Infectious Diseases: textbook
ISBN: 978-617-505-727-8
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г: 2018
: 664
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Up-to-date notions of the most widespread infectious and parasitic diseases are stated in the textbook. A particular attention is paid to diseases that occur on the territory of Ukraine, diseases that represent a significant global danger and are regulated by International Health Regulations, infectious and parasitic diseases that can be imported to the territory of our country and represent a problem of travel medicine and tropical medicine. General problems of infectology, principles of classification of infectious diseases, diagnosis, treatment and prophylaxis, including immunoprophylaxis are elucidated.
In preparation of the textbook, modern materials and WHO recommendations, foreign publications of leading specialists were used. Classification of infectious and parasitic diseases is given in accordance with International Classification of Diseases of 10th review. Methods of diagnosis, treatment and prophylaxis are stated on the base of international guidelines and consensus. Presented material is well adapted to the content of modules of approved typical programs on the course unit of Infectious diseases for prediploma training of specialists on specialities Medical care, Pediatrics, Medical preventive care, Stomatology, Medical psychology. All sections of the textbook contain main provisions, questions and tests for self-training according to the principles of the up-to-date educational trend a credit-transfer system of organization of the educational process. A book is supplied with coloured illustrations of the most widespread infectious diseases. The majority of anatomical terms are given according to International Anatomic Nomenclature approved by IV Congress of anatomists, histologists, embryologists and topographic anatomists of Ukraine.
For students of higher medical (pharmaceutical) educational establishments, internship doctors and trainees of faculties of postgraduate education, as well as family doctors, specialists of emergency medicine, infectious disease specialists.

A LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
GENERAL INFECTOLOGY
Introduction to the course of infectology
Classification of Infectious Diseases
General Principles of Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases
General Approaches to Treatment of Infectious Diseases
Nonspecific Prophylaxis of Infectious Diseases
Immunoprophylaxis of Infectious Diseases
DISEASES WITH PREDOMINANCE OF FECAL-ORAL MECHANISM OF TRANSMISSION
Typhoid Fever and Paratyphoid Fevers
Cholera
Salmonellosis
Food Poisoning
Escherichiosis
Shigellosis
Campylobacteriosis
Intestinal Yersiniosis
Pseudotuberculosis
Clostridium Difficille-Infection
Botulism
Enteroviral Infections. Poliomyelitis
Viral Infections with Prevailing Damage of Digestive Tract
Reovirus Infection
Rotavirus Infection
Norwalk-Viral Infection
Amebiasis
Giardiasis
Helminthiases
General information
Nematodoses
Helminthiases Caused by Tapewarms (Cestodoses)
Taeniasis
Infections Caused by Flatworms
Opisthorchiasis
DISEASES WITH PREDOMINANCE OF AIRBORNE MECHANISM OF TRANSMISSION
Influenza
Acute Respiratory Viral Infections
General information
Adenovirus infection
Rhinovirus infection
Parainfluenza
Respiratory syncytial infection
Coronavirus infection
Bocavirus infection
Metapneumovirus infection
Atypical Pneumonias
Respiratory mycoplasmosis
Legionellosis
Ornithosis
Severe acute respiratory syndrome
Childrens Airborne Infections in Adults
Measles
Rubella
Mumps
Diphtheria
Herpesvirus Infections
General characteristic
Infections Caused by Herpes Simplex Viruses (diseases caused by HSV 1/2)
Chickenpox and Herpes Zoster Infection (diseases caused by HHV-3)
Epstein-Barr Virus Infection (HHV-4)
Cytomegalovirus infection (a disease caused by HHV-5)
Other Human Herpesvirus Infections Caused by Viruses Types 6, 7 and 8
Meningococcal Infection
VIRAL HEPATITIS
General Characteristic
Viral Hepatitis With Fecal-Oral Mechanism of Transmission
Viral hepatitis A
Viral hepatitis E
Viral Hepatitis With Blood-Borne Mechanism of Transmission
Viral hepatitis B
Viral hepatitis
Viral hepatitis D
Other viruses with possible hepatotropism
HIV-INFECTION. HIV-RELATED INFECTIONS AND INVASIONS
HIV-Related Infections and Invasions
TORCH-INFECTIONS
Toxoplasmosis
DISEASES WITH VECTOR-BORNE MECHANISM OF TRANSMISSION
General Characteristic
Malaria
Tick-Borne Encephalitis
Lyme Borreliosis (Lyme Disease)
Trench Fever
Pappataci Fever
Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever
Leishmaniases
RICKETTSIOSES
General Characteristic
Epidemic Typhus and BrillZinsser Disease
Endemic Typhus
Marseilles Fever
Vesicular Rickettsiosis
DISEASES WITH PREDOMINANCE OF CONTACT MECHANISM OF TRANSMISSION
Leptospirosis
Hemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome
Tetanus
Rabies
Cat-Scratch Disease
Rat-Bite Disease
Sodoku
Streptobacillosis
Erysipelas
INFECTIONS THAT ARE REGULATED BY INTERNATIONAL HEALTH REGULATIONS
Plague
Yellow Fever
Marburg Fever
Lassa Fever
Ebola Fever
West Nile Fever
DISEASES WITH MULTIPLE MODES OF TRANSMISSION
Tularemia
Anthrax
Q-fever
SLOW INFECTIONS. PRION DISEASES
FEVER OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN
Sepsis
Brucellosis
REFERENCES
INDEX