What is hemorrhagic jaundice?

Answer Hemorrhagic jaundice (leptospirosis) is a contagious bacterial infection caused by the Leptospira bacteria, which thrives in water that contains animal urine. Hemorrhagic jaundice can occur in both... Read More »

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What is the nursing intervention for patient with hemorrhagic disease of newborn?

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Late sign of hemorrhagic shock?

Decreased blood pressure, decreassed heart rate, decreassed respritory rate. Most likely at that stage it is irreversible.

How to Recognize Marburg Hemorrhagic Fever Symptoms?

The first people infected with Marburg Hemorrhagic fever had been exposed to African green monkeys.Marburg hemorrhagic fever is a very rare, but severe type of hemorrhagic fever that affects both h... Read More »

What is obstructive jaundice?

Obstructive jaundice occurs when the bile ducts leading from the liver into the upper intestine are blocked allowing for a buildup of bilirubin in the blood, which causes the yellowing of skin and ... Read More »