produce antibodies to help kill germs
whooping cough (pertussis) is a profoundly infectious respiratory tract disease. In numerous individuals, it's set apart by a serious problem occured in breath, that seems like "whoop." Before the antibody was created, whooping was viewed as an childhood disease.When anti-infection agents are begun later in the ailment, the harm from pertussis is now done and the cough will go on until the lungs mend. Pertussis microscopic organisms cease to exist normally following three weeks of coughing. Dr.RAVIKUMAR in hyderabad deals these problems more effectively and treats more efficiently at MAGNASV hospital.
Because they don't get the shot to stop it from infecting them.
If the cough has lasted more than 3 - 4 days and is deep within the chest please see your doctor. You don't want to get Bronchitis, Pneumonia or a sinus infection. Your doctor may prescribe something to keep the airways open and clear, but there is nothing to get rid of an actual cold. The natural source my grandmother brought my brother and I up on was Brandy (just a teaspoon when we were kids) with 2 tsps. of honey and boiling water and we'd sip on this. Keep the room cooler as warm to hot rooms can dry out the air. Keep yourself warm by wearing sweaters or cuddle up under a warm blanket. If you have no control over the heat then put bowls of water around (you'll be surprised at how quickly it evaporates) or if you can afford it get a humidifier. Sleep propped up a little so your sinus' don't drain down the back of your throat (this can cause a sore throat.) If your immune system is strong the immune system deals with the cold on it's own time.
Whooping cough is very dangerous for babies under 1 year, whooping cough also caused alot of deaths before there was medicine, today whooping cough is not so bad but it is bad for babies because they will not be able to breath and really they will die!
Its Most common hiding place is in the lungs.
This a disease and it was never invented. Outbreaks of the disease were first described in the 16th century. The bacteria that causes the infection was discovered in 1906. The vaccine became available in the 1940's.
B. pertussis is a small, aerobic gram-negative bacterial shaped rod.
you can get severe headaches from coughing so much
you can't breath,
you might want to go see a doctor immediately
signs of whooping cough are when you coughing so much that your throut fills with green mucus (seek medical attetion immedantly) not really this is all bull crap
The symptoms of Whooping Cough are as follows, runny nose, mild fever, mild cough and sneezing, these can be treated at the local hospital and doctors, depending on the age.
The research I have read indicates that if one person in the house has it, there is a 90% chance that the others will get it - but I do not know the liklihood of catching it whilst out it public (for example, whilst on public transport or in a shopping centre etc)
Lucy Jefferson, daughter of Tomas Jefferson, died of whopping cough.
Dangerous to the very elderly and children under 5
The most common victims are small children including babys, all the way up to kids the age of seven to eight. Very elderly are also a common victim.
Bordetella pertussis is easily transmitted by close contact when secretions are transmitted during talking, laughing, coughing, and sneezing (secretions by nose and throat). Whooping cough is a highly contagious disease characterised by paroxysms of coughing (five to twenty coughs are followed by forced inhalation). Virulent factors include pertussis toxin, hemolysin, adenylate cyclase (AC), and filamentous hemagglutinin (FHA)
possibly, a new 'version' of that viruse might come back and your body doesnt know how to fight it, so you may get sick again
Yes, it can - but not directly unless you have a bunch of other stuff wrong with you.
How it can kill you is by causing cells to die and creating food for other bugs which can cause pneumonia. Pneumonia will happily end your life if it has the chance.
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It is highly contagious - and it's coming back thanks to people not vaccinating their children! This is a disease that can kill, especially young children. However, it is easily prevented by the vaccine.
Incubation is the period for an egg to hatch and gestation is the period where the unborn is inside the body of the mother awaiting the time to be born.
yes very much so :)
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It really depends on how long the whooping cough goes untreated as to how much damage it does. With modern medicine, it is usually caught quickly, but sometimes it is misdiagnosed and slips by.
When left untreated it can cause a variety of problems, the main being a deep gasping cough.
After whooping cough has been treated and the patient is no longer infected, the cough can remain for many weeks after.
Whooping cough(or pertussis) is caused by a bacteria called Bordetella pertussis. When an infected person coughes or sneezes, the bacteria moves through the air. This is the reason Pertussis is an extremely contagious disease.
A person is contageous with Whooping cough (pertussis) for anywhere from 5 - 14 days during what is called the "catarrhal" stage. This is when you have a runny nose (generally with clear mucus), mild aches, sneezing, low-grade fever (perhaps) and other symptoms that appear to be like a cold.
Whooping cough has three stages: catarrhal, paroxysmal and recovery.
Antibiotics - if given during the first stage of the disease - help to more quickly reduce the impact of infection and reduce the period when you are infectious.
Once you get to the second state (violent coughing fits), your body will deal with the infection in its own good time and antibiotics do little good.
Recovery can take up to three to six months, or more, depending upon the severity of the disease and age. Relapses of coughing are common but tend to lessen in severity over time.