Jayden was an outstanding student and athlete, at least that’s what all of her teachers and coaches thought. Some of her academic abilities were innate – her parents were scientists after all. Her soccer prowess came from long hours of practice even when she was alone. Why then was she starting to have lapses of memory? Sometimes when she walked down the hall and waved to a friend she couldn’t remember the incident later.
Some of Jayden's symptoms are memory loss and confusion.
The organ systems impacted by the sickness are the nervous system, the respiratory system, the circulatory system, and the urinary/excretory system. The function of the nervous system is to tell your body what to do and preform the five senses. The function of respiratory system is to get air in and out of the lungs. The function of the circulatory system is to circulate blood throughout the body. Finally the excretory system, the excretory system gets rid of all the unwanted waste in you body. If there was a UTI the excretory system would be inhibited, and it would not function properly.
THE ORGANS FUNCTIONS
The function of the heart is to bump blood through out your body. It is the main organ of the respiratory system. The brains function is to send messages to all the parts of the body. It is the main organ in the nervous system. The function of the lungs is to oxygenate blood, it is the main organ of the respiratory system.
The nervous system could be inhibited be cause there is lack of blood flow which will weaken the brain. The circulatory system could be inhibited because the respiratory system isn't oxygenating the blood correctly. The excretory system could be inhibited because of an infection causing a blockage. The respiratory system could be inhibited because the brain doesn't have enough blood to function right and tell the respiratory system to do the right things to the blood.
Our final diagnosis is a UTI (urinary tract infection).