Nursing Ch 13
March 19, 2018
Scholarly Activity
March 19, 2018

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Include a powerpoint slides with the notes for presentation
How to prepare for the Seminar

General Information:

1. Follow Exactly the order below

1. No Cut & Past

1. No text (Paragraph); Use numbers or Points

1. 10 min. Talk & 5 min. Questions

A. Viruses & Diseases: Follow the following order:

Slide 1:

Title:

Your Name:

University Number:

Supervisor:

Slide 2:

Family:

Photo for the virus showing all its parts

Morphology (Symmetry): Icosahedral or Helical, or Complex

Genome: DNA, ssDNA, RNA, dsRNA, +ssRNA, -ssRNA

Replication: Endocytosis, Fusion, TranslocationNucleus, Cytoplasm Lyses or Budding

Slide 3: Introduction

Slide 4: Pathogenesis

· Affected organ

· Signs & Symptoms

· Complications

Slide 5: Transmission

· Droplets

· Blood

· Secretions

· Needles

· Contact

· Sex

· Fecal – Oral

Slide 6: Immunity (Chart showing the immune response)

Slide 7: Laboratory Diagnosis

· ELISA

· EM

· IF

· PCR

Slide 8: Prevention and Control (Vaccine)

Slide 9: Treatment

Slide 10: References

B. Terms e.g., Current vaccines: Follow the Following Order:

Slide 1:

Title:

Your Name:

University Number:

Supervisor: Prof. Dr

Slide 2:

Definition

Slide 3:

Types

Slide 4 – 9:

Preparation, Administration, Age, Advantages….

Slide 10: References
Avian Influenza

Abdulrahim Mutair Alamri

201315960

(34)

Supervisor : Prof. Dr. Mamdoh Harahsha

Family : Orthomyxovirus

Morphology : – Helical

– Envelope

Genome: -ssRNA

Replication:

Endocytosis  Nucleus  Budding

Avian Influenza

Avian influenza (“bird flu”) is an infectious disease of birds caused by type A strains of the influenza virus

Avian influenza viruses do not normally infect humans. However, some are zoonotic, meaning that they can infect humans and cause disease.

Pathogenesis

Droplet RT with symptoms (malaise, cough, sore throat). Secretion .

Complications :

severe respiratory illness (e.g. pneumonia and respiratory failure)

Death may occur.

Transmission

Direct contact with infected poultry

surfaces and objects contaminated

Directly from birds or from avian virus-contaminated environments to people

Prevention and control

Avoid sources of exposure whenever possible.

People who work with poultry : use of personal protective equipment and hand hygiene.

No vaccination

Immunity

– Humoral : not important

– Cellular : TC cells and Macrophage

Avian Influenza Diagnosis

– Clinical Signs

– Virus Isolation and Characterization

– Serology

– PCR

– Histopathology and Immunochemistry

Treatment

Anti viral drugs :

Neuraminidase inhibitors : such as Zanamivir

inhibitors of the viral M2 protein : such as Amantadine.

References

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avian_influenza

http://www.cdc.gov/flu/avianflu/prevention.htm

http://www.who.int/influenza/human_animal_interface/avian_influenza/en/

HA

PB1

PB2

PA

NP

NA

MA

NS

M2

Hemagglutinin

Neuraminidase

M1

 
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