Clinical Microbiology Made ridiculously simple 6th latest edition download

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A brief, clear, thorough, and highly enjoyable approach to clinical microbiology, brimming with mnemonics, humor, summary charts and illustrations, from Ebola to AIDS to flesh-eating bacteria to mad cow disease, hantavirus, anthrax, smallpox, botulism, etc. Significant updates. Excellent Board review. The 6th edition adds updates to Clostridium difficile diagnosis and treatment; treatment of gonorrhea in light of growing antimicrobial resistance; Tuberculosis diagnostics, new drugs for treatment of latent TB infection and MDR TB; the latest antibiotics; update on pandemic flu, including H7N9; report on the recently discovered SARS-like coronavirus; the latest hepatitis C treatment options; the latest HIV diagnostics and recently approved HIV meds; and emerging drug-resistant bacteria

Description of the Book

Clinical Microbiology is one of the best books available worldwide regarding ease of study as this book explains the vast majority of pathogens and organisms and their effects in a very humorous way which makes it easier to remember and interesting to read. This book is for those who like to enjoy some humor with studies.

About the Author

Dr. Gladwin is Division Chief, Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, and Director, Vascular Medicine Institute of the University of Pittsburgh.Dr. Trattler is in private practice. Dr. Mahan is Division Head, Infectious Diseases, Charles George VA Hospital-Asheville.

Table of Contents

PART I. BACTERIA 
1 BACTERIAL TAXONOMY 
2 CELL STRUCTURES, VIRULENCE FACTORS, and TOXINS 
3 BACTERIAL GENETICS 
GRAM-POSITIVE BACTERIA 
4 STREPTOCOCCUS
5 STAPHYLOCOCCUS 
6 BACILLUS and CLOSTRIDIUM (SPORE-FORMING RODS) 
7 CORYNEBACTERIUM and LISTERIA (NON-SPORE-FORMING RODS) 
GRAM-NEGATIVE BACTERIA 
8 NEISSERIA 
9 THE ENTERICS
10 HOSPITAL-ACQUIRED GRAM NEGATIVES 
11 HAEMOPHILUS, BORDETELLA, and LEGIONELLA 
12 YERSINIA, FRANCISELLA, BRUCELLA, and PASTEURELLA 
13 CHLAMYDIA, RICKETTSIA, and FRIENDS 
14 SPIROCHETES ACID-FAST BACTERIA 
15 MYCOBACTERIUM  BACTERIA WITHOUT CELL WALLS 
16 MY CO PLASMA  ANTI-BACTERIAL MEDICATIONS
17 PENICILLIN FAMILY ANTIBIOTICS 
18 ANTI-RIBOSOMAL ANTIBIOTICS 
19 ANTI-TB and ANTI-LEPROSY ANTIBIOTICS 
20 MISCELLANEOUS ANTIBIOTICS 

PART 2. FUNGI
21 THE FUNGI 
22 ANTI-FUNGAL MEDICATIONS 

PART 3. VIRUSES
23 VIRAL REPLICATION and TAXONOMY 
24 ORTHOMYXO and PARAMYXOVIRIDAE 
25 HEPATITIS VIRIDAE 
26 RETROVIRIDAE, HIV, and AIDS 
27 HERPESVIRIDAE (contributing author: John Beigel, MD) 
28 REST OF THE DNA VIRUSES 
29 REST OF THE RNA VIRUSES (contributing authors: Amy Guillet Agrawal, MD and John Beige!, MD) 
30 ANTI-VIRAL MEDICATIONS 

PART 4. PARASITES 
31 PROTOZOANS
32 HELMINTHS 

PART 5. VERY STRANGE CRITTERS 
33 PRIONS (contributing author: Hans Henrik Larsen, M.D.J 

PART 6. THE END 
34 ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE: ONE STEP TOWARD THE POST-ANTIBIOTIC ERA?
(contributing author: Earnest Alexander, Pharm.D. l 
35 THE AGENTS OF BIOTERRORISM
(contributing authors: Luciana Borio, MD and Clarence Lam) 

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