Final-CH 25

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Final-CH 25
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2014-05-18 12:05:05
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Final- CH 25
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  1. Bacterial cystitis
    • Name: UTI
    • CA: E. coli
    • SS: Burning during urination, cloudy/blood urine
    • VF: Pili for attachment
    • Trans: short urethra, sex, BC
    • Treat: Antimicrobial Medication
    • Pre: Drink water, urination after intercourse
  2. Vulvovaginal candidiasis
    • CA: Candida albicans
    • SS: constant intense itchnig, whitish gray discharge
    • VF: Disruption of vaginal pH balance
    • Tran: Does NOT spread
    • Treat: Antifungal medication
    • Pre: Minimizing antibiotic use
  3. Gonorrhea
    • CA: Neisseria gonorrhoeae
    • SS: asymptomatic, painful urination and pus
    • VF: Pili, capsule
    • Tran: Direct Contact
    • Treat: Antibacterial medication
    • Pre: No Vaccine, Safe Sex
  4. Syphillis (not signs/symptoms)
    • CA: Treponema pallidum
    • VF: low ID, easily penetrates
    • Trans: sex, contact w. chancre
    • Treat: antibiotics
    • Pre: No Vaccine, Safe Sex
  5. Syphillis (signs/symptoms)
    • Primary- painful red chancre
    • Secondary- rash on hands/feet
    • Latent- no visible signs, antibodies present
    • Tertiary: Gummatous- localized infection, Cardio- aneurysm, Neurosyphillis- mental changes
    • Congenital: Pregnancy with syphillis
  6. Genital Herpes
    • CA: Herpes Simplex virus Type 2
    • SS: genital itching, cluster of small red bumps, blisters
    • VF: --
    • Trans: Sex
    • Treat: None, Anti-HSV decreases severity of attacks
    • Pre: Condoms do not fully protect
  7. Genital Warts
    • Name: HPV
    • CA: Human Papillomavirus
    • SS: Warts after ~3 months
    • VF: Infects deep layers of epithelium
    • Tran: Intercourse
    • Treat: None
    • Prev: Vaccine, Safe Sex
  8. HIV AIDS
    • CA: Human immunodeficiency virus type 1
    • SS: Flu-like symptoms
    • VF: Enveloped
    • Trans: Bodily Fluids
    • Treat: None
    • Prev: Safe Sex
  9. HIV/AIDS Virus structure
    • Enveloped single stranded RNA
    • 2 copies of RNA
    • Spikes: TM and SU
    • Enzymes: R. Transcriptase, protease, integrase

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