Answer: You can tell when your ear is infected if you are experiencing some of these- 1- Swelling- you will notice that one ear is a little bit bigger than the other ear, of if they are both swollen, you will notice they are bigger.
2- Pains- you will feel pains in your earlobe- (not stinging pains) if you move your earring
3- dried skin-you will notice dry skin around the hole of your earring
4- Reddish ears
And Lastly, Puss or watery stuff coming from your ears
Answer: The symptoms and treatment vary depending on the type of eye infection that you are suffering from. If you have concerns about your vision, it is important to see an eye doctor and make sure you receive treatment.
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Answer: Yes actually, i actually have a infected uvula right now! i went to the doctor and all they did was give me antibiotics. And its not as much the uvula but the throat infection spreading to the uvula.
Answer: No, but you may contract HIV from sharing needles and blody fluids. (kissing will not contract the virus.) Make sure when your dealing with a bleeding patient or person. Be careful to not let it hit any open wounds..
Answer: You give the antitetanus serum because it contains passive antibodies that can immediately start attacking any antigens if present. While that is going on, the body reacts to the toxoids injected into it by producing its own antibodies, this process is slow thus we need the antitetanus serum for immediate protection.
Answer: Either can be given to a 3 year old. The anti tetanus serum should be given if there is reason to believe the child has not been immunized against tetanus before and has been exposed. If the child has been immunized, and there is reason to believe that they have been infected, the toxoid should be administered.
Answer: generally a tetanus shot within 8-10 years should be sufficient. depending on how badly you cut your hand, you may want to seek treatment so that the cut can be irrigated and you can be given an antibiotic ointment to prevent other infections.
Answer: The best answer I have found relating to the "difference" between toxoid and anti serum or anti toxin revolves more around the reason for application. While both may give the same result, the reason for application of each is quite different.Toxoids are given with a view to preventing or avoiding infection. Anti-toxins and Anti-serums are given in medical emergency when it might otherwise be too late to save a life. So, Toxoid to avoid or Anti-toxin in need of quick fixin!Harvey
Answer: no.. when you get a vaccine it gives you a little bit of the bacteria from the disease so your body builds an immunity to it. So no, the tetanus vaccine DOES NOT kill tetanus organisms, but deposits tetanus into your body! sounds crazy right?
Answer: When we increase the stimulation frequency until the relaxation phase is eliminated. This event occurs very quick so the sarcoplasmic reticulum does not have time to reclaim the calcium ions. This calcium ion concentration in the cytoplasm couse continuous contraction of the muscle so complete tetanus occurs. Made by Barracuda