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Understanding Laboratory Testing for Lyme Disease

Understanding Laboratory Testing for Lyme Disease

Understanding Laboratory Testing for Lyme Disease. Christina Nelson, MD, MPH, FAAP Medical Epidemiologist. Lyme Disease Clinician Forum June 6 th , 2013. Photo credit: CDC PHIL. National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases. Division of Vector-Borne Diseases. Disclosures.

By wells
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Queen's University Off-Campus Activity Safety Policy

Queen's University Off-Campus Activity Safety Policy

Queen's University Off-Campus Activity Safety Policy. 2019-05. Emergency Procedures (1):. First aid kits will be carried with us at all times (with triangular bandages, various over the counter drugs including benadryl ) Another First aid kits is available at the station .

By jasia
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What makes Lyme disease such a medical challenge?

What makes Lyme disease such a medical challenge?

What makes Lyme disease such a medical challenge? . Holly Ahern MS, MT(ASCP) Associate Professor of Microbiology SUNY Adirondack, Queensbury, NY ahernh@sunyacc.edu. Lyme Disease – A Tick-borne Spirochetosis ?.

By wentworth
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Lyme Disease and The Lyme Disease Vaccine

Lyme Disease and The Lyme Disease Vaccine

Lyme Disease and The Lyme Disease Vaccine. Presentation By Jason Hadrath. Characterized by inflammation of:. 1. connective tissue (skin and joints). 2. nervous tissue. 3. cardiac tissue. What is Lyme Disease?. A multisystem inflammatory disease.

By jin
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Effects of climate change on transmission of vector-borne diseases

Effects of climate change on transmission of vector-borne diseases

Effects of climate change on transmission of vector-borne diseases. Howard S. Ginsberg, Ph.D. USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center University of Rhode Island. “Hockey stick” graph shows dramatically increasing Global temperatures during the past half century. precipitation.

By halil
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Ridgefield Health Department Ridgefield, CT 06877 Blastlyme

Ridgefield Health Department Ridgefield, CT 06877 Blastlyme

Ridgefield Health Department Ridgefield, CT 06877 Blastlyme.org. Which tick-borne diseases should we be concerned about?. Several diseases can be acquired from the bite of an infected blacklegged (deer) tick: Lyme Disease Babesiosis Anaplasmosis Borrelia miyamotoi Powassan Disease P

By leona
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LYME Disease

LYME Disease

LYME Disease. Staff Training Adapted from training developed by Ed Morris, NEZ Ecologist. Lyme Disease. Lyme disease is spread by the blacklegged tick ( Ixodes scapularis ), often referred to as a ‘deer tick.‘

By nevaeh
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Ear Mites

Ear Mites

Ear Mites. Coccidia. Ear Mites. Flea. Gingivitis. Heart worm. Hookworm. Lice. Lyme Disease. Mange Mites. Pin Worm. Ring Worm. Round Worm. Tape Worm. Ticks. Tumors. Whip Worm.

By chun
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Lyme disease is a Bacterial Infection

Lyme disease is a Bacterial Infection

Lyme disease is caused by bacteria called Borrelia burgdorferi. It is a bacterial infection that is spread through the bite of one of several types of ticks.

By PeterDobie
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Lyme Disease

Lyme Disease

Lyme disease was named in 1977 when arthritis was observed in a cluster of children in and around Lyme, CN

By guest97408
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ARTHROPODS

ARTHROPODS

ARTHROPODS. Arthropod Characteristics. Bilateral symmetry Exoskeleton made of chitin Shed (Molted) with growth Protection Prevent water loss Support body Attach to muscles. Jointed appendages Allows flexibility and different tasks Have body segments Related to segmented worms.

By zalman
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Pest Control

Pest Control

Pest Control. Using Integrated Pest Management Ch. 3 & 4. Topics for Free Response Question For Ch. 3 & 4 APES Test. r-strategists for reproduction K-strategists for reproduction Graph interpretation Food web sketch Experimental design IPM – Integrated pest management. What are pests?.

By iren
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Agents of Disease

Agents of Disease

Agents of Disease. Mrs. Pittaluga 8 th Grade Science. Viruses. http://www.examiner.com/article/swine-flu-h1n1-pandemic-should-not-mean-panic. H1N1 Virus. Characteristics. Nonliving Neither a prokaryote or an eukaryote Prokaryote – no nucleus or other defined organelles

By haracha
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www.autismtreatmenttrust.org www.loreneamet.net

www.autismtreatmenttrust.org www.loreneamet.net

Lyme Disease in Autism: Diagnosis and Treatment Options. Introduction Inflammation/ oxydative stress Diagnosis Disease paradigm Antibiotic Treatment Naturopathic approaches A parent perspective. www.autismtreatmenttrust.org www.loreneamet.net. Lyme Disease Agents.

By merlin
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Germs and Disease

Germs and Disease

Germs and Disease. Disease-any condition that interferes with the proper functioning of the body or mind. Communicable disease-disease that can be spread to a person from another person, animal, or object. Germs-organisms that are so small that they can be seen only through a microscope.

By pekelo
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Lyme Disease

Lyme Disease

Lyme Disease. Bud Ivey CPHI(C) March 20 2014. Lyme Disease . First identified in 1975 in a group of arthritis patients in Lyme, Connecticut 1978 it was found to be tick related 1981 Borrelia burgdorferi was identified as the main cause of Lyme disease. Where is it Found?.

By ula
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Martha’s Vineyard Boards of Health Tick-Borne Illness Initiative

Martha’s Vineyard Boards of Health Tick-Borne Illness Initiative

Martha’s Vineyard Boards of Health Tick-Borne Illness Initiative. MDPH Internship 2012 Hannah Emily Nichols. Martha’s Vineyard. Martha’s Vineyard is an island off the coast of MA Year-round population: 20,000 Summer population: 100,000 Tick-borne illnesses are endemic on the island

By lynton
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Survival Relationships

Survival Relationships

Survival Relationships. Survival relationships. Mutualism Commensalism Parasitism. Mutualism. A symbiotic (permanent, close) relationship in which both species benefit from the interaction. Examples: plant – pollinator, plant – seed disperser, ants - aphids. Plants - Pollinator.

By kerri
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Bacteria and Viruses

Bacteria and Viruses

Bacteria and Viruses. p. 137 in ILL 6/1/12. Bacteria. Characteristics Oldest forms of life on Earth Single- celled organisms Prokaryotic—no nucleus Contain DNA

By sofia
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The Ecology of Lyme Disease o aks, moths, mice, gypsy moths, and lyme disease

The Ecology of Lyme Disease o aks, moths, mice, gypsy moths, and lyme disease

The Ecology of Lyme Disease o aks, moths, mice, gypsy moths, and lyme disease. Gypsy Moth Defoliation (1975-2008). The white-footed mouse can regulate gypsy moth populations. While gypsy moth populations have been down the incidence of Lyme disease has increased What is going on?.

By lorant
(217 views)

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