• Posted on 13 Oct 2016
    Ancient Nursing in India is the practice of care for medical patients in that nation. Its history indicates that the principles and practices of nursing are ancient. These Ancient Nursing in India practices are so clear Nursing in India, intelligent and scientific, that many of them might fit into any of the modern textbook….

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  • Posted on 13 Oct 2016
    Widely regarded as the nation’s largest health care profession, more than 2.7 million registered nurses work daily as patient advocates. Nursing Bureau’s Nurses operate within the front lines of responding to patient illnesses and conditions. The success of each nurse can be found not just in the care of their patients, but also in…

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  • Posted on 01 Oct 2016
    Swine influenza also called “swine flu,” is a contagious respiratory disease that affects pigs. Just like humans, pigs can get the flu. The swine flu can be passed from pig to pig by direct contact, indirect contact (e.g., a pig coming in contact with a surface that has the virus), or through tiny particles…

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  • Posted on 01 Oct 2016
    What is a hookworm infection?   Hookworms are parasites. This means they live off other living things. Hookworms affect your lungs and small intestine. Humans contract hookworms through roundworm eggs and larvae found in dirt contaminated by feces. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, hookworm infections occur in an estimated 576…

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  • Posted on 01 Oct 2016
    What Is Brucellosis?   Brucellosis is an infectious disease caused by a type ofbacteria called Brucella. Thebacteria can spread fromanimals to humans. There are several different strains of Brucella bacteria. Some types are seen in cows. Others occur in dogs, pigs, sheep, goats, and camels. Recently, scientists have seen new strains in the red…

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  • Posted on 30 Sep 2016
    Amoebiasis   Amobiasis is a parasitic infection of the intestines caused by the protozoan Entamoeba histolytica, or E. histolytica. The symptoms of amebiasis include loose stool, abdominal cramping, and stomach pain. However, most people with amebiasis won’t experience significant symptoms. Who Is at Risk for Amebiasis?   Amebiasis is common in tropical countries with…

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  • Posted on 29 Sep 2016
    What’s in a cough?   Generally speaking, coughing is perfectly normal. A cough can help to keep your throat clear from phlegm and other irritants. However, sustained coughing can also be symptomatic of a number of conditions. Irritants are substances in the air that irritate your throat or nasal passages and can cause coughing….

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  • Posted on 25 Sep 2016
    What Is Cholera?   Cholera is an infection of the small intestine and is caused by the bacterium Vibrio cholerae.Vibrio cholerae produces a toxin called ‘enterotoxin’ which causes the symptoms of cholera.   A type of cholera bacteria called El Tor biotype tends to cause milder disease than the classic biotype. In more than…

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  • Posted on 25 Sep 2016
    What is Diarrhoea?   Diarrhoea is the passage of loose or watery stools occurring three or more times in a 24-hour period. The three types of diarrhea are: acute diarrhea, persistent diarrhea, and dysentery. If an episode of diarrhoea lasts less than 14 days, it is acute diarrhea. Acute watery diarrhea causes dehydration and…

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  • Posted on 23 Sep 2016
    What is a leptospirosis?   Leptospirosis (also known as Weil’s disease) is a disease caused by bacteria (Leptospira interrogans) that produce a wide range of symptoms that may occur in two phases; some patients may develop kidney or liver failure, respiratory failure, meningitis, or even death. The disease is spread by the urine of…

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