“Maddy Reimer was just seven weeks old when she lost her battle with MRSA. She and her twin, Luke were born five years ago to parents Beth and Ken Reimer in suburban Chicago. Beth was especially happy to finally have a daughter and it certainly was “Pink World” in their house. Maddy and Luke were premies and spent some time in the neonatal intensive care unit before sent home. One morning Beth Reimer went into the nursery to get Maddy up and she was blue and had trouble breathing, Beth had taken her to her GP the day before and the doctor said she had a cold. The Reimers called 911 and an ambulance took Maddy to the hospital. She was in such critical condition, she was airlifted to another suburban hospital which had more facilties to treat her. Little Maddy was put on lifesuppport and she was diagnosed with MRSA pneumonia and the bacteria was eating her lungs and destroying them. Maddy fought for her life and lived eleven days on lifesupport and then she died” (Thomas).
Plagues have killed millions of people in the last few centuries alone. Will the Spread of bacteria be humans plague? Due to humanity’s overuse of antibiotics and natural evolution bacteria have become antibiotic resistant. This is causing incurable infections such as MRSA. MRSA is a staph infection that became resistant to antibiotics. If this continues, many people will have super resistant bacteria infections, and eventually contracted to another.
Bacteria are a single microscopic organism usually identified by its lack of nuclease and membrane-bound organelles. These are two types of bacteria; one is called probiotic and can be useful to the body in good ways such as killing toxins in the blood stream. The second type of bacteria is known as pathogen is very bad for the body it attacks the body causing infection. The word pathogen is believed to be derived from the Greek words meaning suffering, passion, and producer of. Pathogens can also lead to disease like chickenpox, influenza, and measles.
Plague bacteria or Yersinia pestis which is the scientific name for plague bacteria, its caused major disasters in history. Killing millions of people in one outbreak because of its disastrous effects it leaves very little civilization. Yersinia pestis is usually spread by blood to blood such as a flea bite. Other plagues such as the pneumonic plague was spread by an infected person coughing releasing droplets from the mouth into the air then a non-infected person breathing in the droplets. One of the Yersinia pestis Plague bacteria strain was the bubonic plague.
Bubonic plague or the black plague started from 1347 to 1351. The bubonic plague was easily spread by fleas that would bite an infected person to a non-infected person. What made the bubonic plague so dangerous it was a combination of three other plagues. The three plagues were bubonic plague, septicemia plague, and the pneumonic plague. Each plague brought its own symptoms to the bubonic plague. The bubonic plague...