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  1. What is the causative agent for Staphylococcal Scalded Skin Syndrome?
    Staphylococcal aureus
  2. What are the symptoms of Staphylococcal Scalded Skin Syndrome?
    Redness of the skin
  3. What is the virulence factor for Staphylococcal aureus?
    Exotoxin
  4. How is Staphyloccocal aureus transmitted?
    person to person
  5. How is Staphylococcal Scalded Skin Syndrome treated?
    Antibiotics
  6. How is Staphylococcal Scalded Skin Syndrome prevented?
    Patient isolation, avoidance
  7. What is the causative agent for Lymes Disease?
    Borrelia burgdorferi
  8. What are the signs of Lyme Disease?
    • Stage 1- early localized infection: Bulls eye rash
    • Stage 2- Early disseminated infection- Nervous system impaired
    • Stage 3- Late persistent infection-joint pain and swelling
  9. What is the virulence factor of Borrelia burgdorferi?
    Gram-Negative bacteria
  10. How is Borrelia burgdorferi transmitted?
    tick bite
  11. What is the treatment for Lyme Disease?
    Antibiotics
  12. What is the prevention for Lyme Disease?
    no vaccine, Avoidance
  13. What is the common name for Varicella?
    Chicken Pox
  14. What is the causative agent of Varicella?
    Varicella-zoster virus
  15. What are the signs/symptoms of Varicella?
    • Rash/Fever
    • Reye's Syndrome
  16. What is the virulence factor of Varicella-zoster virus?
    enters via respiratory and becomes systemic
  17. How is varicella transmitted?
    • person to person
    • highly contagious
  18. How is Varicella treated?
    Antiviral medication
  19. How is Varicella prevented?
    Vaccination
  20. What is the common name for Rubeola?
    Measles
  21. What are the signs/symptoms of Rubeola?
    Koplik's Spots
  22. What is the causative agent of Rubeola?
    Rubeola Virus
  23. What is the virulence factor of the rubeola virus
    Attachment
  24. How is Rubeola transmitted?
    • Highly Contagious
    • Person to Person contact
  25. What is the treatment for Rubeola?
    There is none
  26. How is Rubeola prevented?
    Vaccination
  27. What is the common name for Rubella?
    German Measles
  28. What is the causative agent of Rubella?
    Rubella Virus
  29. What are the signs/symptoms of Rubella?
    • No Koplick Spots
    • Mild symptoms
  30. What are the virulence factors rubella virus?
    respiratory tract to systemic
  31. How is rubella transmitted?
    • highly contagious
    • humans are only reservoir
  32. What is the treatment for rubella?
    Antiviral Medication
  33. How is rubella prevented?
    Vaccination
  34. What are the causative agents of Staphylococcal wound infections?
    • S. aureus
    • S. epidermidis
  35. What are the virulence factors of S. aureus?
    • Capsule
    • Enzymes
  36. What are the Virulence factors of S. epidermidis?
    • opportunist
    • not very viruletn
  37. How is S. aureus transmitted?
    Surgical Wounds
  38. How is S. epidermidis transmitted?
    Opportunist
  39. What are the signs/symptoms of Staphylococcal Wound infections?
    pyogenic- causes pus
  40. What is the treatment for Staphylococcal Wound infections?
    • Multi-drug resistant
    • MRSA
  41. How is Staphylococcal Wound Infection prevented?
    Thorough cleaning of the wounds

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