INTRODUCTION Poliomyelitis is often called polio, this polio is an acute infectious disease caused by a virus which can spread from person to person via the fecal- oral route. The term poliomyelitis means inflammation of the spinal cord of the grey matter. In severe poliomyelitis infection it can expand to the brainstem. Polio is so contagious that anyone living with a person that is recently affected can spread the virus for weeks in their feces. It invades the nervous system and spread within
Professor Notermann Exercise 1: Evaluate the human population growth rates of any DEVELOPING COUNTRY in the world. Do not use China or India. We have discussed these in class already. Look at Chapters 8 and 9 for the definition of a "developing country". Discuss the BR, fertility rates, migration patterns, DR, infant mortality, and any population dynamics. Venezuela is a South American country located at the northernmost end of the
LIBRARY WORKBOOK Exercises 1 – 4: Using the Library Catalogue: HAND THESE IN FOR MARKING – See module guide for assessment hand in date Note: Books other than those specifically mentioned may be used to help you to answer some of these questions. 1. Use the Keyword search on the catalogue to find books on ‘molecular cell biology’. How many results are there, how many of these are journals? Total library catalogue results for ‘molecular cell biology: 551 Total number of Journals: 25 2.
diseases. Dame Agnes Gwendoline Hunt is known as the pioneer of orthopedic units and dealt mainly with children and young adults and two diseases that happened in both the children and the young adults. These two diseases were tuberculosis and poliomyelitis. According to Harold Ellis, “Dame Agnes had long realized that crippled patients cannot readily travel long distances to attend out patients’.” Agnes Hunt paved the way for orthopedics and made a difference in this study of orthopedics by doing
Concept Test Map/Study Guide Test 2 will include chapters 36, 38, 49, 50, 53 To prepare for Test 2 please review the following: Communicable diseases (CH38) April 2 a. Stages * Invasion of organism * Incubation period * Prodromal period * Clinical manifestations (S/S) * Convalescent period * Return to wellness b. Immunities * Active immunity naturally acquired – already exposed
Do more, feel better, live longer GlaxoSmithKline Annual Report 2010 Contents Business review P08–P57 Governance and remuneration P58–P101 Financial statements P102–P191 Shareholder information P192–P212 Business review 2010 Performance overview Research and development Pipeline summary Products, competition and intellectual property Regulation Manufacturing and supply World market GSK sales performance Segment reviews Responsible business Financial review 2010 Financial position and resources