eBook Salem Health: Infectious Diseases & Conditions, 1st Edition

  • H. Bradford Hawley
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  • ISBN-10: 1587657805
  • ISBN-13: 9781587657801
  • DDC: 616.003
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 1200 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released February 2012
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2012
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Covers all aspects of infectious diseases and their prevention, offering historical and technical background with a balanced discussion of discoveries, developments, and prognoses.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Publisher’s Note.
Editor’s Introduction.
Contributors.
Complete List of Contents.
1: Abscesses.
2: Acanthamoeba Infections.
3: Acariasis.
4: Acid-Fastness.
5: Acne.
6: Actinomycosis.
7: Acute Cerebellar Ataxia.
8: Acute Cystitis.
9: Acute Interstitial Nephritis.
10: Acute Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis.
11: Adenoviridae.
12: Adenovirus Infections.
13: Adenovirus Vaccine.
14: African Sleeping Sickness.
15: Agammaglobulinemia.
16: Aging and Infectious Disease.
17: AIDS.
18: Airborne Illness and Disease.
19: Allergic Bronchopulmonary Aspergillosis.
20: Alliance for the Prudent Use of Antibiotics.
21: Alternative Therapies.
22: Amebic Dysentery.
23: Aminoglycoside Antibiotics.
24: Anal Abscess.
25: Anaplasmosis.
26: Anthrax.
27: Anthrax Vaccine.
28: Antibiotic-Associated Colitis.
29: Antibiotic Resistance.
30: Antibiotics: Experimental.
31: Antibiotics: Types.
32: Antibodies.
33: Antifungal Drugs: Mechanisms of Action.
34: Antifungal Drugs: Types.
35: Antiparasitic Drugs: Mechanisms of Action.
36: Antiparasitic Drugs: Types.
37: Antiviral Drugs: Mechanisms of Action.
38: Antiviral Drugs: Types.
39: Appendicitis.
40: Arenaviridae.
41: Arthropod-Borne Illness and Disease.
42: Ascariasis.
43: Aseptic Technique.
44: Aspergillosis.
45: Aspergillus.
46: Asplenia.
47: Athlete’s Foot.
48: Atypical Pneumonia.
49: Autoimmune Disorders.
50: Avian Influenza.
51: Babesiosis.
52: Bacteria: Classification and Types.
53: Bacteria: Structure and Growth.
54: Bacterial Endocarditis.
55: Bacterial Infections.
56: Bacterial Meningitis.
57: Bacterial Vaginosis.
58: Bacteriology.
59: Balantidiasis.
60: Bartonella Infections.
61: Bats and Infectious Disease.
62: Behçet’s Syndrome.
63: Bell’s Palsy.
64: Biochemical Tests.
65: Biological Weapons.
66: Biostatistics.
67: Biosurveillance.
68: Bioterrorism.
69: Birds and Infectious Disease.
70: BK Virus Infection.
71: Blastomyces.
72: Blastomycosis.
73: Blood-Borne Illness and Disease.
74: Bloodstream Infections.
75: Body Lice.
76: Boils.
77: Bordetella.
78: Borrelia.
79: Botulinum Toxin Infection.
80: Botulism.
81: Breast Milk and Infectious Disease.
82: Bronchiolitis.
83: Bronchitis.
84: Brucella.
85: Brucellosis.
86: Brucellosis Vaccine.
87: Bubonic Plague.
88: Bubonic Plague Vaccine.
89: Burkholderia.
90: Caliciviridae.
91: Campylobacter.
92: Campylobacteriosis.
93: Cancer and Infectious Disease.
94: Cancer Vaccines.
95: Candida.
96: Candidiasis.
97: Capillariasis.
98: Capnocytophaga Infections.
99: Carriers.
100: Cat Scratch Fever.
101: Cats and Infectious Disease.
102: Cellulitis.
103: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
104: Cephalosporin Antibiotics.
105: Cervical Cancer.
106: Chagas’ Disease.
107: Chancroid.
108: Chemical Germicides.
109: Chickenpox.
110: Chickenpox Vaccine.
111: Chikungunya.
112: Childbirth and Infectious Disease.
113: Children and Infectious Disease.
114: Chlamydia.
115: Chlamydia.
116: Chlamydophila.
117: Chlamydophila Pneumoniae Infection.
118: Cholecystitis.
119: Cholera.
120: Cholera Vaccine.
121: Chromoblastomycosis.
122: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
123: Clonorchiasis.
124: Clostridium.
125: Clostridium Difficile Infection.
126: Coccidioides.
127: Coccidiosis.
128: Cold Sores.
129: Colorado Tick Fever.
130: Common Cold.
131: Conjunctivitis.
132: Contagious Diseases.
133: Coronaviridae.
134: Coronavirus Infections.
135: Corynebacterium.
136: Cowpox.
137: Coxsackie Virus Infections.
138: Crab Lice.
139: Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease.
140: Croup.
141: Cryptococcosis.
142: Cryptococcus.
143: Cryptosporidiosis.
144: Cysticercosis.
145: Cytomegalovirus Infection.
146: Cytomegalovirus Vaccine.
147: Dacryocystitis.
148: Dandruff.
149: DDT.
150: Decontamination.
151: Dengue Fever.
152: Dermatomycosis.
153: Dermatophytosis.
154: Developing Countries and Infectious Disease.
155: Diagnosis of Bacterial Infections.
156: Diagnosis of Fungal Infections.
157: Diagnosis of Parasitic Diseases.
158: Diagnosis of Prion Diseases.
159: Diagnosis of Protozoan Diseases.
160: Diagnosis of Viral Infections.
161: Diphtheria.
162: Disease Eradication Campaigns.
163: Disinfectants and Sanitizers.
164: Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation.
165: Diverticulitis.
166: Dogs and Infectious Disease.
167: Dracunculiasis.
168: Drug Resistance.
169: DTaP Vaccine.
170: Duodenal Ulcer.
171: Eastern Equine Encephalitis.
172: Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever.
173: Echinocandin Antifungals.
174: Echinococcus.
175: Echovirus Infections.
176: Ehrlichiosis.
177: Eikenella Infections.
178: Elephantiasis.
179: Emerging and Reemerging Infectious Diseases.
180: Emerging Infections Network.
181: Empyema.
182: Encephalitis.
183: Encephalitis Vaccine.
184: Endemic Infections.
185: Endocarditis.
186: Endometritis.
187: Enteritis.
188: Enterobacter.
189: Enterobiasis.
190: Enterococcus.
191: Enterovirus Infections.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Contents.
1: Fasciitis.
2: Fatal Familial Insomnia.
3: Fecal-Oral Route of Transmission.
4: Fever.
5: Fever of Unknown Origin.
6: Filariasis.
7: Filoviridae.
8: Fleas and Infectious Disease.
9: Flies and Infectious Disease.
10: Flukes.
11: Food-Borne Illness and Disease.
12: Francisella.
13: Fungal Infections.
14: Fungi: Classification and Types.
15: Fungi: Structure and Growth.
16: Fusarium.
17: Gangrene.
18: Gastritis.
19: Genital Herpes.
20: Genital Warts.
21: Gerstmann-Sträussler-Scheinker Syndrome.
22: Giardia.
23: Giardiasis.
24: Gingivitis.
25: Glanders.
26: Globalization and Infectious Disease.
27: Glycopeptide Antibiotics.
28: Gonorrhea.
29: Graft-Versus-Host Disease.
30: Gram Staining.
31: Group A Streptococcal Infection.
32: Group B Streptococcal Infection.
33: Guillain-Barré Syndrome.
34: Haemophilus.
35: Haemophilus Influenzae Infection.
36: Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease.
37: Hantavirus Infection.
38: Head Lice.
39: Helicobacter.
40: Helicobacter Pylori Infection.
41: Hemorrhagic Fever Viral Infections.
42: Hepadnaviridiae.
43: Hepatitis A.
44: Hepatitis B.
45: Hepatitis C.
46: Hepatitis D.
47: Hepatitis E.
48: Hepatitis Vaccines.
49: Herpes Simplex Infection.
50: Herpes Zoster Infection.
51: Herpesviridae.
52: Herpesvirus Infections.
53: Hib Vaccine.
54: Histoplasma.
55: Histoplasmosis.
56: HIV.
57: HIV Vaccine.
58: Home Remedies.
59: H1N1 Influenza.
60: Hookworms.
61: Hordeola.
62: Horizontal Disease Transmission.
63: Hospitals and Infectious Disease.
64: Hosts.
65: Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Infections.
66: Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine.
67: Hygiene.
68: Hyperbaric Oxygen.
69: Iatrogenic Infections.
70: Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura.
71: Imidazole Antifungals.
72: Immune Response to Bacterial Infections.
73: Immune Response to Fungal Infections.
74: Immune Response to Parasitic Diseases.
75: Immune Response to Prion Diseases.
76: Immune Response to Protozoan Diseases.
77: Immune Response to Viral Infections.
78: Immunity.
79: Immunization.
80: Immunoassay.
81: Immunodeficiency.
82: Impetigo.
83: Incubation Period.
84: Infection.
85: Infectious Colitis.
86: Infectious Disease Specialists.
87: Infectious Diseases Society of America.
88: Inflammation.
89: Influenza.
90: Influenza Vaccine.
91: Insect-Borne Illness and Disease.
92: Insecticides and Topical Repellants.
93: Integrase Inhibitors.
94: Intestinal and Stomach Infections.
95: Intestinal Trichomoniasis.
96: Isosporiasis.
97: Japanese Encephalitis.
98: Jock Itch.
99: Kaposi’s Sarcoma.
100: Kawasaki Disease.
101: Keratitis.
102: Ketolide Antibiotics.
103: Kidney Infection.
104: Koch’s Postulates.
105: Kuru.
106: Labyrinthitis.
107: Laryngitis.
108: Lassa Fever.
109: Legionella.
110: Legionnaires’ Disease.
111: Leishmaniasis.
112: Leprosy.
113: Leptospira.
114: Leptospirosis.
115: Lipopeptide Antibiotics.
116: Listeria.
117: Listeriosis.
118: Liver Cancer.
119: Lyme Disease.
120: Lymphadenitis.
121: Macrolide Antibiotics.
122: Malaria.
123: Malaria Vaccine.
124: Malassezia.
125: Marburg Hemorrhagic Fever.
126: Mastitis.
127: Mathematical Modeling.
128: Maturation Inhibitors.
129: Measles.
130: Mediterranean Spotted Fever.
131: Melioidosis.
132: Men and Infectious Disease.
133: Meningococcal Meningitis.
134: Meningococcal Vaccine.
135: Metapneumovirus Infection.
136: Methicillin-Resistant Staph Infection.
137: Microbiology.
138: Microscopy.
139: Microsporum.
140: Middle-Ear Infection.
141: Mites and Chiggers and Infectious Disease.
142: MMR Vaccine.
143: Mold Infections.
144: Molluscum Contagiosum.
145: Monkeypox.
146: Mononucleosis.
147: Mosquito-Borne Viral Encephalitis.
148: Mosquitoes and Infectious Disease.
149: Mouth Infections.
150: Mucormycosis.
151: Mumps.
152: Mutation of Pathogens.
153: Mycetoma.
154: Mycobacterial Infections.
155: Mycobacterium.
156: Mycoplasma.
157: Mycoplasma Pneumonia.
158: Mycoses.
159: Mycotic Aneurysm.
160: Myocarditis.
161: Myositis.
162: Nasopharyngeal Infections.
163: National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
164: National Institutes of Health.
165: Necrotizing Fasciitis.
166: Neisseria.
167: Neisserial Infections.
168: Neonatal Sepsis.
169: Neutropenia.
170: Nocardiosis.
171: Norovirus Infection.
172: Onchocerciasis.
173: Onychomycosis.
174: Ophthalmia Neonatorum.
175: Opportunistic Infections.
176: Oral Transmission.
177: Ornithosis.
178: Osteomyelitis.
179: Outbreaks.
180: Over-The-Counter (OTC) Drugs.
181: Oxazolidinone Antibiotics.
182: Pacemaker Infections.
183: Pancreatitis.
184: Paracoccidiodes.
185: Paracoccidioidomycosis.
186: Paramyxoviridae.
187: Parasites: Classification and Types.
188: Parasitic Diseases.
189: Parasitology.
190: Parotitis.
191: Parvoviridae.
192: Parvovirus Infections.
193: Pasteurellosis.
194: Pathogenicity.
195: Pathogens.
196: Pelvic Inflammatory Disease.
197: Penicillin Antibiotics.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Contents.
1: Q Fever.
2: Quarantine.
3: Quinolone Antibiotics.
4: Rabies.
5: Rabies Vaccine.
6: Rat-Bite Fever.
7: Reinfection.
8: Reiter’s Syndrome.
9: Reoviridae.
10: Reptiles and Infectious Disease.
11: Respiratory Route of Transmission.
12: Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infections.
13: Retroviral Infections.
14: Retroviridae.
15: Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors.
16: Rheumatic Fever.
17: Rhinosporidiosis.
18: Rhinovirus Infections.
19: Rhizopus.
20: Rickettsia.
21: Rickettsial Diseases.
22: Rift Valley Fever.
23: Ringworm.
24: Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.
25: Rodents and Infectious Disease.
26: Roseola.
27: Rotavirus Infection.
28: Rotavirus Vaccine.
29: Roundworms.
30: Rubella.
31: Saliva and Infectious Disease.
32: Salmonella.
33: Salmonellosis.
34: Sarcoidosis.
35: Sarcosporidiosis.
36: Sars.
37: Scabies.
38: Scarlet Fever.
39: Schistosomiasis.
40: Schistosomiasis Vaccine.
41: Schools and Infectious Disease.
42: Seasonal Influenza.
43: Secondary Infection.
44: Sepsis.
45: Septic Arthritis.
46: Septic Shock.
47: Seroconversion.
48: Serology.
49: Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs).
50: Shigella.
51: Shigellosis.
52: Shingles.
53: Sinusitis.
54: Skin Infections.
55: Sleeping Nets.
56: Sleeping Sickness.
57: Smallpox.
58: Smallpox Vaccine.
59: Social Effects of Infectious Disease.
60: Soilborne Illness and Disease.
61: Sporotrichosis.
62: Stachybotrys.
63: Staphylococcal Infections.
64: Staphylococcus.
65: Stenotrophomonas Infections.
66: Strep Throat.
67: Streptococcal Infections.
68: Streptococcus.
69: Stress and Infectious Disease.
70: Strongyloidiasis.
71: Subacute Sclerosing Panencephalitis.
72: Superbacteria.
73: Syphilis.
74: T Lymphocytes.
75: Taeniasis.
76: Tapeworms.
77: Tetanus.
78: Tetracycline Antibiotics.
79: Thiazole Antifungals.
80: Thrush.
81: Ticks and Infectious Disease.
82: Tinea Capitis.
83: Tinea Corporis.
84: Tinea Versicolor.
85: Tooth Abscess.
86: Toxocariasis.
87: Toxoplasmosis.
88: Trachoma.
89: Transmission Routes.
90: Travelers’ Diarrhea.
91: Treatment of Bacterial Infections.
92: Treatment of Fungal Infections.
93: Treatment of Parasitic Diseases.
94: Treatment of Prion Diseases.
95: Treatment of Protozoan Diseases.
96: Treatment of Viral Infections.
97: Treponema.
98: Triazole Antifungals.
99: Trichinosis.
100: Trichomonas.
101: Trichophyton.
102: Tropical Medicine.
103: Trypanosoma.
104: Trypanosomiasis.
105: Trypanosomiasis Vaccine.
106: Tuberculosis (TB).
107: Tuberculosis (TB) Vaccine.
108: Tularemia.
109: Typhoid Fever.
110: Typhoid Vaccine.
111: Typhus.
112: Typhus Vaccine.
113: Urethritis.
114: Urinary Tract Infections.
115: U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases.
116: Vaccines: Experimental.
117: Vaccines: History.
118: Vaccines: Types.
119: Vaginal Yeast Infection.
120: Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci Infection.
121: Variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease.
122: Vectors and Vector Control.
123: Vertical Disease Transmission.
124: Vibrio.
125: Vincent’s Angina.
126: Viral Gastroenteritis.
127: Viral Hepatitis.
128: Viral Infections.
129: Viral Meningitis.
130: Viral Pharyngitis.
131: Viral Upper Respiratory Infections.
132: Virology.
133: Virulence.
134: Viruses: Structure and Life Cycle.
135: Viruses: Types.
136: Warts.
137: Water Treatment.
138: Waterborne Illness and Disease.
139: West Nile Virus.
140: Whipple’s Disease.
141: Whipworm Infection.
142: Whooping Cough.
143: Women and Infectious Disease.
144: World Health Organization (WHO).
145: Worm Infections.
146: Wound Infections.
147: Yaws.
148: Yellow Fever.
149: Yellow Fever Vaccine.
150: Yersinia.
151: Yersinia Pseudotuberculosis.
152: Yersiniosis.
153: Zoonotic Diseases.
154: Zygomycosis.
Reference Tools.
Glossary.
Bibliography.
Resources.
Web Sites.
Medical Journals.
Pharmaceutical List.
Historical Resources.
Time Line of Major Developments in Infectious Disease.
Biographical Dictionary of Scientists in Infectious Disease.
Nobel Prizes for Discoveries in Infectious Diseases.
Entries by Anatomy or System Affected.
Category Index.
Subject Index.