With a concise, systems–based approach, the third edition has been revised and restructured and now covers wider epidemiological and public concerns. Key feature boxes, self assessment and case studies assist learning in each chapter.
Designed to be used either as a basic learning text, or as a practical textbook in the clinical setting, Infection: Microbiology and Management, previously titled Infectious Disease, will continue to appeal to students at all stages of their career, candidates for higher examinations, the general physician and surgeon, epidemiologists and experts in public health.
1 The Nature and Pathogenesis of Infection.
2 Structure and Classification of Pathogens.
3 Laboratory Techniques in the Diagnosis of Infection.
4 Antimicrobial Chemotherapy.
Part 2: Systematic Infectious Diseases.
5 Infections with Skin, Mucosal and Soft–tissue Disorders.
6 Upper Respiratory Tract Infections.
7 Lower Respiratory Tract Infections.
8 Gastrointestinal Infections and Food Poisoning.
9 Infections of the Liver.
10 Infections of the Urinary Tract.
11 Childhood Infections.
12 Infections of the Cardiovascular System.
13 Infections of the Central Nervous System.
14 Bone and Joint Infections.
Part 3: Genital, Sexually Transmitted and Birth–Related Infections.
15 Genital and Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
16 HIV Infection and Retroviral Diseases.
17 Congenital and Perinatal Infections.
Part 4: Disorders Affecting More than One System.
18 Tuberculosis and Other Mycobacterial Diseases.
19 Bacteraemia and Sepsis.
20 Pyrexia of Unknown Origin.
21 Post–infectious Disorders.
Part 5: Special Hosts, Environments and the Community.
22 Infections in Immunocompromised Patients.
23 Hospital Infections.
24 Travel–associated and Exotic Infections.
25 Control of Infection in the Community.
26 Emerging and Re–emerging Infections.