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Running head: CHICKENPOX 1 Chickenpox Nicole A. Suddeth HCA/240 11/6/2011 Axia College of University of Phoenix
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CHICKENPOX 2 Chickenpox The chickenpox also known as Laghu masurika and in medical terms it is called varicella. It is a very common disease that affects most children between the ages of one and ten. The chickenpox is so common that about four-fifths of the world population has suffered from it at one time of their lives or another. The inflammatory response of chickenpox kind of happens in stages. The initial symptoms are cold like. The person will have a runny nose or a stuffy nose, watery eyes, maybe a fever. Two or three days after that, a rash appears on the skin. To begin with the rash is pinkish, after one to two days the color deepens. Then blisters develop on the rash, which kind of look like pimples but they are filled with a fluid. Within another day or two the blisters become cloudy and start to flow out and the blisters start to crust. The initial blisters disappear in a couple days, and new appear. The blisters may continue for up to two weeks, in some cases it has stopped on the third day. Then when the chickenpox is subsiding, the blisters develop into scabs
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2011 for the course HCA 220 220 taught by Professor Sumpter during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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