Assignment: Severe Respiratory syndrome

Assignment: Severe Respiratory syndrome

Assignment: Severe Respiratory syndrome

Assignment: Severe Respiratory syndrome

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Choose one of the following infectious diseases and discuss the potential impact of the disease, pathogenesis, mechanism of transmission, and associated risks.Cholera
HIV/AIDS
Influenza
Marburg hemorrhagic fever
Severe acute respiratory syndrome
Smallpox
Differentiate among several types of shock: cardiogenic, hypovolemic, obstructive, distributive, and septic. Explain the pathophysiology of each.
Discuss the risks of morbidity and mortality and the preparation and prevention measures for one type of natural disaster
Explain how to set up for disaster closet in the emergency department. What items should it contain? Who should have access? Should it be locked? What type of drills should be conducted?
Elaborate on the pathophysiology of burns. Differentiate between first, second, and third degree burns. What are the potential complications of each?
Discuss the pathogenesis and progression of ebola. What safety concerns were addressed during the 2014 outbreak?
Professional Development

Write an essay on the following topic:

Traumatic Brain Injury
The essay should contain at least two scholarly sources in addition to the textbook. It should cover the following points:

Explain the pathophysiology of the disease
Discuss common clinical manifestations
List differential diagnoses
Determine which lab tests would confirm the diagnosis and expected results
Analyze a current protocol for treatment and discuss how the treatment works from the pathophysiological perspective

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