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Answered 2014-04-10 00:31:36

Varicella is the scientific name for chickenpox. The virus that causes chickenpox is varicella zoster virus.

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Answered 2020-10-30 05:05:43

Varicella is another name for chicken

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Answered 2020-12-15 22:25:04

I think it's another name is " Varicella".

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Varicella

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Ripon Babu
Answered 2020-12-15 22:25:51

Varicella.

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Answered 2020-12-15 22:26:48

I think, Varicella.

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What is vericela?

Varicella, as the name for the disease is properly spelled, is another name for chickenpox.


Should a person be vaccinated if another person has chickenpox?

Chickenpox vaccine can prevent chickenpox if given up to five days after exposure.


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No, chickenpox precautions and universal precautions are different. Universal precautions is the principle of treating all patients as if they were known to have an infection. Chickenpox precautions are a specific approach to isolation that takes into account both respiratory isolation and contact isolation.


Can you say viruela for chickenpox?

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What are the symptoms of chickenpox and who gets chickenpox the most?

Varicella is another name for chickenpox. There is a vaccine now for chickenpox. Children often got chickenpox when they were very young. This virus remains in the body until the immune system cannot repress it anymore. It then re-activates and forms shingles. About one in three will get shingles. A child who gets the vaccine will not get shingles when he gets older. The symptoms of chickenpox local look a lot like a "chicken pecked" a spot on the skin. These will begin to scab over in a few days. The scabs can be infectious.


Which viral infection is commonly known as chickenpox?

Varicella is the scientific name for chickenpox. This virus is known as Varicella zoster virus.


Is there a chickenpox vaccine?

Yes, there is a vaccine for chickenpox (medical name varicella) as well as for shingles.Yes. It is called the varicella vaccine.


How can you be a carrier of chickenpox?

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What is the scientific name for chickenpox virus?

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What is the term for adult chickenpox?

There is no special name for adult chickenpox, but shingles is an illness that can occur in those who previously had chickenpox. Adults typically do not get chickenpox unless the adult never had chickenpox before. Instead, children get chickenpox and recover. The body carries the virus. Then, late in life, usually over at an age of over 50 years old, a person who had chickenpox as a child may develop shingles. A person must have had chickenpox in the past to then develop shingles in late life.


Why is chickenpox a communicable disease?

Chickenpox is considered a communicable disease because it can be transmitted from one person to another. It's caused by a very contagious virus.


Is chickenpox infectious or noninfectious?

Chickenpox is an infectious disease because it has an etiologic agent or a microorganism that caused the disease. it can also be transmitted from one person to another.


What is the general name for diseases such as the cold flu chickenpox hepatitis?

Cold, flu, chickenpox, and hepatitis are all infectious viral diseases.


How do you spell chickenpox?

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Is chickenpox real?

Yes chicken pocks are realYes, chickenpox is a real disease, despite its common name. The scientific name for chickenpox is varicella.


What is the name of the chickenpox vaccine?

Chickenpox vaccine is called varicella zoster vaccine. Varivax is one brand name in the US. On an immunization record, it may be abbreviated VAR or VZV.


Can you carry chickenpox if you had the vaccine?

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Can you get chickenpox from someone who was exposed to chickenpox?

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If the chickenpox and shingles are caused by the same virus why is the virus called varicella zoster when it's associated with chickenpox and herpes zoster when it's associated wit?

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There is no chickenpox RNA; chickenpox is a DNA virus.


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Can you test positive if you had chickenpox vaccine but never had chickenpox?

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Can you catch chickenpox in Antarctica?

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