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Microbiology Course - Bacteria, Antibiotics, And Diseases


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Microbiology Course - Bacteria, Antibiotics, And Diseases
Published 5/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 2.30 GB | Duration: 3h 45m

Infections and Antibiotics. Everything you need to know about microbiology

What you'll learn
Common infections like Streptococcus, E Coli, Legionella... etc
Brain and Spine Infections
Dermatological infections
Gynecology Infections
Infections of Newborn and Pediatrics
Microbial Genetics
Microbial Resistance
Zoonotic Infections (Contracted From Animals)
Stains and Agars
Respiratory Infections
Pain Management

No prior requirements needed

All healthcare practitioners are constantly exposed to microbiology-related topics. Be it knowing the isolation precaution, choosing the correct antibiotic, or diagnosing infection patients.This course will cover all the important topics that will make you familiar enough with everything, but knowledgeable and skilled in specific common topics. For example, you need to know the important infections in every system, these ones will be covered in depth. The other less common infections will be covered briefly mentioning the presentation and treatments. That is how you will study efficiently and save time for other projects.The course discusses everything you need to know when it comes to clinical knowledge and stuff you will see in the hospital. That is why the videos are concise and accurate. Everything mentioned in the course was discussed with infection diseases specialist to make sure the information is important, common, accurate, and up to date.You can test your knowledge at the end of each chapter by answering the included quizzes and case-discussions. That is how you strengthen your knowledge and further improve your diagnostic skills. These quizzes and cases are specifically chosen from common infections as they are the ones you will see everywhere.Other important topics in this course include Pain Management, Antibiotics mechanisms and indications, and Microbial Resistance.

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Section 2: General Infections

Lecture 2 Staphylococcus Aureus

Lecture 3 Streptococcus

Lecture 4 Anthrax

Lecture 5 Lyme Disease (Borreliosis)

Lecture 6 E Coli

Lecture 7 Campylobacter

Lecture 8 Legionella

Lecture 9 Listeria

Lecture 10 Nocardia

Lecture 11 Vibrio Vulnificus

Section 3: Infections of Newborn and Pediatrics

Lecture 12 Measles Infection (Rubeola)

Lecture 13 Neonatal Conjunctivitis

Lecture 14 Rash of Newborn

Lecture 15 Rheumatic Fever

Lecture 16 Scarlet Fever

Section 4: Respiratory Infections

Lecture 17 Tuberculin Skin Test (PPD Test)

Lecture 18 Respiratory Syncytial Virus

Lecture 19 Pseudomonas Aeruginosa

Lecture 20 Mycoplasma Pneumonia

Lecture 21 Bordetella Pertussis

Lecture 22 Comparing Important Respiratory Infections

Section 5: Brain and Spine Infections

Lecture 23 Meningitis

Lecture 24 Prions

Lecture 25 Rabies

Section 6: Clostridium Family

Lecture 26 Clostridium Botulinum

Lecture 27 Clostridium Tetani

Lecture 28 Clostridium Difficile and Toxic Megacolon

Section 7: Dengue Fever

Lecture 29 Dengue Fever Features

Lecture 30 Symptoms, Treatment, and Vaccine

Lecture 31 Preventing Dengue Fever

Section 8: Dermatological infections

Lecture 32 Tinea Corporis

Lecture 33 SSSS vs TEN

Section 9: Gynecology Infections

Lecture 34 Group B Strep and Pregnancy

Lecture 35 TORCHes Infection

Section 10: Hepatic Infections

Lecture 36 Hepatitis Viruses

Lecture 37 Hepatitis B Infection Curve

Lecture 38 Hepatitis B Serology

Lecture 39 Hepatitis B Therapy

Lecture 40 Hepatitis C Therapy

Section 11: Microbial Genetics

Lecture 41 Bacterial Conjugation

Lecture 42 Bacterial Transduction

Lecture 43 Bacterial Transposition

Lecture 44 Viral Genetics

Lecture 45 Endotoxins

Lecture 46 Oncogenic Microbes

Lecture 47 Positive and Negative Sense Viruses

Section 12: Microbial Resistance

Lecture 48 Bacterial Virulence Factors

Section 13: Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Lecture 49 Chlamydiae Infection

Lecture 50 Gonorrhea Infection

Lecture 51 HIV Prophylaxis Antibiotics

Lecture 52 HIV Therapy

Lecture 53 Human Herpesviruses (HHV)

Lecture 54 Human papillomavirus (HPV)

Lecture 55 Treatment of Human papillomavirus (HPV)

Section 14: Stains and Agars

Lecture 56 Bacteria Agars

Lecture 57 Bacteria Stains

Section 15: Zoonotic Infections (Contracted From Animals)

Lecture 58 Bacillary Angiomatosis

Lecture 59 Zika Infection

Section 16: Pain Management

Lecture 60 Acetaminophen (Paracetamol)

Lecture 61 Aspirin

Lecture 62 Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs)

Lecture 63 Opioids

Section 17: Antibiotics

Lecture 64 Acyclovir

Lecture 65 Aminoglycosides

Lecture 66 Amphotericin b

Lecture 67 Anti-TB drugs

Lecture 68 Azoles

Lecture 69 Carbapenems

Lecture 70 Cephalosporins

Lecture 71 Clindamycin

Lecture 72 Daptomycin

Lecture 73 Doxycycline

Lecture 74 Fluoroquinolones

Lecture 75 Macrolides

Lecture 76 Metronidazole

Lecture 77 Penicillin

Lecture 78 Penicillinases

Lecture 79 Trimethoprim and sulfamethoxazole

Lecture 80 Vancomycin

Section 18: Ethical Principles

Lecture 81 Autonomy

Lecture 82 Beneficence

Lecture 83 Justice

Lecture 84 Nonmaleficence

Section 19: Miscellaneous Topics

Lecture 85 Antidotes and Antitoxins

Lecture 86 Auto-antibodies and Auto-immune Conditions

Lecture 87 Chromosomal Defects

Lecture 88 Diseases Affecting The Shape of RBCs

Lecture 89 Hypersensitivity

Lecture 90 Isolation Precautions

Lecture 91 Nosocomial Infections

Lecture 92 Passive and Artificial Immunity

Lecture 93 Sepsis Guidelines

Lecture 94 Spontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis

Lecture 95 Sterilization Techniques

Section 20: Case-Discussion

Lecture 96 Case #1

Lecture 97 Case #2

Lecture 98 Case #3

Lecture 99 Case #4

Lecture 100 Case #5

Lecture 101 Case #6

Lecture 102 Case #7

Lecture 103 Case #8

Lecture 104 Case #9

Lecture 105 Case #11

Healthcare workers,Medical, nursing, or pharmaceutical students,Anyone with a passion for Microbiology





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