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Whooping CoughSlide2

Whooping cough was discovered in 1906 by

two French

scientists and they found the

pertussis bacteria. 5,000 to 10,000 people died due to the whooping cough bacteria. Whooping cough now kills about 30 people n year due to us now having vaccines available to us.

What is the history of the disease, where was it fist discovered?Slide3

The

symptoms

are runny nose, mild fever,

dry coughing, etc. It seems like a typical cold but it could also be the whooping cough. In time the cough begins to be much more sever.What are the symptoms of the disease? How is it diagnosed? Slide4

A person gets the disease by being around a person who as the whooping cough.

I

f you have the vaccine there is a less possibility way to get the disease.

How does the person contract the disease?Slide5

The infection last about 2-4 weeks, the cough paroxysm can persists for several months. If the infection wasn’t treated on time it could possibly last a couple of months. The patient is contagious but it will not affect a person that has the whooping cough vaccine.

What is the prognosis for the patient?Slide6

Whooping cough is usually treated with antibiotics. Early treatment is very important so the disease wont get so serious.

How can the disease be treated or cured?Slide7

Whooping cough can be prevented by getting the whooping cough vaccine. For adults and older children they will have to take the

tdap

vaccine. And for children younger than 7 years of age they must take the

Dtap vaccine.How can the disease be prevented? Are there vaccines or antibiotics? Slide8

I guess it would be useful to find a cure that will stop it forever I guess we could do research and experiment to find a better cure. And there isn't really a good cure but there is a way to prevent it with the

Dtap

or the

Tdap vaccines.What is the future of this disease are we likely to ever cure it? Is the disease useful in some other way?Slide9

Jenny McCarthy got whooping cough. She didn’t really know until she got a check up and due to her late treatment her whooping cough lasted 72 day.

Interesting FactsSlide10

Word Bank:

DTap

vaccine,

tdap vaccine, antibiotics, runny nose, dry cough, mild fever, 5,000 to 10,000, 2-4 weeks,301.Adults and some children get them _____________ to prevent whooping cough, meanwhile children of age 7 and younger get the _______________.2.Some symptoms of whooping cough include __________,__________,__________.3.Whooping cough can usually be treated with ____________.4.Back then whooping cough killed about ______________ every year, now it’s reduced to _____ per year due to having vaccines available for us now.5.Whooping cough usually last about _____________ and it takes about 5 days for the antibiotics to take action. Whooping cough quizSlide11

Word Bank:

DTap

vaccine,

tdap vaccine, antibiotics, runny nose, dry cough, mild fever, 5,000 to 10,000, 2-4 weeks,301.Adults and some children get them Tdap Vaccine to prevent whooping cough, meanwhile children of age 7 and younger get the _______________.2.Some symptoms of whooping cough include __________,__________,__________.3.Whooping cough can usually be treated with ____________.4.Back then whooping cough killed about ______________ every year, now it’s reduced to _____ per year due to having vaccines available for us now.5.Whooping cough usually last about _____________ and it takes about 5 days for the antibiotics to take action.

Whooping cough quizSlide12

Word Bank:

DTap

vaccine,

tdap vaccine, antibiotics, runny nose, dry cough, mild fever, 5,000 to 10,000, 2-4 weeks,301.Adults and some children get them Tdap Vaccine to prevent whooping cough, meanwhile children of age 7 and younger get the Dtap Vaccine.2.Some symptoms of whooping cough include __________,__________,__________.3.Whooping cough can usually be treated with ____________.

4.Back then whooping cough killed about ______________ every year, now it’s reduced to _____ per year due to having vaccines available for us now.

5.Whooping cough usually last about _____________ and it takes about 5 days for the antibiotics to take action.

Whooping cough quizSlide13

Word Bank:

DTap

vaccine,

tdap vaccine, antibiotics, runny nose, dry cough, mild fever, 5,000 to 10,000, 2-4 weeks,301.Adults and some children get them Tdap Vaccine to prevent whooping cough, meanwhile children of age 7 and younger get the Dtap Vaccine.2.Some symptoms of whooping cough include

Runny nose, Mild fever, and dry cough.

3.Whooping cough can usually be treated with ____________.

4.Back then whooping cough killed about ______________ every year, now it’s reduced to _____ per year due to having vaccines available for us now.

5.Whooping cough usually last about _____________ and it takes about 5 days for the antibiotics to take action.

Whooping cough quizSlide14

Word Bank:

DTap

vaccine,

tdap vaccine, antibiotics, runny nose, dry cough, mild fever, 5,000 to 10,000, 2-4 weeks,301.Adults and some children get them Tdap Vaccine to prevent whooping cough, meanwhile children of age 7 and younger get the Dtap Vaccine.2.Some symptoms of whooping cough include

Runny

nose,mild

fever,and

dry cough.

3.Whooping cough can usually be treated

with

Antibiotics

4.Back then whooping cough killed about ______________ every year, now it’s reduced to _____ per year due to having vaccines available for us now.

5.Whooping cough usually last about _____________ and it takes about 5 days for the antibiotics to take action.

Whooping cough quizSlide15

Word Bank:

DTap

vaccine,

tdap vaccine, antibiotics, runny nose, dry cough, mild fever, 5,000 to 10,000, 2-4 weeks,301.Adults and some children get them Tdap Vacccine to prevent whooping cough, meanwhile children of age 7 and younger get the Dtap Vaccine.2.Some symptoms of whooping cough include Runny nose,mild fever, and dry cough.

3.Whooping cough can usually be treated with

antibiotics

.

4.Back then whooping cough killed about

5,000-10,000

every year, now it’s reduced to _____ per year due to having vaccines available for us now.

5.Whooping cough usually last about _____________ and it takes about 5 days for the antibiotics to take action.

Whooping cough quizSlide16

Word Bank:

DTap

vaccine,

tdap vaccine, antibiotics, runny nose, dry cough, mild fever, 5,000 to 10,000, 2-4 weeks,301.Adults and some children get them Tdap Vaccine to prevent whooping cough, meanwhile children of age 7 and younger get the Dtap Vaccine.2.Some symptoms of whooping cough include runny nose, mild fver, and dry cough.

3.Whooping cough can usually be treated with

antiobiotics

.

4.Back then whooping cough killed about

5,000-10,000

every year, now it’s reduced to

30

per year due to having vaccines available for us now.

5.Whooping cough usually last about _____________ and it takes about 5 days for the antibiotics to take action.

Whooping cough quizSlide17

Word Bank:

DTap

vaccine,

tdap vaccine, antibiotics, runny nose, dry cough, mild fever, 5,000 to 10,000, 2-4 weeks,301.Adults and some children get them Tdap Vaccine to prevent whooping cough, meanwhile children of age 7 and younger get the Dtap Vaccine.2.Some symptoms of whooping cough include runny nose, mild fver, and dry cough.3.Whooping cough can usually be treated with antiobiotics

.

4.Back then whooping cough killed about

5,000-10,000

every year, now it’s reduced to

30

per year due to having vaccines available for us now.

5.Whooping cough usually last about

2-4 weeks

.

and it takes about 5 days for the antibiotics to take action.

Whooping cough quiz

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