is no cure for Cystic Fibrosis
-The only real preventability there is is to not conceive with someone who is a carrier of the CF gene if you are also a carrier
-Average life expectancy in Canada is now up to age 48
-CF patients are required to take many piles during meals
-Treatment plans are built specifically for each patient (factors to consider would be age, sex, severity of CF, etc) Preventability what + When Where Symptoms Bibliography Outline What Who+When Where Symptoms Preventability How+Why -What is Cystic Fibrosis? -Who gets Cystic Fibrosis and at what age? -Where in the body does it affect? -What are the symptoms of Cystic Fibrosis? -How does it happen and why does it happen? -What can you do to prevent it? -Most common genetic disease
-1 in every 3600 births in Canada have CF
-CF is inherited NOT cought
-An abnormal protein called CFTR is produced in the body (mutation)
-CFTR affects the way chloride moves in and out of cells (salt and water in the body are not balanced)
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