How does infection spread in ambulance?
Answer . \nWhat is the BEST ANTIBIOTIC?!?!?!?!? Antibiotics treat infection and its just a matter of what you can and can't take (if you're allergic to penicillin, for example).\n. \nIt sounds like you're going to get some antibiotics from someone who isn't a dentist or doctor and "hope" that …helps. Don't do it. If the infection is so bad that it has spread, that's trouble. Secondly taking antibiotics will not make the impacted tooth suddenly go away. Make a dental appointment. Or if money is an issue, contact a dental school to see if you can get low-cost or no-cost treatment. \n. \n~ T ( Full Answer )
Answer . Yes, an infection can lead to an abscess which if left untreated can spread to to other parts of the body. If you have an infection rinse your mouth out with mild salt water several times a day and visit the dentist. Also check out this site for more information http://www.colgate.com/ap…p/Colgate/US/OC/Information/OralHealthBasics/EmergenciesInjuries/DentalEmergencies/Abscess.cvsp ( Full Answer )
Yes, I recently took my dog to the vet, and it turned out there was a staph infection in both of his ears.
Yes! As woman we are always taught to wipe from front to back, well guess what happens when you have a yeast infection? Also, if (man or woman) you have too much yeast in your body, your anus can get a yeast infection just from pooping. This is common when people have been on antibiotics for an e…xtended amount of time, diabetic, or from other immune weakened situations. ( Full Answer )
Answer . kISSING, DRINKING AFTER SOMEONE, USING SAME TOOTHBRUSH. ANYTIME A PERSON WITH STREP HAS A FEVER THEY SHOULD AVOID OTHERS. FEVER USUALLY LAST 2-3 DAYS AND SOMETIMES THERE IS NO FEVER.. Answer . you can get strep by kissing people that have it or drinking, eating, smoking after them
It depends on the specific infection. If this is a respiratory inefction, the risk is high. If this is a gastric infection, such as an H. Pylori infection, the risk is nil. The risk would be greater with those disorders that are caused by organisms transmitted through saliva.
I don't know if this is what you are lookding for but here is what happens with a bacteriophage (a virus that infects bacteria). In a lysogenic infection the bactierophage DNA will insert itself into the bacterial chromosome and may replicate with the bacterium for many generations. (inactive). Th…e bacteriohpage DNA can then exit the bacterial chromosome. If it does this then it can enter the LYTIC cycle. ( Full Answer )
Staphylococcal can be produced in improperly stored food and therefore cause food poisoning. Staphylococcus aureus can survive on dry surfaces making transmission chances higher. During the 1980s tampons allowed the rapid growth of S. aureus which released toxins that were absorbed into the bloodste…am. ( Full Answer )
the complement system includes about 20 plasma proteins that normally circulate in the blood. the complement system provides major protection for our body.
No, since their bodily fluids are not HIV positive. Shared needles, blood, and semen all can hold HIV if the person using them/having them was HIV positive. Then How did the first person ever infected get it? Are you saying that a few people in Africa got bitten by bats and thoses few people had… sex and passed it on and so on and so on till it got to people all over the world? The question is: Is the only way to get aids, is through sharing(sex/needles) of blood/fluid from an infected person? If my partner has a cut on their genitals and I get that blood in me (and neither of us have HIV or Aids) then it's ok right? ( Full Answer )
Answer . Yes, an untreated infection can spread out beyond your mouth. It can not only reach your brain, but other parts of your body as well.. An infection spreads through blood vessels, which go through your whole body. It can easily reach organs that have high blood flow, like your heart, you…r lungs and your brain. Untreated infections can also complicate certain desease such as diabetes. ( Full Answer )
Peoplekeep telling you to wash you hands to prevent picking up diseasesfrom objects that are contaminated. But how do they becomecontaminated? They become contaminated through a process calledshedding. Viralshedding refers to the successful reproduction, expulsion, andhost-cell infection caused by …virus progeny. Once replication hasbeen completed and the host cell is exhausted of all resources inmaking viral progeny, the viruses begin to leave the cell. Theterm is used to refer to shedding from a single cell, shedding fromone part of the body into another part of the body, and sheddingfrom bodies into the environment where the viruses may infect otherbodies. The same term "shedding" applies to bacterial shedding butthe process is different. Thevirus or bacteria could be in the skin being shed, in the feces,urine, any infected mucous (vaginal, sweat, saliva, tears, nasal,pus from sores) hair, lungs - coughing etc. Whereever the shedvirus or bacteria happens to be such such as in the air through acough or where it touches down it has the potential to infectsomeone else depending on the life span of what has been shed. Insome cases it can be for days such as in c.difficile. This couldpotentially be dangerous to everyone but especially the immunesuppressed, very young and aged. Thehands are the usual transfer agent of these viruses or bacteriathat cause illness. When a person is very ill the toilet, sink andtub should be sterilized after each use (spray bottle with a bleachmixture will do in most cases), paper towels should be used to dryhands and then thrown away directly into a plastic bag. Towels andbedding should be washed in hot water and bleached, personalclothing especially underwear should be washed separately fromother family members clothing and bleached. Regular hand washing isabsolutely necessary for everyone but especially on the part ofcare-givers and those that are ill. Thorough cleaning of thebathrooms, kitchens, fridges, the bedroom after a serious illnessshould take place to prevent reinfection. Dishes should always bewashed in a dishwasher or with hot soapy water and rinsed withbleach in the water. Sterilize toothbrushes daily. Avoid touchingyour eyes - disease spreads easily through the eyes. Cover yourmouth when coughing! Peoplewho are severely ill should self-isolate to avoid spreading theillness especially when there are superbugs such as MRSA and VRE.There are some untreatable forms of bacteria now, one of them beinga type of tuberculosis. Most importantly stay away from publicpools, restaurants, places where many people congregate until youare well. Commonly shed viruses easily transferred from one person to anotherare cold & flu viruses, chickenpox, Hepatitis A&B,mononucleosis, herpes simplex A&B, herpes zoster (shingles),mumps, Norwalk virus, papilloma virus, polo virus, smallpox,pseudomonas, monkey viruses, viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus,staph and strep.| A fewof the commonly shed bacteria are escheria (virus of the intestinesE.coli most common), plague, salmonella, typhoid fever, botulism,cholera, dysentery, Legionnaires Disease, Swimmer's Ear, pink eye.Athlete's Foot and Ringworm are fungi that are easily transmittedfrom person to person. Additionally parasitic and protozoa infections can be spreadbetween humans. A few include giardia, amoebiasis,cryptosporidiosis, worms, crabs, scabies, lice, bedbugs. Eventhough you may be taking antibiotics or think you have recoveredfrom a serious viral illness in some cases you are still infectiousfor days and in some cases weeks afterward even though you appearto be well. Togive you an idea of how much shedding occurs studies have show thatstaff who are working in an operating room shed about 10,000 skincells per minute, of which it is estimated 10% carry bacterial clusters. Keep in mind that staff inoperating rooms are clean and covered with masks, gloves, longpants, etc. and they are not allowed to work if ill. ( Full Answer )
My dog is 13 and has a bladder infection, with Kidney stones. He has never pottied in the house. I put down pads for him to go on and there is blood in his urine. I took him to the Vets and he is on meds for the past month. My question is, can a human get the same infection from a dog? I woke up and… found lots of blood on the toilet paper. No blood in the toilet. I am 66 have not had a period in 35 years due to a hysterectomy. Even my husband was shocked at the amount. Went to the doctor immediately. She gave me meds. Said, I did have a lot of blood show up on the urine test. After I wiped in her office. More blood. Could this have been contagious from my dog since I clean up his pads and such? ( Full Answer )
Airborne is the #1 way it is spread along with contact. If an infected individual coughs into their hand and touches something and then you touch it.....but by domeone coughing without covering their mouth can send infected particles into the air and can be ingested by another individual. These part…icles can be sent several feet away when an individual coughs without covering their mouth. ( Full Answer )
Through a variety of ways including but not limited to : skin-to-skin contact (such as in sports like wrestling), obtaining from a non-living vector (such as a wrestling mat), sharing of personal property in an unclean environment (such as a towel in a locker room), or not covering or treating an op…en wound. Also we carry MRSA in our noses. If one were too sneeze and you have cut you can receive MRSA. ( Full Answer )
It depends some have it for longer before it explodes but if you think you have it see a doctor right away!!!!
blood transfusions and sexual activity. some hepatitis can cause liver failure and other complications so be careful.
Yes a urinary tract infection can be passed on. Though it's not aSTD, it can cause your sexual partner infected. Thus, before andafter sexual intercourse, both of you need to wash your genitalareas. Commonly, uti can be cured radically by herbal medicinenamed Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill.
Money handling is the most common method of spreading infections.. You should wash you hands often and never put your fingers in any orifices, mouth, eyes, nose, or ears.
Absolutely! Mastoiditis is an inflammation of the mastoid bonedirectly caused by infections of the middle ear.
Bacterial vaginosis is not something that you can spread to yourspouse via sex. Bacterial STDs such as chlamydia and gonorrhea canspread to your spouse via sex.
Depends on the type of infection. Respiratory infections are spread through contact of respiratory particulates (breathing, coughing, sneezing and hand to hand contact), skin infections sometimes can be spread by direct contact (but often not). STDs are spread through sexual contact.
Yes; if it enters the blood stream this is called a systemic infection. Yeast infections (or any infection) can get into the blood stream through open wounds, micro tearing or by simply growing deep enough to penetrate partially through the skin. Once an infection goes systemic it can wreak ha…voc on internal organs and/or cause wide spread joint pain (often confused with arthritis) Systemic infections can contribute to kidney and liver stress (or failure), increase blood pressure and strain on the heart and weaken the body's immune defenses that protect against other diseases and virus. Side effects may include symptoms similar to the flu as well as headaches, body aches and additional side effects depending on which internal organs are under the most strain from the infection at any given time. ( Full Answer )
not washing your hands, not wearing PPE, not storing or cooking foods properly, not cleaning your surroundings, not covering your nose or mouth when sneezing or coughing.
Anyplace on your body when you can trap moisture and heat, is the perfect place for yeast to over-grow. When Candida's in your gut is out of balance, yeast can migrate out from the intestinal tract into the vagina and/or anywhere on the perineum (between the vagina and anus). No matter how often you… treat the vagina, it will continue to reoccur until you stop the source. In the intestines. ( Full Answer )
AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) is not contagious. AIDS is a diagnosis given to someone who is HIV+ and whose immune system is weakened to a state that makes them susceptible to opportunistic infections. HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is the virus that causes AIDS. It is not transmit…ted by touching an infected person. HIV is transmitted by contact with infected blood, semen, vaginal fluid or breast milk. It is 100% preventable and not transmitted through casual contact. ( Full Answer )
Sounds like you should ask a professional piercer and/or doctor. If you've got something scary going on, you should get it taken care of ASAP. Wikianswers is not the place to get a medical diagnosis or serious medical advice. It's POSSIBLe someone can give you a great answer, but why wouldn't you as…k a professional? ( Full Answer )
Yes. In fact, read the source to learn more about it ( I HONESTLY SUGGEST IT): http://www.natural-remedies-for-you.com/can-a-yeast-infection-spread.html
It depends on what infectious disease it is. Usually to avoid being infected get vaccinated and stay away from crowded areas
The NUMBER ONE most important measure of preventing and controlling the spread of infection is always washing your hands.
Depends on the density of the population in the area and weather (sometimes) and the how lethal the virus is. If a virus is dangerous enough to be called a pandemic, then it would have to have a good way of spreading like airborne or waterborne or carried by insects etc etc. MY OPINION is that if t…here were no cure for cold but people continued their normal lives, I am guessing that the whole US will get a case of cold in less than two years. ( Full Answer )
By treating it quickly and making sure your immune system is the best it can be.
Looking at it? Probably not.. but if you, for example, if someone rubs their infected eye, you shake hands with them and then rub your own eye, them it would spread.
Pseudomonas infections can be spread within hospitals by health care workers, medical equipment, sinks, disinfectant solutions, and food.
Most vaccines give you a mild case of the disease they are attempting to prevent but in a 'dead' state that generally does not allow the illness to become serious. Your body is then able to produce an abundance of antibodies that will be able to fight off a 'live' version of the virus should you eve…r come into contact with one. ( Full Answer )
Entry and exit from the isolation unit involves careful handwashing, use of protective barriers like gowns and gloves, and care not to introduce or remove potentially contaminated items
Hantaviruses are found without causing symptoms within various species of rodents and are passed to humans by exposure to the urine, feces, or saliva of those infected rodents
Vaccinate people and pets against diseases for which a vaccine is available. As of 2003, the vaccines used against infectious diseases are very safe compared to most drugs; Wash hands often; Cook food thoroughly.
Prostatitis is highly infectious. Prostatitis is caused by inflammation of the prostate gland by a variety of bacteria, mycoplasma, or Chlamydia. These bacteria and pathogen are highly contagious. Therefore, prostatitis itself is also highly infectious. The bacteria and pathogen could be easily pass…ed on to the wife via sex from the sick husband, thereby causing some female urinary and reproductive system disease. If the couples don't take treatment simultaneously, the condition will very possibly cause cross infection between the couples, and that is why prostatitis is prone to recurring. ( Full Answer )
It depends on which infection you are talking about, if you are talking about sexual infections the answer would be April Butler.
I would imagine the whole ear, and if an infection spreads from the throat to the ear, then you should really get that checked.
One of the main causes for ear infections is clogging the eustachian tube with mucous by blowing the nose too vigorously or by blocking a sneeze. If you have one infected ear, you will probably get it in both if you continue forcing mucous back up the eustachian tube of the other ear.
Some women cannot make choices about their health / most women cannot make decisions to use protection.
That is usually how someone gets a bacterial infection; it is spread from someone else.
HIV infected people can give the virus to other people even if they have not progressed to AIDS (have synptoms)
Due to cleanness is not a proper environment for proliferation of microorganisms on all places.
Ambulances are commonly staffed in two person crews. The type of licensure these people have depend on the type of ambulance they are operating in. There are two different types of ambulances: Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Life Support (ALS). A BLS truck is staffed with at least one EMT-Bas…ic or sometimes, an EMT-Advanced. The other crew member is either another EMT-B, EMT-A, or an Medical First Responder (MFR). A BLS truck is equipped to deal with most emergencies but will not have all the capabilities of an ALS truck. ALS trucks are staffed with at least one EMT-Paramedic, and either an EMT-B, EMT-A, or another EMT-P. These trucks and crew are trained in advanced methods such as cardiology and pharmacology and are able to do things like EKGs, start IVs and administer drugs, and intubate. An ambulance will always have at least an EMT-Basic, and most ambulances are ALS, meaning they have at least one Paramedic at all times. ( Full Answer )
The mouth contains a mixture of both good andbad bacteria, and those "bad" bacteria include the ones that causecavities and gum disease.
In order to be safe from infections and spreading infections, a person should not spend enormous amounts of time in a hospital unless necessary. It is also best to surround yourself with healthy people instead of sick people.
Amoebiasis is spread by infected and unclean hands, through flies, through contaminated water. Malaria is spread through infected mosquitoes.