i.___herpes (cold sore, genital herpes)ii._____chicken pox, shingles
_________Which of the following is the priority intervention to prevent the spread of shingles to other residents of the facility?
f.How can viral infections lead to cancer formation? Name three specific viruses that have been shown to cause cancer. g.Know the steps for virus multiplication and what happens in each step (hint: adsorption, penetration, uncoating, synthesis, maturation, assembly, release, etc. )Know the differences in multiplication between animal virus and bacterial viruses?T/F: A specific animal virus has the ability to attach to and enter almost any animal host cell.
Even though it is a bacterium, Clostridium botulinumcan be made more pathogenic once infected with a(n) ________.
The patient's parents question which antibiotic will be given to treat their daughter's infection. You inform her that________.A) antibiotics target eukaryotic cells and do not work on virusesB) antibiotics target bacterial cells and do not work on virusesC) her daughter will be tested for antibiotic sensitivity before they are givenD) her daughter is too young to receive antibiotic therapy