Diagnosing and treating infectious diseases is a major part of most shelf exams and the USMLE Step 2 exam. This course concisely reviews the etiology, pathogenesis, clinical manifestations, laboratory diagnosis, treatment and prevention of the most common infections. It also includes a comprehensive discussion of the mechanism of action and appropriate use of the major classes of antibiotic agents.
Our specialist John Fisher from Augusta University will provide high–yield facts on infections and microbes that will also be supported by comprehensive topic reviews, quizzes and clinical pearls to make sure you go into your examinations confident in your diagnostic skills and management approach to common infections.
This course includes the following topics:
Every bit of high–yield information will be explained in an easy to understand manner. By the end of this course you will be familiar with common infectious diseases and everything you will need to know to be successful on your exams. The course is also recommended for practicing physicians, who want to refresh and deepen their knowledge for their daily work.
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Like it very much. Easy to understand, complete and concrete.
Its a really nice summary of what do any doctor needs to know to be prepare in the mission of infront the pathology
thank you so mush it was helpful thank you so mush it was helpful
The experience and knowledge that Dr Fisher has to share is invaluable for up and coming health care providers. I found it humorous and interesting; however, that in his lectures on infective endocarditis he mentioned women cardiologist as almost an anomaly. Something along the lines of... the cardiologists used to be thought of as the jet fighters of internal medicine... and... (OMG!) some of these are women now. Another lecture on the antimicrobial choice for IE he stated..."like we say...let a man buy the beer!" ....what does that mean & what does that have to do with penicillin? I grew up in the south. I've never heard this saying. Who are "we" and, why does a man have to buy beer? I like beer too.