Fall for 2017-2018
A series of lectures and laboratory experiences devoted to the pathogenic bacteria and viruses of humans. The mechanism of pathogenicity, the clinical picture of the disease, prophylaxis, and therapeutic are discussed. The laboratory experiences include identification of pathogens in sputum, spinal fluid, blood, urine, and stool cultures. Aseptic technique is stressed in the laboratory. Three lecture hours and one three-hour laboratory. Prerequisites: CHEM-001 and -002 or HSCI-110 and -111, HSCI-101 and -102 or permission of the instructors. Fall.
Prerequisites: CHEM-001 and -002 or HSCI-111, HSCI-101 and -102 or permission of the instructor. Fall.
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