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Pneumonia: Meaning and Symptoms
 
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Pneumonia: Meaning and Symptoms What is pneumonia? Pneumonia is an infection in one or both lungs. It can be caused by bacteria, viruses, or fungi. Bacterial pneumonia is the most common type in adults. Pneumonia causes inflammation in the air sacs in your lungs, which are called alveoli. The alveoli fill with fluid or pus, making it difficult to breathe. Read on to learn more about pneumonia and how to treat it. Symptoms What are the symptoms of pneumonia? Pneumonia symptoms can be mild to life-threatening. The most common symptoms of pneumonia can include: coughing that may produce phlegm (mucus) fever, sweating, and chills shortness of breath chest pain Other symptoms can vary according to the cause and severity of the infection, as well as the age and general health of the individual. Symptoms by cause Viral pneumonia may start with flu-like symptoms, such as wheezing. A high fever may occur after 12–36 hours. Bacterial pneumonia may cause a fever as high as 105°F along with profuse sweating, bluish lips and nails, and confusion. Symptoms by age Children under 5 years of age may have fast breathing. Infants may vomit, lack energy, or have trouble drinking or eating. Older people may have a lower-than-normal body temperature. Is pneumonia contagious? Most kinds of pneumonia are contagious. Both viral and bacterial pneumonia can spread to others through inhalation of airborne droplets from a sneeze or cough. But while you can become infected with fungal pneumonia from the environment, it doesn’t spread from person to person. Risk factors Who is at risk of pneumonia? Anyone can get pneumonia, but certain people are at higher risk: infants from birth to age 2 years, and individuals ages 65 years or older people who have had a stroke, have problems swallowing, or are bedridden people with weakened immune systems because of disease or use of medications such as steroids or certain cancer drugs people who smoke, misuse certain types of illicit drugs, or drink excessive amounts of alcohol people with certain chronic medical conditions such as asthma, cystic fibrosis, diabetes, or heart failure How is pneumonia diagnosed? Your doctor will start by asking you questions about when your symptoms first appeared and about your medical history. They’ll also give you a physical exam. This will include listening to your lungs with a stethoscope for any abnormal sounds, such as crackling. Your doctor will also likely order a chest X-ray. Typically, pneumonia can be diagnosed with the physical exam and the chest X-ray. But depending on the severity of your symptoms and your risk of complications, your doctor may also order one or more of these tests: A blood test. This test can confirm an infection, but it may not be able to identify what’s causing it. A sputum test. This test can provide a sample from your lungs that may identify the cause of the infection. Pulse oximetry. An oxygen sensor placed on one of your fingers can indicate whether your lungs are moving enough oxygen through your bloodstream. A urine test. This test can identify the bacteria Streptococcus pneumoniae and Legionella pneumophila. A CT scan. This test provides a clearer and more detailed picture of your lungs. A fluid sample. If your doctor suspects there is fluid in the pleural space of your chest, they may take fluid using a needle placed between your ribs. This test can help identify the cause of your infection. A bronchoscopy. This test looks into the airways in your lungs. It does this using a camera on the end of a flexible tube that’s gently guided down your throat and into your lungs. Your doctor may do this test if your initial symptoms are severe, or if you’re hospitalized and your body is not responding well to antibiotics. How is pneumonia treated? Your treatment will depend on the type of pneumonia you have, how severe it is, and your general health. Prescribed treatment Antibiotic, antiviral, and antifungal drugs are used to treat pneumonia, depending on the specific cause of the condition. Most cases of bacterial pneumonia can be treated at home with oral antibiotics, and most people respond to the antibiotics in one to three days. Your doctor may also recommend over-the-counter (OTC) medication to relieve your pain and fever, as needed. These may include aspirin, ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin), and acetaminophen (Tylenol). Your doctor may also recommend cough medicine to calm your cough so you can rest. However, coughing helps remove fluid from your lungs, so you don’t want to eliminate it entirely. Home treatment
Pneumonia - Dr Kirthi Vidyasagar
 
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Pneumonia is a term used to define any infection of the lungs. Now, pneumonia can be caused by a virus which is one of the more common causes in children and a bacteria. There are some non-infective causes where pneumonia can result. It can be because of aspiration of vomit, foreign body, water from a pool during drowning or inhalation of irritant chemicals. In terms of symptoms, most bacterial and viral infections begin with an initial phase of runny nose, slight cough and fever. Now, as the infection traverses down the airway and reaches the lungs, it can cause some or all of the symptoms depending upon the extent of infection. There can be fever, which is typically high which we can see in bacterial infection. Cough which is productive, where the child is coughing like a lot of yellowish-green mucus, the child could be breathing fast and in the more severe cases, there can be an added effort to breathing, with retractions between the ribs or under the ribcage. There can be chest pain. If the lining of the lungs are involved, wherein the child will find it painful to take deep breaths and may be seen splinting to one side. Abdominal pain may be present, especially if the pneumonia is affecting a lower lobe of the lung. There can be loss of appetite and very ill children can be lethargic from the labored breathing and may have a bluish tinge to the nails and lips from low oxygen levels. Pneumonia can be diagnosed clinically by your doctor when a sound called as crackles or decreased breath sounds are heard over certain areas of the chest upon auscultation using a stethoscope. Your doctor may ask for an additional test to confirm the diagnosis such as a chest X-Ray, a blood test, a sputum for culture test, a pulse oximetry to assess the oxygen saturation level in the blood. In terms of treatment, the viral pneumonia gets better on its own with just supportive treatment, which is rest, plenty of fluids and close medical monitoring. Now, severe cases may require treatment with an antiviral. Bacterial pneumonia will require an oral antibiotic prescribed to the child by the doctor if the child is clinically stable. Now, hospitalization, intravenous antibiotics, intravenous fluids and oxygen via a facial mask may be required when the child is less than a year old or the child has a pre-existing lung condition, the child is not responding to oral antibiotics for more than 48 hours, the child is refusing food and drinks and appear dehydrated or the child is having labored breathing. Now, paracetamol is usually prescribed for the fever and the child is encouraged to cough and bring out the sputum. Now, in the case of aspiration of foreign body being the cause, it will require a consultation with a pediatric pulmonologist, who upon examination, will do the necessary means to treat it and remove the foreign body. Now, what can we do in terms of prevention? The pneumococcal vaccine which is now available, helps to fight one of the most common causes, rather, bacterial causes of pneumonia. Keep your child up to date with his or her vaccine shots as some of them help to prevent the other causes of pneumonia such as, HIB or Haemophilus Infuenza B vaccine, the measles vaccine, the chickenpox or varicella vaccine and the flu vaccine. Keep your kids healthy by ensuring they drink adequate fluids and eat healthy foods. Inculcate the habit of washing hands thoroughly and regularly in your kids and keep your kids away from secondary cigarette smoke. Team Ovum Hospitals
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How to Treat Gonorrhea (The Clap) | STDs
 
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Watch more Learn about STDs videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/498664-How-to-Treat-Gonorrhea-The-Clap-STDs Gonorrhea is a bacterial infection and as such is completely curable with antibiotics. Because it's often asymptomatic you can't always tell that you have it. In order to know that you have it you have to be tested so will you go to a medical provider, a family planning clinic and they will diagnose you with gonorrhea. And then they will prescribe an antibiotic. Antibiotics are very effective for curing gonorrhea. So you want to make sure however that you take the entire prescription of antibiotics. So they may prescribe for 10 days. You need to take it for all 10 days to in order to be sure that the bacterial infection is gone. If not you can still transmit, or you might still have the bacteria in your system and you can transmit it then to another partner. Often gonorrhea and chlamydia occur together. So if you are diagnosed for gonorrhea they will probably test you for chlamydia and they may prescribe an antibiotic for that. Usually it's the same antibiotic that will cure both of them. One very important thing to note is that although gonorrhea and chlamydia are completer curable with antibiotics, if left undiagnosed and untreated they can lead to infertility in both men and women. There are some strains of gonorrhea that might be a little bit more resistant to antibiotics so if your strain isn't responding to a certain antibiotic they might switch you over to another one. Again, really important that you take the entire course of medication and that you talk to your medical provider about any symptoms you might have.
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Empyema: Causes, Types, and Symptoms
 
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Empyema: Causes, Types, and Symptoms What is empyema? Empyema is also called pyothorax or purulent pleuritis. It’s a condition in which pus gathers in the area between the lungs and the inner surface of the chest wall. This area is known as the pleural space. Pus is a fluid that’s filled with immune cells, dead cells, and bacteria. Pus in the pleural space can’t be coughed out. Instead, it needs to be drained by a needle or surgery. Empyema usually develops after pneumonia, which is an infection of the lung tissue. Causes Empyema can develop after you have pneumonia. Many different types of bacteria may cause pneumonia, but the two most common are Streptococcus pneumoniae and Staphylococcus aureus. Occasionally, empyema may happen after you’ve had surgery on your chest. Medical instruments can transfer bacteria into your pleural cavity. The pleural space naturally has some fluid, but infection can cause fluid to build up faster than it can be absorbed. The fluid then becomes infected with the bacteria that caused the pneumonia or infection. The infected fluid thickens. It can cause the lining of your lungs and chest cavity to stick together and form pockets. This is called an empyema. Your lungs may not be able to inflate completely, which can lead to breathing difficulties. Conditions that put you at risk The biggest risk factor for empyema is having pneumonia. Empyema occurs most frequently in children and older adults. However, it’s fairly uncommon. In one study, it occurred in less than 1 percent of children with pneumonia. Having the following conditions can also increase your chances of empyema after pneumonia: bronchiectasis chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) rheumatoid arthritis alcoholism diabetes a weakened immune system surgery or recent trauma lung abscess Symptoms Empyema can be simple or complex. Simple empyema Simple empyema occurs in the early stages of the illness. A person has this type if the pus is free-flowing. The symptoms of simple empyema include: shortness of breath dry cough fever sweating chest pain when breathing that may be described as stabbing headache confusion loss of appetite Complex empyema Complex empyema occurs in the later stage of the illness. In complex empyema, the inflammation is more severe. Scar tissue may form and divide the chest cavity into smaller cavities. This is called loculation, and it’s more difficult to treat. If the infection continues to get worse, it can lead to the formation of a thick peel over the pleura, called a pleural peel. This peel prevents the lung from expanding. Surgery is required to fix it. Other symptoms in complex empyema include: difficulty breathing decreased breath sounds weight loss chest pain Complications In rare instances, a case of complex empyema can lead to more severe complications. These include sepsis and a collapsed lung, also called a pneumothorax. The symptoms of sepsis include: high fever chills rapid breathing fast heart rate low blood pressure A collapsed lung can cause sudden, sharp chest pain and shortness of breath that gets worse when coughing or breathing. These conditions can be fatal. If you have these symptoms, you should call 911 or have someone drive you to an emergency room. Diagnosing empyema A doctor may suspect empyema if you have pneumonia that isn’t responding to treatment. Your doctor will take a complete medical history and physical examination. They may use a stethoscope to listen for any abnormal sounds in your lungs. Your doctor will usually perform certain tests or procedures to confirm a diagnosis: Chest X-rays and CT scans will show whether or not there’s fluid in the pleural space. An ultrasound of the chest will show the amount of fluid and its exact location. Blood tests can help check your white blood cell count, look for the C-reactive protein, and identify the bacteria causing the infection. White cell count can be elevated when you have an infection. During a thoracentesis, a needle is inserted through the back of your ribcage into the pleural space to take a sample of fluid. The fluid is then analyzed under a microscope to look for bacteria, protein, and other cells. Treatment Treatment is aimed at removing the pus and fluid from the pleura and treating the infection. Antibiotics are used to treat the underlying infection. The specific type of antibiotic depends on what type of bacteria is causing the infection. The method used to drain the pus depends on the stage of the empyema. In simple cases, a needle can be inserted into the pleural space to drain the fluid. This is called percutaneous thoracentesis. In the later stages, or complex empyema, a drainage tube must be used to drain the pus. This procedure is usually performed under anesthesia in an operating room. There are different types of surgery for this:
What does diarrhea, cough & headache for 1 month not responding to antibiot - Dr. Sanjay Gupta
 
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It is very important to understand under what conditions the antibiotics were given. As per the question, if there are different conditions like headache, chest pain, cough and diarrhea, it indicates that we are going into different systems of the body which may or may not be correlated to the disease. There are diseases which manifest many systems. According to the question, whether the antibiotics are given giving the efficacy it is supposed to give. It is very difficult to answer which disease is being treated by the antibiotics. So of the person has got diarrhea, so the diarrhea can be the primary cause or it can be the side effect if the antibiotic or there is cough. Maybe the cough is a different symptoms pointing onto a difference in the diagnosis. Headache can have many various reasons related or not related to the disease. So the course of the antibiotics and the symptomatology needs patient evaluation, clinical examination needs maybe further diagnostics.
Antibiotics & your baby: what you need to know
 
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Dr. Martin Skidmore, a neonatologist in Sunnybrook’s NICU, explains what you need to know about antibiotics and your baby. For more information, visit: http://sunnybrook.ca/nicu This video was produced by the Digital & Visual Communication team at Sunnybrook: http://sunnybrook.ca/creative This video was supported by the Canadian Premature Babies Foundation's NICU Filmmakers' Challenge: http://cpbf-fbpc.org
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Educating Patients About Antibiotic Use
 
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This video features discussions between health care providers and patients on antibiotic resistance and the prudent use of antibiotics. For more information on Antibiotic Resistance, go to www.health.ny.gov/AntibioticResistance
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2018 NHSN Training - Antibiotic Stewardship
 
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Melinda Neuhauser provides a broad overview and national perspective on antibiotic use in inpatient settings, unintended consequences of antibiotic use, and antibiotic stewardship programs during the 2018 NHSN Training. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/CommentPolicy.html This video can also be viewed at https://www.cdc.gov/nhsn/lowres/2018/abx-stewardship.mp4
Ciprofloxacin: Antibiotic Used to Treat Typhoid Fever and other Bacterial Infections
 
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Source: https://www.medindia.net/ For more information, Please visit: https://www.medindia.net/doctors/drug_information/ciprofloxacin.htm Ciprofloxacin belongs to a class of antibiotics called fluoroquinolones. Ciprofloxacin is a second generation broad-spectrum antimicrobial agent that works by killing the bacteria which is responsible for causing the infection. Ciprofloxacin is prescribed to treat infectious diarrhea, typhoid fever, pneumonia, skin or soft tissue infections, bone and joint infections, intraabdominal infections, chronic bacterial prostatitis, anthrax, and endocarditis. Ciprofloxacin is also recommended to prevent or treat pneumonic plague, septicemic plague, ear infections, chancroid, tularemia, uncomplicated cervical and urethral gonorrhea. Patients started with intravenous therapy can be switched to tablet or suspension as advised by the physician. Dosage modification should be considered for patients with a kidney disorder. Please help us translate this video in your language to make it more universal and useful to your language community. We present useful and essential information on the drug ciprofloxacin that everyone should know when taking this drug. Use Medindia drug information to check drug to drug interactions if you are taking more than one drug. Share your comments if you are experiencing any unusual side effects
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Can people with diabetes take antibiotics ? | good Health for all
 
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Is cefuroxime useful in treatment of Typhoid? - Dr. Sharat Honnatti
 
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Treatment of typhoid, most of the time it is a oral antibiotic or a IV antibiotic or from a group of cephalosporins or the quinolones. Or most of the time if the condition is not severe your physician might prescribe you a oral cephalosporins which is a cefixime, a 3rd generation. Cefuroxime is a 2nd generation which might not be most of the time it is helpful. But cephalosporin group will be of very help and the quinolones.
Should I Take Antibiotics - Misuse of Antibiotics
 
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When you get sick or get an infection, it's because your body came into contact with something bad. This is when antibiotics come into the picture and if you're wondering if you should be taking them, here's what I think about it. Remember, healthy immune system is key to good health. Watch and Enjoy! Dr. Jason West HELP & RESOURCES: ======================== Ask Questions: Website: https://www.westcliniconline.com/ Testimonials: http://dailydosevitaminh.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thewestclinic/ Download Free Report: Call Us: 208-232-3216 (Mention that you found us on YouTube) MUSIC ======================== Track: LFZ - Echos (Meikal Remix) Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: https://youtu.be/nMldNLiYzGU Licensed under Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 ======================== Video by Nate Woodbury BeTheHeroStudios.com http://YouTube.com/NateWoodburyHero
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Ralph Isberg (Tufts U / HHMI) Part 1: What Distinguishes a Pathogen from a Non-Pathogen?
 
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http://www.ibiology.org/ibioseminars/ralph-isberg-part-1.html Talk Overview: Isberg begins by asking what distinguishes a pathogen from a non-pathogen? Our bodies are host to many microbes, most of which do not cause disease and many of which are beneficial. Occasionally, however, microbes do cause infection and disease. Pathogens such as Staphlococcus, Vibrio cholera and Mycobacterium tuberculosis differ from normal non-pathogenic microbes in that they cause damage to the host. This damage allows the pathogen to colonize novel sites, antagonizes the host immune response, and facilitates spread of the pathogen. Isberg explains that pathogens inflict damage on their hosts by secreting toxins that act on host cell membranes or translocate across the cell membrane and usurp normal cellular functions. He also reviews the ways that host immune phagocytes defend against pathogens. In his second talk, Isberg explains that pathogenic bacteria growing in tissues may form heterogeneous communities with bacteria expressing different protein profiles depending on their microenvironment. Using Yersinia pseudotuberculosis as a model system, Isberg and his colleagues studied gene expression patterns within bacterial colonies in the spleen. They found that expression of toxins and other virulence factors is influenced by cues such as proximity to host phagocytic cells or the concentration of secreted molecules such as NO. These results showed that only a subset of cells within a community of pathogenic bacteria need to express virulence factors. Speaker Biography: Ralph Isberg is professor of molecular biology and microbiology at Tufts University School of Medicine and an Investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Isberg’s lab strives to understand how pathogenic bacteria enter and grow within human cells, how they spread within the body and how they evade the immune system. The lab uses genetic and biochemical approaches to study these questions in the pathogenic bacteria Yersinia pseudotuberculosis and Legionella pneumophila. Isberg received his AB in chemistry from Oberlin College and his PhD in microbiology and molecular genetics from Harvard University. He was a post-doctoral fellow at Stanford University with Stanley Falkow when he identified the first gene shown to be responsible for the entry of bacteria into host cells. Isberg’s contributions to microbiology have been recognized by election to the American Academy of Microbiology and the U.S National Academy of Sciences.
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2018 NHSN Training - General NHSN Definitions for 2018
 
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Kathy Allen-Bridson presents on the 2018 changes to the general NHSN healthcare-associated infection surveillance definitions during the 2018 NHSN Training. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/CommentPolicy.html This video can also be viewed at https://www.cdc.gov/nhsn/lowres/2018/general-definitions.mp4
CRITICAL Disease - 1 hour Magic. Kidney Transplant, Corneal Transplant, Retinal Haemorrhage,Weakness
 
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This is a Critical case of Transplanted Kidney with Both Corneal Transplant with Severe Weakness with Pneumonia with RETINAL Haemorrhage with Loss of Appetite with Threat of Further Kidney Failure & Not responding to Antibiotics. See the magical transformation in just 1 day.
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How Typhoid Fever Affects the Body -- The Doctors
 
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Subscribe to The Doctors: http://bit.ly/SubscribeTheDrs LIKE us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/FacebookTheDoctors Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/TheDrsTwitter Follow us on Pinterest: http://bit.ly/PinterestTheDrs The Doctors are joined by Dr. Brad Spellberg, an infectious disease specialist from UCLA Medical Center, to discuss typhoid fever symptoms and prevention.
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How to recover from Typhoid fever fast
 
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Typhoid fever is bacterial disease and it is very important to proper diagnosis and vaccine and change your diet for One month for complete recover fast. Learn how to get rid from typhoid and make your intestines strong from this video and share to love ones who are suffering from typhoid. Treating typhoid quickly with natural treatment is very easy and affordable too. Antibiotic Medication and changing our lifestyle for some time will help you to recover faster. If typhoid is left untreated, it can develop complications like kidney stones, hair loss and GI tract ulcers and sometime gout and arthritis, so to avoid it treat fast typhoid. Natural treatment of typhoid are one of most effective was which not only used to curing typhoid fever but also help in preventing body from harmful bacteria which cause typhoid. Avoid milk contaminated water or food to get cure faster and get positive results. Heal your infection quickly by this video given methods which will give you relief rapidly.
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CDC media briefing on healthcare-associated infections, March 26, 2014
 
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On any given day, about 1 in 25 hospital patients has an infection caused by their medical care. One in every 9 patients who gets an infection will die during their hospitalization. Over the last several years, great progress has been made in preventing some infections, but more work needs to be done. CDC's goal is to eliminate all healthcare-associated infections. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/CommentPolicy.html This video can also be viewed at http://streaming.cdc.gov/vod.php?id=f397698ecc284f993f2bfc2fa2512acd20140328124346363
Clinical Applications and Strategies Using Procalcitonin (PCT) to Improve Patient Outcomes
 
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Presented by: Eric Gluck, M.D., J.D., FCCP, FCCM - Director of Critical Services Swedish Covenant Hospital Speaker Biography: Eric Howard Gluck, M.D. received his medical degree in medicine from New York Medical College in Valhalla, New York. He completed his residency at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City and a pulmonary fellowship at the University of Utah School of Medicine in Salt Lake City, Utah. He currently serves as the director of Critical Care Services and Chief Academic Officer at Swedish Covenant Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. In addition, Dr. Gluck is a Professor of Medicine at the Finch University of Health Sciences/The Chicago Medical School. Dr. Gluck is part of many professional societies. Most notably, he is a fellow of the Society of Critical Care Medicine, the American College of Chest Physicians, and the Chicago Institute of Medicine. He is a member of the American Thoracic Society, the Society of Sigma Xi, Alpha Omega Alpha, and the American Society of Law, Medicine, and Ethics. He has presented lectures and authored many peer reviewed articles and chapters in the field of pulmonary critical care and has been in practice for more than 20 years. More recently, Dr. Gluck has been leader at developing and implementation strategies at his institution to reduce the risk of sepsis in critically ill patients. Webinar: Clinical Applications and Strategies Using Procalcitonin (PCT) to Improve Patient Outcomes Abstract: Over 1.6 million people are diagnosed with sepsis in the U.S. each year1 and sepsis is the #1 cost of hospitalization (over $24 billion each year)1. Having a biomarker that can quickly identify sepsis is critical because mortality increases 8% every hour that treatment is delayed1. Procalcitonin (PCT) helps determine if the patient has a bacterial infection (sepsis), the severity of the infection and is the patient responding to therapy2. PCT is a more accurate diagnostic parameter for sepsis and a better predictor of mortality and a more reliable marker than other biomarkers3. PCT also provides clinicians a mechanism for antibiotic stewardship2. 1. Sepsis Alliance Website: http://www.sepsis.org/downloads/2017_sepsis_facts_media.pdf3 2. Thermo Scientific B-R-A-H-M-S PCT Improving infection management. 3. Shiferaw, et al. The Role of Procalcitonin as a Biomarker in Sepsis. J Infect Dis Epidemiology. 2016;2:006 Vol 2. Expected Outcomes: Understand the clinical utility of PCT. Incorporate PCT protocols as part of sepsis management. Demonstrate the impact PCT can have on clinical and financial outcomes SPONSORED BY: Abbott Earn PACE Credits: 1. Make sure you’re a registered member of LabRoots (https://www.labroots.com/ms/webinar/clinical-applications-strategies-using-procalcitonin-pct-improve-patient-outcomes) 2. Watch the webinar on YouTube or on the LabRoots Website (https://www.labroots.com/ms/webinar/clinical-applications-strategies-using-procalcitonin-pct-improve-patient-outcomes) 3. Click Here to get your PACE credits (Expiration date – November 01, 2019 09:00 AM) - http://www.labroots.com/credit/pace-credits/2561/third-party
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Dr. Dale Bredesen on Preventing and Reversing Alzheimer's Disease
 
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Dale E. Bredesen, M.D., is a professor of neurology at the Easton Laboratories for Neurodegenerative Disease Research at the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Dr. Bredesen's laboratory focuses on identifying and understanding basic mechanisms underlying the neurodegenerative process and the translation of this knowledge into effective treatments for Alzheimer's disease and other neurodegenerative conditions. He has collaborated on the publication of more than 220 academic research papers. His work has culminated in the development of a protocol called ReCODE – reversal of cognitive decline – currently used by over 3,000 patients with the goal of not just preventing, but reversing Alzheimer's disease and mild cognitive impairment. ▶︎ Get the episode's show notes and transcript. https://www.foundmyfitness.com/episodes/dale-bredesen ▶︎ Learn more about Dr. Bredesen's ReCODE protocol. https://www.ahnphealth.com/inform.html ▶︎ Get Dr. Bredesen's New York Times and Wallstreet Journal best selling book The End of Alzheimer's. https://amzn.to/2R9rfIn ▶︎ Did you enjoy this podcast? It was brought to you by people like you! Become a member of the community by supporting the podcast with your own pay-what-you-can subscription. https://www.foundmyfitness.com/crowdsponsor ▶︎ Submit your raw genetic data. You can find the APOE report at https://www.foundmyfitness.com/genetics.
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ASTHMA ATTACK...CURE..WITHOUT STEROIDS OXYGEN ANTIBIOTICS..DR VEENA JAIN  she was in hospital oxgen
 
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SHRI MAHARANI VEENA DEVI NATURAL THERAPY CHERITABLE TRUST HEALING PROCESS BRING MIRACLES DR.VEENA.JAIN IT'S PAINLESS TREATMENT....WITH SUJOK ACCUPRESSUSRE..MERIDIAN. NUTRITION DIET WITH WATER THERAPY ..
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Nita is sick and needs your help!
 
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Donate: http://www.ildoberescue.com/dobermans/nita/ Nita is a sweet Dobe pup who is fighting for her life. She was surrendered to a rural downstate shelter, who transferred her to us. Upon arrival at IDR+, it was immediately apparent she was very sick and needed urgent medical attention. We rushed her to our vet for chest x-rays, and those were very concerning. She was put on fluids and antibiotics, but the next day, the regular vet was worried that she needed oxygen and more aggressive treatment at a specialist to pull through this. At the specialist ER, Nita was put in the isolation ICU for aggressive treatment for very serious pneumonia. She is responding to oxygen and 24/7 TLC, but that's not a viable long-term plan. We are waiting for the tests for a variety of things that could be causing her to be THIS sick, and she needs to remain hospitalized until those results come in. Each day at the ER vet is over $1,000, and she has no chance to beat this without your help. Nita has a wonderful temperament, and if she pulls through will make a wonderful companion, but she is not out of the woods yet. She needs your help.
Which antibiotic is best for typhoid
 
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The Patriot Nurse and her newest video
 
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Please check out the Patriot Nurse, a fellow prepper. The video link is below. The Patriot nurses video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVs3STC1re0 Donate To Support The Channel Paypal Donation: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=BQNLEJKAFTGVQ Bryan P.O. Box 602 Pinetop Arizona, 85935 Ethereum Donation: 0x1562eB94C7BbF81b3a97E6ca8296C5cc3ddEa5d0 I buy silver from: www.jmbullion.com
Clinton and Trump give more details on their health
 
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트럼프 건강검진 결과 공개, 클린턴 폐렴 상태 양호 Turning to the U.S presidential race,... Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton's doctor says the nominee is healthy... and fit to serve as president. This follows the revelation that she was recently diagnosed with pneumonia. Clinton's personal physician said the candidate was diagnosed with mild, non-contagious bacterial pneumonia and is recovering well with antibiotics and rest. Concerns arose last weekend when Clinton collapsed at an event in New York City -- concerns which were compounded by a perceived lack of transparency regarding her health. Meanwhile Republican nominee Donald Trump, revealed more of his own medical records... in the form of a one-page physical exam report. Trump reportedly revealed it on Wednesday, while appearing in Dr. Mehmet Oz's TV talk show. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
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Dr. Ira Shah : Unusual Manifestations of Usual Infections
 
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Dr Ira Shah talks about Unusual manifestations of Usual Infections. Lecture starts with explanation about usual infections and unusual patterns and the reasons: Organism based factors, host factors, doctor factors, outcome of these unusual manifestations, what could be the cause of persistent fever, complications of Hib meningitis, what could be the cause of acute flaccid paralysis (AFP) in this child, what is the cause kind of unusual presentation, should antibiotics be changed, duration of fever in Hib meningitis, Prolonged fever, on examination cases of child, is this unusual manifestation of pulse polio, is this vaccination associated polio immunization, Polio virus eradication, how to diagnose enterovirus infection, what could be the cause of persistent fever, how should this child be treated, edema feet, pallor, hepatosplenomegaly, investigation, how to treat this child now and conclusion. It’s consists of four Case discussions on the topic. SUBSCRIBE TO YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/pediatriconcallvideo FOLLOW US ON: https://www.facebook.com/PediatricOncall/ https://twitter.com/pediatriconcall https://plus.google.com/+Pediatriconcall/posts Usual infections: An organism that has to cause certain infections in the manner that has been described in the literature, Unusual-deviation from the Unusual patterns: Disease not responding in the set time period, Meningitis that takes a longer time to respond, TB that is not responding to 1st line AKT in the intensive phase, an organism that is presenting with a weirder symptom, an organism that is not meant to cause a disease(UNUSUAL ORGANISMS). Why these unusual patterns: Complication of the disease, subdural empyema in a meningitis, Factors that predispose the infection to persist longer, CVC lines in hospital acquired infections, Proton pump inhibitors for fungal infections, Umbilical lines in NICU infections, improper treatment, Under dosing, wrong choice of antimicrobials Organism based factors: The bug is a resistant bug, drug resistant TB, MDR typhoid, ESBL carbapenem resistant infections, organism has become more virulent, dengue epidemics, H1N1-changing pattern Host factors: Patient in immunocompromised-uncommon infections become common, cryptosporidia in HIV, cryptococcal meningitis, toxoplasmosis, the usual organisms make take longer time to respond due to poor immunity, IRIS in HIV Paradoxical reactions in TB, host associated disease, renal stones-can lead to UTI due to proteus. Doctor factors: What the mind does not know, the eyes do not see, The ears do not hear, What the mind does not want to know the information may be serp citoibitna lanoitar ,nerdlihc detcefni VIH ni sixalyhporp HNI ,sixalyhporp evitneverP ,regnol emoceb yam noitarud tnemtaert ,sitigninem cinegoyp ni tnemtaert laciripme sa sniropsolahpec noitareneg dr3 ot nicymocnaV fo noitiddA ,egnahc yam stcetorp tnemtaerT :snoitatsefinam lausunu eseht fo emoctuO elbaliava ton llits tub ereht thgircribing, Hospital practices in ICUs change, Stricter monitoring for disease, immunized, started on ceftriaxone and dexamethasone. Complications of Hib meningitis: Subdural effusion or empyema, Ischemic or hemorrhagic cortical infarction, Cerebritis, Ventriculitis, Intracerebral abscess and hydrocephalus Conclusion: Most of the unusual manifestations are actually known manifestations are actually known manifestations of that infection.Awareness of the same is essential. Rational prescribing practices will prevent unusual complications.Mind must strive to know these unusual presentations. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Dr. Rakesh Kumar : About India's Vaccine Scenario | pediatric Oncall " https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVn6k5moI2s -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Amoxicillin diarrhea
 
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Bowtrol's all-natural formula helps calm and relax the digestive tract, eliminating feelings of urgency and diarrhea or constipation.
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Sepsis: Systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) to multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS)
 
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Created by Ian Mannarino. Watch the next lesson: https://www.khanacademy.org/test-prep/nclex-rn/rn-cardiovascular-diseases/rn-shock-2/v/septic-shock-pathophysiology-and-symptoms?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=Nclex-rn Missed the previous lesson? https://www.khanacademy.org/test-prep/nclex-rn/rn-cardiovascular-diseases/rn-shock-2/v/cardiogenic-shock?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=Nclex-rn NCLEX-RN on Khan Academy: A collection of questions from content covered on the NCLEX-RN. These questions are available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License (available at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/us/). About Khan Academy: Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. We tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more. Our math missions guide learners from kindergarten to calculus using state-of-the-art, adaptive technology that identifies strengths and learning gaps. We've also partnered with institutions like NASA, The Museum of Modern Art, The California Academy of Sciences, and MIT to offer specialized content. For free. For everyone. Forever. #YouCanLearnAnything Subscribe to Khan Academy’s NCLEX-RN channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDx5cTeADCvKWgF9x_Qjz3g?sub_confirmation=1 Subscribe to Khan Academy: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=khanacademy
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George H.W. Bush in stable condition in ICU - Pigeon Post News
 
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Pigeon Post News - George H.W. Bush in stable condition in ICU Subscribe for more: https://goo.gl/sA8MMQ Former President George H.W. Bush is in stable condition, and his wife, former first lady Barbara Bush has bronchitis, his spokesman said Wednesday. President Bush, 92, was admitted to the intensive care unit at Houston Methodist Hospital to address "an acute respiratory problem stemming from pneumonia. Doctors performed a procedure to protect and clear his airway that required sedation," his spokesman, Jim McGrath, said in a statement. By Wednesday evening, the former President was no longer sedated. He is in stable condition in the ICU and is conscious and engaged, McGrath said. He told CNN's Jamie Gangel that doctors wanted to keep President Bush in ICU for observation, because he's still intubated and their intention is to keep his airway open. President Bush was first hospitalized over the weekend suffering from shortness of breath and a cough and was treated with IV antibiotics. At first, McGrath reported that he was responding well to the drugs. But Wednesday, the 41st President's condition changed and he was admitted to the intensive care unit, sedated and intubated. "It's definitely very concerning," said Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN's chief medical correspondent, who noted that it is the first time President Bush has been intubated to protect his airway. "Certainly when someone is sedated, they're having trouble breathing on their own." Barbara Bush treated with antibiotics Barbara Bush also was admitted to the hospital Wednesday morning as a precaution after "experiencing fatigue and coughing," McGrath said in the same initial statement. McGrath said Wednesday evening the first lady has bronchitis, not pneumonia like her husband. She is being treated with antibiotics. All things considered, McGrath said, doctors are very encouraged with her situation. Bush, who served a single term as President from 1989 to 1993, was already not expected to attend the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump in Washington on Friday due to health concerns. Bush sent a letter to the President-elect on January 10, apologizing for missing the ceremony and saying that he and Barbara "wish you the very best as you begin this incredible journey of leading our great country." "My doctor says if I sit outside in January, it likely will put me six feet under. Same for Barbara," Bush wrote, in a letter first reported by ABC News. "So I guess we're stuck in Texas." Trump responded on Twitter Wednesday, wishing the Bushes a speedy recovery and thanking them for their note. "Looking forward to a speedy recovery for George and Barbara Bush, both hospitalized. Thank you for your wonderful letter!" he tweeted. President Barack Obama said at a White House news conference Wednesday his White House has been in touch with the Bush family. "They have not only dedicated their lives to this country, they have been a constant source of friendship and support and good counsel" over the years, Obama said. "They are as fine a couple as we know," he added, calling the Bushes "really good people." Former President Bill Clinton, also offered his best wishes to his predecessor on Twitter. "41 and Barbara—thinking about you both and sending wishes for a speedy recovery. Love, 42," he wrote. President Bush also received a "get well" video from actress Suzanne Somers and his face lit up, McGrath said. Previous health concerns Bush revealed several years ago that he suffered from a form of Parkinson's disease that left him unable to walk. He uses a wheelchair or a scooter to get around and had two other health scares in 2014 and 2015. In December 2014, he was hospitalized after experiencing shortness of breath, and the following July fell at his home in Kennebunkport, Maine, breaking the C2 vertebrae in his neck. The injury did not result in any neurological problems, his spokesman said at the time. CORRECTION: This story has been updated to accurately state the years George H.W. Bush served as president of the United States.
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Dr Sherri Tenpenny Shreds The Vaccine Industry (mirrored)
 
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Today I start with this interview from 2016 with Dr. Sherri Tenpenny on how she got started on her anti-vaccine mission. It began a long time ago. Did you know that insurance companies reward doctors with $$$ for keeping children on schedule? Wake up folks. Geoengineeringwatch.org Dane's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/danewigington More info on Dr. Tenpenny: http://vaccine-injury.info/tenpenny.cfm Disclaimers: FAIR USE NOTICE This video may contain copyrighted material; the use of which has not been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. We are making such material available for the purposes of criticism, comment, review and news reporting which constitute the 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 106 and 106A, the fair use of a copyrighted work for purposes such as criticism, comment, review and news reporting is not an infringement of copyright. DON'T HARASS/BULLY: This video is for educational, entertainment and social commentary purposes only. It is not intended to cause harassment. Do not contact or harass the creator of the video I’m responding to. The link is provided solely for copyright purposes. If you are the creator of the video and want the link removed email us at dntspk5@gmail.com. Donations can be sent here and they are MUCH appreciated! paypal.me/johnnystorm *New Podcast Location* Dont Speak Podcast on Anchor Patreon Account: http://patreon.com/dontspeak My Book on Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/780462 My book is on Amazon here: http://amzn.to/2HK7OAS Don’t Speak II Back Up: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC8vqWJ1jWO30n4RWqbAquA?view_as=subscriber
Views: 158 Don't Speak
BEYOND DEATH AND BACK
 
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Some people question what happens after Death? Answers tonight!!!!! call in 515-605-9327
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My Child Has a Fever What Should I Do? -Ask Your Pediatrician-
 
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Please LIKE,COMMENT,SHARE, or even FAVORITE if you found this video to be helpful. Thank you for watching another episode of - Ask Your Pediatrician- with Paul Thomas MD. FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Paulthomasmd/106480022715622?ref=hl TYLENOL, IBUPROFEN,MOTRIN DOSAGE: http://drpaul.md/images/Forms/Dosage%20Chart.pdf This video is about Fever - Ask Your Pediatrician, Dr Paul defines fever and tips on what to do. For a child with fever, look at your child, and if really ill - get your child seen especially if lethargic, in pain, struggling to breath or suffering. What is a fever ; 38.2 c or 100.4 f based on oral under the tongue temperature. After age 3 months -an axillary digital thermometer is best. For less than 2 - 3 months age, take a digital rectal temperature and if a real fever have your infant seen. Past age 2 - 3 months, if your child looks good, this is not an emergency even at 104f / 40c. Most common cause of fever - viral -like colds. If super hot (104 or 39 - 40) do a sponge bath with cool wet clothes, treat the fever - double check the dose - ibuprofen if over 6 months old, and acetaminophen if under 6 months. If you get your child's fever down and they still look very ill - have them seen. Dose sheets available at drpaul.md
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US POLITICS NEWS  | George H.W. Bush hospitalized in Houston with infection: family spokesman
 
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Former president George H.W. Bush has been hospitalized in Houston with an infection, just after attending the funeral of his wife, Barbara, a spokesman said Monday. Jim McGrath said on Twitter that the 93-year-old Bush is “responding to treatments and appears to be recovering.” He was admitted Sunday morning to Houston Methodist Hospital after an infection spread to his blood, McGrath said. Barbara Bush was laid to rest Saturday in a ceremony attended by her husband and former presidents Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, George W. Bush and their wives, along with current first lady Melania Trump. She was 92, and she and her husband had been married 73 years – the longest presidential marriage in U.S. history. The elder Bush uses a wheelchair and an electric scooter for mobility after developing a form of Parkinson’s disease, and he has needed hospital treatment several times in recent years for respiratory problems. He attended the funeral wearing a pair of knitted socks decorated in blue, red and yellow books – a tribute to his late wife’s work promoting literacy. McGrath wouldn’t elaborate Monday night on the specifics of Bush’s condition, saying additional updates would be issued “as events warrant.” But he said the 41st president was eager to get well so he can get to his summer home in Kennebunkport, Maine. “He’s the most goal-oriented person on this planet,” McGrath said. Their son, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, indicated during his eulogy Saturday that his father had been hospitalized recently at the same time Barbara Bush was in the hospital for the last time. Those hospitalizations were not publicly disclosed at the time. “I think Dad got sick on purpose so that he could be with her,” Jeb Bush said. First lady Melania Trump, who attended the funeral, sent her best wishes to the former president Monday evening. “Sending healing thoughts of strength, along with prayers, for President George HW Bush tonight,” Melania Trump tweeted. On Friday, during the public viewing of Barbara Bush’s casket, George H.W. Bush offered his hand to many of the around 2,500 people who walked through the church to pay their respects. A year ago this month, Bush spent two weeks in the hospital for treatment of pneumonia and chronic bronchitis, a constant irritation of the lining of tubes that carry air to one’s lungs. Bush’s doctors said chronic bronchitis is a condition more prevalent with age and can aggravate the symptoms of pneumonia. Bush was hospitalized for 16 days in January 2017 for pneumonia. During that hospital stay, which included time in intensive care, doctors inserted a breathing tube and connected him to a ventilator. He also was hospitalized in 2015 in Maine after falling at home and breaking a bone in his neck, and in December 2014 for about a week for shortness of breath. He spent Christmas 2012 in intensive care for a bronchitis-related cough and other issues. People in their 90s with Parkinson’s disease are often at higher risk of pneumonia and other infections because their swallowing process can be compromised, said Dr. David Reuben, professor of geriatric medicine at the UCLA medical school in Los Angeles. “And the stress of losing a loved one can weaken the immune system,” he said. Bacterial infections are treated with antibiotics, he said, while viral infections require other treatments. Infections that spread to the blood usually are not viral, however, he said. The prognosis for such a case would depend on a number of factors, including heart rate, blood pressure and oxygenation, Reuben said. “The more of these parameters are abnormal, the more serious the case is,” he said. George Herbert Walker Bush served as president from 1989 to 1993. Born June 12, 1924, in Milton, Massachusetts, Bush also served as a congressman, CIA director and Ronald Reagan’s vice-president. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Join the "30 Day English Listening Challenge" today: https://www.speakenglishwithvanessa.c... Download my free e-book: "5 Steps To Becoming A Confident English Speaker" http://www.speakenglishwithvanessa.co... --------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe and follow on social media! I'd love to meet you! YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/speakenglishw... Google+: https://plus.google.com/+TeacherVanessa/ Send us a postcard from your country: Vanessa Prothe PO Box 104 Asheville, NC 28802 USA
Views: 4 Ai Dung Bui
Infection
 
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Evolutionary biologist Professor Paul Ewald and clinical pathologist and microbiologist Dr Charles Stratton talk about the role of infection in chronic human illnesses e.g. cancer and autoimmune disorders. Professor Ewald shows that infection far outstrips genetic or environmental factors as a primary cause of disease. Dr Stratton introduces us to one of the nastiest germs on earth - the stealth pathogen Chlamydophila (Chlamydia) pneumoniae, or Cpn. We believe that stealth infections have played a major role in our own illnesses, chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. By treating these chronic infections, we've made amazing recoveries. Knowledge is power. We offer this research in the hope that people with chronic illnesses - from bedridden to painridden - may be empowered in their quest to get well.
Views: 1097 InfexionConnexion
If I Did It: CM Punk, Nick the Tooth, fainting Hillary
 
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Welcome to IF I DID IT where we analyze and solve PR kerfuffles from the world of MMA and beyond. This week we look at CM Punk, Nick the Tooth, Clinton passes out and more. This week's kerfuffles include: At 1:20 - You're WME-IMG. You inherited WWE superstar CM Punk's contract with the UFC. After witnessing his performance, or lack thereof, at UFC 203, media attention, and buy rates, you can do what thou wilt. Walk us through your PR analysis of his future with your newly acquired company. At 13:46 - You're former "Lookin' For A Fight" star Nick the Tooth. Your former co-star Matt Serra told Bruce Buffer on the "It's Time" podcast that you were extracted from the show after almost getting into a fist fight with your other co-star, UFC President Dana White over a tasing incident. Is "Looking for Viacom" a viable stop-gap measure for your career, or is it best to avoid absessive compulsion with the UFC's molar opposite? At 20:13 - You're Taylor Swift. After losing the PR battle against Kimye and gaining a MTV VMA ban by Beyonce, an Internet conspiracy has re-surfaced claiming you are a clone of Satanic leader Zeena LaVey, with whom you share a seemingly supernatural similitude. Is it time to resuscitate your career by dancing with the devil in the pale moonlight or will losing your well learned politesse lay your PR soul to waste? At 28:49 - You're Amy Schumer. When a Latino Twitter user put you and Lena Dunham on blast for participating in what Dunham admitted was a "violent history of the over-sexualization of black male bodies- as well as false accusations by white women towards black men" you tweeted and deleted, "How would you know? Statistically who is hollerin' at you in the street more, pa?" If white sheets are the new black in this age of outrage, why are you wearing yellow? At 35:13 - You're Univision. The Gawker Media Editorial Union "condemned" "in the strongest possible terms" your deletion of what they called "six true and accurate news stories" from their archive in an act of your new ownership. Can you explain the PR behind your decision and how to deal with theirs? At 43:22 - TEACHABLE MOMENT: You're Hillary Clinton. For weeks, your health has been questioned by right wing media members and the Trump campaign. You even joked on Jimmy Kimmel's show that it was a "wacky strategy". But during a September 11th ceremony last Sunday, you collapsed and blamed it on the heat. Only to finally admit you were diagnosed with pneumonia days before. Your doctor said you were "put on antibiotics, and advised to rest and modify (your) schedule." As a result, you've found it best to rest and canceled campaign commitments. What can we learn from your failure to fess up? At 52:06 - EUGENE'S LOST BATTALION Enjoy!
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Sepsis Guidelines and Evidence with Dr. Cavallazzi
 
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Dr. Rodrigo Cavallazzi discusses the bundles of care that have come out of the Surviving Sepsis guidelines as well as the recent evidence concerning "Early Goal Directed Therapy" pioneered by Dr. Rivers. He also discusses recent updates to the Surviving Sepsis guidelines and some nuances for patients not responding to initial therapies. Some items in this lecture may have come from the lecturer’s personal academic files or have been cited in-line or at the end of the lecture. For more information, see our citation page. Disclaimers ©2016 LouisvilleLectures.org Get CME Credit: https://cmetracker.net/ULOUCME/Login?formname=RegLoginLive&EventID=1275382 SUBSCRIBE to LOUISVILLE LECTURES: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbUJXnjWRGedNsMLqw-td9g?&ab_channel=UofLInternalMedicineLectureSeries VISIT OUR BLOG: http://www.louisvillelectures.org/ We can teach the world medicine. The Internal Medicine Lecture Series is a resident founded, resident run FOAMed (Free Open Access Medical Education) project by LouisvilleLectures.org, supported by the Internal Medicine Residency, Medicine Department and the University of Louisville. The content is free to all who wish to learn. For more information, visit our website below. Please view our full disclaimer on our website, as space limitations prohibit its posting here. All content is copyrighted by the University of Louisville.
Viral Infection treatment
 
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www.AcuPainTherapy.com A pregnant patient suffering from fever, common cold, sinusitis, bronchitis and respiratory infection. Cough was so intractable that she could not sleep at night.She tried every home remedy. It was not responding to antibiotics because of viral infection. She decided to try acupuncture treatment for cough and respiratory infection. One treatment of Dr Pardeshi Acupuncture relieved her complaints by 90%.
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US POLITICS NEWS  |George H.W. Bush hospitalized in Houston with infection: family spokesman
 
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Former president George H.W. Bush has been hospitalized in Houston with an infection, just after attending the funeral of his wife, Barbara, a spokesman said Monday. Jim McGrath said on Twitter that the 93-year-old Bush is “responding to treatments and appears to be recovering.” He was admitted Sunday morning to Houston Methodist Hospital after an infection spread to his blood, McGrath said. Barbara Bush was laid to rest Saturday in a ceremony attended by her husband and former presidents Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, George W. Bush and their wives, along with current first lady Melania Trump. She was 92, and she and her husband had been married 73 years – the longest presidential marriage in U.S. history. The elder Bush uses a wheelchair and an electric scooter for mobility after developing a form of Parkinson’s disease, and he has needed hospital treatment several times in recent years for respiratory problems. He attended the funeral wearing a pair of knitted socks decorated in blue, red and yellow books – a tribute to his late wife’s work promoting literacy. McGrath wouldn’t elaborate Monday night on the specifics of Bush’s condition, saying additional updates would be issued “as events warrant.” But he said the 41st president was eager to get well so he can get to his summer home in Kennebunkport, Maine. “He’s the most goal-oriented person on this planet,” McGrath said. Their son, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, indicated during his eulogy Saturday that his father had been hospitalized recently at the same time Barbara Bush was in the hospital for the last time. Those hospitalizations were not publicly disclosed at the time. “I think Dad got sick on purpose so that he could be with her,” Jeb Bush said. First lady Melania Trump, who attended the funeral, sent her best wishes to the former president Monday evening. “Sending healing thoughts of strength, along with prayers, for President George HW Bush tonight,” Melania Trump tweeted. On Friday, during the public viewing of Barbara Bush’s casket, George H.W. Bush offered his hand to many of the around 2,500 people who walked through the church to pay their respects. A year ago this month, Bush spent two weeks in the hospital for treatment of pneumonia and chronic bronchitis, a constant irritation of the lining of tubes that carry air to one’s lungs. Bush’s doctors said chronic bronchitis is a condition more prevalent with age and can aggravate the symptoms of pneumonia. Bush was hospitalized for 16 days in January 2017 for pneumonia. During that hospital stay, which included time in intensive care, doctors inserted a breathing tube and connected him to a ventilator. He also was hospitalized in 2015 in Maine after falling at home and breaking a bone in his neck, and in December 2014 for about a week for shortness of breath. He spent Christmas 2012 in intensive care for a bronchitis-related cough and other issues. People in their 90s with Parkinson’s disease are often at higher risk of pneumonia and other infections because their swallowing process can be compromised, said Dr. David Reuben, professor of geriatric medicine at the UCLA medical school in Los Angeles. “And the stress of losing a loved one can weaken the immune system,” he said. Bacterial infections are treated with antibiotics, he said, while viral infections require other treatments. Infections that spread to the blood usually are not viral, however, he said. The prognosis for such a case would depend on a number of factors, including heart rate, blood pressure and oxygenation, Reuben said. “The more of these parameters are abnormal, the more serious the case is,” he said. George Herbert Walker Bush served as president from 1989 to 1993. Born June 12, 1924, in Milton, Massachusetts, Bush also served as a congressman, CIA director and Ronald Reagan’s vice-president. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Join the "30 Day English Listening Challenge" today: https://www.speakenglishwithvanessa.c... Download my free e-book: "5 Steps To Becoming A Confident English Speaker" http://www.speakenglishwithvanessa.co... --------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe and follow on social media! I'd love to meet you! YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/speakenglishw... Google+: https://plus.google.com/+TeacherVanessa/ Send us a postcard from your country: Vanessa Prothe PO Box 104 Asheville, NC 28802 USA
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The White House Forum on Antibiotic Stewardship
 
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The White House hosts a forum with government, agricultural, and business leaders encouraging their industries to curb antibiotic use in food production and agriculture. June 2, 2015.
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Dilip Kumar returns home on his birthday - TOI
 
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Dilip Kumar returns home on his birthday Saira Banu gives us an update on Dilip Kumar's health Dilip Kumar who was hospitalised on Saturday night and diagnosed with bronchopneumonia, is responding well to treatment. Senior physician Dr. Jalil Parkar, who is treating the thespian, told Mirror, “On day one, he had cough, cold and breathing problems. But he is much better now. He is not in the ICU, he never was. We have put him in a VIP suite and we are giving him antibiotics intravenously.“ A much relieved Saira Banu informed that though he had been administered antibiotics orally while he was at home, the IV drip seems to have done him a lot of good. “Inshallah, he should be fine soon,“ she said. Udaya Tara Nayar, a family friend of the 91-year-old actor and the compiler of his autobiography, Dilip Kumar: The Substance and the Shadow, told Mirror that he had been unwell for the past couple of days, which Saira attributed to the change in weather. But when the cough and cold persisted, she shifted him to Lilavati hospital on the physician's advice and the 91-year-old was diagnosed with pneumonia. “His temperature was normal today and he seems much better. He smiled at me and said hello,“ Nayar said. “He is making good progress and we hope that he will be discharged in a couple of days." Click here to Subscribe to Times of India's YouTube Channel http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TimesOfIndiaChannel LIKE Times Of India's Page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TimesofIndia Follow Times Of India's Page in Twitter: https://twitter.com/timesofindia LIKE Times Of India Entertainment Page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TOIEntertain Follow Times Of India Entertainment Page on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TOIEntertain Circle Times Of India Entertainment Page on G+: https://plus.google.com/+TOIEntertainment
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Can Antibiotics Give You A Urinary Tract Infection?
 
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What are common antibiotics used to treat a urinary tract infection (uti)? Are there e. Jan 2017 if you've ever had a urinary tract infection, you know how painful and frustrating they can be, especially keep coming back. Most patients respond rapidly to antibiotic therapy and are unlikely have any other urinary tract the cause of most utis is bacteria that initially settle (colonise) 26 jun 2017 when bladder infections spread, they can also mid back pain. Antibiotics urinary tract infections 7 best ways to prevent them webmd. It is important that your urine be cultured before you are placed on antibiotics 4 answers posted in urinary tract infection, infections, doctor, burning answer most definitely, fact, many will cause yeast 20 sep 2016 a lower infection occurs when bacteria gets into the urethra and so can have treatment with intravenous (iv) for uti. Antibiotics for urinary tract infections (utis) webmd. Urinary tract infections (utis) causes, symptoms, treatments. Oral antibiotics are used to kill the bacteria that causing bladder infection. Uti symptoms while on antibiotics urinary tract infection (uti) managing side effects chemocare. Urinary tract infection causes, symptoms, and treatments. If you do not take all of your medicine as prescribed, the infection may return if you're a woman, chance getting urinary tract infection, or uti, is high; Some you'll be asked to give urine sample, which will tested for presence uti causing bacteria. Urinary tract infections (utis) you'll be asked about your symptoms and may need to give a urine sample 18 jan 2017 recurrent or long lasting kidney (chronic) can cause permanent heavy use of antibiotics (which disrupt the natural flora bowel urinary tract) infection depend on age, what you do at home help alleviate. Be sure to take all of the medicine your doctor gives you. Coli 5 may 2016 discover the signs of a uti and what to do if you have one. Coli bacteria cause the majority of utis, but many other bacteria, fungi, and 26 sep 2015 read patient information from medlineplus urinary tract infection in women self care. Very few antibiotic will help with urinary tract infection caused by certain strains of e. Take phenazopyridine for only 48 hours, and be aware it may cause your 5 a urinary tract infection, or uti, is an infection that can occur in both dysuria burning sharp, stabbing sensation with urination however, you do need antibiotics if have certain serious infections caused by bacteria the doctor knows what kinds of typically most cases pneumonia. Each time you or your child takes an antibiotic, the bacteria that 2 may 2012 there is also evidence genes give resistance to drugs are victoria, world describe a fairyland. Urine infection (uti) symptoms and treatment netdoctor. Can you skip antibiotics for urinary tract infection? Medicineneturinary infection coli that cause infections are now resistant to (uti) symptoms and treatments rxlist. Urinary tract infection in women self care medlineplus
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Love and a Cough
 
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Odie
 
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Odie was a stray picked up in Odessa, TX. He was terribly underweight. He made the journey to Arkansas where he was vaccinated and neutered. Odie got very sick about 2 weeks later and was diagnosed with aspirated pneumonia. He spent 3 weeks in the care of our vet, he just wasn't responding to treatment. After many tests and consults with specialist he was put on an antibiotic that he responded to. Odie got better, but then, began leaning to his left and then was not even able to stand. Back at the vet clinic, more tests, best determination is GME Grarnulomatous Meningoencephalitis, an inflammatory autoimmune disease of the central nervous system. Most likely this was all brought on by the malnourished state and his immune system was compromised and basically crashed. He is now on prednisone and is responding, but still has a long road to recovery. To help Odie, click here: https://poundwishes.com/donate/1572365/odie
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Drug Regimen Review Conducted with Follow-Up for Identified Issues
 
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This video from the July/August Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) Quality Reporting Program (QRP) Provider Training held July 31 and August 1, 2018, focuses on helping providers gain a working knowledge of N2001. Drug Regimen Review, N2003. Medication Follow-up, N2005. Medication Intervention, and how to complete these items on the Minimum Data Set (MDS) 3.0 Version 1.16.0.
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Sweet Frodo's last day
 
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Frodo is a Chinese crested. Frodo had fatal immunodeficiency, meaning he did not have a functional immune system. We had done everything we could for him and our vet agreed that the only measure of care left to us was to let him go peacefully to sleep. This is what Frodo sounded like, day and night and what told us it was time to let him go. He had developed pneumonia that was not responding to antibiotics on top of gut issues causing bloody diarrhea and high fever for the last 6 months. We will forever miss this little angel of a dog - as sick ad he was, he loved everyone. I have been told his breeder disagrees with my and my vets decision , hopefully she will change her mind when she sees this and know that it really was time to let him rest.
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Chest Infection Due To Sinusitis - FESS Operation for Sinusitis Dr Paulose FRCS (ENT)
 
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Itsy Miracle Baby Training Session - Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtle Bites Target
 
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Itsy a Kemp's ridley sea turtle that stranded as a hatchling missing her right front flipper from entanglement.. She was already a survivor but , she is truly a miracle! I have worked with sea turtles for 11 years and the most amazing thing happened with her. She had severe pneumonia when she arrived and she was on antibiotics to help her recover. It was August the 21st, I will never forget the day! I went to check on her and she was dead, she was not breathing or responding to touch, she was very cold and limp, she was a dead turtle. I jumped in the van still in my wet suit from the feeding program and another staff member was driving us to the Animal hospital while she lay in my lap along with praying for this not to be happening to my baby turtle, I started giving her mouth to snout. I did not know if it would work or not but I had to get her to breathe again. After about 5 minutes on the way to the vet my little lifeless turtle raised her little head up and gasped for air and came back to join us. No one could believe it, I left with a dead turtle and brought back a live one. I was so surprised and happy that we almost drove off the road, we could not believe the miracle we just witnessed! It feels great to still have Itsy a year after that happened and I am grateful to have been a part of it! It pretty cool to say you got to resuscitate the most endangered species of sea turtles. Mouth to snout works on sea turtles, just be sure and protect yourself with a mouth shield.
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A Microbial Culture Shift
 
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Principal Investigator Jennifer A. Dionne, Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering Co-Principal Investigators Niaz Banaei, Associate Professor of Pathology and Medicine Stefano Ermon, Assistant Professor of Computer Science Sanjiv Sam Gambhir, Professor of Radiology, and by courtesy, Bioengineering and Materials Science and Engineering Stefanie Jeffrey, Professor of Surgery and Chief of Surgical Oncology Research Manu Prakash, Assistant Professor of Bioengineering Sindy Tang, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Grand Challenge How do we achieve effective yet affordable healthcare everywhere? Abstract Bacterial infections such as meningitis, tuberculosis, and pneumonia may not often make headlines, but are responsible for more deaths than AIDS and many cancers and rank among the most expensive medical conditions to treat. Unfortunately, diagnosis can take days, even in state-of-the-art laboratories, increasing patient mortality and accelerating the spread of infectious disease. Such slow diagnostics also promotes the misuse of antibiotics, and consequently, the evolution of antibiotic-resistant pathogens. Here, we propose a new technology that uses direct optical characterization to rapidly detect and identify pathogens in whole blood. Unlike traditional culture-based methods, our technology promises to detect and identify a single bacterium in a large volume of whole-blood. To do so, our platform relies on Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering – inelastic photon scattering with single-molecule sensitivity enabled by metallic nanostructures. Because of the unique molecular structure of a pathogen’s cell membrane, each bacterial species has a specific SERS signature that can be used for identification. This SERS signature can also be used to monitor changes to cell membrane structure and cell viability upon antibiotic exposure, facilitating real-time antibiotic susceptibility testing. To enable sensitive and fast pathogen identification, we collect a blood sample, mix it with metallic nanoparticles, and then split the sample into microdroplets using inkjet-type biological printing. Each microdroplet contains one cell and a homogeneous dispersion of SERS-optimized nanoparticles. Once printed, a customized SERS scanner screens the microdroplet array for bacteria. Millions of droplets are simultaneously imaged while machine learning algorithms identify the presence or absence of bacteria, as well as the species, strain, and antibiotic susceptibility of the pathogen. Since our proposed technology does not rely on culturing, it reduces the time required for pathogen identification from days to minutes. It is also label-free and does not require cell-specific tagging; hence it can be generalized to all bacteria. Moreover, this assay relies on an easy-to-use automated printing-scanning platform that does not require specially trained personnel or advanced laboratory setups to operate. Thus, this platform can be deployed in both rural and urban clinics without significant financial and time overhead. Our interdisciplinary team, including investigators from the Schools of Engineering, Medicine, and Business, will develop the technology, conduct clinical trials, and deploy the assay to urban and rural clinics. We will also develop novel engineering and business strategies to keep costs low, distributing the economic impact between developed and developing nations. By democratizing fast, accurate pathogen diagnosis, our platform promises to reduce healthcare costs and improve millions of lives.
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