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PPT + Student Notes: Chapter 21 Infectious Diseases in the Respiratory System

Have you been exposed before if you have then your

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Unformatted text preview: not in you lungs.You put the antigen in you skin so that is where you will have the symptoms. C) you are referred to Chest x ray... -the vaccine causes a positive test D) yo have a friend that has HIV... -they are immunocompromised and the whole point of test is asking the immune system to do something. 2.You are a physicians assistant... A) what type of infection do you suspect? Strep throat B) the practice has been over run by sore throats... -yes, be extra careful not to let it go untreated. PRESCRIBE ANTIBIOTICS. C) what are possible problems if infection goes untreated? Scarlet f...
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