| abstract || Pneumocystis || 2009 |
Etiology. Pathogenesis. Epidemiology of pneumocystic pneumonia. Diagnostics. Prevention
| abstract || Chronic hepatitis || 2009 |
Chronic hepatitis. Chronic hepatitis B. Pathogenesis. Symptoms and course. Chronic replicative GW. Cirrhosis of the liver. Differential diagnosis. Treatment. Forecast. Chronic hepatitis C. Symptoms and course. Chronic replicative GW. Cirrhosis of the liver. Differential diagnosis. Treatment. Forecast. Chronic hepatitis D. Pathogenesis. Symptoms and course. Chronic replicative GW. Cirrhosis of the liver. Differential diagnosis. Treatment. Forecast.
| abstract || Infectious diseases. Whooping cough || 2009 |
Infectious diseases. Introduction The reasons for their occurrence. The transmission mechanism. Classification of infectious diseases. The concept of immunity. Ways of emergency and specific assistance. Whooping cough. Conclusion Bibliography.
| Lecture || Brucellosis. || 2009 |
| Etiology Epidemiology Pathogenesis Clinic Acute brucellosis Subacute brucellosis Chronic brucellosis Diagnosis Brucellosis prophylaxis Specific prophylaxis |
| Course work || Prevention and treatment of influenza and other acute respiratory viral infections || 2008 |
| Introduction Chapter I. Characterization of the main aspects of the onset and development of acute respiratory diseases: The concept of acute respiratory diseases (ARD). Etiological and epidemiology of acute respiratory infections in Russia. Characteristics of outbreaks of colds. Chapter II Means of prevention and treatment of influenza and other acute respiratory viral infections: The clinical picture of influenza and other acute respiratory infections. The newest means of prevention of acute respiratory infections. Chapter III. The influence of various factors on the development of the epidemic process. Conclusion Bibliography. |
| Strachunsky LS, Belousov Yu.B., Kozlov S.N. (Ed.) || Practical Guide to Anti-infective Chemotherapy || 2007 |
| This manual is the second, considerably expanded and supplemented, edition issued in 2000 and has won great popularity among Russian doctors of the book “Antibacterial Therapy. A practical guide. The new edition, retaining the overall structure as a whole, has been substantially increased in content. It included new sections devoted both to the description of antifungal, antiviral, antiprotozoal and antihelminthic drugs, and their use in related infections, including AIDS. The section of antibacterial drugs is supplemented with a new class of oxazolidinones. Dosage forms are considered not only for systemic (as it was in the first edition), but also for topical administration. Additionally introduced chapters for the treatment of eye infections, as well as on the pharmacoepidemiology of antibacterial drugs. The manual consists of several parts. In the first part, questions of clinical microbiology are mainly considered. Data on the mechanisms of formation of resistance of microorganisms are given, their clinical significance is discussed. A review of the current state of antibiotic resistance in Russia, without which it is impossible to plan antibiotic therapy, is made. |
| Manual for doctors || Malaria and its prevention || 2005 |
| Malaria pathogens Pathogenesis Laboratory diagnosis Malignant forms of malaria Treatment of malaria Treatment of complicated malaria |
| Yu.V. Lobzin || Infectious diseases || 2000 |
| The manual for practical classes in infectious diseases is intended for cadets of the 4th, 5th and 6th courses of the faculties of training doctors and is aimed at ensuring independent work in the process of practical training in the clinic of infectious diseases. It is a teaching aid with the help of which cadets can independently master the methods and practical skills necessary for the physician of the medical unit to diagnose and treat infectious patients. |
| Boriskin I.V. || Emergency conditions in the clinic of infectious diseases || 2000 |
| Each organ and system of the human body has a certain margin of safety. This allows you to maintain the constancy of the internal environment under the action of strong stimuli. These include pathogens of infectious diseases. An emergency is life threatening and requires urgent intervention, close attention and intensive care. |
| OK Pozdeev, E.R. Fedorov || Pneumococci || 1999 |
| Guidelines contain basic information about the classification and properties of pneumococci. Special sections are devoted to issues of laboratory diagnosis, treatment and prevention of pneumococcal infection. |
Methodical recommendations are intended for students of medical institutes and universities.
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