D istributed C omputing G roup. On the Impact of Malicious Players in Distributed Systems. Stefan Schmid. DYNAMO’07: 1st Workshop on Dynamic Networks (Salerno, Italy, May 2007). Talk is based on PODC’06 paper, joint work with Dr. Thomas Moscibroda, MS ResearchBy holtmarie
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Topics. Minimal IC Program staffing1 ICP 150 adjusted occupied bedsMandatory CBIC certificationLegislative bill, that the Health Commission adopt rules to establish staff qualifications including professional requirements for hospital staff, did not pass . Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAIs).
Infection. Our ViIlain. There are three main types of Influenza Viruses. (many strains) Type A Type B Type C – Not clinically important in humans. The variation in viruses is based on the surface antigens. Hemagglutinin (H) Neuraminidase (N). In Australia.
Infection. Unit 12. Understanding Microbes. Location of microbes: Skin Mouth Within our bodies (intestines) In and on food we eat (meats, condiments) On what we touch or handle (desk, doors, handrails, etc.) Nonpathogens : microbes that are useful to us. They do not cause disease.
INFECTION. Sr.Banumathy, OT. Infection. Definition:. The entry with multiplication of an organism in the tissue of a host is Infection. Inflammation. Definition:.
Infection. 2006 Dr. Nasser Rizk. Infection. Invasion and multiplication of microorganisms inside body producing S&S and immune response. Severity of infection depends on : 1- Pathogenicity 2- number 3- host defenses Transmission of infection needs:
Infection . Learning objectives. The life of an infection. (Try to explain the graph). The main Pathogens (germs). Bacteria contd. Other bacterial disease. Viruses. Viruses. Viral life cycle. http://www.wisc-online.com/Objects/ViewObject.aspx?ID=SCE404. Viral diseases.
Infection. Tumors Grafts. Specificity Memory “Tolerance“. IMMUNITY. “innate resistance“ > 95 % Ab in eggs protective memory via Ab (vaccines) TB: no vaccine autoimmunity > 30 y, female > male 5 : 1. B cell – Ab responses. local mucosal IgA no T / LN / Peyer
How are organisms transmitted? Direct Contact Person to Person Staff to Patient Patient to Staff. INFECTION. Indirect Contact. Other way than touching an infected person Fomite- Inanimate object 1. Dust 2. Moisture droplet- aerosol effect -talking
Infection. Chapter 9. Microorganism/Human Relationship. Mutual relationship Normal flora Relationship can be breached by injury Leave their normal sites and cause infection elsewhere Opportunistic microorganisms. Stages of Infection. Colonization Invasion Multiplication Spread.