Infectious Diseases -- MobiReader Version for Pocket PCA medical reference text with detailed step-by-step procedures, work-ups and treatments.
Infectious Diseases -- MobiReader Version by: Pacific Primary Care, last updated: 12/06/2007
Requirements: Read by the iSilo Reader on any Pocket PC or Palm. Or FREE MobiPocket reader via mobipocket.com
About Infectious Diseases -- MobiReader VersionTopics include: Travel/ Tropical medicine (evaluation, prevention and treatments), HIV/ AIDS, Parasites (worms, insects, food poisoning...), TB, Leprosy, Lymphadenopathy, Biological/ Chemical Weapons/ Terrorism agents, meningitis/ encephalitis, osteomyelitis, skin infections, fevers, sepsis, antibiotic use, common skin infections, tick bites, animal bites, wounds.........Features: Edited by a highly regarded Infectious Disease specialist.
This text contains numerous illustrations and is fully referenced.
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Can be read on the desktop or laptop as well as any PDA. The free DEMO contains the basic layout with live links to each chapter and sublinks to 1-2 topics per chapter.
Infectious Disease Contents: Fever | Sepsis | Acute Phase Reactants | Bacteria | Antibiotics | Osteomyelitis | CNS | TB | Leprosy | Parasites & Insects | Zoonotic | Travel Medicine | *Viral* | HIV-AIDS | Hemorrhagic Fevers | Skin | Botulism | Wounds | STD’s | Lymphadenopathy | Disseminated Fungal | Bio-Chem-Nuke Weapons | PEP / Needlestick |
Fever: Links: Definition | Mechanisms | Benefits | ID EMERGENCIES | Hyperthermia | Types of Fevers | *FUO* | Drug Fevers | Fever and Rash | Acute Rheumatic Fever | Returned Traveler | Sepsis | Acute Phase Reactants | Nosocomial | ICU Fever | Cancer/ HIV | Neutropenic fever | Pediatric | Relative Brady / pulse-temp dissoc | Infection Control |
Common Bacteria: Links: Normal Flora | Grams Stain | Serology | Blood Cx | Bacteriology Report | G+ cocci (GPC) | S. pneumo | G+ aerobic bacilli | G- aerobic diplococci | G- aerobic coccobacilli | G- aerobic bacilli | Anaerobes | Defective Cell Wall | Infection Control | Acid Fast Stain | Wright Stain | Antibiotics | Acute Rheumatic Fever | Abx Resistance | Zoonotic | Skin | Clostridium sp | Endocarditis | VREF | VAREC | Chronic Staph Carrier | MRSA | VISA | Empiric Abx in Sepsis | Organisms Causing Diarrhea-like illness |
Parasitic Infections: Links: Nematodes | Trichinosis | Filarial | Trematodes | Cestode | Cysticercosis | Zoonotic Infections | Giardiasis | Ectoparasites | Insect Bites & Stings | Ticks | Rickettsial Diseases | Lyme Disease | Travel Medicine | Delusions of Parasitosis | Pinworms | Whipworms | Roundworms | Hookworm | Strongyloides (Threadworm) | Anisakiasis | Mixed | Trichinosis | Filarial | Schistosomiasis | Fasciolopsis | Paragonimus | Beef | Pork | Cysticercosis | Dwarf | Fish | Echinococcus | Protozoan (Toxo, Giardia, Amebic..) | Malaria |
Zoonotic Infections: Links: Brucellosis | Rat Bite Fever | Toxoplasmosis | Toxocariasis | Other Parasites | Giardiasis | Leishmaniasis | Leptospirosis | Trypanosomiasis | Other Intestinal Illness | Entamoeba histolytica | Tick Spread Zoonosis | Rickettsial Diseases | Ectoparasites in travelers | PV & Repellents | Rabies | Insect Bites | Hemorrhagic Fevers | Prions
Viral Infections: Links: HTLV & hMPV, Avian Flu and Other: SARS | EBV & CMV & Mononucleosis | Human Parvo B19 | Adenovirus | HIV and AIDS | HIV Meds | Various HIV Problems | AIDS- Chemoprevention | HSV | Herpes Zoster | Genital Warts | Arboviral & Hemorrhagic Fevers | Antivirals | Pediatric Exanthems | Hantavirus | West Nile Virus | Pediatric Fever & Infections | Fever & Rash Patterns | Prions | Smallpox | Monkeypox | Bronchiolitis (RSV) | Infection Control | Rabies | See GI Chapter for Enterovirus |
Arboviral and Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers (VHF): Links: Arboviruses & Paramyxoviridae and Others | VHF’s | Arenaviridae (S. American (New World) HF''s & LCMV) | Bunyaviridae (HFRS, Crimean Congo, Rift Valley, Hanta, Sandfly) | Hantavirus | Filoviridae (Marburg & Ebola) | Flaviviridae (Dengue, Yellow Fever, Omsk, Kyasanur, Japanese & Tick-borne Encephalitis) | Togaviridae | West Nile Virus | Encephalitis |
Skin Infections (Pyoderma): Links: Anti-Staph Abx | Eradication of Staph a | Hospitalization | Cellulitis | Erysipelas | Folliculitis / Pseudomonas | Majocchi’s | Furuncle / Boil / Abscess | Carbuncle | Impetigo | Ecthyma Gangrenosum | Erythrasma | Hidradenitis Suppurativa | Trichomycosis Axillaris | Toxic Shock | Waterborne Bacteria | Rare Skin Infections | Flesh Eating | Necrotizing Infections | Clostridium Infections | Tetanus | Wound Care | Fungi & Other Common | Bite Wounds | HSV | Herpes Zoster | Genital Warts. This text was last updated on 10 June 2007