What is tuberculosisWhat is TB?TB epidemiologiTB patogenesePrimær og sekundær TBPulmonær TBEkstrapulmonær TB (del 1)Ekstrapulmonær TB (del 2)Mantoux-test (også kendt som PPD eller TST)Fortolkning af PPDDiagnosing active TBPreventing TB transmissionForebygning af TB ved hjælp af de "4 I'er"Treatment of Active TBDrug-resistant TBTB and HIV
What is the flu?Catching and spreading the fluWhen flu viruses attack!Three types of fluNaming the flu: H-something, N-somethingTesting for the fluAntiviral drugs for the fluGenetic shift in fluEffektivitet af influenzavaccineFlu shift and driftTwo flu vaccines (TIV and LAIV)Influenzavaccine - risici og fordeleMaking flu vaccine each year5 almindelige influenza vaccine undskyldningerVaccines and the autism myth - part 1Vaccines and the autism myth - part 2Flu surveillance
What are sexually transmitted infections?What is gonorrhea?Pathophysiology, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of gonorrheaWhat is chlamydia?Pathophysiology of chlamydiaDiagnosis, treatment, and prevention of chlamydiaWhat is syphilis?What is tertiary syphilis?What is congenital syphilis?Diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of syphilisWhat is chancroid?What is trichomoniasis?Pathophysiology of herpesWhat is neonatal herpes?Diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of herpesWhat are warts?What is bacterial vaginosis?
What is HIV/AIDS?What is HIV and AIDS?Transmission of HIVHow HIV infects us: Mucous membranes, dendritic cells, and lymph nodesHow HIV infects us: CD4 (T-helper) lymphocyte infectionHow HIV kills so many CD4 T cellsDiagnosing HIV - Concepts and testsTreating HIV: Antiretroviral drugsHAART treatment for HIV - Who, what, why, when, and howDefining AIDS and AIDS defining illnessesImmune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome (IRIS) in AIDSPreventing an HIV infection
What is malaria?The basics of malariaDiagnosing malariaTreatment of malariaPreventing malaria
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There's an intricate dance between humans, viruses, bacteria, molds, and even tiny worms! They want to survive and replicate just like humans do... and this is why they cause infections. From the flu to HIV, we’ll explore the underlying mechanisms that these creepy crawlies use to reproduce and spread.