How can we help?

You can also find more resources in our Help Center.

Study sets matching "rsv"

Study sets
Classes
Users

Study sets matching "rsv"

23 terms
PEDS RSV
What puts infants at risk for respirat…
Infants rely almost entirely on what t…
_______is the leading cause of hospita…
RSV stands for what?
-Chest relatively round... -Ribs articulated at a horizontal not…
diaphragmatic - abdominal breathing
RSV
Respiratory Syncytial Virus
What puts infants at risk for respirat…
-Chest relatively round... -Ribs articulated at a horizontal not…
Infants rely almost entirely on what t…
diaphragmatic - abdominal breathing
13 terms
RSV/Bronchiolitis
RSV
Bronchiolitis
the most common cause of bronchiolitis
how RSV is transmitted
a pathogen that causes bronchiolitis and pneumonia and is a m…
lower respiratory tract illness ,occurs when an infecting age…
infection with RSV
trough direct contact with respiratory secretions or indirect…
RSV
a pathogen that causes bronchiolitis and pneumonia and is a m…
Bronchiolitis
lower respiratory tract illness ,occurs when an infecting age…
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…
18 terms
symptoms of RSV
rhinorrhea
pharyngitis
coughing
sneezing
initial
initial
initial
initial
rhinorrhea
initial
pharyngitis
initial
Hockenberry RSV
Bronchiolitis
Transmission
Pathophysiology
Bronchi and Bronchioles
Common, acute viral infection with maximum effect at the bron…
Can live on fomites for several hours and on hands for 30 min…
Ciliated cells swell, protrude into lumen, and lose their cil…
Walls of bronchi and bronchioles are infiltrated with inflamm…
Bronchiolitis
Common, acute viral infection with maximum effect at the bron…
Transmission
Can live on fomites for several hours and on hands for 30 min…
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…
18 terms
RSV and SARS
RSV General
RSV History
RSV Epidemiology
RSV Replication
Seasonal dz, occur as same time as flu... Problem for children…
Isolated from pneumovirus... Infected by 4 y.o. --> can be fata…
Many hospital in child <5 y.o.... Infxn peak during fall and wi…
Envelope virus... Single-strand RNA virus: Transcript of genome…
RSV General
Seasonal dz, occur as same time as flu... Problem for children…
RSV History
Isolated from pneumovirus... Infected by 4 y.o. --> can be fata…
18 terms
Bronkiolit / RSV
Bronkiolit - Definition?
Bronkiolit - Riskfaktorer?
Bronkiolit - Etiologi?
Bronkiolit - Patologi?
Bronkiolit är en akut virusinfektion i de nedre luftvägarna h…
Prematuritet. Kronisk lungsjukdom. Hjärtfel.
RSV. Humant rhinovirus, metapneumovirus, bocavirus.
I 2-3-årsåldern har nästan alla barn haft en RSV-infektion. D…
Bronkiolit - Definition?
Bronkiolit är en akut virusinfektion i de nedre luftvägarna h…
Bronkiolit - Riskfaktorer?
Prematuritet. Kronisk lungsjukdom. Hjärtfel.
15 terms
Pharm for RSV
fluid, oxygen
bronchodilators, steroids
Ribavirin
aerosolized
primary treatment for RSV
inconclusive treatment for RSV
recommended fo rservere cases or RSV
route of admin for ribavirin
fluid, oxygen
primary treatment for RSV
bronchodilators, steroids
inconclusive treatment for RSV
23 terms
RSV & bronchiolitis
How are Bronchiolitis and RSV related?
What other viruses cause broncholitis?
Presentation of Broncholitis ... (follows…
What are risk factors for Broncholitis?
RSV is a paramyxovirus is the MOST COMMON CAUSE of bronchioli…
adenovirus... rhinovirus... parainfluenza (croup)
Daycares winter through Spring 2y/o or younger with RSV sympt…
Viral infx... Organ transplant (lungs)... Connective tissue dz... Toxi…
How are Bronchiolitis and RSV related?
RSV is a paramyxovirus is the MOST COMMON CAUSE of bronchioli…
What other viruses cause broncholitis?
adenovirus... rhinovirus... parainfluenza (croup)
15 terms
Pharm for RSV
fluid, oxygen
bronchodilators, steroids
Ribavirin
aerosolized
primary treatment for RSV
inconclusive treatment for RSV
recommended fo rservere cases or RSV
route of admin for ribavirin
fluid, oxygen
primary treatment for RSV
bronchodilators, steroids
inconclusive treatment for RSV
47 terms
Croup & RSV
What is RSV?
List the type of RSV
Percentage of children infected with R…
Percentage of children infected with R…
Single-stranded RNA in the genus Pneumovirus
Type A and B. Type A accounts for more severe infections.
66%
100%
What is RSV?
Single-stranded RNA in the genus Pneumovirus
List the type of RSV
Type A and B. Type A accounts for more severe infections.
8 terms
RSV and Bronchiolitis
Signs and Symptoms
Population affected
Pharmacology
Synagis
Rhinorrhea, coughing, sneezing, tachypnea, wheezing, retracti…
Newborns and infants
Synagis... Respigam... Ribavirin
Given IM each month during RSV season (November to March)
Signs and Symptoms
Rhinorrhea, coughing, sneezing, tachypnea, wheezing, retracti…
Population affected
Newborns and infants
19 terms
RSV and Croup
what is croup?
What are the three types of croup?
Viral croup
signs and symptoms of viral croup
-croup is actually a general name for inflammatory diseases o…
1. viral croup (laryngotracheobronchitis)... 2. Epiglottitis (su…
-most common cause is parainfluenze virus... -inflammation of th…
-prodrome: upper respiratory infection... -barking like cough an…
what is croup?
-croup is actually a general name for inflammatory diseases o…
What are the three types of croup?
1. viral croup (laryngotracheobronchitis)... 2. Epiglottitis (su…
24 terms
Asthma and RSV
Asthma pathophysiology
RSV/ Bronchiolitis pathophysiology
How do children get RSV?
Genetic Factors
the airways are in a persistent state of inflammation.
Synctia burst and die, the debris clogs the minute airways of…
direct contact with mucus or droplet.
Asthma risk factor
Asthma pathophysiology
the airways are in a persistent state of inflammation.
RSV/ Bronchiolitis pathophysiology
Synctia burst and die, the debris clogs the minute airways of…
15 terms
influenza/RSV
some influenza strains are
most significant immunologic surface p…
viral RNA polymerase
antigenic drift
species specific ... (some can spread from animals to humans)
hemagglutinin... neuraminidase... they determine virulence
lacks error checking mechanism... allows antigenic drift
inaccurate viral RNA polymerase produces point mutations in e…
some influenza strains are
species specific ... (some can spread from animals to humans)
most significant immunologic surface p…
hemagglutinin... neuraminidase... they determine virulence
63 terms
RSV and Croup
What does RSV stand for?
What kind of virus is RSV?
Which strain type accounts for more se…
How contagious is RSV?
Respiratory Synctival Virus
Single-stranded RNA in the genus pneumovirus
Type A
Highly contagious with multiple transmission modes
What does RSV stand for?
Respiratory Synctival Virus
What kind of virus is RSV?
Single-stranded RNA in the genus pneumovirus
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
90 terms
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…
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…
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…
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…
18 terms
RSV ch 36
What are 2 other names for RSV?
What are 5 ways that the lungs are alt…
How common is RSV?... When will almost al…
How is it transmitted?... What are the 7…
Bronchiolitis or Pneumonitis
Inflammation and swelling of the peripheral airways... Excessive…
RSV is the most common viral respiratory pathogen seen in inf…
RSV is commonly transmitted by young children who are infecte…
What are 2 other names for RSV?
Bronchiolitis or Pneumonitis
What are 5 ways that the lungs are alt…
Inflammation and swelling of the peripheral airways... Excessive…
103 terms
micro 7-rsv, hmpv
measles and mumps viruses belong to wh…
paramyxovirus family viruses
infection via human parainfluenza virus
HPIV susceptible to
paromyxovirus
RWV... hMPV (metapneumovirus)... HPIV (human parainfluenza virus)
aerosal, person to person and fomites
soap... water... alcohol based disinfectants
measles and mumps viruses belong to wh…
paromyxovirus
paramyxovirus family viruses
RWV... hMPV (metapneumovirus)... HPIV (human parainfluenza virus)
17 terms
Bronchiolitis, croup, rsv
What are the signs/symptoms of bronchi…
What is bronchiolitis?
what age group does bronchiolitis affe…
What is the most common virus that cau…
Rhinitis, tachypnea, wheezing, cough, crackles, use of access…
Acute inflammation, edema, and necrosis of epithelial cells l…
children younger than 2 years old
RSV
What are the signs/symptoms of bronchi…
Rhinitis, tachypnea, wheezing, cough, crackles, use of access…
What is bronchiolitis?
Acute inflammation, edema, and necrosis of epithelial cells l…
36 terms
Bronchiolitis, RSV, Croup
Bronchiolitis definition
What is the leading cause of hospitali…
Who generally gets bronchiolitis?
What is the MC cause of Bronchiolitis?
lower respiratory tract infection... -acute inflammation (partia…
bronchiolitis
children younger than 2 years old
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)
Bronchiolitis definition
lower respiratory tract infection... -acute inflammation (partia…
What is the leading cause of hospitali…
bronchiolitis
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
29 terms
Oxygenation: Asthma & RSV/Bronchiolitis
pathophysiology RSV/Bronchiolitis
RSV (respiratory syncytial virus)
Bronchiolitis
asthma
-virus starts to merge w/ squamous cells in lungs -when they…
-is a highly contagious respiratory infection that affects al…
-is a lower respiratory tract illness that occurs when an inf…
-is a chronic inflammatory disease of the lungs characterized…
pathophysiology RSV/Bronchiolitis
-virus starts to merge w/ squamous cells in lungs -when they…
RSV (respiratory syncytial virus)
-is a highly contagious respiratory infection that affects al…
63 terms
MOD3: RSV
What does RSV stand for?
Highly contagious respiratory infectio…
People of any age can get RSV, but it'…
Risk:... Age 2 and under
Respiratory Syncytial Virus
RSV
...
...
What does RSV stand for?
Respiratory Syncytial Virus
Highly contagious respiratory infectio…
RSV
47 terms
Pulmonology - RSV and Pertussis
Students will be able to recognize the…
presentation (signs and symptoms) of p…
Students will be able to identify the…
approach for pertussis and RSV
...
...
...
...
Students will be able to recognize the…
...
presentation (signs and symptoms) of p…
...
24 terms
Oxygenation-Asthma and RSV
Oxygenation
Asthma: Pathophysiology
Asthma: Etiology
Asthma: At Risk
-Ventilation: Inhaling O2 into the lungs and exhaling CO2 bac…
-Airways persistently inflamed, edema may be present, broncho…
-Allergens... -Respiratory tract infections... -Exercise... -Inhaled i…
-Children (narrower airway)... -Obese (can get reflux, secretion…
Oxygenation
-Ventilation: Inhaling O2 into the lungs and exhaling CO2 bac…
Asthma: Pathophysiology
-Airways persistently inflamed, edema may be present, broncho…
26 terms
Asthma/RSV- Test 3
What oxygenation issue do pts with ast…
what population is at risk for asthma
what population is at risk for RSV
what are S&S of a ventilation problem
ventilation
children, genetic component, exposure to RSV early in life, a…
children <2, not breastfed, daycare, smoker at home, poverty,…
work at breathing, inc HR/RR, nasal flaring, retractions, whe…
What oxygenation issue do pts with ast…
ventilation
what population is at risk for asthma
children, genetic component, exposure to RSV early in life, a…
47 terms
Pulmonology - RSV and Pertussis
Students will be able to recognize the…
presentation (signs and symptoms) of p…
Students will be able to identify the…
approach for pertussis and RSV
...
...
...
...
Students will be able to recognize the…
...
presentation (signs and symptoms) of p…
...
26 terms
Oxygenation (RSV, Asthma, COPD)
Highest Risk for oxygenation
Normal O2 Sat
RSV Def
incubation period for RSV
very young and very old
95-100%
respiratory syncytial virus, virus invade small bronchi and b…
5-8 days
Highest Risk for oxygenation
very young and very old
Normal O2 Sat
95-100%
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
25 terms
RTIs - RSV and PIV
RSV
PIV
RSV and PIV
croup
respiratory syncytial virus
parainfluenza virus
only one single chromosome, so they don't vary antigenically…
-syndrome of fever, hoarseness, and barking cough in kids 6-1…
RSV
respiratory syncytial virus
PIV
parainfluenza virus
29 terms
Oxygenation: Asthma & RSV/Bronchiolitis
pathophysiology RSV/Bronchiolitis
RSV (respiratory syncytial virus)
Bronchiolitis
asthma
-virus starts to merge w/ squamous cells in lungs -when they…
-is a highly contagious respiratory infection that affects al…
-is a lower respiratory tract illness that occurs when an inf…
-is a chronic inflammatory disease of the lungs characterized…
pathophysiology RSV/Bronchiolitis
-virus starts to merge w/ squamous cells in lungs -when they…
RSV (respiratory syncytial virus)
-is a highly contagious respiratory infection that affects al…
30 terms
Lecture 37 Influenza, RSV, & Adenovirus
Influenza Viruses
Types ABC
Hemagglutinin
Neuraminidase
-Orthomyxoviridae family... -Enveloped, negative sense RNA virus…
1. Type A... -Isolated from humans, pigs, horses, sea mammals, a…
- Type I integral membrane glycoprotein... - virus receptor bind…
-Type II integral membrane glycoprotein... -cleaves sialic acid…
Influenza Viruses
-Orthomyxoviridae family... -Enveloped, negative sense RNA virus…
Types ABC
1. Type A... -Isolated from humans, pigs, horses, sea mammals, a…
19 terms
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…
16 terms
NP-RSV, Pertussis
Pertussis tx children
pertussis tx nonpreg adults
pertussis tx preg adults
RSV tx: mild
infants < 1month... azithromycin 10mg/kg po daily for 5 days... inf…
1) azithromycin 500mg po once, then 250mg mg once daily on da…
1) prophalactic tx if exposed and not vaccinated in last 5 yr…
closely monitor high risk infants... with atopy: manage asthma o…
Pertussis tx children
infants < 1month... azithromycin 10mg/kg po daily for 5 days... inf…
pertussis tx nonpreg adults
1) azithromycin 500mg po once, then 250mg mg once daily on da…
29 terms
Oxygenation: Asthma & RSV/Bronchiolitis
pathophysiology RSV/Bronchiolitis
RSV (respiratory syncytial virus)
Bronchiolitis
asthma
-virus starts to merge w/ squamous cells in lungs -when they…
-is a highly contagious respiratory infection that affects al…
-is a lower respiratory tract illness that occurs when an inf…
-is a chronic inflammatory disease of the lungs characterized…
pathophysiology RSV/Bronchiolitis
-virus starts to merge w/ squamous cells in lungs -when they…
RSV (respiratory syncytial virus)
-is a highly contagious respiratory infection that affects al…
19 terms
Acute Bronchitis, Bronchiolitis, RSV
inspiratory stridor
expiratory wheezing
acute bronchitis
acute bronchitis
this is a sign of upper airway obstruction
this is a sign of lower airway obstruction
a self-limited inflammation of the bronchi due to an upper ai…
common etiologies:... -influenza A, B... -parainfluenza... -rhinovirus…
inspiratory stridor
this is a sign of upper airway obstruction
expiratory wheezing
this is a sign of lower airway obstruction
9 terms
Ikonne- Pharm for RSV
fluid, oxygen
bronchodilators, steroids
palivizumab
palivizumab
primary treatment for RSV
inconclusive treatment for RSV
binds RSV envelope fusion protein
prevents cell to cell fusion fo RSV infectiond cells
fluid, oxygen
primary treatment for RSV
bronchodilators, steroids
inconclusive treatment for RSV
30 terms
Bronchiolitis, Croup & RSV
Bronchiolitis
Epidemiology of Bronchiolitis
Risk Factors
Etiology
Inflammation of bronchioles (lower resp. tract infection) ... Ac…
Affects 0-24mo (Peak incidence between 2-8mo)... By age 3: Almos…
Low birth weight... Prematurity... Low socioeconomic background... Cro…
60-90% caused by RSV ... Spreads thru inhalation of droplets, di…
Bronchiolitis
Inflammation of bronchioles (lower resp. tract infection) ... Ac…
Epidemiology of Bronchiolitis
Affects 0-24mo (Peak incidence between 2-8mo)... By age 3: Almos…
13 terms
Influenza and RSV Viral Pharmacology
Neuraminidase Inhibitors
To escap and infect other cells, influ…
Neuraminidase inhibitors MOA
Oseltamivir
- Oseltamivir... - Zanamavir
- Viral neuraminidase (sialidase) must cleave the "tether" to…
- Virus stays anchored, can't escape... -
- Oral (suspension, capsule)... - Nausea (20% incidence)... - Tream…
Neuraminidase Inhibitors
- Oseltamivir... - Zanamavir
To escap and infect other cells, influ…
- Viral neuraminidase (sialidase) must cleave the "tether" to…
51 terms
Influenza, Cough, RSV
Common symptoms of flu
Best way to prevent flu
Ways to be vaccinated
Recommended age for receiving the flu…
fever... cough... sore throat... runny/stuffy nose... body aches... headache…
vaccination
IM injection... intradermal injection (18-64 y/o)... live-attenuate…
6 months and older
Common symptoms of flu
fever... cough... sore throat... runny/stuffy nose... body aches... headache…
Best way to prevent flu
vaccination
2 of 10