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Cancer

Cancer

Cancer What is Cancer? Group of diseases characterized by new cells that divide and grow unrestrained. Johannes Muller discovered that tumors were made up of cells. Neoplasm: “New growth.” Neoplastic growths rob nutrients and provide no benefit to the organism Ovarian Cancer Cell

By albert
(271 views)

Avian Influenza (Highly Pathogenic)

Avian Influenza (Highly Pathogenic)

Avian Influenza (Highly Pathogenic). Fowl plague, Fowl pest, Peste aviaire, Geflugelpest, Typhus exudatious gallinarium, Brunswick bird plague, Brunswick disease, Fowl disease, Fowl or bird grippe. Overview. Organism Economic Impact Epidemiology Transmission Clinical Signs

By RoyLauris
(380 views)

Preventing Lead Poisoning In Virginia A training module for primary health care providers

Preventing Lead Poisoning In Virginia A training module for primary health care providers

Preventing Lead Poisoning In Virginia A training module for primary health care providers. Virginia Partnership for Lead Poisoning Prevention Education Virginia Institute for Developmental Disabilities Virginia Commonwealth University. Funded by: Virginia Department of Health

By elina
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Occupational Exposure to Tuberculosis

Occupational Exposure to Tuberculosis

Occupational Exposure to Tuberculosis. Objectives. Provide a basic understanding regarding the transmission and pathogenesis of M. tuberculosis Discuss the epidemiology of TB in the U.S. and N.C. Provide an overview regarding the enforcement procedures for occupational exposure to TB.

By elina
(820 views)

Old Problems, New Solutions

Old Problems, New Solutions

Old Problems, New Solutions. CSAC Excess Insurance Authority Annual Medical Malpractice Programs Training Wednesday, April 23, 2008 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Sacramento, CA. Welcome. Michael Fleming, ARM, Chief Executive Officer, CSAC Excess Insurance Authority. “housekeeping”. Handouts

By omer
(306 views)

OSHA Update

OSHA Update

OSHA Update. Scott G. Shimandle Compliance Assistance Specialist USDOL/OSHA – Allentown . Presentation Overview. What’s New in OSHA Nationally: Targeting, SHIBs, Standards Update, Alliances and Partnerships Regionally: Fines and VPP sites Locally: New AD, Alliances and Partnerships

By elina
(315 views)

Bloodborne Pathogens

Bloodborne Pathogens

Bloodborne Pathogens. Prevention of Spread of Infectious Diseases OSHA Long Term Care Worker Protection Program. Define bloodborne pathogens. Recognize OSHA standards related to bloodborne pathogens. Identify employer responsibilities related to compliance with OSHA standards .

By johana
(131 views)

Communicable Diseases

Communicable Diseases

Communicable Diseases. Stacey Montelongo ICEMS System 2005. OSHA. OSHA published the final regulation on occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens on December 6, 1991. Ryan White Law. Enacted in 1990

By Gabriel
(320 views)

BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS

BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS

Bloodborne Pathogens. Division of Safety & Hygiene. BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS. Bloodborne Pathogens. Division of Safety & Hygiene. Objectives. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:. List bloodborne pathogens, their signs and symptoms, and how they are transmitted

By glyn
(277 views)

Complying with OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogen Final Rule

Complying with OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogen Final Rule

MODULE B. Complying with OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogen Final Rule. Statewide Program for Infection Control and Epidemiology (SPICE) UNC School of Medicine. Almost there!. OBJECTIVES. Provide an overview of the Bloodborne Pathogen (BBP) Standard Discuss bloodborne pathogen risks

By woods
(445 views)

Parathion Poisoning in Sierra Leone

Parathion Poisoning in Sierra Leone

Parathion Poisoning in Sierra Leone. The Case.

By beau
(293 views)

Dr Paul Grime MBChB MSc MRCPI MFOM Chair, Safer Needles Network UK Consultant/Honorary Senior Lecturer in Occupational M

Dr Paul Grime MBChB MSc MRCPI MFOM Chair, Safer Needles Network UK Consultant/Honorary Senior Lecturer in Occupational M

National NSI Conference 2006 – Ireland 22nd April 2006. Dr Paul Grime MBChB MSc MRCPI MFOM Chair, Safer Needles Network UK Consultant/Honorary Senior Lecturer in Occupational Medicine, Royal Free Hospital, London. UK. Membership. Trades unions – Unison, RCN, BMA

By yanni
(228 views)

DHS/Occupational/PP

DHS/Occupational/PP

Recommendations for Postexposure Prophylaxis with Occupational Exposure to HIV David H. Spach, MD Medical Director, Northwest AIDS Education and Training Center Associate Professor of Medicine,Division of Infectious Diseases University of Washington, Seattle. DHS/Occupational/PP.

By wyndham
(190 views)

Janitors, Custodians, and Housekeepers Module 3: Biological Hazards

Janitors, Custodians, and Housekeepers Module 3: Biological Hazards

Janitors, Custodians, and Housekeepers Module 3: Biological Hazards. This module:. Will demonstrate that janitors, custodians, and housekeepers may complete many different tasks Is one in a series of modules that will discuss hazards janitors, custodians, and housekeepers may encounter

By thurston
(200 views)

Janitors, Custodians, and Housekeepers Module 3: Biological Hazards

Janitors, Custodians, and Housekeepers Module 3: Biological Hazards

Janitors, Custodians, and Housekeepers Module 3: Biological Hazards. This module:. Will demonstrate that janitors, custodians, and housekeepers may complete many different tasks Is one in a series of modules that will discuss hazards janitors, custodians, and housekeepers may encounter

By remy
(171 views)

Occupational Exposure to Nitrous Oxide

Occupational Exposure to Nitrous Oxide

Occupational Exposure to Nitrous Oxide. Presented by the Office of Environmental Health and Safety. Uses of Nitrous Oxide. Anesthetic agent in medical, dental, and veterinary operatories Food processing propellant Component of certain rocket fuels Oxidant for organic compounds

By toril
(325 views)

OSCE: Respiratory Medicine

OSCE: Respiratory Medicine

OSCE: Respiratory Medicine. History. SOB Chest Pain Wheeze Cough Sputum Occupational exposure Exercise tolerance Home NEBS, 02 Childhood illnesses Weight loss Ankle swelling. Examination. Hyperinflated chest Quiet breath sound and/or wheeze Purse lip breathing

By jun
(549 views)

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم. Emerging Diseases Epidemiology of Hepatitis C Shahid Beheshti University of medical sciences, 2006 By: Hatami H. MD. MPH. Definition and Importance. Viral Hepatitis / C. Systemic infection affecting predominantly the liver Six categories of viral agents :

By fayre
(232 views)

The History of Radiobiology

The History of Radiobiology

The History of Radiobiology. Objectives . Define radiobiology Discuss the history of radiobiology Name the leaders/pioneers of radiobiology and their contributions to the field Define terms related to the measurement of radiation Identify regulations related to the field of radiobiology

By artie
(1017 views)

Occupational Health Employee Health for the IP

Occupational Health Employee Health for the IP

Occupational Health Employee Health for the IP. Reasons for developing an Employee Health Program Elements of an Employee Health Program Transmission of infection to and from the health care personnel. Key Concepts. Key Concepts.

By nara
(207 views)

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