Microbiology for Nurses, 2/e
BI Publications Pvt Ltd, Jan 1, 2007 - 296 pages
This book presents a concise account of Microbiology for nurses as per the guidelines of Nursing Council of India. It is specially designed to meet the needs of nursing students. It will be also useful for paramedical students.
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History of Microbiology and Virology
Identification of Microorganisms
Morphology of Bacteria
Classification of Bacteria
The Immune Response
Laboratory Diagnosis of Microbial Diseases
Common Bacterial Pathogens
Common Viral Pathogens
Mycoses Fungal Diseases
Common Parasitic Diseases Protozoal
active adultworm agglutination test amoebiasis Amphotericin anaphylaxis animal antibiotics antibodies antigen antimicrobial B-cells bacilli bacteria bactericidal blood agar body carrier Causative Agent cell wall characterized chemical clinical Coagulase cocci Collection of specimens containing culture cycle cyst cytoplasm Definitive host Demonstration detection develop diphtheria Direct microscopy disease disinfectants eggs ELISA enzymes faeces fever fluid fungi fungus Gram stain Gram-negative Gram-positive growth heat Hepatitis hypersensitivity immune response immunoelectrophoresis immunofluorescence test incubated Indirect immunofluorescence Infection occurs ingestion inhibiting inoculation intestine Laboratory Diagnosis Collection larvae lesions medium membrane method microorganisms microscope Morphology motile nonmotile nonsporing nucleic acid nucleus organisms parasites Pathogenicity patients penicillin produce Prophylaxis protein reaction resistant respiratory tract Salmonella schizont sensitive Serological tests serum skin smear species spirochaetes spores sputum stage sterilization stool subcutaneous swab synthesis temperature Tetracycline tissue tract infections Treatment trophozoite tuberculosis types urine vaccine virus viruses waste worm