Healthy Immune System
HIV Infected Immune System
HIV Transmission
Definitions
HIV/AIDS
100
This is the immune system's first line of defense.
What is Skin
100
This attaches itself to the Helper T-Cell once it has entered the body.
What is the HIV pathogen
100
Donating blood to the Red Cross, Blood, Saliva, Tattoos. Out of the previous list, these can transmit the HIV virus.
What are blood and tattoos
100
This is a time period from six months to 10-12 years during HIV infection with no symptoms.
What is asymptomatic?
100
HIV is an acronym for this.
What is Human Immunodeficiency Virus.
200
This identifies pathogens in the immune system.
What are T-cells
200
Once an HIV infected person becomes symptomatic, these are the most common symptoms.
What are flu-like symptoms
200
Fluid surrounding an unborn child, Sweat, Sharing drug needles, Public Bathrooms/Phones. Out of the previous list, these can transmit the HIV virus.
What is Fluid surrounding and unborn child and sharing needles.
200
This is a virus that attacks the body’s immune system.
What is HIV?
200
AIDS is an acronym for this.
What is Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
300
This part of the immune produces antibodies.
What is B-cells
300
The HIV pathogen injects its own DNA into this aspect of the immune system.
What is T cells
300
Breastfeeding, Unprotected Anal Sex, Unprotected Oral Sex, Urine. Out of the previous list, these can transmit the HIV virus.
What is Breastfeeding, unprotected anal sex, and unprotected oral sex.
300
AIDS-OIs is an acronym for this.
What is Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome-Opportunistic Illnesses
300
The HIV virus reproduces this in T-cells.
What is DNA or Genetic Material
400
A healthy immune system can protect itself from pathogens through the constant reproduction of this.
What are antibodies
400
The destruction of signals between these two aspects of the immune system occurs during the HIV infection process.
What are T cells and B cells
400
Semen / Vaginal Secretion, Mosquitoes, Mucus, Fluid surrounding the brain/spine. Out of the previous list, these can transmit the HIV virus.
What are Semen, Vaginal Secretions, and Fluid surrounding the brain and spine
400
These are illnesses that are normally beaten by a healthy immune system, but cause death to an HIV infected individual.
What are AIDS-OI's?
400
This is the only way to know if you are infected with HIV.
What is getting tested
500
This is the part of the immune system that engulfs the pathogen.
What is macrophage
500
The destruction of signals leads to less production of this in the immune system.
What are antibodies
500
This is the most common mode of transmission of the HIV virus.
What is sexual activity.
500
Those with a helper T Cell count below 200/cc are said to have this disease.
What is AIDS?
500
HIV transmission occurs once out of this many transplant procedures.
What is 1.5 million
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