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RSV-respitory syncytial virus
RSV-respiratory syncytial virus
RSV S&S
RSV diagnosis
treatment RSV
acute viral infection, infected mucus membranes become inflam…
1)nasal discarge... 2)cough... 3)mild fever... 4)dyspnea... 5)nasal flari…
1)positve nasopharyngeal swab... 2)chest x-ray will illustrate a…
Can be managed at home if uncomplicated... *high humidity... *adequ…
RSV-respiratory syncytial virus
acute viral infection, infected mucus membranes become inflam…
RSV S&S
1)nasal discarge... 2)cough... 3)mild fever... 4)dyspnea... 5)nasal flari…
10 terms
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)
מאפיינים
RSV Pathogenesis
Epidemiology :
הידבקות
• ממשפחת ה- paramyxovirus. ... • בעל טרופיזם למערכת הנשימה התחתו…
- הרס ישיר נרחב של תאים אפיתליאלים בדרכי הנשימה התחתונות ע"י…
- אפידמיות המתחילות בסתיו עד האביב המוקדם. ... - אחים גדולים מבי…
אינה מקנה חסינות לטווח ארוך ולכן הידבקות חוזרת שכיחה ואפילו מ…
מאפיינים
• ממשפחת ה- paramyxovirus. ... • בעל טרופיזם למערכת הנשימה התחתו…
RSV Pathogenesis
- הרס ישיר נרחב של תאים אפיתליאלים בדרכי הנשימה התחתונות ע"י…
9 terms
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)
most prevalent cause of respiratory in…
Causative Agent (RSV)
Signs/Symptoms (RSV)
transmission (RSV)
newborns
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) (ssRNA, enveloped)
- cold-like symptoms with a croupy cough... - Can progress to se…
droplet and indirect contact via fomites
most prevalent cause of respiratory in…
newborns
Causative Agent (RSV)
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) (ssRNA, enveloped)
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)
Epidemiology
Pathogenesis
Clinical Dz
Diag/Prev/Tx
• Two serotypes that co circulate ... • Transmitted large drople…
• VAP = Attachment glycoprotein, NO hemagglutinating activity…
• Mild to severe pneumonia... • URT with rhinorrhea... • Leading ca…
• Treat symptomatically, ribavirin... • Prevent with maternal an…
Epidemiology
• Two serotypes that co circulate ... • Transmitted large drople…
Pathogenesis
• VAP = Attachment glycoprotein, NO hemagglutinating activity…
20 terms
Respiratory Syncitial Virus (RSV)
RSV is a RNA/DNA virus
2 important members of paramyxoviridae
Shape of RSV?
RSV is spread by
RNA
mumps, measles
helical
aerosolized droplets, contact with contaminated surfaces
RSV is a RNA/DNA virus
RNA
2 important members of paramyxoviridae
mumps, measles
6 terms
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)
How many Hospitilizations each year? K…
What does F-protein do?
What does G-Protein do?
Symptoms of Respiratory Syncytial Virus
Younger than 5 years: 2.1 million... Adults over 65: 177,000
F-protein- ... -fuses viral envelop to host cell.... -Fuses viruses…
Initial binding of virus to host cell
...
How many Hospitilizations each year? K…
Younger than 5 years: 2.1 million... Adults over 65: 177,000
What does F-protein do?
F-protein- ... -fuses viral envelop to host cell.... -Fuses viruses…
12 terms
RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus)
What is RSV?
Pathophysiology
What can it cause?
Labs and Diagnostics
It is a respiratory virus that infects the lungs and breathin…
-dominant strains shift each year... -incubation period ranges f…
-Croup-inflammation of the larynx and trachea in children, as…
-Mucous sampling... -CBC (WBC b/c at inc risk ... for pneumonia) ... -…
What is RSV?
It is a respiratory virus that infects the lungs and breathin…
Pathophysiology
-dominant strains shift each year... -incubation period ranges f…
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)
What is Bronchiolitis?
What is the most causative agent of Br…
What kind of precautions will you need…
Where does RSV invade initially?
acute obstruction and inflammation of the bronchioles. Bronch…
RSV
Respiratory precautions so Droplet precautions
the nasopharynx and spreads to the lower airway (they have co…
What is Bronchiolitis?
acute obstruction and inflammation of the bronchioles. Bronch…
What is the most causative agent of Br…
RSV
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)
This is a virus that affects the cells…
Acute RSV... 1. What happens to the lini…
1. How is RSV transferred from person…
RSV infections usually occur during wh…
Respiratory tract; lining of the bronchioles becomes inflamed…
1. The become inflamed... 2. Obstruction
1. Like a cold; it's very contagious... 2. Droplet is being reco…
Fall, Winter, early Spring
This is a virus that affects the cells…
Respiratory tract; lining of the bronchioles becomes inflamed…
Acute RSV... 1. What happens to the lini…
1. The become inflamed... 2. Obstruction
31 terms
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)
This is a virus that affects the cells…
Acute RSV... 1. What happens to the lini…
1. How is RSV transferred from person…
RSV infections usually occur during wh…
Respiratory tract; lining of the bronchioles becomes inflamed…
1. The become inflamed... 2. Obstruction
1. Like a cold; it's very contagious... 2. Droplet is being reco…
Fall, Winter, early Spring
This is a virus that affects the cells…
Respiratory tract; lining of the bronchioles becomes inflamed…
Acute RSV... 1. What happens to the lini…
1. The become inflamed... 2. Obstruction
7 terms
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)
Causative agent
SIgns & Symptoms
Incubation
Pathogenesis
enveloped RNA virus
-runny nose... -cough... -fever... -wheezing... -difficulty breathing... -du…
1-4 days
-sloughing off respiratory epithelium... -inflammatory response…
Causative agent
enveloped RNA virus
SIgns & Symptoms
-runny nose... -cough... -fever... -wheezing... -difficulty breathing... -du…
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)
most commonly causes?
Spread by?
Infectious period?
Isolation?
Respiratory tract infections
Direct contact... Indirect contact... Droplet spread
3-8 days
Required
most commonly causes?
Respiratory tract infections
Spread by?
Direct contact... Indirect contact... Droplet spread
15 terms
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)
To what family does RSV belong?
What is the genome of RSV?
What is the most common cause of fatal…
How is RSV different from other paramy…
Paramyxoviridae
-ssRNA, linear, enveloped
RSV. IT infects everyone by age 2 with reinfections occurring…
It lacks hemagglutinin and neuraminidase activities.
To what family does RSV belong?
Paramyxoviridae
What is the genome of RSV?
-ssRNA, linear, enveloped
82 terms
Anti RSV & Influenza virus Drugs
Name the Anti-Influenza Drugs
Name the Anti-RSV Drugs
M2 inhibitors are used to treat
M2 inhibitors accomplish what
1. Amantadine... 2. Rimantadine... 3. Zanamivir... 4. Oseltamivir
1. Ribavirin... 2. Palivizumab
Infleunza
Block viral uncoating
Name the Anti-Influenza Drugs
1. Amantadine... 2. Rimantadine... 3. Zanamivir... 4. Oseltamivir
Name the Anti-RSV Drugs
1. Ribavirin... 2. Palivizumab
6 terms
Respiratory Synctitial Virus (RSV) Testing
Respiratory Synctitial Virus
Manifestation of RSV
Name 3 types of RSV tests
With what samples are RSV tests perfor…
-Viral illness commonly found in children... -Can cause severe m…
-Upper & Lower respiratory tract infection... -Fever... -Cough... -Res…
-Rapid antigen tests... -Cultures... -PCR
-With nasal secretions ... -Obtained via nasal wash or nasophary…
Respiratory Synctitial Virus
-Viral illness commonly found in children... -Can cause severe m…
Manifestation of RSV
-Upper & Lower respiratory tract infection... -Fever... -Cough... -Res…
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Infections
Name
Signs and symptoms
Incubation period
Causative agent
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Infections
Runny nose, cough, fever, wheezing, difficulty breathing, dus…
1 to 4 days
RSV, a paramyxovirus that produces syncytia
Name
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Infections
Signs and symptoms
Runny nose, cough, fever, wheezing, difficulty breathing, dus…
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) and bronchiolitis
bronchiolitis
RSV
Pathophysiology
Signs and symptoms of RSV
acute viral infection with maximum effect at the bronchiolar…
The most frequent infection for hospitalizations in children…
RSV affects epithelial cells of the respiratory tract. The ci…
RHINORRHEA, COUGHING, SNEEZING, TACHYPNEA (as high as 70), WH…
bronchiolitis
acute viral infection with maximum effect at the bronchiolar…
RSV
The most frequent infection for hospitalizations in children…
14 terms
pharmacology for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)
RSV
inconclusive therapy for RSV
proven efficacy therapy for RSV
inconclusive prophylaxis for RSV
-major cause of bronchiolitis and pneumonia in children under…
-bronchodilators ... -corticosteroids... -ribavirin
-fluid intake... -oxygen
-vaccine
RSV
-major cause of bronchiolitis and pneumonia in children under…
inconclusive therapy for RSV
-bronchodilators ... -corticosteroids... -ribavirin
16 terms
Week 5 - RSV, Parainfluenza virus, & mumps
RSV, parainfluenza, human metapneumovi…
monopartite (-)ssRNA; hemagglutinin, n…
F, syncitia
midwinter, nose, eyes; direct contact,…
What are the 5 important human pathogens of paramyxovirus gro…
paramyxovirus has a ______genome. Like influenza, they have _…
the expression of the ___protein by paramyxoviruses allows fo…
What seasons does RSV present? How does it enter the body? an…
RSV, parainfluenza, human metapneumovi…
What are the 5 important human pathogens of paramyxovirus gro…
monopartite (-)ssRNA; hemagglutinin, n…
paramyxovirus has a ______genome. Like influenza, they have _…
12 terms
Unit 1: Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Bronchiolitis
RSV statistics
RSV statistics
Etiology of RSV
Etiology of RSV
-Winter and spring... -The #1 cause of hospitalization in kids…
-Responsible for 80% or more of cases of bronchiolitis during…
-Paramyxovirus containing a single strand of RNA and related…
-More kids develop bronchiolitis and PNA from RSV subgroub A…
RSV statistics
-Winter and spring... -The #1 cause of hospitalization in kids…
RSV statistics
-Responsible for 80% or more of cases of bronchiolitis during…
Chapter 21 Infections/ Respiratory Syncytial Virus RSV
RSV: Signs and Symptoms
RSV: Causative Agent
RSV: Pathogenesis
RSV: Epidemiology
-wheezing... -dusky color... -may have fever... -cough
-RSV
-sloughing of respiratory epithelium... -inflammatory response... -…
-inhalation... -infants and young children... -no lasting immunity
RSV: Signs and Symptoms
-wheezing... -dusky color... -may have fever... -cough
RSV: Causative Agent
-RSV
Respiratory Syncytial Virus RSV (Paranormal Mixer)
virus
epi
transmission
patho
negative sense (moon)... ssRNA (red)... enveloped (ghosts)... 1 seroty…
fall seasonality... common cause of hospitalizations and deaths…
human to human only (no animal)... 4-5 day incubation
RSV and Human metapneumovirus (HMPV)--RSV is worse... starts in…
virus
negative sense (moon)... ssRNA (red)... enveloped (ghosts)... 1 seroty…
epi
fall seasonality... common cause of hospitalizations and deaths…
19 terms
Week 6: RSV, Parainfluenza Virus and Mumps
The paramyxovirus group contains what…
The paramyxovirus virus has a envelope…
What is the shape of the paramyxovirus…
Describe the RNA structure of paramyxo…
Parainfluenza, Respiratory Synctial Virus, human Metapneumovi…
enveloped
helical
monopartite (-) linear, nonsegmented ssRNA
The paramyxovirus group contains what…
Parainfluenza, Respiratory Synctial Virus, human Metapneumovi…
The paramyxovirus virus has a envelope…
enveloped
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) and Otitis Media (OM)
RSV antiviral supportive care
Palivizumab (Synagis) patient qualific…
Palivizumab (Synagis) patient qualific…
Pain mgmt. at any age
Ribavirin
◦ All infants born before 29 weeks, 0 days' gestation preterm…
◦ for children who required at least 28 days of supplemental…
Acetaminophen... 15mg/kg/dose every 6 hours
RSV antiviral supportive care
Ribavirin
Palivizumab (Synagis) patient qualific…
◦ All infants born before 29 weeks, 0 days' gestation preterm…
35 terms
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Table 21.12 - Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Infection
Signs and symptoms
Incubation period
Causative agent
Pathogenesis
Runny nose, cough, fever, wheezing, difficulty breathing, croup
1-4 days
RSV; paramyxovirus that produces syncatia
Inhalation, cells die, bronchiolitis occurs which causes crou…
Signs and symptoms
Runny nose, cough, fever, wheezing, difficulty breathing, croup
Incubation period
1-4 days
18 terms
HESI CASE STUDY Pediatric, Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Bronchiolutis
What action should the nurse take
what techniques should the nurse use t…
Which assessment finding exhibited by…
What action should the nurse take?
continue respiratory assessment
-Inspect on chest wall for symmetry and retractions... -Count th…
minimal response to stimuli
Suction nose agian
What action should the nurse take
continue respiratory assessment
what techniques should the nurse use t…
-Inspect on chest wall for symmetry and retractions... -Count th…
18 terms
HESI CASE STUDY Pediatric, Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Bronchiolutis
What action should the nurse take
what techniques should the nurse use t…
Which assessment finding exhibited by…
What action should the nurse take?
continue respiratory assessment
-Inspect on chest wall for symmetry and retractions... -Count th…
minimal response to stimuli
Suction nose agian
What action should the nurse take
continue respiratory assessment
what techniques should the nurse use t…
-Inspect on chest wall for symmetry and retractions... -Count th…
8 terms
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)- most prevalent cause of respiratory infection in newborns
Causative Agent
Signs/Symptoms
Transmission
Pathogenesis & Virulence Factors
Respiratory syncytial virus
cold-like symptoms with a croupy cough... -can progress to sever…
droplet and indirect contact via fomites... -highly contagious
infects respiratory tract cells ... -causes "giant cell" (syncit…
Causative Agent
Respiratory syncytial virus
Signs/Symptoms
cold-like symptoms with a croupy cough... -can progress to sever…
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV), Human Metapneumovirus (hMPV) and Human Parainfluenzaviruses 1-4 (hPIVs)
Introduction
Microbe biology/virulence factors
Summary of virus biology and virulence
Overview of diseases
-impt pathogens of upper and lower respiratory tract... -RSV IS…
-RSV, hMPV and hPIVs are enveloped nonsegmented negative stra…
-RSV virions contain two major envelope glycoproteins, F and…
-infection starts in the epithelial cells of the upper respir…
Introduction
-impt pathogens of upper and lower respiratory tract... -RSV IS…
Microbe biology/virulence factors
-RSV, hMPV and hPIVs are enveloped nonsegmented negative stra…
RSV
Risk Factors for RSV
Tobacco Smoke
RSV season
RSV is transmitted...
infants and toddlers who are not breastfed, secondary smoke e…
increases mucus production and reduces action of the cilia wi…
Annual epidemics from October to March.
through direct contact with respiratory secretions or indirec…
Risk Factors for RSV
infants and toddlers who are not breastfed, secondary smoke e…
Tobacco Smoke
increases mucus production and reduces action of the cilia wi…
16 terms
Croup and RSV
Croup presentation
Croup Dx
What is used to classify the severity…
Non-pharmacologic therapies for Croup
Initial 12-72 hrs: fever and cough... -*hoarseness and "croup-li…
Clinical Dx, based on S/Sx primarily... -barky cough... -stridor... V…
Westley Croup Score... -1-2 = mild... -3-8 = Moderate... -> 8 = SEVERE
Humidified air (cool or warm)... Cold environment... -vasoconstric…
Croup presentation
Initial 12-72 hrs: fever and cough... -*hoarseness and "croup-li…
Croup Dx
Clinical Dx, based on S/Sx primarily... -barky cough... -stridor... V…
97 terms
Therapy- Croup/RSV/PNA
*Croup refers to a number of respirato…
T/F: Croup is a relatively benign cond…
What is the most common cause of Croup?
What is Croup also known as?
Inspiratory stridor, barking cough, and hoarseness due to obs…
True
Acute viral infection
Laryngotracheitis, laryngotracheobronchitis, spasmodic croup,…
*Croup refers to a number of respirato…
Inspiratory stridor, barking cough, and hoarseness due to obs…
T/F: Croup is a relatively benign cond…
True
124 terms
Unit 1: RSV
Risk Factors for RSV
Tobacco Smoke
RSV season
RSV is transmitted...
infants and toddlers who are not breastfed, secondary smoke e…
increases mucus production and reduces action of the cilia wi…
Annual epidemics from October to March.
through direct contact with respiratory secretions or indirec…
Risk Factors for RSV
infants and toddlers who are not breastfed, secondary smoke e…
Tobacco Smoke
increases mucus production and reduces action of the cilia wi…
RSV
RSV is related to these viruses
Pathophysiology of RSV
Signs and symptoms of RSV in older chi…
respiratory syncytial virus
Parainfluenza, mumps, measles
damages bronchiolar epithelial cells, leading to small airway…
Mild cold-like symptoms
RSV
respiratory syncytial virus
RSV is related to these viruses
Parainfluenza, mumps, measles
RSV
symptoms of respiratory syncytial viru…
causative agent of RSV
describe the respiratory syncytial vir…
pathogenesis of RSV
wheezing, difficulty breathing, dusky color, croup loud cough…
respiratory syncytial virus and is in the paramyxovirus family
ss RNA, non-segmented, enveloped
respiratory route-ciliated epithelium infected
symptoms of respiratory syncytial viru…
wheezing, difficulty breathing, dusky color, croup loud cough…
causative agent of RSV
respiratory syncytial virus and is in the paramyxovirus family
16 terms
Lecture 3- RSV
Croup
Parainfluenza virus
Description of PIV agent
PIV Clinical Manifestations
- Syndrome of fever, hoarseness and barking cough in children…
- Originally thought to be the true influenza virus... - Paramyx…
- Paramyxovirus... - NONSEGMENTED, negative sense ssRNA genome…
- Respiratory tract entry (droplets) ... - Replication in UPPER…
Croup
- Syndrome of fever, hoarseness and barking cough in children…
Parainfluenza virus
- Originally thought to be the true influenza virus... - Paramyx…
44 terms
Virus
DNA Viruses
Virus inner shell called, made of
Steps for Self-Replication
Envelope of virus is made of
Hep, Herpes, Adenoviridae, Poxviridae
Capsid (holds DNA or RNA), protein
Adsorption, Penetration and Uncoating, Biosynthesis, Maturati…
lipid bilayer
DNA Viruses
Hep, Herpes, Adenoviridae, Poxviridae
Virus inner shell called, made of
Capsid (holds DNA or RNA), protein
Flu & RSV
Influenza
Influenza:... Hemagglutinin/neuraminidase
Influenza:... Pathophysiology
Influenza... Antigenic drift
Highly contagious airborne disease... Acute febrile illness (ran…
Most significant immunologic surface proteins include... hemaggl…
3 types of core nucleoproteins; A (most pathogenic), B & C... In…
Inaccurate viral RNA polymerase produces point mutations in e…
Influenza
Highly contagious airborne disease... Acute febrile illness (ran…
Influenza:... Hemagglutinin/neuraminidase
Most significant immunologic surface proteins include... hemaggl…
46 terms
RSV and Bronchiolitis
Comparison of Conditions affecting the…
Signs and Symptoms of RSV Box 40-8
RSV stands for..
Pathophysiology
Respiratory Syncytial Virus
An RSV infection begins with replication of the virus in the…
Comparison of Conditions affecting the…
Signs and Symptoms of RSV Box 40-8
26 terms
RSV/Bronchiolitis
Bronchiolitis
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)
Spread of RSV
Groups At Risk for RSV
Lower respiratory illness characterized by an acute inflammat…
Nearly always caused by a viral pathogen, RSV accounts for th…
-Peak incidence is 6 months... -Frequency and severity decreas…
-Premature infants/Infants (small airways/immature immune sys…
Bronchiolitis
Lower respiratory illness characterized by an acute inflammat…
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)
Nearly always caused by a viral pathogen, RSV accounts for th…
RSV
respiratory syncytial virus infection
Signs and symptoms
causative agent
pathogenesis
affects mostly the young, but has been seen in the old.
incubation 1-4 days... runny nose followed by a cough... wheezing... d…
RSV -respiratory sincytia virus. single stranded enveloped RN…
enters through inhalation, cells in respiratory tract die and…
respiratory syncytial virus infection
affects mostly the young, but has been seen in the old.
Signs and symptoms
incubation 1-4 days... runny nose followed by a cough... wheezing... d…
21 terms
RSV
Virus
Winter, spring
6 months
PPE
What causes RSV?
What time of the year is RSV most prominent?
What age sees a peak in RSV incidences?
Always wear what when dealing with a pt with RSV?
Virus
What causes RSV?
Winter, spring
What time of the year is RSV most prominent?
RSV/LONDON/CALHOUN
Bronchiolitis
Bronchiolitis mortality and morbidity…
Children with bronchiolitis have an in…
Most common cause of bronchiolitis
the respiratory tract illness/occurs when a viral or bacteria…
Affects1 in 7 infants first year of life, causes 100 deaths e…
asthma and wheezing.
respiratory syncytial virus,, but adenovirus, parainfluenza v…
Bronchiolitis
the respiratory tract illness/occurs when a viral or bacteria…
Bronchiolitis mortality and morbidity…
Affects1 in 7 infants first year of life, causes 100 deaths e…
RSV
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is
What is the normal age for children to…
Examples of lower respiratory infectio…
what types of babies with RSV are at g…
a common causes of infection in childhood and lower respirato…
up to 2 years
Bronchiolitis... Pneumonia
babies who were born prematurely, have lung or congenital hea…
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is
a common causes of infection in childhood and lower respirato…
What is the normal age for children to…
up to 2 years
17 terms
INFLUENZA AND RSV
amantadine
rimantadine
oseltamivir
zanamivir
Block the uncoating of certain myxovirus: influenza A (RNA vi…
Block the uncoating of certain myxovirus: influenza A (RNA vi…
-Influenza A and B... -Effective within 48 hours after onset of…
-Neuraminidase inhibitor.... -oral inhalation... -causes bronchospa…
amantadine
Block the uncoating of certain myxovirus: influenza A (RNA vi…
rimantadine
Block the uncoating of certain myxovirus: influenza A (RNA vi…
124 terms
RSV
Risk Factors for RSV
Tobacco Smoke
RSV season
RSV is transmitted...
infants and toddlers who are not breastfed, secondary smoke e…
increases mucus production and reduces action of the cilia wi…
Annual epidemics from October to March.
through direct contact with respiratory secretions or indirec…
Risk Factors for RSV
infants and toddlers who are not breastfed, secondary smoke e…
Tobacco Smoke
increases mucus production and reduces action of the cilia wi…
72 terms
Croup-Epiglottitis-RSV: Parker
Why are kids different than adults IMAGE
Kids are obligate _____ breathers and…
Children have a ____________ tongue an…
Children have a higher more anterior l…
nose; mouth
larger
C2-3
Why are kids different than adults IMAGE
Kids are obligate _____ breathers and…
nose; mouth
124 terms
Unit 1: RSV
Risk Factors for RSV
Tobacco Smoke
RSV season
RSV is transmitted...
infants and toddlers who are not breastfed, secondary smoke e…
increases mucus production and reduces action of the cilia wi…
Annual epidemics from October to March.
through direct contact with respiratory secretions or indirec…
Risk Factors for RSV
infants and toddlers who are not breastfed, secondary smoke e…
Tobacco Smoke
increases mucus production and reduces action of the cilia wi…
124 terms
Unit 1: RSV
Risk Factors for RSV
Tobacco Smoke
RSV season
RSV is transmitted...
infants and toddlers who are not breastfed, secondary smoke e…
increases mucus production and reduces action of the cilia wi…
Annual epidemics from October to March.
through direct contact with respiratory secretions or indirec…
Risk Factors for RSV
infants and toddlers who are not breastfed, secondary smoke e…
Tobacco Smoke
increases mucus production and reduces action of the cilia wi…
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