viraemia

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viraemia

The presence of viral particles in the circulation.

viraemia

or

viremia

presence of virus particles in the bloodstream.

vi·re·mi·a

(vī-rē'mē-ă)
The presence of a virus in the bloodstream.
Synonym(s): viraemia.
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It is during this stage that, a blood transfusion from such a dengue viraemic donor can come to be a blood-borne infection in recipients.
The viraemic period (V) period for CHIKV is up to 8 days, with viral load peaking during the first 3 days of illness and declining from days 4 to 8 (Appassakij et al.
The mosquitoes were able to pick up infection while feeding on viraemic mice and could transmit the virus to fresh sibling mice on a subsequent feeding after the incubation period.
Ultimately 75% of viraemic patients will become carriers.4 Once hepatitis C related cirrhosis has developed the prognosis is poor with a high incidence of hepatic carcinoma and hepatic decompensation leading to an early death.5
Each specimen was analyzed in duplicate and the mean value reported as the viraemic level in the serum.
It should be noted that HBeAg-negative viraemic chronic hepatitis B has a poor clinical prognosis [20-22].
The movement of the viraemic people by both local and international air travel seems to be the most likely mechanism for the movement of these viruses and the significant variation in the oral susceptibility to these viruses in the various strains of mosquito vectors.
'There are a number of practical and technical reasons why this could be the case - for example, the individual animals sampled may not have been in the viraemic phase of the disease.'
Hepatitis B birth dose and universal HBV vaccination, together with third-trimester tenofovir in highly viraemic pregnant women, are highly effective in reducing incident chronic hepatitis B infection in endemic regions.
Man gets infected in a number of ways including, a bite from a viraemic tick, to coming in contact with blood and tissues of infected animals.