Adaptive Dynamics of Infectious Diseases: In Pursuit of Virulence Management

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Prevention and Control of Infections in Hospitals: Practice and Theory

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Neuroviral Infections: General Principles and DNA Viruses

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Infectious Complications in Transplant Recipients

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Nuclear Medicine in Tropical and Infectious Diseases

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2019 Nelson’s Pediatric Antimicrobial Therapy (25th Edition) – January 2019 Release

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Fighting Infection in the 21st Century

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The Infectious Diseases Manual, Second Edition

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Red Book Pediatric Infectious Diseases Clinical Decision Support Chart

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Infection in the Critically Ill: an Ongoing Challenge

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Cytokines in the Treatment of Infectious Diseases: Options for the Modulation of Host Defense

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The Imaging of Infection and Inflammation

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Infectious Complications of Cancer

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Despite the major developments in the therapeutic armamentarium for the treatment of infection, the morbidity and mortality of this complication remains very high in patients with compromised defences. Cancer and its treatment represents a major predisposing condition to a variety of infections. These adverse events are still with us, in spite of much progress in the therapy of infectious disease, since cancer therapy is becoming more aggressive, yet further lowering the host’s capacity to cope with infections. Moreover, the pathogens adapt effectively to drugs, and at a pace that might outrun industry’s capability to produce new agents. Finally, new pathogens are appearing as a consequence of both selection and severe immunosuppression. Infection is so common among cancer patients that its diagnosis and management represent a daily challenge to all oncologists, who must continually strive to keep abreast of developments in the area. The present comprehensive review of the most crucial and challenging aspects of the infectious complications in cancer patients will help them to do just that. GET IT FREE HERE http://nitroflare.com/view/256270180D3B84F/1461285275_Infectious.pdf ALTERNATIVE LINK https://filejoker.net/utwww2bk7n5y

Immunopathogenesis of HIV Infection

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During the last 5 years, major advances have been made in our understanding of the pathogenesis of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) disease and in the development of new potent antiviral agents. With regard to HIV pathogenesis, several recent observations have not only changed our perspectives of HIV disease, but have been critical for the design of therapeutic strategies. These oberservations include: 1. The delineation of the virologic and immunologic events associated with primary HIV infection. 2. The development of highly sensitive molecular techniques including polymerase chain reaction (PCR) assays for the determination of HIV RNA in plasma, together with the identification of lymphoid tissue as the primary anatomic site for HIV replication and spreading. 3. The characterization of the dynamics of HIV infection. 4. The identification of chemokines with suppressor activity on HIV replication and the discovery of co-receptor molecules for HIV entry. GET IT FREE HERE http://nitroflare.com/view/BF37FF00239A3D4/3642645933_Immunopathogenesis.pdf ALTERNATIVE LINK https://filejoker.net/zmzkr0mh6h9m