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Obstructive lung disease
History of Atopic Disease
Hypertrophy of smooth muscle
Charcot Leyden crystals
Initially decreased PaCO2
Symptoms (Bronchoconstriction) and Rescue Inhaler Use ≤ 2 / Week
No Interference With ADLs
Nighttime Awakening < 2 / Month
> 80 % of Predicted FEV1
Persistent Mild Asthma
Symptoms (Brochoconstriction) and Rescue Inhaler Use > 2 Days / Week
Nighttime Awakening 3-4 / Month
Greater or equal to 80 % of Predicted FEV1
Persistent Moderate Asthma
Symptoms (Bronchoconstriction) and Rescue Inhaler Use Daily
Nighttime Awakening > 1 / Week
60-80% Predicted FEV1
FEV1/FVC Decreased 5%
Persistent Severe Asthma
Symptoms (Bronchoconstriction) and Rescue Inhaler Use: Multiple/ Day
Surface Fusion Protein Causes Multinucleated Cells
Bronchiolitis in Babies
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)
Double Stranded DNA
Signs and Symptoms
Day Care Centers
Acute Hemorrhagic Cystitis
Hemagglutinin for Viral Entry
Neuraminidase for Virion Release
Reassortment of genome to cause major change
Minor Antigenic Mutations
Reye Syndrome with Aspirin Use
Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Characteristics
Mycolic Acid Cell Wall
Carbolfuchsin Stain Red
Serpentine Cord Factor
Hilar Lymph Nodes
Reactivation in Apex
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