The guideline covers chapters of common diseases in Tanzania. Most chapters start with a title, a brief description of the topic, common clinical signs and symptoms of each disease, the diagnosis and differentials, investigations, treatments and supportive care. Topics covered includes: Syndromic Approach, Oral and Dental Condition, Gastro Intestinal Disease Condition, Respiratory Disease Conditions, Obstetrical or gynaecological Disease Conditions and Contraception, Cardiovascular Disease Conditions, Skin Diseases and Allergic Reactions, Musculo Skeletal and Joint Disease Conditions, Kidney and Urological Disorders, Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases, Eye Disease Conditions., Nervous System Disease Conditions, Metabolic And Endocrine Disease Conditions, Haematological Disease Conditions, Malignant Disease Conditions., Bacterial Infections and Nutritional Disorders.
Author(s): Ministry Of Health And Social Welfare, Tanzania
This note covers the following topics: Food borne diseases (FBD) are acute illnesses associated with the recent consumption of food .Classification of food borne diseases, Food borne infections , Salmonellosis, Common food poisoning serotypes, Typhoid and Paratyphoid fever, Disease symptoms, Campylobacteriosis, Mode of infection, Escherichia coli food borne infection, Enteroinvasive E coli, Cholera, Vibrio parahemolyticus foodborne Infection, Listeria monocytogenes infection, Vehicle foods, Viral Foodborne Infections, Toxin production, Botulinal toxins, Role of preservatives in meat, Infant botulism, Fungal intoxications.
Author(s): Prof. Jackson N. Ombui
The goal of Vignettes in Patient Safety is to illustrate and discuss, in a clinically relevant format, examples in which evidence-based approaches to patient care, using established methodologies to develop highly functional multidisciplinary teams, can help foster an institutional culture of patient safety and high-quality care delivery.
Author(s): Michael S. Firstenberg and Stanislaw P. Stawicki
This note covers the following topics: Evidence-Based Pain Therapy, Acute Postoperative Pain: Context, Outcomes, and Clinical Interventions, Pharmacotherapy: Opioids, NSAIDS, Adjuvants, and Analgesic Equivalence, Neuropathic Pain, Headache and Craniofacial Pain Disorders, Cancer Pain, Back Pain.
Author(s): Tufts University
This book covers the following topics: Definition of Food borne diseases, Epidemiology, Classification and Etiology of Some Food Borne Diseases, Pathogenesis and Clinical Features of Common Food-borne Diseases, Diagnosis of Food-borne Diseases, General Management Approaches of Food-borne Diseases, Prevention and Control of Food-borne Diseases, Investigation of Outbreaks of Food-borne Diseases.
Author(s): Negga Baraki, Abera Wodajo, Mussie Abera, M.D, Lemessa Oljira, Habtamu Mitiku, Seyoum Mengistu, M.D, Fekade Ketema
This note covers the following topics: Approach to Patient with Fever and Rash, Description of Rash, Associated Signs and Symptoms, Exposures, Toxic Shock Syndrome, Measles , MMR recommendations for travelers, Stevens-Johnson Syndrome, Scarlet Fever, Hand Foot and Mouth.
Author(s): Christina Hermos
This note emphasizes the biology of malaria parasites and factors affecting their transmission to humans by anopheline vectors. Topics include host-parasite-vector relationships; diagnostics; parasite biology; vector biology; epidemiology; host immunity; risk factors associated with infection, human behavior, chemotherapy, and drug resistances; anti-vector measures; vaccine development; and management and policy issues.
Author(s): Clive Shiff, Nirbhay Kumar and David Sullivan
This lecture note provides an understanding of approaches to measuring the burden of injuries around the world and familiarizes students with current estimates of the burden of injuries in the global and developing world.
Author(s): Johns Hopkins University
This book explains how scientists unravel the many different ways medicines work in the body and how this information guides the hunt for drugs of the future.
Author(s): U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services
To indicate the practical usefulness of psychotherapeutic principles in their application to the work of the general practitioner is the object of this book. The author simply states his experiences in support of his conviction of the broad scope and usefulness of psychotherapeutic procedures, and endeavors to show how their application is upheld by the theories advanced by the leaders of the present-day conception of psychotherapeutic principles, and describes the technic of their application.
Author(s): Henry S. Munro
The essays which compose this volume deal chiefly with a variety of subjects to which every physician must have given more or less thought. Some of them touch on matters concerning the mutual relation of physician and patient, but are meant to interest and instruct the laity rather than the medical attendant.
Author(s): S. Weir Mitchell
This note explains the following topics: Breast Exam, History of Present, The Rest of the History, Review of Systems, Illness Male Genital or Rectal Exam, The Oral Presentation, The Upper Extremities, Outpatient Clinics, The Lower Extremities, Inpatient Medicine, Vital Signs, Musculo-Skeletal Exam, The Eye Exam, The Mental Status Exam, Head and Neck Exam, The Neurological Exam, The Lung Exam, Cardiovascular Exam and Commonly Used Abbreviations.
Author(s): Jan Thompson
Dying, however, is part of life. This report argues that we can do much more to relieve suffering, respect personal dignity, and provide opportunities for people to find meaning in life's conclusion.Carotid Artery Disease - From Bench to Bedside and Beyond.
Author(s): Marilyn J. Field and Christine K. Cassel
This note explains the following topics: The human genome, Cancer, Brain function, Fetal and child development and Future health scenarios and public policy.
Author(s): Marshall Marinker