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Tuberculosis
Infectious Agent:

Mycobacterium Tuberculosis

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Tuberculosis

Transmission: (spread through)

Airborne droplet nuclei

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Tuberculosis

It lives ________

2 to 3 weeks of surface

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Clinical illness most commonly develops within 6 to 12 months after infection

Tuberculosis

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Persistent cough, blood in sputum, fever, weight loss, night sweats, fatigue, loss of appetite and Lymphadenopathy are Signs and symptoms of ____.

Tuberculosis

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Vaccine for Tuberculosis

B. C. G. (Bacille Calmette-Guerin)

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Treatment: Isoniazid, rifampin, pyrazinamide, streptomycin & ethambutol alone or in combination for 1 to 2 years

Tuberculosis

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Oral ____ lesions are rare, highly contagious usually found on the soft or hard palate and tongue

Tuberculosis

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Viral Hepatitis creates inflammation of the _____.

Liver

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Which is the only HEP cure able??

HEP C

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Hep A

Transmission

Oral fecal

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Yellow eyes is a symptom of

Hep A

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Hep B also known as

Serum Hepatitis

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Hep A is also known as

Infectious Hep

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HEP B

Transmission:

Blood, blood products, body fluids and saliva

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Percutaneous , intravenous , intramuscular and subcutaneous

HEP B

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Which hep???

Vaccine : Recombivax, Twinrix , All healthcare workers should get the HBV vaccine

Hep B

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Transmission: Blood, blood products , body fluids and percutaneous

IV drug use , tattoos , body piercings , perinatal , hemodialysis and organ transplantation.

Which HEP ???

Hep C

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HEP C TREATMENT

Interferon (only treatable HEP)

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Hep D also known as

Delta Agent

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What’s the most severe version of HEP?

HEP D

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HEP E

Transmission :

Oral feces

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HEP G is a relative of ___

HEP C

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HEP E

Transmission:

Fecel/oral , person to person & contaminated water

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Third world country most likely to get

Hep E

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Hep E

Vaccine:

THERES NO VACCINE FOR HEP E!!!

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Hep G

Transmission:

Through blood by parent or perinatal

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Hep G

Vaccine

THERES NO VACCINE FOR HEP G

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The HBV vaccine will prevent _____

The HBV vaccine will prevent HEP D

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There are 8 types of human herpes viruses! Herpetic infectious cause:

Recurrent disease
Lesions of the skin, oral cavity and genitalia
Latent state
Central nervous system infection
Suppress patient immunity