Theory Ambientalista

Al. (2009), the signals and symptoms are insidiosos. The fever low is present, as well as persistent cough, sudorese nocturnal, fatigue and loss of weight. The cough can in such a way be unproductive how much with escarro mucopurulento. HINRICHSEN et. Al. (2005) it relates that the complications most frequent due to tuberculosis are hemoptise, hemotrax and empiema pleural.

When it has fngica settling in the great sockets as in the superior wolves, the formation of micetomas occurs that they provoke great hemoptises. 6. Diagnosis Still according to HINRICHSEN, the diagnosis is made becoming fullfilled the isolation of the M. tuberculosis. Escarro for baciloscopia is collected, initially three samples (per the morning, before the verbal hygiene) per three days consecutive.

This escarro is corado by the method of Ziehl-Neelsen for direct research of alcohol-acid-resistant bacilli (BAAR). The culture for the bacillus is an efficient method for the diagnosis of the tuberculosis. The pulmonary bipsia the open sky or the videotoracoscopia is behaviors of exception, only used when other methods had not been efficient. The PPD, or tuberculneo test, is a carried through cutaneous test with the injection of the tuberculina. According to SMELTZER (2009), the cutaneous reaction is one ppula similar to the urticria. The reaction to the test happens when the indurao (enrijecimento) and eritema are gifts. 7. Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis As SMELTZER et. Al. (2009), the TB is dealt with antituberculosos quimioterpicos agents por6 a12 months. The therapy includes four medicines of first line: INH, rifampicina, pirazinamida and etambutol. Medicines you add include other aminoglicosdeos, quinolonas, medicamentosas rifabutina, clofazimina and combinations. SAINTS (2008) stand out that an individual is considered not infectious later de2 a3 weeks of continuous farmacolgica therapy. 8. Process of the Care on the basis of the Theory Ambientalista de Florence Nightingale CARRARO (2004) affirms that first the practical ones for the control of infections they had had beginning in century XVIII, time where the first hospitals had been created.