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Infectious Disease Secrets | 2nd Edition | Robert H. Gates

Infectious Disease Secrets | 2nd Edition | Robert H. Gates

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The daily headlines continue to reflect and emphasize the necessity for expertise in the field of infection. "E. coli contaminated meat", "West Nile Virus spreads", "White Powder discovered", "Bacteria specific viral lysins may hold key to ...

Item specifics

  • Author Robert H. Gates
  • Edition 2/E
  • ISBN 9788181471284
  • Language English
  • Publisher Elsevier India
  • Genre Health
  • Publication date 2005
  • Type Paperback

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The daily headlines continue to reflect and emphasize the necessity for expertise in the field of infection.

"E. coli contaminated meat", "West Nile Virus spreads", "White Powder discovered", "Bacteria specific viral lysins may hold key to new class of antibiotics", "Hope for new AIDS vaccine trial" are just a few examples.

New chapters are devoted to the rapidly emerging technologies that aid in the diagnosis and treatment of infection, the horrifying but real threat of biowarfare, and the role of the entire medical team, not just the ID doc. in combating infections.

Content has been revised and updated to reflect current knowledge and understanding of infectious disease processes. The emphasis on the sound foundation of how to explore and discover new information is retained.

Common infectious diseases are emphasized

Treatment options are clearly detailed, including advantages and disadvantages of various regimens

Useful background information is presented for every infection such as origin of the name, mode of transmission, typical hosts, geographic location, seasonal patterns, and associated clinical syndromes

The three new chapters are the obligatory and timely bioterrorism, radiologic imaging, and surgical implications of infection

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