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Title Oxford textbook of medicine : infection / edited by David A. Warrell, Timothy M. Cox, John D. Firth ; with guest editor Estée Török.

Imprint Oxford : Oxford University Press, ©2012.

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Description 1 online resource (919 pages)
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Note "Selected and updated chapters from the Oxford Textbook of Medicine, Fifth Edition"--Cover.
Summary The Oxford Textbook of Medicine: Infection is selected from the infection section of the renowned Oxford Textbook of Medicine, Fifth Edition. The book is an authoritative resource on infectious diseases. Comprehensive in its coverage and beautifully illustrated in full colour, it is an essential guide to the present-day management and prevention of a wide variety of infectious diseases. Covering diseases that are both familiar and tropical as well as those that continue to emerge, medical professionals will find it immensely valuable when diagnosing and preventing infection in their day-to-day practice. In 121 chapters, experts in infectious diseases from across the world review the essentials of current infectious disease practice and provide a wealth of practical advice that medical professionals can use in clinical situations. In addition, background information on epidemiology, pathogenesis and pathophysiology encourages a fuller understanding of conditions, and over 250 full colour images help with diagnosis when treating patients. A commanding discussion of infectious diseases from both Western and tropical countries, the Oxford Textbook of Medicine: Infection provides detailed information on a extensive range of viruses, bacteria, fungi, protozoa and helminths. Vast in scope and truly global in reach, chapters span a variety of topics including, pathogenic microorganisms and the host, the patient with suspected infection, travel and expedition medicine, and non-venomous arthropods. They reflect the globalization of disease that has resulted from the unprecedented increase in international travel and immigration, as well as natural/man-made disasters that demand massive international aid efforts. This up-to-date and essential reference tool, supports all medical professionals in the treatment and prevention of infectious diseases. It will be of particular value to clinicians working in, or seeing patients from the developing world, due to the wide range of pathogens discussed. It also supports those taking diploma courses in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, and HIV medicine. No infectious disease specialist or trainee should be without a copy of this definitive resource.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Cover; Contents; Contributors; 1 Pathogenic microorganisms and the host; 1.1 Biology of pathogenic microorganisms; 1.2 Physiological changes, clinical features, and general management of infected patients; 2 The patient with suspected infection; 2.1 Clinical approach; 2.2 Fever of unknown origin; 2.3 Nosocomial infections; 2.4 Infection in the immunocompromised host; 2.5 Antimicrobial chemotherapy; 3 Immunization; 4 Travel and expedition medicine; 5 Viruses; 5.1 Respiratory tract viruses; 5.2 Herpesviruses (excluding Epstein-Barr virus); 5.3 Epstein-Barr virus; 5.4 Poxviruses.
5.5 Mumps: epidemic parotitis5.6 Measles; 5.7 Nipah and Hendra virus encephalitides; 5.8 Enterovirus infections; 5.9 Virus infections causing diarrhoea and vomiting; 5.10 Rhabdoviruses: rabies and rabies-related lyssaviruses; 5.11 Colorado tick fever and other arthropod-borne reoviruses; 5.12 Alphaviruses; 5.13 Rubella; 5.14 Flaviviruses (excluding dengue); 5.15 Dengue; 5.16 Bunyaviridae; 5.17 Arenaviruses; 5.18 Filoviruses; 5.19 Papillomaviruses and polyomaviruses; 5.20 Parvovirus B19; 5.21 Hepatitis viruses (excluding hepatitis C virus); 5.22 Hepatitis C; 5.23 HIV/AIDS.
5.24 HIV in the developing world5.25 HTLV-1, HTLV-2, and associated diseases; 5.26 Viruses and cancer; 5.27 Orf; 5.28 Molluscum contagiosum; 5.29 Newly discovered viruses; 6 Bacteria; 6.1 Diphtheria; 6.2 Streptococci and enterococci; 6.3 Pneumococcal infections; 6.4 Staphylococci; 6.5 Meningococcal infections; 6.6 Neisseria gonorrhoeae; 6.7 Enterobacteria; 6.7.1 Enterobacteria and bacterial food poisoning; 6.7.2 Pseudomonas aeruginosa; 6.8 Typhoid and paratyphoid fevers; 6.9 Intracellular klebsiella infections (donovanosis and rhinoscleroma); 6.10 Anaerobic bacteria; 6.11 Cholera.
6.12 Haemophilus influenzae6.13 Haemophilus ducreyi and chancroid; 6.14 Bordetella infection; 6.15 Melioidosis and glanders; 6.16 Plague: Yersinia pestis; 6.17 Other Yersinia infections: yersiniosis; 6.18 Pasteurella; 6.19 Francisella tularensis infection; 6.20 Anthrax; 6.21 Brucellosis; 6.22 Tetanus; 6.23 Clostridium difficile; 6.24 Botulism, gas gangrene, and clostridial gastrointestinal infections; 6.25 Tuberculosis; 6.26 Disease caused by environmental mycobacteria; 6.27 Leprosy (Hansen's disease); 6.28 Buruli ulcer: Mycobacterium ulcerans infection; 6.29 Actinomycoses; 6.30 Nocardiosis.
6.31 Rat-bite fevers6.32 Lyme borreliosis; 6.33 Relapsing fevers; 6.34 Leptospirosis; 6.35 Nonvenereal endemic treponematoses: yaws, endemic syphilis (bejel), and pinta; 6.36 Syphilis; 6.37 Listeriosis; 6.38 Legionellosis and legionnaires' disease; 6.39 Rickettsioses; 6.40 Scrub typhus; 6.41 Coxiella burnetii infections (Q fever); 6.42 Bartonellas excluding B. bacilliformis; 6.43 Bartonella bacilliformis infection; 6.44 Chlamydial infections; 6.45 Mycoplasmas; 6.46 A checklist of bacteria associated with infection in humans; 7 Fungi (mycoses); 7.1 Fungal infections; 7.2 Cryptococcosis.
Subject Communicable diseases -- Textbooks.
Infection -- Textbooks.
Tropical medicine -- Textbooks.
Communicable diseases.
Infection.
Tropical medicine.
Communicable Diseases
Infections
Tropical Medicine
Maladies infectieuses.
Infection.
Médecine tropicale.
HEALTH & FITNESS -- Diseases -- Contagious.
MEDICAL -- Infectious Diseases.
Communicable diseases
Infection
Tropical medicine
Genre/Form Textbooks
Added Author Warrell, D. A.
Cox, Timothy M.
Firth, John D.
Török, Estée.
Other Form: Print version: Warrell, David. Oxford Textbook of Medicine. Oxford : OUP Oxford, 2012 9780199652136
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