*  Hepatitis A Questions and Answers for Health Professionals | Division of Viral Hepatitis | CDC
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*  Teach prevention | definition of Teach prevention by Medical dictionary
Transmission of infectious disease during air travel. There aren't enough professionals in the world to teach prevention, ... Treat the cause of disease, not its symptoms (tolle causum); • Teach prevention (docere) and the patient learns prevention.. ... prostate disease, rheumatic disease, psychosomatic disease, sciatica, seizures, sexual problems, shortness of breath, sinusitis ... This strategic philanthropy platform aims to Treat patients, Teach prevention and patient care, Build capacity in healthcare ...
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*  Federal Register :: Occupational Exposure to Tuberculosis
As noted above, workers are exposed to TB when they serve patients or clients who have infectious disease, and one of the most ... of TB transmissions from patients to healthcare workers are not preventable because, at the time of transmission, the patient's ... As the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) put it: Obviously, protecting workers against ... isolating patients with infectious TB in rooms designed to protect others from contact with disease-causing microorganisms, ...
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*  Scientific community urges officials and public to use latest evidence as guide in H1N1 prevention and protection procedures |...
... leading infectious diseases doctors, hospital epidemiologists, and infection preventionists urge officials to base ... the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA), and the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology ... represents more than 8,600 infectious diseases physicians and scientists devoted to patient care, education, research, and ... In the case of certain procedures that could potentially "aerosolize" the virus, thereby allowing for airborne transmission, ...
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*  Faculty Profile | IAS-USA
Clarithromycin or rifabutin alone or in combination for primary prophylaxis of Mycobacterium avium complex disease in patients ... Chemokine receptor blockade to prevent mucosal transmission of HIV-1 Current Professional Summary: Dr Lederman is Professor of ... University Hospitals of Cleveland, Fellowship in Infectious Diseases (1980). Selected Publications: *Wu H, Kuritzkes DR, St ... Immune responses to hepatitis C and non- hepatitis C antigens in hepatitis C virus infected and HIV-1 coinfected patients. AIDS ...
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*  Infection Prevention and Control in Pediatric Ambulatory Settings | FROM THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS | Pediatrics
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*  Faculty Profile | IAS-USA
He also serves as Director of the Oral Health Center at Grady's Infectious Disease Program, a program he founded over 12 years ... HIV Transmission in the Dental Setting and the HIV-Infected Oral Health Care Professional: Workshop 1C. Adv Dent Res 23(1):106- ... Deitz CA, Reznik DA, Abalah E, Robbins DK.: Patients' Attitudes about Rapid Oral HIV Testing in an Urban, Free Dental Clinic. ... His research interests include the changing epidemiology of oral disease seen in association with HIV disease, screening for ...
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*  CNJ-016 Injection - FDA prescribing information, side effects and uses
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*  Attenuvax (Measles Virus Vaccine Live): Side Effects, Interactions, Warning, Dosage & Uses
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*  Faculty Profile | IAS-USA
Current Professional Summary: My laboratory has longstanding interests in HIV-1, SIV and hepatitis C virus (HCV) transmission, ... NIH AIDS Vaccine Research Subcommittee (AVRS), National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) ... Physician Education: Bridging Clinical Research and Patient Care. *Log in. *Register. *Contact ... Elucidation of Hepatitis C virus transmission and early diversification by single genome sequencing. PLoS Pathog. 8:e1002880, ...
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*  Alimuddin Zumla - Wikipedia
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*  Protecting Human Research Participants
... to gain an understanding of the transmission of infectious hepatitis and, subsequently, to test the effects of gamma globulin ... 1963 Jewish Chronic Disease Hospital Study Studies were undertaken at the Jewish Chronic Disease Hospital in New York to ... Live cancer cells were injected into chronically ill and debilitated patients who were told they were receiving a skin test. ... who conducted Nazi experiments during WWII were tried separately from other war criminals because of their professional status ...
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*  Patent US5527272 - Bacteriocidal dialysis collection bag and method - Google Patents
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*  Diseases of suspected chemical etiology and their prevention, principles of studies on (EHC 72, 1987)
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*  Poliomyelitis - Wikipedia
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*  Patent US5744038 - Solvent extraction methods for delipidating plasma - Google Patents
... can result in complications due to the possible introduction of foreign proteins and transmission of infectious diseases. ... Plasmaphersis (plasma exchange) thereapy has been developed and involved replacement of the patient's plasma with donor plasma ... dietitians and other health professionals. ... A method of treating infectious diseases. WO2002000266A2 *. Jun ... A method of treating and preventing infectious diseases. WO2002000266A3 *. Jun 21, 2001. Mar 28, 2002. Lipid Sciences Inc. A ...
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*  American Society for Microbiology
... from new and reemerging infectious diseases and the leading role of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases: ... cause of disease), the evolution of pathogenicity, drug resistance, and disease transmission. This fundamental knowledge is ... Given the magnitude of the burden of disease and disability to society, the untold human suffering to patients and their ... we hope that Congress will seriously consider such an increase because it is based on the professional judgment budget ...
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