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Lower respiratory infections
pneuomonia, more seriuos, acid and bacteria cause permanent damage to lungs
Pneumonococcal Pneumonia
Strep. pneumoniae. runny nose respiratory congestion, high fever, cough sputum(blood), chest pain, poor oxygenation septicemia, endocarditis, meningitis, capsulated bacteria, inflammaroty response to lungs (penicillin erythromycin)gram+
Klebsiella Pneumonia
encapsulated, gram -, red gelatinous sputum, die sooner than other infected w/pneumonia, Nosocomial infection (mouth&throat) scars in lungs(tissue death)
Mycoplasmal pneumonia
walking pneumonia, lacks cell wall inteferes w/cilia, inflammation-thickening bronchial walls lead to difficult breathing
Whooping coughing
Bordella pertusis destroy and damage cililated cells; pertusis toxin, paraoxymal coughing, droplets, DTaP erythromycin
tuberculosis
chronic illness, hard 2 contain, sputum blood streaked, + /acid fast, mycolic acids, contracted inhalation, prevents fusion w/lysosome (protection in vacuole) death tissue; cheesy xrays. BCG
Legionnarie's Disease
Legionella pneuomophila, aerosolized contaiminated water, Use MIP to enter macrophages, b lactamase (resistant to penicillin) treated w/erythromycin
Influenza: Influenza a Virus
N spike aids in spread, H spike binds virus attaches to host mebrane and replicaates, dry cough, most famous pandemic, angtigenic drifts minor changes in spikes antigenic shift new vaccine every year
Hantavirus
rodents feces, fever, diarrhea, shock and death, deer mouse Sin nombre virus,infects cell line capillaries, inflammation leak into fluids:suffocation decrease in blood pressure mice carriers
Coccidiomycosis
Spores enter inhalation, tissue injury by immune sys., suffer tissue necrosis
Histplasmosis
Hisptoplasa capsulatum (grows in soil, bat droppings) inhaled w/dust resemble tubercles granuloma lesions replaced by scar tissue calcify, yeast form grown in macrophages, develop in lung, south atlantic states
Lower respiratory infections
pneuomonia, more seriuos, acid and bacteria cause permanent damage to lungs
Pneumonococcal Pneumonia
Strep. pneumoniae. runny nose respiratory congestion, high fever, cough sputum(blood), chest pain, poor oxygenation septicemia, endocarditis, meningitis, capsulated bacteria, inflammaroty response to lungs (penicillin erythromycin)gram+
Klebsiella Pneumonia
encapsulated, gram -, red gelatinous sputum, die sooner than other infected w/pneumonia, Nosocomial infection (mouth&throat) scars in lungs(tissue death)
Mycoplasmal pneumonia
walking pneumonia, lacks cell wall inteferes w/cilia, inflammation-thickening bronchial walls lead to difficult breathing
Whooping coughing
Bordella pertusis destroy and damage cililated cells; pertusis toxin, paraoxymal coughing, droplets, DTaP erythromycin
tuberculosis
chronic illness, hard 2 contain, sputum blood streaked, + /acid fast, mycolic acids, contracted inhalation, prevents fusion w/lysosome (protection in vacuole) death tissue; cheesy xrays. BCG
Legionnarie's Disease
Legionella pneuomophila, aerosolized contaiminated water, Use MIP to enter macrophages, b lactamase (resistant to penicillin) treated w/erythromycin
Influenza: Influenza a Virus
N spike aids in spread, H spike binds virus attaches to host mebrane and replicaates, dry cough, most famous pandemic, angtigenic drifts minor changes in spikes antigenic shift new vaccine every year
Hantavirus
rodents feces, fever, diarrhea, shock and death, deer mouse Sin nombre virus,infects cell line capillaries, inflammation leak into fluids:suffocation decrease in blood pressure mice carriers
Coccidiomycosis
Spores enter inhalation, tissue injury by immune sys., suffer tissue necrosis
Histplasmosis
Hisptoplasa capsulatum (grows in soil, bat droppings) inhaled w/dust resemble tubercles granuloma lesions replaced by scar tissue calcify, yeast form grown in macrophages, develop in lung, south atlantic states