Infectious Diseases PowerPoint Presentations - PPT
Next Generation Science/Common Core Standards Addressed!. CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RH.11-12.2 Determine . the central ideas or information of a primary or secondary source; provide an accurate summary that makes clear the relationships among the key details and ideas.
Important Terms. Emerging . infectious disease- . An infectious disease that has newly appeared in a population or that has been known for some time but is rapidly increasing in incidence or geographic range.
Infection: Results when a pathogen invades and begins growing within the host. Disease: Results only if and when normal tissue function is impaired. The body has defense mechanisms to prevent infection (i.e. burns, skin lesions).
This reflects the combined impacts of rapid demographic environmental social technological and other changes in our ways ofliving Climate change will also affect infectious disease occurrence CLIMATE CHANGE AND HUMAN HEALTH RISK AND RESPONSES 16 Hu
Pathogenicity . of Infectious . Diseases. PATHOGEN. ENVIRONMENT. HOST. DISEASE. . TRIAD. . Host. -. Parasite Interactions. OTHER MICROBES. Microbial Interactions. KOCH'S POSTULATES. Four . criteria that were established by Robert Koch to identify the .
The epidemiological . transition model. . The . replacement of infectious diseases by chronic diseases over time due to expanded public health and sanitation.. Define:. Infectious disease:. Chronic disease: .
database. 10/4/2014. 1. Presenter Disclosures. I . developed. “IDdx: Infectious Disease Queries” which is currently a free download from . Apple Store. (. iPhone. or . iPad. ) and . Google Play.
Epidemiological . Transition Model. ETM-within the past 200 years, virtually every country has experienced an . epidemiological transition-a long-term shift in health and disease patterns. . This transition from a high level of death for young people (.
Many infectious and non-infectious diseases have been documented in captive jaguars. Non-infectious problems include a high incidence of neoplasia [12-15] which may be associated with husbandry in cap
Module 4: . Tips for Reducing . Exposure . to . Bloodborne. and. Other Infectious . Diseases. Presenter’s Name. Host Organization. Session Goals. Participants will be able to do the following: . Identify the key steps of Standard Precautions..
How are disease transmitted ?. Disease. Disease Query. Go around the room and find someone who knows someone or has ever had one of these diseases.. Put their initial in the square.. You can only fill one square. .
Measles (SubacuteSclerosingPanencephalitis)HIV (HIV-D, HIV dementia)HTLV-I MyelopathyJC and BK (Progressive multifocalleukoencephalopathy)Rubella panencephalitisRabiesCanine distemper virusPrionDiseas
Note: If these diseases are initially reported to MDPH, local boards of health will be notified through MAVEN.
Clostridium difficile. Infections. Dale N. Gerding, MD. Chair, National and Global Public Health Committee, Infectious Diseases Society of America. The comments and statements of the presenter are his own and those of the Infectious Diseases Society of America and do not officially represent the views or position of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs or Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine..