YELLOW FEVER

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YELLOW FEVER by Mind Map: YELLOW FEVER

1. "YELLOW PLAGUE"

1.1. 20-50% DEATH RATE

2. CAUSE:

2.1. FEMALE AEDES AEQYPTI MOSQUITO

2.1.1. TROPICAL SOUTH AMERICA

2.1.2. SUB SAHARAN AFRICA

2.1.3. INCUBATION PERIOD

2.1.3.1. 3-6 DAYS

2.1.3.2. NO SYMPTOMS

3. SEVERITY. S/S

3.1. ACUTE PHASE

3.1.1. HEADACHE

3.1.2. MUSCLE ACHES

3.1.3. LIGHT SENSITIVITY

3.1.4. NAUSEA/VOMITING

3.1.5. LOSS OF APPETITE

3.1.6. DIZZINESS

3.1.7. RED EYES/FACE/TONGUE

3.1.8. GONE IN DAYS

3.1.9. FEVER

3.1.9.1. RNA OF FLAVIVINES

3.2. TOXIC PHASE

3.2.1. DELIRIUM

3.2.2. SEIZURES/COMA

3.2.3. LIVER/RENAL FAILURE

3.2.4. DECREASE URINARY OUTPUT

3.2.5. ABDOMINAL PAIN/VOMITING

3.2.6. JAUNDICE

3.2.7. ACUTE SIGNS/SYMPTOMS

3.2.8. NOSE/EYE/MOUTH BLEEDS

3.2.9. BRADYCARDIA

3.2.10. ENCEPHALITIS

3.2.10.1. INFANTS/ELDERS

4. PREVENTION:

4.1. SKIN REPELENTS

4.2. PERMETRIN ON CLOTHES/GEAR

4.3. VACCINATIONS

4.3.1. 10 YEAR PROTECTION

4.3.2. SAFE FROM 9 MONTHS-60 YEARS

4.4. educated on importance of safety measures

4.4.1. having precautions decreases chance of obtaining virus

5. TESTS

5.1. BLOOD WORK

5.1.1. VIRUS

5.1.2. ANTIBODIES

6. WHO IT EFFECTS

6.1. HUMANS

6.1.1. TRAVELERS

6.2. MONKEYS

7. FAMILY

7.1. ZIKA VIRUS

7.2. DENGUE VIRUS

7.3. WEST NILE

7.4. CHIKUNGUNYA

8. EPIDEMICS

8.1. 1645

8.1.1. YUCATAN PENNSILVANIA

8.2. 1668-1699

8.2.1. NEW YORK

8.3. 1730

8.3.1. CADIZ, SPAIN

8.3.1.1. 2,200 DEAD

8.4. 1839-1860

8.4.1. NEW ORLEANS

8.4.1.1. 26,000 DEAD

8.5. 1906

8.5.1. CUBA

8.5.1.1. 85% INFECTED

8.6. 2013

8.6.1. 170,000 INFECTED/ 60,000 DEAD

9. PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

9.1. an arbovirus from the flaviviridae family and is a single, positive stranded, RNA virus. It consist of a lipid bilayer with an envelope glycoprotein and matrix protein. transferred to blood stream where it attacks other parts of the body

10. DIET

10.1. CAYENNE PEPPER

10.2. FENUGREEK SEEDS

10.3. DOGWOOD

10.4. WILLOW

10.5. FEVERWORT

10.6. GARLIC BULB

10.7. INCREASED FLUID

10.8. educated on maintaining a healthy diet

10.8.1. healthy meals will fighs against symptoms

11. PATIENT TEACHINGS

11.1. signs and symptoms

11.1.1. knowing what to look for will cue when a dr visit is needed

11.2. recognize possible causes

11.2.1. knowing the source causes an easier solution

11.3. keep track of symptoms

11.3.1. personal list of symptoms will assist dr

12. TRANSMISSION CYCLES

12.1. SYLVATIC

12.2. SAVANNAH

12.3. URBAN

13. ANCILLARY SERVICES

13.1. VACCINATIONS

13.2. MEDICATIONS FOR S/S

14. SPECIAL EQUIPMENT

14.1. "EYE" STRATEGY (ELIMINATE YELLOW FEVER EPIDEMIC)