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FEIGIN AND CHERRY'S TEXTBOOK OF PEDIATRIC INFECTIOUS DISEASES

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9781455711772 ::  FEIGIN AND CHERRY'S TEXTBOOK OF PEDIATRIC INFECTIOUS DISEASES
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<P>FEIGIN AND CHERRY'S TEXTBOOK OF PEDIATRIC INFECTIOUS DISEASES HELPS YOU PUT THE VERY LATEST KNOWLEDGE TO WORK FOR YOUR YOUNG PATIENTS WITH UNPARALLELED COVERAGE OF EVERYTHING FROM EPIDEMIOLOGY, PUBLIC HEALTH, AND PREVENTIVE MEDICINE THROUGH CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS, DIAGNOSIS, TREATMENT, AND MUCH MORE. IDEAL FOR ALL PHYSICIANS, WHETHER IN AN OFFICE OR HOSPITAL SETTING, FEIGIN AND CHERRY?S EQUIPS YOU WITH TRUSTED ANSWERS TO YOUR MOST CHALLENGING CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASE QUESTIONS.</P> <P><I>"EXCELLENT COVERAGE OF MOST UPTODATE ADVANCES IN THE BASIC SCIENCES RELATING TO THE UNDERSTANDING OF INFECTIOUS AGENTS AND MECHANISM BEHIND THEIR INFECTIVITY IS AT THE HEART OF THIS EDITION."</I> <B>REVIEWED BY</B> BACCH NEWSLETTER, MARCH 2015</P> <P><I>"THE BOOK SHOULD MEET THE EXPECTATIONS OF PURE ACADEMIC READERS TO THAT OF BUSY CLINICIANS CHALLENGED WITH CRITICAL DECISION MAKING IN THE CARE OF SICK CHILDREN ANYWHERE."</I> <B>REVIEWED BY</B> BACCH NEWSLETTER, MARCH 2015</P>

<P><B>VOLUME 1</B></P> <P><B>PART I: HOST-PARASITE RELATIONSHIPS AND THE PATHOGENESIS OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES</B></P> <P>1. MOLECULAR DETERMINANTS OF MICROBIAL PATHOGENESIS</P> <P>2. NORMAL AND IMPAIRED IMMUNOLOGIC RESPONSES TO INFECTION </P> <P>3. METABOLIC RESPONSE OF THE HOST TO INFECTIONS </P> <P>4. FEVER: PATHOGENESIS AND TREATMENT</P> <P>5. THE HUMAN MICROBIOME</P> <P>6. EPIDEMIOLOGY AND BIOSTATISTICS OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES</P><B> <P>PART II: INFECTION OF SPECIFIC ORGAN SYSTEMS</P> <P>SECTION I UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS</P></B> <P>7. THE COMMON COLD</P> <P>8. INFECTIONS OF THE ORAL CAVITY</P> <P>9. PHARYNGITIS (PHARYNGITIS, TONSILLITIS, TONSILLOPHARYNGITIS, AND NASOPHARYNGITIS)</P> <P>10. UVULITIS</P> <P>11. PERITONSILLAR, RETROPHARYNGEAL AND PARAPHARYNGEAL ABSCESSES</P> <P>12. CERVICAL LYMPHADENITIS</P> <P>13. PAROTITIS</P> <P>14. RHINOSINUSITIS</P> <P>15. OTITIS EXTERNA</P> <P>16. OTITIS MEDIA</P> <P>17. MASTOIDITIS</P> <P>18. CROUP (LARYNGITIS, LARYNGOTRACHEITIS, SPASMODIC CROUP, LARYNGOTRACHEOBRONCHITIS, BACTERIAL TRACHEITIS, AND LARYNGOTRACHEOBRONCHOPNEUMONITIS) AND EPIGLOTTITIS (SUPRAGLOTTITIS)</P><B> <P>SECTION II LOWER RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS</P></B> <P>19. ACUTE BRONCHITIS</P> <P>20. CHRONIC BRONCHITIS</P> <P>21. BRONCHIOLITIS AND INFECTIOUS ASTHMA</P> <P>22. PEDIATRIC COMMUNITY-ACQUIRED PNEUMONIA</P> <P>23. CHILDREN'S INTERSTITIAL LUNG DISEASE AND HYPERSENSITIVITY PNEUMONITIS<I> </P></I> <P>24. COMPLICATIONS OF PNEUMONIA</P> <P>25. CYSTIC FIBROSIS</P><B> <P>SECTION III INFECTIONS OF THE HEART</P></B> <P>26. INFECTIVE ENDOCARDITIS</P> <P>27. INFECTIOUS PERICARDITIS</P> <P>28. MYOCARDITIS</P> <P>29. ACUTE RHEUMATIC FEVER</P> <P>30. MEDIASTINITIS</P><B> <P>SECTION IV CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM INFECTIONS</P></B> <P>31. BACTERIAL MENINGITIS BEYOND THE NEONATAL PERIOD</P> <P>32. PARAMENINGEAL INFECTIONS</P> <P>33. FUNGAL MENINGITIS</P> <P>34. EOSINOPHILIC MENINGITIS</P> <P>35. ASEPTIC MENINGITIS AND VIRAL MENINGITIS</P> <P>36. ENCEPHALITIS AND MENINGOENCEPHALITIS</P> <P>37. PARAINFECTIONS AND POSTINFECTIOUS DISORDERS OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM</P> <P>37-A. PARAINFECTIONS AND POSTINFECTIONS DEMYELINATING DISORDERS OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM</P> <P>37-B. INFECTION-ASSOCIATED MYELITIS AND MEYLOPATHIES OF THE SPINAL CORD</P><B> <P>SECTION V GENITOURINARY TRACT INFECTIONS</P></B> <P>38. URETHRITIS</P> <P>39. CYSTITIS AND PYELONEPHRITIS</P> <P>40. RENAL ABSCESS</P> <P>41. PROSTATITIS<I> </P></I> <P>42. GENITAL INFECTIONS</P><B> <P>SECTION VI GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT INFECTIONS</P></B> <P>43. ESOPHAGITIS<I> </P></I> <P>44. APPROACH TO PATIENTS WITH GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT INFECTIONS AND FOOD POISONING</P> <P>45. ANTIBIOTIC-ASSOCIATED COLITIS</P> <P>46. WHIPPLE DISEASE<I> </P></I><B> <P>SECTION VII LIVER DISEASES</P></B> <P>47. HEPATITIS</P> <P>48. CHOLANGITIS AND CHOLECYSTITIS</P> <P>49. PYOGENIC LIVER ABSCESS</P> <P>50. REYE SYNDROME</P><B> <P>SECTION VIII OTHER INTRA-ABDOMINAL INFECTIONS</P></B> <P>51. APPENDICITIS AND PELVIC ABSCESS</P> <P>52. PANCREATITIS</P> <P>53. PERITONITIS AND INTRA-ABDOMINAL ABSCESS</P> <P>54. RETROPERITONEAL INFECTIONS</P><B> <P>SECTION IX MUSCULOSKELETAL INFECTIONS</P></B> <P>55. OSTEOMYELITIS</P> <P>56. SEPTIC ARTHRITIS</P> <P>57. BACTERIAL MYOSITIS AND PYOMYOSITIS</P><B> <P>SECTION X SKIN INFECTIONS</P></B> <P>58. CUTANEOUS MANIFESTATIIONS OF SYSTEMIC INFECTIONS</P> <P>59. ROSEOLA INFANTUM (EXANTHEM SUBITUM)</P> <P>60. SKIN INFECTIONS</P> <P>60-A. BACTERIAL SKIN INFECTIONS</P> <P>60-B. VIRAL AND FUNGAL SKIN INFECTIONS</P><B> <P>SECTION XI OCULAR INFECTIOUS DISEASES</P></B> <P>61. OCULAR INFECTIONS</P><B> <P>SECTION XII SYSTEMIC INFECTIOUS DISEASES</P></B> <P>62. BACTEREMIA AND SEPTIC SHOCK</P> <P>63. FEVER WITHOUT SOURCE AND FEVER OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN</P> <P>64. TOXIC SHOCK SYNDROME</P> <P>65. ACUTE RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME IN CHILDREN</P><B> <P>SECTION XIII INFECTIONS OF THE FETUS AND NEWBORN</P></B> <P>66. APPROACH TO THE INFECTIONS IN THE FETUS AND NEONATE </P><B> <P>SECTION XIV INFECTIONS OF THE COMPROMISED HOST</P></B> <P>67. PRIMARY IMMUNODEFICIENCIES </P> <P>68. THE FEBRIL NEUTROPENIC PATIENT</P> <P>69. OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS IN HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELL TRANSPLANTATION</P> <P>70. INFECTIONS IN PEDIATRIC HEART TRANSPLANTATION</P> <P>71. INFECTIONS IN PEDIATRIC LUNG TRANSPLANTATION</P> <P>72. OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS IN LIVER AND INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION</P> <P>73. OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION</P> <P>74. INFECTIONS RELATED TO PROSTHETIC OR ARTIFICIAL DEVICES </P> <P>75. INFECTIONS RELATED TO CRANIOFACIAL SURGICAL PROCEDURES</P> <P>76. INFECTIONS IN BURN PATIENTS</P><B> <P>SECTION XV UNCLASSIFIED INFECTIOUS DISEASES</P></B> <P>77. KAWASAKI DISEASE</P> <P>78. CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME</P><B> <P>PART III: INFECTIONS WITH SPECIFIC MICROORGANISMS</P> <P>SECTION XVI BACTERIAL INFECTIONS</P></B> <P>79. NOMENCLATURE FOR AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC BACTERIA</P><B> <P>SUBSECTION 1 GRAM-POSITIVE COCCI</P></B> <P>80. STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS INFECTIONS (COAGULASE-POSITIVE STAPHYLOCOCCI)</P> <P>81. COAGULASE -NEGATIVE STAPHYLOCOCCAL INFECTIONS</P> <P>82. GROUP A, GROUP C AND GROUP G BETA - HEMOLYTIC STREPTOCOCCAL INFECTION</P> <P>83. GROUP B STREPTOCOCCAL INFECTIONS</P> <P>84. ENTEROCOCCAL AND VIRIDANS STREPTOCOCCAL INFECTIONS</P> <P>85. PNEUMOCOCCAL INFECTIONS</P> <P>86. MISCELLANEOUS GRAM POSITIVE COCCI</P><B> <P>SUBSECTION 2 GRAM-NEGATIVE COCCI</P></B> <P>87. MORAXELLA CATARRHALIS</P> <P>88. MENINGOCOCCAL DISEASE</P> <P>89. GONOCOCCAL INFECTIONS</P><B> <P>SUBSECTION 3 GRAM-POSITIVE BACILLI</P></B> <P>90. DIPTHERIA</P> <P>91. ANTHRAX</P> <P>92. BACILLUS CEREUS</P> <P>93. ARCANOBACTERIUM HAEMOLYTICUM</P> <P>94. ERYSIPELOTHRIX RHUSIOPATHIAE</P> <P>95. LISTERIOSIS</P> <P>96. TUBERCULOSIS</P> <P>97. OTHER MYCOBACTERIA</P> <P>98. LEPROSY AND BURULI ULCER: THE MAJOR CUTANEOUS MYCOBACTERIOSES</P> <P>99. NOCARDIA</P> <P>100. CORYNEBACTERIUM AND RHODOCOCCUS</P><B> <P>SUBSECTION 4 GRAM-NEGATIVE BACILLI</P></B> <P>101. CITROBACTER</P> <P>102. ENTEROBACTER</P> <P>103. EXTRAINTESTINAL PATHOGENIC ESCHERICHIA COLI</P> <P>104. DIARRHEA-CAUSING AND DYSENTERY-CAUSING ESCHERICHIA COLI</P> <P>105. KLEBSIELLA</P> <P>106. MORGANELLA MORGANII</P> <P>107. PROTEUS</P> <P>108. PROVIDENCIA</P> <P>109. SHIGELLA</P> <P>110. SERRATIA</P> <P>111. SALMONELLA</P> <P>112. PLAGUE (YERSINIA SPECIES)</P> <P>113. OTHER YERSINIA SPECIES</P> <P>114. MISCELLANEOUD ENTEROBACTERIACEAE</P> <P>115. AEROMONAS</P> <P>116. PASTEURELLA MULTOCIDA </P> <P>117. CHOLERA</P> <P>118. VIBRIO PARAHAEMOLYTICUS</P> <P>119. VIBRIO VULNIFICUS</P> <P>120. MISCELLANEOUS NON-ENTEROBACTERIACEAE FERMENTATIVE BACILLI</P> <P>121. ACINETOBACTER</P> <P>122. ACHROMOBACTER (ALCALIGENES)</P> <P>123. EIKENELLA CORRODENS</P> <P>124. ELIZABETHKINGIA AND CHRYSEOBACTERIUM SPECIES</P> <P>125. PSEUDOMONAS AND RELATED GENERA</P> <P>126. STENOTROPHOMONAS (XANTHOMONAS) MALTOPHILIA</P><B> <P>SUBSECTION 5 GRAM-NEGATIVE COCCOBACILLI</P></B> <P>127. AGGREGATIBACTER ACTINOMYCETEMCOMITANS</P> <P>128. BRUCELLOSIS</P> <P>129. PERTUSSIS AND OTHER BORDETELLA INFECTIONS</P> <P>130. CALYMMATOBACTERIUM GRANULOMATIS</P> <P>131. CAMPYLOBACTER JEJUNI </P> <P>132. TULAREMIA</P> <P>133. HAEMOPHILUS INFLUENZAE</P> <P>134. OTHER HAEMOPHILUS SPECIES (DUCREYI, HAEMOLYTICUS, INFLUENZAE BIOGROUP AEGYPTIUS, PARAHAEMOLYTICUS AND PARAINFLUENZAE) AND AGGREGATIBACTER (HAEMOPHILUS) APHROPHILUS</P> <P>135. HELICOBACTER PYLORI</P> <P>136. KINGELLA KINGAE</P> <P>137. LEGIONNAIRES’ DISEASE, PONTIAC FEVER, AND RELATED ILLNESS</P> <P>138. STREPTOBACILLUS MONILIFORMIS (RAT BITE FEVER)</P> <P>139. BARTONELLA<I> </I>INFECTIONS</P><B> <P>SUBSECTION 6 TREPONEMATACEAE</P></B> <P>140. BORRELIA</P> <P>140-A. LYME DISEASE</P> <P>140-B. RELAPSING FEVER</P> <P>141. LEPTOSPIROSIS</P> <P>142. SPIRILLUM MINUS (RAT BITE FEVER)</P> <P>143. SYPHYLIS</P> <P>144. NONVENEREAL TREPONEMATOSES</P><B> <P>SUBSECTION 7 ANAEROBIC BACTERIA</P></B> <P>145. CLOSTRIDIAL INTOXICATION AND INFECTION</P> <P>146. INFANT BOTULISM</P> <P>147. TETANUS</P> <P>148. ACTINOMYCOSIS</P> <P>149. BACTEROIDES FUSOBACTERIUM AND PREVOTELLA</P><B> <P>VOLUME 2</P> <P>SECTION XVII: VIRAL INFECTIONS</P></B> <P>150. CLASSIFICATION AND NOMENCLATURE OF VIRUSES</P><B> <P>DNA VIRUSES - SUBSECTION 1 PARVOVIRIDAE</P></B> <P>151. HUMAN PARVOVIRUS</P> <P>152. HUMAN BOCAVIRUSES</P><B> <P>DNA VIRUSES - SUBSECTION 2 POLYOMAVIRIDAE</P></B> <P>153. HUMAN POLYOMAVIRUSES</P> <P>154. HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUSES</P><B> <P>DNA VIRUSES - SUBSECTION 3 ADENOVIRSES</P></B> <P>155. ADNEOVIRUSES</P><B> <P>DNA VIRUSES - SUBSECTION 4 HEPATOVIRIDAE</P></B> <P>156. HEPATITIS B AND D VIRUSES</P><B> <P>DNA VIRUSES - SUBSECTION 5 HERPESVIDIDAE</P></B> <P>157. HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUSES 1 AND 2</P> <P>158. CYTOMEGALOVIRUS</P> <P>159. EPSTEIN BARR VIRUS</P> <P>160. HUMAN HERPESVIRUSES 6, 7 AND 8</P> <P>161. VARICELLA ZOSTER VIRUS</P><B> <P>DNA VIRUSES - SUBSECTION 6 POXVIRIDAE</P></B> <P>162. SMALLPOX (VARIOLA VIRUS)</P> <P>163. MONKEY POX AND OTHER POX VIRUSES</P> <P>164. MIMIVIRUSES</P><B> <P>RNA VIRUSES - SUBSECTION 1 PICORNAVIRIDAE</P></B> <P>165. ENTEROVIRUSES AND PARECHOVIRUSES</P> <P>166. RHINOVIRUSES</P> <P>167. HEPATITIS A VIRUS</P><B> <P>RNA VIRUSES - SUBSECTION 2 CALICIVIRIDAE</P></B> <P>168. CALICIVIRUSES</P> <P>169. HEPATITIS E VIRUS</P><B> <P>RNA VIRUSES - SUBSECTION 3 REOVIRIDAE</P></B> <P>170. REOVIRUSES</P> <P>171. ORBIVIRUSES, COLTIVIRUSES, AND SEADORNAVIRUSES</P> <P>172. ROTAVIRUSES</P><B> <P>RNA VIRUSES - SUBSECTION 4 TOGAVIRIDAE</P></B> <P>173. RUBELLA VIRUS</P> <P>174. ALPHAVIRUSES</P> <P>174-A: EASTERN EQUINE ENCEPHALITIS</P> <P>174-B: WESTERN EQUINE ENCEPHALITIS</P> <P>174-C: VENEZUELAN EQUINE ENCEPHALITIS</P> <P>174-D: CHIKUNGUNYA</P> <P>174-E: ROSS RIVER VIRUS ARTHRITIS</P> <P>174-F: OTHER ALPHAVIRAL INFECTIONS</P><B> <P>SUBSECTION 5 FLAVIVIRIDAE</P></B> <P>175. FLAVIVIRUSES</P> <P>175-A: ST. LOUIS ENCEPHALITIS</P> <P>175-B WEST NILE VIRUS</P> <P>175-C: YELLOW FEVER</P> <P>175-D: DENGUE, DENGUE HEMORRHAGIC FEVER, AND SEVERE DENGUE</P> <P>175-E: JAPANESE ENCEPHALITIS</P> <P>175-F: MURRAY VALLEY ENCEPHALITIS</P> <P>175-G: TICK-BORNE ENCEPHALITIS</P> <P>175-H: OTHER FLAVIVIRAL INFECTIONS</P> <P>176. HEPATITIS C VIRUS</P><B> <P>SUBSECTION 6 ORTHOMYXOVIRIDAE</P></B> <P>177. INFLUENZA VIRUSES</P><B> <P>SUBSECTION 7 PARAMYXOVIRIDAE</P></B> <P>178. PARAINFLUENZA VIRUSES</P> <P>179. MEASLES VIRUS</P> <P>180. MUMPS VIRUS</P> <P>181. RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRUS<I> </P></I> <P>182. HUMAN METAPNEUMOVIRUS</P><B> <P>SUBSECTION 8 RHABDOVIRIDAE</P></B> <P>183. RABIES VIRUS</P><B> <P>SUBSECTION 9: ARENAVIRIDAE AND FILOVIRIDAE</P></B> <P>184. LYMPHOCYTIC CHORIOMENINGITIS VIRUS</P> <P>185. ARENAVIRAL HEMORRHAGIC FEVERS</P> <P>186. FILOVIRAL HEMORRHAGIC FEVER: MARBURG AND EBOLA VIRUS FEVERS</P><B> <P>SUBSECTION 10: CORONAVIRIDAE AND TOROVIRIDAE</P></B> <P>187. CORONAVIRUSES AND TOROVIRUSES, INCLUDING SEVERE ACUTE RESPIRATORY SYNDROME</P><B> <P>SUBSECTION 11: BUNYAVIRIDAE</P></B> <P>188. HANTAVIRUSES</P> <P>189. LA CROSSE ENCEPHALITIS AND OTHER CALIFORNIA SEROGROUP VIRUSES</P> <P>190. OTHER BUNYAVIRIDAE</P> <P>190-A: RIFT VALLEY FEVER</P> <P>190-B: CRIMEAN-CONGO HEMORRHAGIC FEVER</P> <P>190-C: PHLEBOTOMUS FEVER (SANDFLY FEVER)</P> <P>190-D: OROPOUCHE FEVER</P> <P>190-E: TOSCANA VIRUS</P><B> <P>SUBSECTION 12: RETROVIRIDAE</P></B> <P>191. HUMAN RETROVIRUSES </P> <P>191-A: ONCOVIRUSES (HUMAN T-CELL LYMPHOTROPIC VIRUSES) AND LENTIVIRUSES (HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS TYPE 2)</P> <P>191-B: HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS AND ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY SYNDROME </P><B> <P>SUBSECTION 13: PRION RELATED DISEASES</P></B> <P>192. TRANSMISSIBLE SPONGIFORM ENCEPHALOPATHIES (CREUTZFELDT-JAKOB DISEASE, GERSTMANN-STRAUSSLER-SCHEINKEER DISEASE, KURU, FATAL FAMILIAL INSOMNIA, NEW VARIANT CREUTZFELDT-JAKOB DISEASE, SPORADIC FATAL INSOMNIA)</P><B> <P>SECTION XVIII CHLAMYDIA</P></B> <P>193. CHLAMYDIA INFECTIONS</P><B> <P>SECTION XIX RICKETTSIAL DISEASES</P></B> <P>194. RICKETTSIAL AND EHRLICHIAL DISEASES</P><B> <P>SECTION XX MYCOPLASMA</P></B> <P>195. MYCOPLASMA AND UREAPLASMA INFECTIONS</P><B> <P>SECTION XXI FUNGAL DISEASES</P></B> <P>196. CLASSIFICATION OF FUNGI</P> <P>197. ASPERGILLOSIS</P> <P>198. BLASTOMYCOSIS</P> <P>199. CANDIDIASIS</P> <P>200. COCCIDIOIDOMYCOSIS</P> <P>201. PARACOCCIDIOIDOMYCOSIS</P> <P>202. CRYPTOCOCCOSIS</P> <P>203. HISTOPLASMOSIS</P> <P>204. SPOROTRICHOSIS</P> <P>205. MUCORMYCOSIS AND ENTOMOPTHORAMYCOSIS (FORMERLY ZYGOMYCOSIS)</P> <P>206. FUSARIOSIS AND SCEDOSPORIOSIS</P> <P>207. MISCELLANEOUS MYCOSES</P><B> <P>SECTION XXII PARASITIC DISEASES</P></B> <P>208. CLASSIFICATION AND NOMENCLATURE OF HUMAN PARASITES</P><B> <P>SUBSECTION 1 PROTOZOA </P></B> <P>209. AMEBIASIS</P> <P>210. BLASTOCYSTIS HOMINIS AND BLASTOCYSTIS SPP. INFECTION</P> <P>211. ENTAMOEBA COLI INFECTION</P> <P>212. GIARDIASIS</P> <P>213. DIENTAMOEBA FRAGILIS INFECTIONS</P> <P>214. TRICHOMONAS INFECTIONS</P> <P>215. BALANTIDIUM COLI INFECTION</P> <P>216. CRYPTOSPORIDIOSIS</P> <P>217. CYCLOSPORIASIS, CYSTOISOSPORIASIS AND MICROSPORIDIOSIS</P> <P>218. BABESIOSIS</P> <P>219. MALARIA</P> <P>220. LEISHMANIASIS</P> <P>221. TRYPANOSOMIASIS</P> <P>222. NAEGLERIA, ACANTHAMOEBA, AND BALAMUTHIA INFECTIONS</P> <P>223. TOXOPLASMOSIS</P> <P>224. PNEUMOCYSTIS PNEUMONIA</P><B> <P>SUBSECTION 2: NEMATODES</P></B> <P>225. PARASITIC NEMATODE INFECTIONS</P><B> <P>SUBSECTION 3: CESTODES</P></B> <P>226. CESTODES</P><B> <P>SUBSECTION 4: TREMATODES</P></B> <P>227. FOODBORNE TREMATODES</P> <P>228. SCHISTOSOMIASIS</P><B> <P>SUBSECTION 5: ARTHROPODS </P></B> <P>229. ARTHROPODS </P><B> <P>SECTION XXIII GLOBAL HEALTH</P></B> <P>230. GLOBAL HEALTH</P> <P>231. INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL ISSUES FOR CHILDREN</P> <P>232. INFECTIOUS DISEASE CONSIDERATIONS IN INTERNATIONAL ADOPTEES AND REFUGEES</P><B> <P>PART IV: THERAPEUTICS</P></B> <P>233. ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE</P> <P>234. THE PHARMACOKINETIC-PHARMACODYNAMIC INTERFACE: DETERMINANTS OF ANTI-INFECTIVE DRUG ACTION AND EFFICACY IN PEDIATRICS</P> <P>235. ANTIBACTERIAL THERAPEUTIC AGENTS</P> <P>236. ANTIMICROBIAL PROPHYLAXIS</P> <P>237. OUTPATIENT INTRAVENOUS ANTIMICORBIAL THERAPY FOR SERIOUS INFECTIONS</P> <P>238. ANTIVIRAL AGENTS</P> <P>239. ANTIFUNGAL AGENTS</P> <P>240. DRUGS FOR PARASITIC INFECTIONS</P> <P>241. IMMUNOMODULATING AGENTS<I> </P></I> <P>242. PROBIOTICS </P><B> <P>PART V: PREVENTION OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES</P></B> <P>243. HEALTH CARE- ASSOCIATED INFECTIONS</P> <P>244. ACTIVE IMMUNIZING AGENTS</P> <P>245. PASSIVE IMMUNIZATION</P><B> <P>SECTION XXIV OTHER PREVENTIVE CONSIDERATIONS</P></B> <P>246. PUBLIC HEALTH ASPECTS OF INFECTIOUS DISEASE CONTROL</P> <P>247. INFECTIONS IN CHILD CARE ENVIRONMENTS</P> <P>248. ANIMAL AND HUMAN BITES</P> <P>249. BIOTERRORISM</P><B> <P>PART VI: APPROACH TO THE LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES</P></B> <P>250. BACTERIAL LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS</P> <P>251. FUNGAL LABORATORY ANALYSIS: SPECIMEN COLLECTION, DIRECT DETECTION AND CULTURE</P> <P>252. VIRAL LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS</P> <P>253. PARASITIC LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS</P> <P><B></B></P>

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