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Infectious Disease: Pathogenesis, Prevention and Case Studies
Infectious Disease Pathogenesis Prevention and Case Studies
Author: Nandini Shetty, Julian W Tang, Julie Andrews
?? a fun and readable book that engages the imagination and retains the interest of the clinically oriented reader while conveying an understanding of the direct implications of molecular characteristics of infectious agents to the practice of medicine..? ?Emerging Infectious Diseases, January 2010 ?? provides a valuable overvie...  more » ?Clinical Infectious Diseases, 2010

The study of infectious diseases has undergone major changes since its infancy when it was largely a documentation of epidemics. It has now evolved into a dynamic phenomenon involving the ecology of the infectious agent, pathogenesis in the host, reservoirs and vetors, as well as the complex mechanisms concerned in the spread of infection and the extent to which this spread occurs. Rapid globalization has led to unprecedented interest in infectious diseases worldwide and their effect on complex population dynamics including migration, famine, fire, war, and terrorism. It is now essential for public health officials to understand the basic science behind infectious disease and, likewise, students studying ID must have a broader understanding of the implications of infectious disease in a public health context as well as clinical presentation and prevention. The clear demand for an integrated approach has led to the publication of this text. Check out the student companion site at
ISBN-13: 9781405135436
ISBN-10: 1405135433
Publication Date: 5/18/2009
Pages: 664
Edition: 1

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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Book Type: Hardcover
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