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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The BUBONIC PLAGUEIt is contracted through the air and from fleasIt is diagnosed when medical staff sees the commonsymptoms who then take blood testsThe plague makes Patients develop sudden onset of fever, headache, chills, and weakness and one or more swollen, tender and painful lymph nodes (called buboes) (CDC)People with the disease experience a fever, headache, and chillsTo treat the plague patients are given antibioticsThe extermination of rodents can reduce the chance of reception Communicable Noncommunicable LUNG CANCERContracted: hereditarily or caused by tobacco/asbestosDiagnosis: ct scanEffects on the body: Swelling from the extreme over growth of cellsSymptoms: shortness of breath lung painblood expelled from lungs and swollen lymph nodesTreatment: chemotherapy, radiation therapy,targeted therapy, and surgeryPrevention: distance from tobacco,asbestos,and radon screenings in yourhouse EBOLAContraction: Contact with blood and other bodily fluidsDiagnosis: extensive blood testing andmonitoring over a 21 day periodEffect on the body: Hemorrhaging in blood cellsand various organsSymptoms: fever, diarrhea, headache, musclepain, unexplained hemorrhagingTreatment: Medical staff treat symptoms asthey appearPrevention: Safe burial practices, protective clothing,and avoiding "bush meat" (CDC 2014) FLUContraction: Via the air (coughing) up tosix feet awayDiagnosis: With a sample from the backof the throat used in certain lab testsEffects on the body: it is an upperrespiratory virus that irritates the lungsSymptoms: fever, vomiting, diarrhea, and stomach painTreatment: a period of antibioticsPrevention: vaccines and protective clothing PERTUSSIS (whooping cough)Contraction: When another personcoughs or sneezes within your vicinityDiagnosis:examination, swab, and a blood testEffects on the body:The bacteria clings to upper respiratory hairs and release toxins into the respiratory systemSymptoms: severe coughing, fatigue, and vomitingTreatment: antibioticsPrevention: vaccination
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