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Stratford University Newborn Nightmare Activity Case Study 1 and 2

Stratford University

Question Description

Help me study for my Health & Medical class. I’m stuck and don’t understand.

Activity 1: Case of the Newborn Nightmare

Activity 2: Case Study: Campus Outbreak

Activity 3: Introduction to Project

Class discussion of what is expected from each part

Challenge, problem to be solved.

Project Assignment:

Teams work together to dissect the problem, identify roles on the team, and come up with a plan of action for completing the project throughout the term.

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Final Answer

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Running head: NEWBORN NIGHTMARE

1

NEWBORN NIGHTMARE
Name of student
Name of institution
Date

NEWBORN NIGHTMARE

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ACTIVITY I CASE STUDY

Within the clinic, Dr. Maddison is facing a difficult time since he is the only partner
physician left in the facility and taking all the responsibility in his hands. Additionally, despite
the daily routine that composes of roundups within the hospital, one of the nurses reports a
possible bacterial infection within the clinics' nursery and which has begun to spread quickly.
From the understanding of the description, the nurse views it as "skin eating bacteria." She also
mentions that it was continually spreading throughout the kids. The two twins and another baby,
and the situation is worsening each minute. Generally, this is the newest attention that the clinic
has, despite the continued threats from another clinic in closing them down and avoidance of
another media case through a pandemic.
From his description, there are higher chances that it might be the beginning of
necrotizing fasciitis of tabloid lore. The bacteria work by continued eating of the skin and which
destroys the different layers of the skin (Garg, 2019). Significantly, from the disease overview,
there is a higher chance that there would be possible continued spread as it moves fast and
creates more upper infections to people with a less more reliable immune system. The
description and different tests in the lab, there are higher chances that the primary cause of the
disease is a common bacteria. And which the lab has had c...

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Purdue University

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