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H1N1 Influenza Preparedness Workforce Protection

H1N1 Influenza Preparedness Workforce Protection

H1N1 Influenza Preparedness Workforce Protection May 5, 2009 A viral infection that occurs in pigs Infected pigs rarely infect humans “Cocktail” Virus – Swine, Avian & Human Flu

By Gabriel
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HEPATIC COMPLICATIONS OF IBD

HEPATIC COMPLICATIONS OF IBD

HEPATIC COMPLICATIONS OF IBD. Preeti A. Reshamwala, MD University of Maryland Medical Center Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. ABNORMAL HEPATIC BIOCHEMISTRIES IN IBD PATIENTS. HEPATIC COMPLICATIONS OF IBD. Alcoholic liver disease Viral hepatitis Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis

By albert
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Hong Kong Association of Blood Transfusion & Haematology NAT and Viral Safety in Blood Transfusion

Hong Kong Association of Blood Transfusion & Haematology NAT and Viral Safety in Blood Transfusion

Hong Kong Association of Blood Transfusion & Haematology NAT and Viral Safety in Blood Transfusion Dr. P.H. Yu Medical Officer Department of Pathology Tseung Kwan O Hospital Viral Safety in Blood Transfusion

By LeeJohn
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Clinical management of the individuals with ILI

Clinical management of the individuals with ILI

Influenza A H1N1 infection. Clinical management of the individuals with ILI. IPHKL. Dr Thahira Jamal Mohamed Infectious Diseases Unit Institut Pediatrik Hospital Kuala Lumpur. Influenza-Like Illness Case Definition.

By Melvin
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Bleeding disorders due to vascular & platelets abnormalities

Bleeding disorders due to vascular & platelets abnormalities

Bleeding disorders due to vascular & platelets abnormalities. Abnormal bleeding may result from: 1- Vascular disorders 2- Thrombocytopenia (low platelets) 3- Platelet function defects 4- Defective coagulation. Vascular bleeding disorders:.

By Mercy
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Integumentary System

Integumentary System

Integumentary System. CHAPTER 5. Integumentary System. Skin Integument or cutaneous membrane Epidermis Dermis Subcutaneous layer Accessory structures Hair Nails Glands. Layers and Structures of the Skin. Skin Lesions. Abrasion

By lotus
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Virus Structure Tutorial

Virus Structure Tutorial

Virus Structure Tutorial . Shuchismita Dutta, Ph.D. RCSB PDB, 2008. Introduction. Viruses can cause a variety of diseases from common cold and the flu to serious illnesses such as AIDS, dengue fever, measles, small pox and bird flu.

By Patman
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Pathogenesis of viral infection

Pathogenesis of viral infection

Pathogenesis of viral infection. ( Foundation Block , Microbiology : 2017). Dr.Malak M. El-Hazmi. OBJECTIVES. definition and levels of viral pathogenesis. cellular level. host level. The immune response to viral infection. The stages of viral infection.

By Ava
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Surveillance diagnoses

Surveillance diagnoses

Surveillance diagnoses. 465.9 URI 462 Acute Pharyngitis 461.9 Acute Sinusitis 466 Acute Bronchitis 463 Acute Tonsillitis 079.99 Viral Infection 460 Common Cold 786.2 Cough 034.0 Strep Pharyngitis 493.9 Asthma 487.1 Influenza (respiratory) 780.6 Fever.

By galen
(313 views)

Childhood Diseases

Childhood Diseases

Childhood Diseases. Information retrieved on 9/20/2006 from: www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus.html. Infectious Mononucleosis. AKA Mono, “Kissing Disease”, Epstein-Barr Viral Syndrome Cause: Epstein-Barr virus and Cytomegalovirus Both from the herpes virus family Incubation period: 7-14 days.

By kosey
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Aquaculture Viruses

Aquaculture Viruses

Aquaculture Viruses. What a Virus Isn’t. Not a bacterium... Not independent... Cannot survive in absence of a living cell within which to replicate... Antibiotics generally don’t work on them. What Viruses Are. Infectious agents composed mainly of nucleic acid with a protein coat ( capsid )

By ossie
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Using the integrated Public Health Information System (iPHIS) to Conduct Enhanced Mumps Surveillance in Ontario

Using the integrated Public Health Information System (iPHIS) to Conduct Enhanced Mumps Surveillance in Ontario

Using the integrated Public Health Information System (iPHIS) to Conduct Enhanced Mumps Surveillance in Ontario. Ahalya Mahendra Epidemiologist Infectious Disease Surveillance Section MOHLTC. Mumps.

By milla
(251 views)

Pericarditis

Pericarditis

Pericarditis. Definition :. Is inflammation of pericardial layer of the heart. pericardial layer covers the heart and protect it from any infection. . Causes :. I. Infection: is the most important cause:. A. Viral infection: this is the most important cause in infection coxachi A virus.

By whitfield
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Cell Therapy – A Manufacturing Viewpoint

Cell Therapy – A Manufacturing Viewpoint

Cell Therapy – A Manufacturing Viewpoint. Anita Bate PhD Eden Biodesign. Cell Therapy of Cancer Symposium, Manchester Sunday 3 rd December 2006. Eden Biodesign. Operator of the National Biomanufacturing centre Consultancy Process Development GMP Manufacture

By cayla
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Renal Diseases

Renal Diseases

Renal Diseases. AH 120. The Nephron: The Functional Unit of the Kidney. Hypertension Systolic BP > 140 mmhg and/or Diastolic BP > 90 mmhg. Mechanism is similar to what happens in CHF Decreased pressure sensed by JG cells activates the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone mechanism

By sven
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CHIKUNGUNYA FEVER

CHIKUNGUNYA FEVER

Updated until 23 rd September 2006. CHIKUNGUNYA FEVER. Dr. R.V.S.N.Sarma., M.D., M.Sc., (Canada) Consultant Physician and Chest Specialist. www.drsarma.in. What is this tongue twister ?. It is CHIKUNGUNYA To be pronounced as [chick’-en-GUN-yah] It is not written as CHICKEN GUINEA

By marciano
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Infectious Disease

Infectious Disease

Infectious Disease. Pathogens are microorganisms that cause disease. A host is any organism that is capable of supporting the nutritional and physical growth requirements of another organism. Infection is the presence and multiplication of a parasitic organism in the host.

By kiona
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Eukaryotic Translation Regulation PTRM Class February 8, 2011

Eukaryotic Translation Regulation PTRM Class February 8, 2011

Eukaryotic Translation Regulation PTRM Class February 8, 2011. Differences. Translation and Transcription are uncoupled. mRNAs are monocistronic. mRNA has a 5’cap structure. mRNA has a poly(A) tail (except Histone mRNA) Ribosomes bind to the RNA at the 5’end (no Shine Dalgarno sequence).

By ranae
(744 views)

INFECTIONS OF THE ORAL MUCOSA

INFECTIONS OF THE ORAL MUCOSA

INFECTIONS OF THE ORAL MUCOSA. VIRAL INFECTION BACTERIAL INFECTION FUNGAL INFECTION. Viral infectious diseases. Herpes simplex virus(HSV) Primary herpetic gingivostomatitis (type I H.S.V)

By yates
(486 views)

Clinical management of the individuals with ILI

Clinical management of the individuals with ILI

Influenza A H1N1 infection. Clinical management of the individuals with ILI. IPHKL. Dr Thahira Jamal Mohamed Infectious Diseases Unit Institut Pediatrik Hospital Kuala Lumpur. Influenza-Like Illness Case Definition.

By lowri
(184 views)

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