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Infectious Diseases Emergencies - 
      Arjun S. Chanmugam
    
      Richard Rothman
    
      Sanjay Desai
    
      Shannon Putman

Infectious Diseases Emergencies

Arjun S. Chanmugam (Redaktør) ; Richard Rothman (Redaktør) ; Sanjay Desai (Redaktør) ; Shannon Putman (Redaktør)

Infectious Diseases Emergencies is a compact reference that summarizes the key topics of those infectious disease processes that are most commonly seen in practice. The opening section reviews principles of management and general management of severe infection in acute and emergency environments. Les mer
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Infectious Diseases Emergencies is a compact reference that summarizes the key topics of those infectious disease processes that are most commonly seen in practice. The opening section reviews principles of management and general management of severe infection in acute and emergency environments. The following sections provide a "head-to-toe" synopsis of common infections presenting in both outpatient and acute care settings. The concluding sections
discuss vector borne infections, infections in special populations, and bioterrorism. Concisely written and consistently organized chapters outline the most useful elements of diagnosis and treatment for easy memorization and clarity.
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Forlag: Oxford University Press Inc
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9780199976805
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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«..beneficial for all colleagues interested in or confronted with infectious diseases from the beginner level to the absolute experts... a good choice for students who prepare for the infectious disease examinations of the USMLE graduations.»

Oliver Schildgen, Wolters Kluwer Health
I. Principals of Infectious Disease Management
1. Laboratory Testing for Microbial Detection

2. Infection Control

3. Infectious Disease Mimics

II. General Management of Severe Infection in Acute and Emergency Environments
4. Sepsis

III. Central Nervous System Infections
5. Bacterial Meningitis

6. Aseptic Meningitis

7. Encephalitis

8. Brain Abscess

9. Epidural Abscess

IV. Ear, Nose, and Throat Infections
10. Pharyngitis, Tonsillitis, and Peritonsillar Abscess

11. Otitis Externa, Otitis Media, and Mastoiditis

12. Rhinosinusitis

13. Odontogenic Infection

14. Deep space Infections of the Head and Neck


V. Ocular Infections
15. Periocular Infections

16. Keratitis

17. Endopthalmitis


VI. Cardiovascular Infections
18. Infective Endocarditis

19. Myocarditis and Pericarditis

20. Catheter Associated Infections

21. Septic Thrombophlebitis


VII. Pulmonary Infections
22. Community Acquired Pneumonia

23. Hospital Acquired Pneumonia

24. Pleural Effusions (Parapneumonic Process and Empyema)

25. Lung Abscess

26. Influenza

27. Atypical Pulmonary Infections

28. Pulmonary Tuberculosis
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29. Acute Uncomplicated Bronchitis


VIII. Gastrointestinal Infections
30. Viral Gastroenteritis

31. Infectious Colitis

32. Peritonitis

33. Diverticulitis

34. Cholecystitis and Cholangitis

35. Hepatitis

36. Appendicitis

IX. Genitourinary Infections
37. Urinary Tract Infections in Women

38. Cervicitis and Vulvovaginitis

39. Urethritis, Prostatitis, and Orchitis

40. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease and Tubo-ovarian abscess

X. Skin and Soft Tissue Infections
41. Soft Tissue Infections

42. Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections

43. Diabetic Foot Infections

44. Dermatological Manifestations of Infectious Disease

45. Mammalian and Reptile Bites

XI. Bone and Joint Infections
46. Septic Arthritis

47. Infections of the Hand

48. Prosthetic Joint Infections

49. Osteomyelitis

XII. Vector Borne Infections
50. Lyme Disease

51. Ehrlichia, Anaplasma, and Rickettsia

52. Malaria and Dengue Fever

53. West Nile Virus

XIII. Infection in Special Populations
54. Infection in the Cancer Patient

55. Infection in the HIV Patient

56. Infection in the Transplant Patient

57. Infection in Travelers and Emigrants

58. Infection in the Intravenous Drug User

59. Infection in the Pregnant Patient

60. Infection in the Patient with Sickle Cell Anemia


61. Fever of Unknown Origin

XIV. Bioterrorism
62. Anthrax

63. Smallpox

64. Botulism

65. Plague

66. Viral hemorrhagic fevers (Ebola, Llassa, Hantavirus, etc.)

67. Tularemia


XV Antibiotic Resistance
68. Antibiotic Resistance

Contributors
Arjun S. Chanmugam is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. Richard Rothman is a Professor of Emergency Medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. Sanjay V. Desai is an Associate Professor of Medicine at
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. Shannon B. Putman is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland.