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abstract Safety of medical personnel in terms of prevention of infection with viral infections 2012
Introduction Risk factors for infection of surgeons with viral hepatitis and types of prevention General concept of HIV infection and prevention of HIV infection in surgery Conclusion References
Crib Infectious Disease Exam Answers 2011
Answers to the exam on infectious diseases. They include short answers to the exam questions of the department of Belarusian State Medical University. Table of contents: typhus, typhoid fever, paratyphoid fever, salmonellosis, plague, cholera, anthrax, dehydration control methods, OKA, influenza, etc.
abstract Prevention of parenteral viral hepatitis 2011
Parenteral (blood-contact) hepatitis. Ways of infection. Prevention measures. Epidemiological screening. Immediate immunoglobulin prophylaxis. Infection of a medical worker.
Lectures Meningococcal infection and Whooping cough. Parakoklyush 2011
Meningococcal infection: Historical background, Pathogen, 3 groups of sources of the pathogen, Mechanisms of infection, Pathogenesis, Clinic, Meningococcal carriage. Whooping cough. Paracoclusum: Historical background, Epidemiology, Pathogenesis, Clinical picture, Diagnosis, Indications for hospitalization, Home treatment, Vaccine prophylaxis. ANTIEPIDEMIC MEASURES IN THE ORIGIN OF MENINOCOCCOME INFECTION ANTIEPIDEMIC MEASURES IN THE ORIGIN OF SEARCH
abstract Intestinal infections and their prevention. Distinctive signs of intestinal infections from foodborne microbial poisoning 2011
“Intestinal infections and their prevention. Distinguishing signs of intestinal infections from foodborne microbial poisoning "Acute intestinal infections include typhoid fever, paratyphoids A and B, dysentery, cholera, infectious hepatitis, etc. - oral, contact-household), similar intestinal manifestations of the disease (intestinal function disorder), as well as general principles of control and prevention. Sources of infection are only a sick person and a bacterium carrier; with the exception of paratyphoid fever, the source of which, besides humans, may be some animals (cattle, pigs, birds). A special role in the spread of intestinal infections belongs to the food and waterways, which is associated with long-term survival of pathogens in water and food.
abstract Measles 2011

Characteristics of the pathogen

Epidemiological characteristics of the disease

Principles of microbiological diagnosis

Principles of treatment and prevention of the disease



Lecture AIDS 2011
Lecture for students and general practitioners. Historical background Etiology. Epidemiology. Pathogenesis. Clinical picture. Five main forms of AIDS Laboratory diagnosis Treatment.
abstract Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) 2011
This essay contains fairly complete information on the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), as well as on the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). The material is given in a fairly clear, interesting form and is suitable for a report on any course, any university, any specialty. Content: 1. Introduction 2. What is AIDS 3. Medical History and HIV 4. Hypothesis # 1: Monkeys are to blame for everything 5. Hypothesis # 2: The virus that causes AIDS is much older than previously thought 6. Hypothesis # 3: HIV There always existed 7. Hypothesis №4: HIV appeared due to the mistakes of scientists 8. Hypothesis №5: HIV was obtained in Pentagon laboratories 9. AIDS in Russia 10. Life expectancy of the virus outside the human body 11. HIV is the cause of AIDS 12. Conclusion 13 Bibliographic list
Lectures Clinic, diagnosis, prevention of infectious diseases 2010
The material contains information on clinical and laboratory diagnostics, specific and nonspecific prevention of infectious diseases including rabies, botulism, typhoid fever, paratyphoid fever, viral hepatitis, influenza, dysentery, diphtheria, measles, rubella. malaria, meningococcal and parotid infection, salmonellosis, anthrax and more.
Crib Infectious diseases 2010
Typhoid fever. Paratypus A and V. Holera. Amebiasis. Iersiniosis. Ascariasis. Trichinosis. Typhus typhus, Brill-Zinsser b.n. Echinococcosis. Enterobiasis. Ku-fever. Lyme-borreliosis. Leptospirosis. Tularemia. Siberian ulcer. Meningococcal infection. Chuma. Column. Rabies. Ornithosis. Legionellosis. Roza. Gripp. Food toxicoinfections. Salmonellosis.
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