Infectious Diseases

Bacterial resistance is at an all-time high and threatening new viral infections have emerged, leading to high demand for this course. Many organisms including bacteria, viruses and fungi are capable of producing infectious disease in animals and humans. Almost every body tissue and organ may be affected by an infectious agent.

In this course, we discuss the classification of microorganisms and normal flora present in the human host. We also explore the host-parasite relationship in the pathogenesis of infectious diseases, and the physiological responses to infection. We review the pathophysiology of the most common infectious diseases and the pharmacology of the drug therapies used in their management.

Product Details

Course Name
Infectious Diseases

13 modules in 2 binders.
Number of pages: 808.
Suggested number of hours of study: 80.

C.E. Units
8 (What is this?)


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Key Objectives

After completing the course students will be able to:

  • Discuss virulence of bacteria and host defence mechanisms
  • Describe the major infectious diseases, their pharmacological treatments and the bacterial resistance potential
  • Discuss the pathophysiology of common infectious diseases and their pharmacological treatment
Exam Details

Type of Exam
Multiple Choice

Number of questions
100 questions

Time Limit
2 hours

Passing Grade

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