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having AIDS are different.
Remember what it takes to
consider having AIDS. -you can swab your saliva to
test for HIV even though
saliva isn't a means of
transmission because you are
having a humeral and cell
mediated response so the
antibodies IgM and IgG are
made. IgM and IgG aren't
present in the saliva but large
amounts of IgA are made and
that is what this test is
looking for and is the reason
you can use your saliva. 1. Baseball game question. Important info: had a tooth extraction, murmur, rheumatic fever(damages heart
valves) A) which cardiovascular condition is this? Endocarditis- subacute B) what is the most likely genus causing this infection? Streppococcus- gained access C) why do you check under his ﬁngernails? because the hemorrhages that you see is a classic symptom D) could it have been prevented? Yes. Should have been given antibiotics before the dental work that was done 2. Aids: 25 year old man A) what laboratory tests could conﬁrm a diagnosis? Cd4 test, looking for antibodies, the presence of the aids deﬁning illness...
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2014 for the course BIOLOGY 1101 taught by Professor Buck during the Fall '13 term at UNC Charlotte.
- Fall '13