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    Shingles Research Paper

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    Shingles are caused by the varicella zoster virus. Also known as herpes zoster, these viruses does not cause cold sores, genital herpes or STD. It is the same virus that causes chicken pox. You can get it when you are exposed to the chicken pox virus or it’s really rare after you get the vaccination of the chicken pox. When a person recovers from the varicella virus, shingles can be in your nerve system. And you won’t even notice. They can start to reactivated whenever, it can be years. They like to be around the nerve cell cluster in the head and along the spine. If a person has shingles they can transmit the varicella zoster to a person that has a low immune system or never been immune to chicken pox. They’ll get the chicken pox…

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    Essay On Burn Injury

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    papillary layer and the deeper of the two, the reticular layer. This layer contains blood and lymphatic vessels, the nerve and sensory receptors, and the sweat glands. The subcutaneous (hypodermis) connects the dermis layer to the underlying muscle and contains many important features. These include fat cells, nerves, and blood vessels. Superficial burns only affect the epidermis layer of the skin. This leaves skin functions, tactile and pain sensors intact. Blisters may become present but will…

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    Shingles Research Paper

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    Shingles is a reactivation of the chickenpox virus. If you have had chickenpox you are at risk of getting shingles. There are nerve roots the supply sensation to your skin. When the virus is reactivated, it travels up the nerve roots and causes the rash to appear on that area of skin. Shingles and chickenpox are caused by the varicella-zoster virus. Shingles is a painful rash. The rash will only appear on one side of the body. The rash may appear as a stripe of blisters. Shingles can still be…

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    Case Study: Shingrix

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    On Wednesday, October 25, the CDC (The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, decided to produce a new vaccine for shingles, a disease that occurs frequently in seniors. The CDC is a primer public health institute based in Atlanta. This new vaccine called Shingrix, was approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) a few days before the CDC decision was made. Shingrix was given recommendation over the only Shingles vaccine on the market over a decade, Zotavax. Insurance companies have…

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    generations. Of the family of chemical agents, is the class of vesicants – also known as Blister Agents. Though there are different types of blister agents, their mechanism of action against their victims are the same. A wide spectrum of protective equipment and detection devices are commercially available for first responders in contending with a blister agent incident. Weaponized blister agent was born in war; the threat of usage by terrorists or an accidental release, requires that first…

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    The effects of white pine blister rust on biodiversity in whitebark pine stands Today we are living in a world of unprecedented and often very rapid change to the environment (Ellison et al. 2005). With the accidental introduction of exotic pathogens into areas they previously did not exist, the forest ecosystems of the world are being profoundly impacted and altered (Tomback and Resler 2007). The introduction of diseases, especially fungal diseases, have in some cases, either entirely…

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    Blistering agents are one of the most commonly used chemical weapon. These blistering agents consist of sulfur mustard, nitrogen mustard, lewisite and phosgene oxime (“Blister Agents”, 2017). According to “Blister Agents” (2017), “Blister agents were first tested in combat in 1917 by Germany and have been used in several conflicts since, notable in the Iran-Iran War (1980-88)” (p. 1). According to “Blister Agents,” (2017), “Mustard agent was first used as a CW (chemical weapon) agent during the…

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    Herpes Simplex Infection A herpes simplex infection is an infection that causes blisters or sores to develop on the skin. CAUSES This condition is caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV). There are two types of HSV: HSV-1. This type causes most of the blisters or sores to develop around the mouth. HSV-2. This type causes most of the blisters or sores to develop in the genital area. HSV is very contagious. You can get it if you come in contact with the bodily fluids of someone who…

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    Cold Sore Speech

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    Cold sores : You have a cold sore that bums you out! What should and shouldn't you do now? First of all, you need to know that a cold sore is caused by the herpes virus and that there's fluid in the blisters. A cold sore can be annoying and painful, but is hardly ever harmful. The herpes virus will remain forever in your body though, and can get reactivated at a later time. That's why you can get a cold sore over and over again. There isn't any treatment to get the virus out of your body. So,…

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    Herpes Simplex Virus

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    reactivate and the virus starts transcribing its genes again. It is important to state that once a person has been infected with Herpes Simplex Virus, this virus will remain latent in the hosts body for years and will eventually reactivate periodically causing the disease. Different stimuli can cause the virus to leave its dormant state such as, fever, trauma, emotional stress, sunlight, and menstruation. Herpes Simplex Virus can be transmitted into the host body through direct contact between…

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