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Microbiology

Microbiology

Microbiology Science in Motion Summer Biology Teacher Workshop 2004 Aseptic Technique and Staining Techniques in Microbiology Background Information : Aseptic Technique Negative Stain Smear Preparation Simple Stain Gram Stain Aseptic Technique Demonstration

By niveditha
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Food Safety For Food Co-ops

Food Safety For Food Co-ops

Food Safety For Food Co-ops. Cindy Brison, MS, RD UNL Extension in Douglas and Sarpy Counties. Reviewed By:. George Hanssen, Food Division Administrator for The Nebraska Department of Agriculture

By Rita
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In Schools

In Schools

In Schools. Developed by the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department, and adapted for Georgia. “ Super Bug” Sometimes called a “staph” infection Commonly causes skin infections Resistant to (not killed by) penicillin . What is MRSA (Mur-sa)?. (Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus ).

By erika
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Bloodborne Pathogens (BBPs)

Bloodborne Pathogens (BBPs)

Bloodborne Pathogens (BBPs). University of Southern Indiana . Bloodborne Pathogens Rules & Regulations. OSHA Standard - is 29 CFR 1910.1030. USI Requirements - required to develop a bloodborne pathogens plan. Also required to provide training to all employees annually.

By oshin
(173 views)

Nursing Student Orientation

Nursing Student Orientation

Nursing Student Orientation. Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center. Saint Mary’s Leadership. Mike McCoy, CEO We’re glad to have you doing clinicals at SMRMC. Saint Mary’s Leadership. Wendell VanEs, CFO We hope your clinical experience at SMRMC is enjoyable. Orientation Agenda. Dress Code

By galena
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Initiatives in addressing Anemia in Assam

Initiatives in addressing Anemia in Assam

Initiatives in addressing Anemia in Assam. Dr. Priyakshi Borkotoky Consultant Nutrition, NHM, Assam. Status of Anemia. Significant reduction in all categories. 34% reduction among WRA. ( India-4.1%) 49% reduction in among children under 5 years. ( India-6.85%)

By thuraya
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Hand Washing Protects Everyone Before Patient Contact! After Patient Contact!

Hand Washing Protects Everyone Before Patient Contact! After Patient Contact!

Good Hand Hygiene Is Good Medicine. Hand Washing Protects Everyone Before Patient Contact! After Patient Contact!. Healthcare Technology Foundation www.thehtf.org. Good Hand Hygiene Is Good Medicine. Hand Washing Protects Everyone Before Patient Contact! After Patient Contact!.

By palma
(185 views)

Food Safety For Food Co-ops

Food Safety For Food Co-ops

Food Safety For Food Co-ops. Cindy Brison, MS, RD UNL Extension in Douglas and Sarpy Counties. Reviewed By:. George Hanssen, Food Division Administrator for The Nebraska Department of Agriculture

By cid
(117 views)

Staphylococcus

Staphylococcus

Staphylococcus. Staphylococceae family. Low G + C Cocci (spheres) Grapelike clusters 3 planes 1 micrometer diameter FA Nonmotile, NSF Halotoerant Catalase (+) Oxidase (-) +/- fermentation. Staphylococcus species. 61 species Important S. aureus S. epidermidis S. saprophyticus

By kolton
(518 views)

Why WASH-HIV Matters

Why WASH-HIV Matters

Why WASH-HIV Matters. WASHplus Project April 2016. Why WASH Matters for PLHIV. Diarrhea…. Affects 90% of people living with HIV and AIDS, causing significant morbidity and mortality Reduces antiretroviral absorption Reduces absorption of nutrients

By london
(213 views)

Tough Decisions: Preparing VA for the Ethical Challenges of Pandemic Influenza

Tough Decisions: Preparing VA for the Ethical Challenges of Pandemic Influenza

Tough Decisions: Preparing VA for the Ethical Challenges of Pandemic Influenza. A Forum for VA Staff Discussion. Staff discussion forum on ethical challenges of pandemic influenza. Influenza basics How VA is preparing for pandemic influenza Possible impact of pandemic flu

By bjorn
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Optimal Prophylaxis: Case for 	Fluconazole/ 	Itraconazole

Optimal Prophylaxis: Case for Fluconazole/ Itraconazole

Optimal Prophylaxis: Case for Fluconazole/ Itraconazole. Pranatharthi H. Chandrasekar, MD Wayne State University School of Medicine Karmanos Cancer Institute. Outline. Fluconazole : Safety/Efficacy Itraconazole : Safety/Efficacy What has changed? Treatment Practices

By fox
(164 views)

Personal Hygiene and You

Personal Hygiene and You

Personal Hygiene and You . M-DCPS PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH LITERACY. Health. According to the World Health Organization, health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Hygiene.

By shadow
(165 views)

Prevention of Sepsis Among Neonates Admitted to Intensive Care Units through Promotion of Infection Control

Prevention of Sepsis Among Neonates Admitted to Intensive Care Units through Promotion of Infection Control

Prevention of Sepsis Among Neonates Admitted to Intensive Care Units through Promotion of Infection Control Safe Injection Global Network Meeting in Cambodia, 2002. High rates of sepsis among infants in neonatal ICU - mortality rates > 50% - poor response to antibiotic therapy

By tejana
(729 views)

Lab Exercise 1

Lab Exercise 1

Lab Exercise 1. The Importance of Hand Washing. Glo-Germ Kit. Washing hands after applying glo-germ gel. There are still visible “germs” under ultraviolet light!. Bacteria are easily transferred by a simple handshake!.

By giona
(271 views)

Bloodborne Pathogens (BBPs)

Bloodborne Pathogens (BBPs)

Bloodborne Pathogens (BBPs). University of Louisiana at Monroe 1st Quarter 2003 Safety Meeting. Bloodborne Pathogens Rules & Regulations. OSHA Standard - is 29 CFR 1910.1030. A link to the OSHA standard is available on the ULM safety web page.

By dung
(160 views)

PRINCIPLES OF DISEASE AND EPIDEMIOLOGY.

PRINCIPLES OF DISEASE AND EPIDEMIOLOGY.

PRINCIPLES OF DISEASE AND EPIDEMIOLOGY. By Dr. Ijeoma Otigbuo. Alias Dr. E.J. PATHOLOGY, INFECTION, AND DISEASE. Pathology. Etiology. Pathogenesis. Infection. Disease. Relationship Of Microorganisms To Healthy Human Body. Normal Microbiota. Normal Flora. Transient Microbiota.

By beate
(281 views)

Precautions

Precautions

Precautions. Hand hygiene should be performed for all patients before entering and leaving a room. Hand washing must be done for C. difficile , anthrax or any other spore forming organism.

By tuwa
(227 views)

DRINKING WATER

DRINKING WATER

DRINKING WATER. AGUA POTABLE. HAND WASHING STATION. ESTACION DE LAVA MANOS. FIRST AID PRIMEROS AUXILIOS. NOTICE. NON-POTABLE WATER NOT FOR DRINKING OR COOKING USE. AVISO. AGUA NO-POTABLE NO PARA BEBER O COCINAR. REPORT INJURIES TO SUPERVISOR. INFORME AL SUPERVISOR

By makelina
(103 views)

CCRI BIOLOGY

CCRI BIOLOGY

CCRI BIOLOGY. Bloodborne (BB) Pathogen Training. Resouce: OSU Environmental Health and Safety. A bloodborne pathogen is disease causing microorganism that is carried in the blood (or other bodily fluids). What is a BB Pathogen?. Some Diseases Caused by BB Pathogens. Malaria

By dierdra
(124 views)

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