Infection PowerPoint Presentations - PPT

S exually  T ransmitted  D iseases What is an  STD ? This is an infection
S exually T ransmitted D iseases What is an STD ? This is - presentation

olivia-mor

S exually T ransmitted D iseases What is an STD ? This is an infection that can be transmitted through sexual contact with an infected individual. They are sometimes called sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

HIV and viral hepatitis co-infection
HIV and viral hepatitis co-infection - presentation

cheryl-pis

Wirach Maek-a-nantawat, MD.. 11 July 2011. Contents. Epidemiology. Natural history. Lab for diagnosis and treatment. Prevention and vaccination. Postexposure. prophylaxis for HCP. Epidemiology. . High prevalence of HBV infection in Thailand .

Schistosomiasis and HIV co-infection  in fishing communitie
Schistosomiasis and HIV co-infection in fishing communitie - presentation

tatiana-do

Pontiano. . Kaleebu. Medical Research Council (MRC UK). Uganda Virus Research Institute (UVRI). ENTEBBE. 1. Introduction. A. wide . geographic overlap in . occurrence NTDs and HIV . I. nfection with .

Eye infection
Eye infection - presentation

tatiana-do

By . : . Halemeh. Moh . Abu Shammala. Presented to. : Dr. Ayham Abu Lila. بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم . والله أخرجكم من بطون أمهاتكم لا تعلمون شيئا وجعل لكم السمع والأبصار والأفئدة لعلكم تشكرون.

A5354/Early ART to Limit Infection and Establishment of Res
A5354/Early ART to Limit Infection and Establishment of Res - presentation

alida-mead

UZ-UCSF ANNUAL RESEARCH DAY. 05 MAY 2017. W. Samaneka. MBChB. , MSc. For ACTG Team. Background. Current . evidence suggests that . ART instituted early during acute HIV infection (AHI) is key to containing HIV reservoir establishment .

The Standardized Infection Ratio
The Standardized Infection Ratio - presentation

jane-oiler

Steven P Hudson, MBA, MA . Statistician. Health Care Excel, Inc. Objectives. Describe what the Standardized Infection Ratio (SIR) is and how it is calculated..  . Explain how to generate and interpret a report utilizing the SIR..

HIV-Hepatitis C Virus Co-infection:
HIV-Hepatitis C Virus Co-infection: - presentation

marina-yar

An Evolving Epidemic. Marina B. Klein, MD, MSc, FRCP(C). Division of Infectious Diseases and Chronic Viral Illness Service. McGill University Health Centre. HCV Genotype. Genotypes 1-6. 62% genotype 1 in Canada.

Epidemiology of HIV Infection
Epidemiology of HIV Infection - presentation

stefany-ba

through 2016. Diagnoses of HIV Infection among Adults and Adolescents, by . Sex . 2010–2015—United . States and 6 Dependent . Areas. Rates of Diagnoses of HIV Infection among Adults and . Adolescents.

Histoire naturelle de l’infection à papillomavirus humai
Histoire naturelle de l’infection à papillomavirus humai - presentation

lois-ondre

du . tissu sain au . cancer. Jean-Damien Combes. 1. . pour Silvia . Franceschi. 1. , . Christine . Clavel. 2. . et. . Jean . Lacau. . Saint . Guily. 3. 1. International Agency for Research on Cancer, Lyon, France.

Infection:
Infection: - presentation

tatyana-ad

Otitis Media and Conjunctivitis. . Benita Beard & Brenda Stepp. . .

Infection Control – The New Conditions of Participation (
Infection Control – The New Conditions of Participation ( - presentation

tatiana-do

CoPs. ) for Critical Access Hospitals . Turnaround Strategy. Financial. Operations. Corporate . Compliance. Board Development. Regulatory Compliance and Accreditation Preparation . Lean . Process Improvement.

Driver  Diagram C. Difficile Infection (CDI)
Driver Diagram C. Difficile Infection (CDI) - presentation

test

OHA HEN 2.0. C. Difficile Infection (CDI). AIM. Primary Drivers. Secondary Drivers. Change Ideas. Reduce CDI by 40%. Antimicrobial Stewardship. Audit antimicrobial use prospectively and provide direct feedback to the provider.

SEXUALLY TRASMISSITED INFECTION
SEXUALLY TRASMISSITED INFECTION -

ripplas

DR.WASSAN NORI MOHAMMED . In order to assess it is necessary to find out . -When sexual intercourse last took place. -Whether this was oral, vaginal . -What contraception was used?. -A travel history and knowledge about the origin of partner might indicate risk of tropical infection..

Principles of Infection control
Principles of Infection control -

narrativer

Microorganism or Microbe. 1. Small . living. organism. 2. Not . visible. to the . naked. eye. 3. Must be viewed under a . microscope. 4. Found . everywhere. in the environment, including on and in the .

The Chain of Infection
The Chain of Infection - presentation

danika-pri

As healthcare professionals, it is important to. . understand two things about infection. :. the various ways infection can be transmitted. 2. the ways the infection chain can be broken. There are six links .

HIV Infection in Women in Our Community:  The Continuum of Care
HIV Infection in Women in Our Community: The Continuum of C - presentation

kittie-lec

Lawrence J. D’Angelo, M.D., M.P.H.. Director, Burgess . and Youth Pride Clinics. Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine. Children’s National Medical Center. Professor of Pediatrics, Medicine, Epidemiology, Prevention and Community Health.

The impact of SIV infection on gut innate lymphocyte popula
The impact of SIV infection on gut innate lymphocyte popula - presentation

karlyn-boh

gene . expression. . Ronald S. . Veazey. , DVM, PhD. Division of Comparative Pathology. Tulane National Primate Research Center. Covington, Louisiana. Tulane University School of Medicine. New Orleans, Louisiana.

INFECTION PREVENTION and CONTROL
INFECTION PREVENTION and CONTROL - presentation

pamella-mo

Standard Precautions. OR ….How to prevent the spread of disease. NORMAL DEFENSES. Types of Infections. Heath Care-Associated Infections. . formerly . called . nosocomial. HAIs. Iatrogenic. :. Exogenous.

Principles of Infection
Principles of Infection - presentation

yoshiko-ma

Nevada Health Science. Principles of Infection. Understanding the basic principles of infection is essential for any health care worker in any field of health care.. Disease transmission. Prevention of disease transmission.

“Infection Prevention”
“Infection Prevention” - presentation

danika-pri

It’s Everyone’s Responsibility!. . ANNUAL INSERVICE. and. New Employee Orientation. . INFECTION PREVENTION. What is the most important thing all staff can do to help prevent the spread of infection?.

Infection Prevention
Infection Prevention - presentation

tatiana-do

and Control. Standard. 15. Learning outcomes. 15.1 . Prevent the spread of infection. Standard. 15. Introduction. Infection and infectious diseases in humans . are caused . when harmful germs, known as pathogens enter the body and .

Infection Prevention
Infection Prevention - presentation

olivia-mor

and Control. Standard. 15. Learning outcomes. 15.1 . Prevent the spread of infection. Standard. 15. Introduction. Infection and infectious diseases in humans . are caused . when harmful germs, known as pathogens enter the body and .

Infection Unit 12 Understanding Microbes
Infection Unit 12 Understanding Microbes - presentation

karlyn-boh

Location of microbes:. Skin. Mouth. Within our bodies (intestines). In and on food we eat (meats, condiments). On what we touch or handle (desk, doors, handrails, etc.). Nonpathogens. :. . microbes that are useful to us. They do not cause disease..

Advanced infection  prevention training
Advanced infection prevention training - presentation

giovanna-b

CIP Consulting LLC. Overview of Intermediate Infection Prevention Training. Adult learning. Change Theory. Components of a successful Infection prevention program. CDC Surveillance Definitions (“Big 4).

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