Virus 1 Test Kit
The energy patterns of hepatitis, chickenpox, measles, HIV, polio, respiratory synctial virus, herpes, Epstein-Barr, coxsackie, etc. 21 vials.
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VI 1 Coxsackie
Tonsillitis/ pharyngitis, childhood pneumonia, upper respiratory tract infection, greyish ulcers of soft palate and fauces, Bornholm disease, fever, hand foot and mouth disease, flaccid paralysis, viral meningitis.
24 group A and 6 group B.
VI 2 Cytomegalovirus / CMV
Tonsillitis/ pharyngitis, encephalitis, hepatitis.
VI 3 Epstein-Barr Virus / EBV
Infectious mononucleosis, tonsillitis/ pharyngitis, glandular fever, encephalitis, hepatitis, implicated in nasopharyngeal carcinoma and lymphomas, viral meningitis.
VI 4 Hepatitis A / HAV
Particularly prevalent in developing countries. In developed nations 20% of young adults show serological evidence of past infection.
VI 5 Hepatitis B / HBV
Acute and chronic viral hepatitis, implicated in primary liver cancer. 0.1% of UK population estimated to be carriers.
VI 6 Hepatitis C / HCV
Acute and chronic viral hepatitis, implicated in primary liver cancer.
VI 7 Herpes Simplex Type 1 /HSV
Tonsillitis/ pharyngitis, cold sores, whitlows, encephalitis, oral and genital ulcers (cold sores).
Some research links it to dementia.
VI 8 Herpes Simplex Type 2 / HSV
VI 9 Herpes Zoster
VI 10 Human Immunodeficiency Virus / HIV
Tonsillitis/ pharyngitis, encephalitis.
VI 11 Influenza
Singapore A, Sichnan A, Beijing A, Shangdong A, Panama B, Yamagata B strains in this vial.
VI 12 Measles Virus
Fever and running nose, cough followed by rash, viral meningitis.
VI 13 Mumps Virus
Headache, sore throat and fever with enlarged salivary glands
VI 14 Papilloma Human Virus / HPV
Warts, verrucae, implicated in cancer of the cervix.
VI 15 Polio Virus
3 types. Type 1 most virulent.
VI 16 Respiratory Syncytial Virus / RSV
Croup, common cold, childhood pneumonia.
Asthma sometimes starts after an infection with this virus.
VI 17 Rubella Virus / German Measles Virus
German measles, rash.
VI 18 Smallpox Virus
Smallpox, influenza-type illness, pus-filled blisters.
It is believed that no reservoirs of this virus are now left outside of laboratories.
VI 19 Varicella Zoster
VI 20 Yellow Fever Virus
Occurs in tropical areas of Africa and South America.
VI 21 Parvovirus
Causes slapped cheek disease (fifth disease / erythema infectiosum); a distinctive red, lacy-like rash on cheeks (and sometimes other parts of body), headache, fever; occurs most often in children; 20% to 30% symptom-free even though infected; in adults can cause joint pains and swelling, miscarriages in the first 20 weeks of pregnancy; can cause chronic anaemia in those with HIV or who have had organ transplants.
Thought that 60% of all adults in the UK have been infected with Parvovirus at some point, usually as a child (NHS Direct).