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Brian illness

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Leslie De lira pinedo

on 14 February 2017

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Transcript of Brian illness

Vital Signs
Brian's Illness
Is the Pathogen Contagious or Infectious?
Staphylococcus is contagious.It is contagious because it lives in in many places.It also lives in your own skin.
Prevention
To prevent staphylococcus you have to wash your hands with soap and water and use hand sanitizer.
You also should take a shower every day and if your an athlete take a shower right after your game.
Brain's History
Brain is a 47 year old male who is at the emergency room after becoming violently ill within an hour of eating a ham sandwich at a company picnic. He reports that he began vomiting and then experienced diarrhea and abdominal cramping.
Temperature: 97.4 F
Blood Pressure: 120/85
Heart Rate: 72 BPM
How does the Pathogen enter the Body?
The pathogen enters your body when you get a cut and you don't cover it before the pathogen gets in.It also spreads when someone touches your infection.
Common Treatment Plan
The most important treatment is plenty of fluids. Medicines may be given to decrease vomiting and nausea.
Probable Pathogen
We think it is staphylococcus because the symptoms that the patient had match the symptoms of staphylococcus. We also think that our patient has staphylococcus because he got food poisoning 1 hour after he ate the ham sandwich at the picnic and staphylococcus onset time is 30 minutes to 8 hours.
By, Ingrid Duran, Leslie De Lira Pinedo
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