Infectious Diseases in Primary Care

Infectious Diseases in Primary Care

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BRYAN: INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN PRIMARY CARE covers disorders that primary care providers, family physicians and internists see on a regular basis. The clear organization starts with an overview of Infectious Diseases, followed by special issues in Pediatrics and Obstetrics, infectious disease emergencies, common problems, and also addresses specific pathogens, immunization, and antimicrobial therapy. This handy book guides the reader to recognize life threatening emergencies, to identify and treat all of the common infectious diseases that are prevalent today, and to follow a cost-effective approach to the common, high volume infectious problems.Zagt; Serologic tests should generally be used to answer specific questions. ... Manual of Clinical Laboratory Immunology. ... The PCR is based on the ability of an enzyme, DNA polymerase, to make large quantities of new double-stranded DNA fragments ... Examples include the ligase chain reaction (LCR) and Q3 replicase system (probe amplification technologies), ... and strand-displacement amplification (SDA) (target amplification technologies), and branched DNA ( bDNA) assay (aanbsp;...

Title:Infectious Diseases in Primary Care
Author: Charles S. Bryan
Publisher:Saunders - 2002

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