Most of the cases of sleeping sickness are usually recorded in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Central African Republic, northern parts of Uganda, Sudan, Angola, Zambia, Uganda, Tanzania, and Malawi.
Emerging diseases refer to the newly identified pathogens that have been recognized in the past few decades that lead to a new manifestation of diseases.
In addition, they are the bearer of the extended sickness as well as the aggravated mortality rate that are a resultant of these diseases. The problem of drug resistance is increasing and has become widespread [...]
During the early stages of the disease, doctors usually investigate the early symptoms of the disease in order to confirm whether you have the disease but during the later stages of the disease, doctors usually [...]
This is because one of the main symptoms of the disease is the appearance of wounds in the mouth. From these statistics, it is easy to deduce the effect of the disease of humankind.
Lewis points out that, "HIV/AIDS has sabotaged all of the socioeconomic indices, and the continued damaging western policies in trade and aid and debt, serve to drive the nails into the coffins".
It is believed that clean food and water are essential to protect people from the disease outbreaks, and communities continue to invent new practices to eliminate the cholera threat.
A detailed description of a place where the disease is located allows one to understand its geography and focus on a particular area for the study to estimate the probability of contamination of different communities.
The groups of diseases presented in the article are zoonoses, which are the illnesses that can be transmitted between humans, animals, and the environments they share through food and water. The article provides information about [...]
This paper briefly discusses the agent and environmental characteristics of the disease, its signs, symptoms, and treatment, providing a basis for the public health nurse's clinical practice.
The major concern of the US healthcare sector is the gradual improvement of the health of the nation via the elimination of the main causes for the deterioration of people's state and education that might [...]
Due to an easy way of spreading and the gravity of the consequences, it is necessary to prevent the dissemination of tuberculosis.
The return of the incidence of measles requires an in-depth analysis of the causes that led to the new epidemic situation in the country and the role of epidemiology data quality in situation analysis and [...]
According to the speakers participating in the discussion within the Aspen Ideas Festival, the problem of infectious diseases is one of the main health and safety concerns of modern civilization.
The purpose of their descriptive and qualitative study was to focus on Norwegian healthcare workers' involvement in treating EVD patients in Sierra Leone.
As a part of them, TB tests, training for employees about tuberculosis and other infections, and HR policies should help to prevent such situations in the future.
An epidemic caused socioeconomic disruptions and resulted in the loss of many lives, which created a need to present more effective ways to prevent any outbreaks of the disease.
Nevertheless, access to health care and the quality of treatment are not the only factors contributing to the resurgence of TB. As compared to the worldwide statistics, the U.S.is not included in the list of [...]
The disparity of populations and countries with different developmental statuses implies the varying levels of exposure to health threats, one of the most dangerous of which is infectious diseases.
The establishment of trends in the epidemic process for the rapid introduction of adjustments helps optimize preventive and anti-epidemic measures alongside the evaluation of the effectiveness of the activities.
In recent years, basic epidemiological patterns have been observed in many parts of the world with political and economic instability, increased migration, and the implementation of irrigation measures.
To obtain a comprehensive picture of the issue, it is necessary to identify the main categories of the population at risk.
The outbreaks of infectious diseases present unwanted events that occur due to a combination of factors related to the environment, the affected populations, and causative agents.
The report aims to show that clinicians and nurses should discuss AIDS and associated risks with their patients to enhance individuals' health outcomes and eliminate the prevalence of the disease.
Firstly, it is necessary to understand the meaning of the term and the alterations that occur in one's body due to inflammation.
Ensuring the safety of public health is largely possible due to the development of epidemiology as the science involved in preventing and controlling the outbreaks of dangerous diseases.
As has been mentioned above, one of the peculiarities of the 2017-2018 outbreak was the duration of the investigation aimed at detecting the causes of the spread of the disease.
The present paper will discuss the role and responsibility of nurses working in primary care in recognizing and responding to the threat of the Zika virus.
Therefore, in the case of the analyzed outbreak of measles, the disease was spreading quickly in the conditions of the equatorial climate of Malaysia, and there could have been more cases of measles in the [...]
In the report, the general information about the illness is stated, as well as the history of the disease and its symptoms and signs.
These drugs are meant to stop the pathogenic action of various kinds of bacteria. They are used to stop the pathogenic action of viruses.
It is based on this that this paper will explore the administrative, technical, regulatory, and professional practices involved in reducing exposure to mosquito-borne diseases within the context of the urban populations of Houston, Texas, and [...]
The main aim of this paper is to propose a community health intervention program that is targeted at reducing the prevalence of sexually transmitted infections in Atlanta.
The validity of this statement can be illustrated, in regards to the fact that, as practice indicates, a good half of practicing Christians in the U.S.opposes the policy of vaccination.
One of the main reasons that lead to the discovery of vaccines was the smallpox epidemic over 160 years ago."Smallpox begins with a fever, nausea, and backache".
In particular, they knew that many of the patients had sexual intercourse with one another, but they could not explain why this disease was widespread in the gay community.
The writer has straightforwardly represented the data, there is a free and fair flow of ideas and one point leads to another.
In this regard, BRFSS is considered to be one of the most important tools for enhancing the understanding of the epidemiology and control of cancer/chronic diseases.
It is extremely important to learn about the early history of HIV/AIDS, since this knowledge can offer a clue to the problem of curing the disease or at least stop the rapid expansion of the [...]
It is still unknown which drugs will be used in the experiment but it is expected that researchers will agree on the matter during the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene conference that will [...]
However, a healthcare worker should convince such parents to have their children vaccinated so that they can have healthier lives in the future. This can lead to a remarkable increase in the number of children [...]
The lack of technical laboratories that can potentially manage the contaminated blood samples has greatly undermined the efforts to contain the spread of the disease.
According to the article, the government was also identifying new measures to treat every Ebola patient in the country. The American government was also undertaking new measures in order to deal with the disease.
One of the social effects of HIV/AIDS is that it causes stigmatization from members of the society. One of the long-term effects of children suffering from the disease include seclusion from the other children, which [...]
The 2009 Novel Influenza A pandemic brought to the forefront the critical issues of disaster preparedness and planning. The health administrators in Tennessee understood the value of cooperation by deploying the services of the Tennessee [...]
In this way, with the help of a cross-sectional study, professionals can minimalize the risk of students being afraid to reveal the fact that they smoke. In this way, the number of students who smoke [...]
The epidemiologic triangle can be extremely beneficial in this perspective, because it "is a model for explaining the organism causing the disease and the conditions that allow it to reproduce and spread". Anyway, the spread [...]
Despite multiple attempts to eliminate the most dangerous diseases and improve the epidemiologic situation, there are many illnesses or other health issues that deteriorate the health of the nation and result in the appearance of [...]
For example, the method of the time series models is significant for the prediction of epidemiological tendencies, as they use the historical data to detect the patterns of outbreaks.
Therefore, the article by Jit, Newall, and Beutels in which the authors analyze vaccination strategies and their cost-effectiveness is a significant contribution to the development of the policy aimed at decreasing flu outbreak. Jit et [...]
It was hard to predict and understand the behaviors of new people who were in need of help. The medical staff has to be trained in vaccination and the exchange of knowledge.
The seriousness of the problem is obvious, and it is necessary to work on the prevention of such statistics in the future.
Therefore, the rate attempts to portray a ratio of the number of cases to the total time that a population is at risk.
In particular, the statistics in the US are alarming, which urges the government to take serious measures to prevent the spread of the crisis.
The following is the explanation of each link involved in the chain of infection: Infectious agent. A host is the infectious chain link that acts as a receiver of an infection.
When investigating whether a disease is a cluster, a researcher should gather adequate information, which will help him/her to make a conclusion. When investigating whether a disease is an outbreak, a good researcher should gather [...]
That was meant to determine if the disease occurred in groups and the abnormality in the environment with higher rates of occurrences.
Although the results of the program are underway, identifying the epidemiology of the disease remains complex. However, there is increased knowledge of the wide distribution of the Aedes spp mosquito as a vector of the [...]
Drawing from this discussion, it is evident that the three main challenges include interethnic variability, lack of sufficient data, and the inability of the UAE to develop strong support for population-based epidemiological research.
Most commonly, three or four antibiotics are taken during the initial months of the treatment, and the number is decreased to two for the rest of the process.
The reason for this is that as the outbreak of the Ebola virus disease has shown, the continuation of the ongoing social and technological progress does not make humanity any less susceptible what can be [...]
Affecting large swaths of territory to the northern and southern parts of the country, the civil war led to the collapse of the nation's health infrastructure and the breakdown of health services in the country.
The instructions mentioned above can also be used for the development of the business as owners can increase the number of goods or introduce products associated with the illness.
Naturally, the problem could not remain unnoticed by the Centers for Disease Control: the Big Cities Health Coalition was formed to take measures regarding the virus and combat the consequences caused by it.
It is a measurement of the frequency with which a disease may occur in a certain population in a definite period of time. The example is the number of diabetes patients in a hospital divided [...]
The spread of the epidemic of influenza is primarily promoted by a decrease in the immunity of the children of large cities.
The virus of malaria is one of the most common fatal health issues present in the poorest regions of Africa. The implementation of this strategy will let people know what places have to be avoided [...]
This led to the formation of a commission that interviewed various stakeholders in the ministry of agriculture to investigate what happened that led to the indiscriminate spread of the foot and mouth disease.
For instance, societal and public health professionals can gather information about the issue they consider to be critical for the population.
One of the main characteristics of epidemiology is a distribution that is focused on the variation of health issues and their outcomes.
A histological analysis of SARS will be developed to clarify the main signs and symptoms of the disease, its epidemiology and etiology, the histological changes, and the existing treatments.
1952 the first recorded outbreak of the disease in the region of southern Tanzania. 2013-2015 first reported cases in the Americas.
The investigation of a chronicle of the events that led to such an outcome should help to clarify the main reasons and comprehend the peculiarities of the case to avoid similar situations in the future.
This high level of casualty is a result of inequality in the access to health care services, poor service delivery in the health care industry due to underfinancing, poor allocation of health care resources that [...]
Thus, the research became the breakthrough of the year as it shifted the previous misconceptions about HIV/AIDS prevention by proving the effectiveness of ARVs in reducing transmission.
The quantity of instances that show that the occurrence of an outbreak depends on the present agent of an infection, the size of the population that has been affected by the infection, previous instances of [...]
According to a report by the Center for Disease Control, the first case of the disease was noticed one week after the pilgrims came back from the Hajj.
Drawing from a study by Ngatchou, the choice of the word human is linked to the fact that the virus only causes disease in human beings.
With reference to the United States, the main objective of this paper is to analyze the country's medical, institutions, and cultural responses to the threat of Ebola.
The level of awareness about sexually transmitted diseases among people is higher compared to that of tuberculosis, owing to the fact the risk factors of the latter are hard to identify. The risk population of [...]
Virus type A is mainly hosted by the aquatic birds, and their transmission might result in devastating epidemics among the poultry, thus increasing the vulnerability of the people to the infection.
According to McBride and Fielding, most of the protein functions of the genome products of the virus have been elucidated and are well known.
On the outside, the virus is covered by a helical capsid that has a diameter of between 40-50nm and cross-striations measuring 5nm. Transmission normally occurs at the late stage of the disease or following the [...]
The disease is also believed to have come to Europe from the black mice that were often seen on the merchants' boats.
Politics and the securitization of the threat of the Ebola virus have influenced responses in different ways. When villagers feared that government and healthcare workers were part of the Ebola epidemic, they undermined all efforts [...]
This is one of the pitfalls that should be avoided because it can result in many violent conflicts. This is one of the details that can be identified.
Ebola is a viral disease that attacks all the cells of the body in a systematic process starting with the white blood cells.
The United States The prevalence rate of tuberculosis in the United States is the lowest when compared to the prevalence rates in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia.
A flu pandemic can be controlled through four steps that would be aimed at reducing the rate of spread of the disease and reducing its impact on the community.
The critical rationale for diagnostic criteria is that it facilitates the establishment of the threshold for diagnosis of an ailment in those circumstances where the symptoms of the disease manifest themselves.
The staff areas of the hotels are also required to be given special emphasizes in order protect the environment from contagious viruses like Norwalk. Hotel operators are also required to be concerned about the serving [...]
There is a need to address the issue of zoonotic diseases in order to avoid the emergence of deadly diseases that may put lives of people in the society at risk.
This article is aimed at discussing the way in which U.S.healthcare organizations can respond to the threat of Ebola epidemic in the country.
This article is aimed at examining the efforts of the American government to overcome the effects of the Ebola epidemic. In particular, the Department of Defense intends to send more troops to West Africa in [...]
Paucity of data has affected the capability of global health policy makers to prepare for the Ebola contagion. In the near future, it is likely to extend to other parts of the world.
While the CDC has provided the future possible projections for Ebola, the WHO as acted an authoritative source by providing data which the global health community and other stakeholders depend on for updates and situation [...]
Gates Foundation The main objective of the Gates Foundation is "to reduce the incidence of HIV infection and extend the lives of people living with HIV".
The chosen program offers a number of changes that can be used to decrease the speed of spreading dengue fever and help people to define the most appropriate treatment and preventive methods.
This is one of the challenges that should be considered. This is one of the hypotheses that should be tested.
The stakeholders include the South African government, the Anglo American employees, the populations of surrounding communities, families of employees, the Global Council on HIV/AIDS, The National Union of Mineworkers, pharmaceutical companies and other multinational companies [...]
Although a strong immune system can contain the pathogen, in an immunosuppressed individual, the MTB is capable of multiplying and rupturing the host's macrophages, resulting in the destruction of the body's primary line of defense [...]
It has been crucial in terms of enhancing techniques of the methodology that are utilized in the processes used in studies carried out in issues concerned with public health, as well as, offering solutions to [...]
Second, the shift should also be introduced to the employment environment with regard to the duties of health care professionals during pandemic.
A synthesis of experimental results in which biopsy specimens were used to develop the argument against the use of DDT on the premise that chronic exposure of the highly lipid and carcinogenic DDT and its [...]
The parties in command of the response to the outbreak, as well as the coordination of activities of the various state and local agencies are some of the issues addressed in this scenario.
The first strategy will entail community needs assessment and diagnosis of HIV to ascertain the extent of infection and provide a backdrop to the work plan on how to approach the issue.
This is a programme plan for controlling the TB epidemic in Swaziland as one of the developing countries with highest prevalence of TB infections in the world.
Following the foregoing discussions, it is notable that one of the major factors contributing to the prevalence of high rates of nosocomial infections in developing countries is poor infection prevention practices.
During this time most of the countries that were affected by the HIV AIDS started to battle the spread of HIV. Education is a vital component in the fight to prevent transmission of HIV and [...]
It is important to note here that, although the whole of Africa has felt the impact of the pandemic, sub-Saharan Africa is the most affected; something that results either due to ignorance or due to [...]
More specifically, the activities of GHAIN and HALT AIDS, both civil societies as per the definition given by the commission, and working to some extent in collaboration with the government to alleviate the HIV / [...]
This negative side of the warfare led to the re-interpretation of human security on the onset of the Cold War that ushered in the second phase of the human security approach.
The protozoan thrives in the gut of the fly and spread when the sand fly bites humans. This has affected the distribution of the sand fly species in the country.
It is also training, collecting, and disseminating the health related pieces of information to the Floridians and visitors thus empowering the society.
The use of condom has been proposed as an effective way of curbing the spread of the disease. This discourages the use of condoms.
The above aspects account for some of the factors that led to the DDT ban in countering the spread of malaria.
It was reported that the population of some birds in certain parts of the United States had reduced. Their activities led to the establishment of the Environmental Protection Agency in the United States.
This study investigates the use of vitamin D for the deterrence and cure of tuberculosis and other contagious infections. The unearthing of vitamin D as a therapeutic agent begins with the detection of rickets as [...]
Even though the disease was first noticed in the earlier years of the 1980s, it was news to the country of Papua New Guinea till in the year 1987 when the first case of AIDS [...]
This case study analyses the relationship between malaria and agriculture and some of the measures which have been put in place to lower the occurrence of the disease.