Mode of transmission
Portal of entry
Blood pressure (BP) 92/52, pulse (P) 56 beats/min, respiratory rate (RR) 10 breaths/min, urine output 1200 mL in past 24 hours
BP 90/48, P 112 beats/min, RR 26 breaths/min, urine output 240 mL in past 24 hours
BP 112/64, P 98 beats/min, RR 18 breaths/min, urine output 2400 mL in past 24 hours
BP 152/90, P 52 beats/min, RR 12 breaths/min, urine output 4800 mL in past 24 hours
"When traveling outside of the country, I need to be sure that I receive appropriate vaccinations."
"Food and water supplies in foreign countries can contain microorganisms to which my body is not accustomed and has no resistance."
"If I don't feel sick, then I don't have to worry about transmitted diseases."
"I need to be sure to have good hygiene practices when traveling in crowded planes and trains."
Whether a patient has an infection.
Where an infection is located.
What cells are being utilized by the body to attack an infection.
What specific type of pathogen is causing an infection.