All sars patients should be isolated for at least 10

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All SARS patients should be isolated for at least 10 days AFTER fever has broken to prevent spread Complications: Pneumonia Coronaviruses
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Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) Coronaviruses
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Hantavirus
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Hantavirus Reservoir: deer mouse, virus shed in saliva, urine and feces 1-5 weeks after exposure symptoms of fatigue, fever and muscle aches begin Can lead to respiratory failure as lungs fill with fluid Found in the desert SW in wet years Prevented by eliminating rodent nests The Hantavirus
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Which one of the following viruses did your instructor get while on a trip in Spain? A. Hantavirus B. Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) C. Paramyxovirus D. Severe Acute Respiratory Virus (SARS)
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Viral Infections Upper Respiratory Tract Rhinovirus Adenovirus Lower Respiratory Tract Influenza Paramyxovirus Respiratory syncytial disease Parainfluenza Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) Hantavirus Skin Herpesviruses Cold Sores Genital Herpes Herpes Keratitis Neonatal Herpes Chickenpox Shingles Epstein-Barr Virus Kaposi Sarcomic Paramyxovirus Measles Mumps Rubella Fifth Disease Human Papillomavirus Virus Warts Cervical Cancer Poxvirus
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Herpesviruses Human herpes simplex infections are widespread and often recurrent
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Nearly everyone has been infected with some form of the Herpes's Virus. A. True B. False
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Cold Sores Cold sores are contagious sores caused by HSV-1 After primary infection, the viruses become latent in sensory ganglia Recurrence of cold sores occurs when viruses are reactivated and move to the epithelium Herpes sore on mouth
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Genital Herpes Common STD Caused usually by HSV-2 Symptoms include: itching and throbbing in the genital area followed by blisters There is no cure antivirals can shorten and decrease the number of outbreaks
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Herpes Keratitis Herpes infection of the eye Causes scarring of the cornea blindness
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Neonatal Herpes Life-threatening disease passed from infected mothers to newborns during childbirth The child’s mental development can be delayed Blindness and seizures can occur
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