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Environmental and Global Health Issues
Pages 5 (1255 words)
Running Head: RESPIRTAORY DISTRESS: ANALYSIS OF SARS 1 Respiratory Distress: Analysis of SARS Name Class Date Respiratory Distress: Analysis of SARS Introduction The case of SARS is both a testament to modern technology in dealing with disease outbreaks and a case study on how easy it is for a disease to spread throughout the world where modern travel carries it easily from one site to the next.
Although the outbreak ended in 2003, the reoccurrence of the infection is possible because it is a cross species exposure that creates the introduction into the human population and there is little that can be done to fully protect against a new outbreak. Through protocols that provide for rapid information, reporting the illness and preventing its spread can now contribute to protecting the population. The following paper analyses the initial outbreak in 2002 and its spread throughout the world and then explores appropriate protocols for reporting a discovery of the illness within the community. In addition, information on addressing poor air quality environments for respiratory patients is explored to further the examination of influences on respiratory through poor air quality and the modification of treatment during these periods of time. Analysis The Outbreak The origin of the introduction of the illness into the human population was likely from a bat that interacted with an intermediary animal that was then sold in a Chinese food market. ...
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