I. Genital Herpes
a. Physiology etiology: STD caused by herpes simplex virus
b. Signs: decreased appetite, fever, malaise, muscle aches, swollen lymph nodes, blisters on genitalia, sometimes discharge in women, painful urination
c. Treatments: Herpes cannot be cured but antiviral medications can reduce and relieve symptoms of herpes
d. Nursing Actions: See Below
a. Physical etiology: STD caused by Treponema pallidum (the bacteria that causes syphilis). Chancres are the primary stage of syphilis and transmit syphilis from person to ...
This solution explains the physiology etiology, signs, treatments and nursing actions for the following conditions: genital herpes, chancre and trichomoniasis.