Infectious Diseases

Dynamic Models of Infectious Diseases: Volume 1: Vector-Borne Diseases (Repost)

Dynamic Models of Infectious Diseases: Volume 1: Vector-Borne Diseases By Vadrevu Sree Hari Rao, Ravi Durvasula
2012 | 299 Pages | ISBN: 1461439604 | PDF | 5 MB

The Lancet Infectious Diseases - November 2012  

Posted by Mitsu at Nov. 1, 2012
The Lancet Infectious Diseases - November 2012

The Lancet Infectious Diseases - November 2012
English | 84 pages | True PDF | 3.79 MB

The Lancet Infectious Diseases is recognized for providing a global, authoritative and independent forum for the highest quality infectious diseases research and opinion, covering the research and treatment of diseases and conditions such as HIV/AIDS, healthcare association infections, antibiotic resistance, malaria, tuberculosis, and emerging infections.

The Lancet Infectious Diseases - October 2012  

Posted by Mitsu at Oct. 24, 2012
The Lancet Infectious Diseases - October 2012

The Lancet Infectious Diseases - October 2012
English | 86 pages | True PDF | 4.43 MB

The Lancet Infectious Diseases is recognized for providing a global, authoritative and independent forum for the highest quality infectious diseases research and opinion, covering the research and treatment of diseases and conditions such as HIV/AIDS, healthcare association infections, antibiotic resistance, malaria, tuberculosis, and emerging infections.

The Lancet Infectious Diseases - September 2012  

Posted by Mitsu at Sept. 14, 2012
The Lancet Infectious Diseases - September 2012

The Lancet Infectious Diseases - September 2012
English | 99 pages | True PDF | 3.91 MB

The Lancet Infectious Diseases is recognized for providing a global, authoritative and independent forum for the highest quality infectious diseases research and opinion, covering the research and treatment of diseases and conditions such as HIV/AIDS, healthcare association infections, antibiotic resistance, malaria, tuberculosis, and emerging infections.

The Lancet Infectious Diseases - August 2012  

Posted by Mitsu at Aug. 29, 2012
The Lancet Infectious Diseases - August 2012

The Lancet Infectious Diseases - August 2012
English | 77 pages | True PDF | 2.54 MB

The Lancet Infectious Diseases is recognized for providing a global, authoritative and independent forum for the highest quality infectious diseases research and opinion, covering the research and treatment of diseases and conditions such as HIV/AIDS, healthcare association infections, antibiotic resistance, malaria, tuberculosis, and emerging infections.

The Lancet Infectious Diseases - July 2012  

Posted by Mitsu at July 2, 2012
The Lancet Infectious Diseases - July 2012

The Lancet Infectious Diseases - July 2012
English | 91 pages | True PDF | 3.10 MB

The Lancet Infectious Diseases is recognized for providing a global, authoritative and independent forum for the highest quality infectious diseases research and opinion, covering the research and treatment of diseases and conditions such as HIV/AIDS, healthcare association infections, antibiotic resistance, malaria, tuberculosis, and emerging infections.

The Lancet Infectious Diseases - June 2012  

Posted by Mitsu at May 29, 2012
The Lancet Infectious Diseases - June 2012

The Lancet Infectious Diseases - June 2012
English | 83 pages | True PDF | 2.05 MB

The Lancet Infectious Diseases is recognized for providing a global, authoritative and independent forum for the highest quality infectious diseases research and opinion, covering the research and treatment of diseases and conditions such as HIV/AIDS, healthcare association infections, antibiotic resistance, malaria, tuberculosis, and emerging infections.

The Lancet Infectious Diseases - May 2012  

Posted by Mitsu at May 14, 2012
The Lancet Infectious Diseases - May 2012

The Lancet Infectious Diseases - May 2012
English | 77 pages | True PDF | 5.67 MB

The Lancet Infectious Diseases is recognized for providing a global, authoritative and independent forum for the highest quality infectious diseases research and opinion, covering the research and treatment of diseases and conditions such as HIV/AIDS, healthcare association infections, antibiotic resistance, malaria, tuberculosis, and emerging infections.
Infectious Diseases of the Female Genital Tract (Infectious Disease of the Female Genital Tract) by Richard L Sweet

Infectious Diseases of the Female Genital Tract (Infectious Disease of the Female Genital Tract) by Richard L Sweet
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; Fifth Edition (March 1, 2009) | ISBN: 0781778158 | Pages: 480 | PDF | 8.32 MB

Thoroughly updated and now featuring more than 100 full-color illustrations, the Fifth Edition of this comprehensive reference provides current, complete diagnostic and therapeutic information on infectious diseases of the female genital tract. This edition includes new chapters on human papillomavirus and the new vaccines and on infection as a cause of neonatal brain damage. The book emphasizes an evidence-based approach to recommendations and presents current guidelines for treatment of sexually transmitted diseases. The presentation of material has been streamlined to produce a smaller, more user-friendly text, and the format has been modified to include additional algorithms and tables. A companion Website will offer the fully searchable text and an image bank.
Infectious Diseases in Critical Care Medicine (Infectious Disease and Therapy) by Cunha

Infectious Diseases in Critical Care Medicine (Infectious Disease and Therapy) by Cunha
Publisher: Informa Healthcare; 1st edition (June 15, 1998) | ISBN: 0824701143 | Pages: 848 | PDF | 132 MB

This multiauthored book has four main sections ("General Concepts," "Clinical Syndromes," "Special Problem Areas," and "Therapeutic Considerations") and 43 chapters. It is a useful compilation of information about diverse problems concerning infectious diseases in the intensive care unit. Certain reviews, such as those on infections after neurosurgery, nosocomial pneumonia, infective endocarditis, febrile neutropenia, and resistance to antibiotics, are well written and designed to promote evidence-based practice. The chapter on the mechanisms of antibiotic-induced release of endotoxins is articulate and provocative. The four chapters on noninfectious mimics of infectious syndromes in the intensive care unit are helpful reminders that there may be alternative diagnoses. Many pearls, derived from the editor's extensive experience in infectious-disease consultation and presented in the first overview chapter, will benefit the reader. The judicious use of tables to summarize concepts will be particularly helpful on teaching rounds.