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Pico Virus!

all are stable in heat and detergent except for the RHINO!!! the poor rhino is not stable in acid.
brings in its own enzymes. proteases and RNA dependent RNA polyermerase

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what are the important genera of the pic??

entero, virus, HEPATOVIRUS) he's HEPAY to enter you know who

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what are the examples of ENTEROVIRUS??? these again are part of pico

ENTER
Polio, Coxsackie and ECHO

capsids of enteroviruses are VERY resistant to harsh environmental conditions like GI and sewage. Fecal oral.
Pico enters while he is wearing his poll, with his cox sac yelling things at CaliCE!

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how is polioviurs spread?

fecal contamination IN WATER!!!!!
gets into the bloodstream
no virus detected in post polio syndrome. so not a result of latency.
PP. parylytic polio!C

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COXSACKIE virus

GROUP A is herpangio- NOT related to herpes
A is hand, foot and mouth
COnjunctivitis!!!! lots of different things cause conjunctivitis! COX in the eye

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group B of Coxsackie!?!?!

BornHolm disease--- group B
Pleurodynia
Myocardial and Pericardial infections!!! HEART is in the COX

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how do you treat enteroviruses?

antivirus drug PLECOnaril - used on a limited basis- prevents the penetration of the virus into cell. must be given early for enteroviruslse. PLE get out after you ENTER

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Polio vaccine?

remember, SABIn is oral and live
SALK is inacitated

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Rhinovirus

this is the cause of the common cold
SNESITIVE to acidic pH!!!! that's why in lungs not surviving in the stomach
nasal vasoconstrictors. antiviral pleocarnil for asthmatics.

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CORONAVIRUS!

SARS AND
Surface projections allow virus to survive in the GI tract.
repsiratory. SECOND most common cause of cold! after drinking too much Corona, you get cold!??! remember, positive and helical.
SARS and MERS

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CaliCEE

HEP E and Norwalk!
gastroenteritis
fecal oral via water, shellfish salad.
the CRUISE ship example is NORWALK
treat with bleach or steam. BLEACH all those people on the cruise ship

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Paramyxovirus

Measles and mumps
parainfluenza.
big bro
HUGE cells

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!what is HA and NA???

the VAPS that let us tell family members apart.
PARAINFLU has HN HUNNY
MEASLES is a HORE
RSV is a G. big pneuma.
and PNEUMOVIRUS. what's your penumo?

They're all the SYNCTYIA! the sinners

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how do we tell the family members of the big bro paramyxo apart?

look at the VAPS!
SUPER contageous!!!!

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what kind of vaccine for the measles?

live attenuated. that the majority.

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what is an early sign of =measles??

KOPLIK spots! also seen with HSV 8? more for immunocompromised

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parainfleuenza?

PARA influenze = CROUP
the CROUPIES!!! big bro has all the groupies. upper and lower respiratory mostly in KIDS yikes

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what does rubulla cause?

MUMPS!
PAROTISIS is a clinical sign lytic infection of cells
viremia
testes infection of the mumps.
CNS
LIVe attenuated

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penuvirus?

RSV is the PNEUMO!!!
respiratory tract. G.
in premeies ive ribarirun
can get passive immunization with anti RSV inmmunoglobluin

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Orthomyxo

little bro
8 segments
unique iin cytoplasm and nucleus
influenza!!!!
infectious for days.
HA
HA is the VAP for influenza. HA HA HA. so funny when little bro gets influenza.
NA? it's important for VIRAL RELEASE- it's the target of drugs. NA, I;ll just release my load. Ha = ATTACH!!!! HA = antibody resposen.
B goes under drifts but NO SHIFTS
shifts are for the other influenza.

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antivirals do what to influenza?

stop the ATTACHMENT and uncaring. remember, the HA is for attachment. NA is the target of drugs

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what have viruses changes to be resistant?

change their NA
NOT APPLICABLE anymore because they're changed.

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how do you prevent influenza/

treat with vaccine or LIVE viral nasal spray for local immunity

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does influenza B have HA or NA?

no, cuz a bitch. no antigen shift only drift.

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what is REYE's SYNDROME???

influenza B and chicken pox are both associated with REYE's syndrome and aspirin use.
B, chicken POx, Aspririn.
REY is a bitch ass chicken.

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what can you do with rabies during incubation

you can use antibody to block the spread of virus if during the incubation period.
treat with vaccine and PASSIVE antibody during the incubation.
KILLED vaccine

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what is the reovirus???

reovirus is repsiratory, enteric, and orphan virusesstable IN ACIDS!!!!!!!! airborne transmission

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what is caused by the ORTHOREOVIRUS gene???

Revovirus.
REA needs ortho.
most ASYMPAMIC
include water and the rivers.
mild upper repsiratory tract illness.

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ROTA VIRUS??!?!?!

reovirus family and the ROTA VIRUS genus..... death and dehydration.
infects birds, mammals, and humans
survives stomach acid. why diarrhea.
LIVE ATTENUATED VACCINE WITHSAME OUTER PROTEIN

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COltavirus????

it's COLT OUT in COLORADO tick fever.
rodents are the reservoir.
arthoropod vector.
usually resolves without treatment.
if ROCKY mountain you need abx.

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how do you rule out colorado tick vs. rickettsi

serology because of antibody

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why is RUBY virus unique?

RUBY = NO VECTOR! she don't need no vector. remember.r
the alpha virus is spread.. RUBI IS THE BIGGIE

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what would you see with RUBELLA?

german measles and you see FORCHHEIMERS spots.
materanl infeciton at risk aobriaotn of congentical. blindess. deaf.

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what does MMR cover?

it's a live attenuated virus that is part of MMR
= Measles, mumps, rubella.

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what is HEP C example of ?

FLAVI.
they travel along the HEP SEA>
Arboviruses are mosquito born- those ar the west nile, yellow and dengue. Arthropod vectors like mostuquite.s.

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what is the HAUNTA virus????

haunta is the bunyviridae-= NOT MOSQUITO BORN!!! bunny are too cute for mosquitos.
aerosols with URINE

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what is the rift valley fever?

so HANTA is the bunny. RIFT vally is the MOSQUITO transmitted of the BUNYA
to get to cali need most

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what kind of vaccine for HEPA

HEPA... china= LIVE, killed vaccine here. given at age 2 or if you're traveling.

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what is a prion?

it's a proteinaceous infectious particle that cases carious spongiform enxpalopahties
PrP protein

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what does the PrP protein have?

amyloid protien- insoluble fibrous protein.
-binds to proteins on your cell causes refolding. AMY is a PRION. like protein and like offing up the folding ! doesn't fold her clothes.