Death And High Birth Rates From Infectious Disease

880 WordsMay 2, 20164 Pages
In stage 1 farming was developed and there was high death and high birth rates due to epidemics diseases. In Stage 2 factories were developed and there are high birth and low death rates due public health development to cure disease for the infectious. Stage 3 is where the factories are industrialized and there is low birth and low death rates due to chronic disease. During the 1900’s majority of the younger children died from infectious disease rapidly, because lack of access to medication and vaccine. Children died in the comfort of their home surrounding with family members. Family members are able to witness death for the first time and the bodies are preserved at home. Death is shown in public to everyone. Families can make a ceremony for their loved one to say their last goodbye to each other. Now in the late 1900’s majority of older people died from chronic disease at a slower rate, because there is high advancement in the healthcare and medication systems. However, older people frequently died in the hospital surrounding with medical machines to increase life. Death is less visible to the public including family members and the bodies are preserved through embalming at the funeral home. Family members won’t get the opportunity to say their last goodbye before their loved one passed away in the hospital. Hospital sets a time period when a family member can visit their loved one which creates a disadvantages. When a person dies in the hospital the nurse notifies the
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