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Antivirals

antivirals

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Cytomegalovirus Hepatitis viruses and herpes viruses are all killed by antivirals
Influenza RSV are killed by antivirals true or false true
Herpes simples virus type I mucocutaneous herpes fever blister
herpes simples virus type II genital herpes
Human herpesvirus III chickenpox, shingles (herpes zoster or varicella zoster virus)
Human herpesvirus 4 Epstein-Barr virus (mono)
Human herpesvirus 5 cytomegalovirus (CMV)retinitis
Human herpesvirus 6,7 not clinically significant
Human herpesvirus 8 Kaposi sarcoma herpesvirus and is cancer causing
Antivirals can interfere with the ability of the virus to? bind to cells
Antiretroviral agents are used to treat infections caused by ? HIV
Drug for fever blisters? Zorivax
Narrow antiviral spectrum active against influenza A? Amatadine (symmetrel)
synthetic nucleoside used for HSV 1 and 2, varicella zoster virus, may burn when applied topically? Acyclovir (Zorivax)
For CMV infections such as CMV retinitis. side effects bone marrow toxicity, nausea, anorexia, vomiting? Ganciclovir (Cytovene)
Treats Influenza A or B with side effects of n/v/ Oseltamivir (Tamiflu, Relenza)
Treats Influenza A Rimantadine (Flumadine)
orally of inhalation form for RSV in infants Ribavirin (Copegus, Rebetol, Virazole)
Detects HIV exposure ased on presence of human antibodies to the virus in the blood? ELISA
What is the first stage of HIV infection primary infection
2nd stage of Hiv infection asymptomatic infection
3rd stage of hiv infection persistent generalized lymphadenopathy
4th stage of hiv infection symptomatic stage
5th stage of hiv infection progression to full-blown AIDS
Toxoplasmosis of the brain protozoal
Candidiasis of the lungs, esophagus, trachea Fungal
CMV disease, HSV infection Viral
Various mycobacteral Infections Bacterial
Kaposi's sarcoma Opportunistic neoplasias
Highly active antiretroviral therapy which includes at least three meds that work in diff ways to reduce the viral load? HAART
Block activity of the enxyme reverse transcriptase, preventing production of new viral DNA RTIs Reverse Transcriptase inhibitors
inhibit the protease retroviral enzyme, preventing viral replication Protease Inhibitor PIs
inhibit viral fusion preventing viral replication fusion inhibitors
Abacavir(Ziagen), Didanosine (Videx), and Stavudine (Zerit) are all RTIs true or false true
Delavirdine (resriptor), Lamivudine (epivir), and tenofovir (viread) are all ___? RTIs
Amprenavir (Agenerase), Nelfinavir (viracept), and Saquinavir (Invirase) are PIs true or false true
Indinavir(crixivan) and Ritonavir (Norvir) are ___? Protease Inhibitors
Enfuvirtide (Fuzeon) is a ? Fusion Inhibitor
The Avian flue wipes ? lung function
There are alot of SARS cases in ? china
Oral anivirals should not be given with meals true or false? false
red blue network mottling of the skin caused by congesting of the superficial capillaries? Livedo reticularis treated with Amantadine
do not mix ____ with any form of acidic liquid such as fruit juice didanosine
Patient should be kept upright for thirty mins to prevent esophageal ulceration when taking what drug? Zidovudine
What drugs for herpes zoster and genital herpes? famciclovir(Famvir) and Valacyclovir(Valtrex)
po 125mg bid or 500mg bid or tid x 5-7days Famciclovir (famvir)
po 500-1000mg bid-tid x 3-10days Valacyclovir (valtrex)
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