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ANTI INFECTIVE AGENTS Anti-Infective: Antiviral Agents

Avian Influenza A(H5N1 is a _____ infection Viral
Herpesvirus is a _____ infection Viral
cytomegalovirus infection and retinitis; genital herpes; herpes zoster; Epstein-Barr are all considered ______ infections Viral
Human immunodeficiency virus is a _______ infection Viral
Human papilloma virus is a ______ infection Viral
Respiratory Syncytial Virus is a ______ infection Viral
Respiratory Syncytial Virus is also known as RSV
RSV results in having a terrible_____ in adults . It is very serious if it happens in ____ and ___. head cold ; infants and children
What are the three viral hepatitis ___,___, and ___. HAV, HBV, HCV
What are the two Viremic Spread. 1. DNA viruses 2. RNA viruses
What is an example of a DNA virus? Herpes simplex 1 &2, Varicella-zoster virus and cytomegalovirus Host cells encoded for new viruses and viral DNA incorporated in host’s daughter cells
What is an example of an RNA virus? HIV Viral RNA converted to DNA by enyme reverse transcriptase before replication can occur
Viremic Spread in Man; Primary site of infection has ___ symptoms with replications. no symptoms with replications
Viremic Spread in Man; Bloodstream the primary viremia has __ symptoms. has no symptoms
During the second site of infection for men the sites of infection during replication may produce _____ symptoms mild symptoms
During second site of infection for men the bloodstream rash, fever or chills occur.
Severity of symtpoms for men during the second site of infection is based on the ____ of _______ released. # of viruses released
General principles of treatmentSome viral infections are self___ . self limiting
Drug therapy may not be warranted due to _____ and possible _____ worse than symptoms expense & adverse effects
Antiviral is targeted to a specific structure _____ the virus. within
Enhancement of immune system-system are _____ immunomodulators
Prevention thru vaccines Prevention occurs through ____. vaccines
Antivirals remain ____effective of all anti-infective classes. least effective
Created by: jwhite223