Opportunistic parasite disease

UV Inactivation Chart1 (in mJ/cm2)

UV Inactivation Chart1 (in mJ/cm2) Typical Wyckomar UV systems produce UV doses of 38 – 60 mJ/cm2 1 UV energy levels required at 254 nanometer wavelength for 99.9% (log 3) destruction of organisms Organism Type Affiliated Disease, Contamination, Toxin Dose log 3 Reference

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Protozoan parasites Cryptosporidium Giardia Cyclospora

Since Cryptosporidium parvum, Giardia intestinalis, and Cyclospora cayeta- nensis are the parasites of primary concern in the area of drinking-water supply, and much information on waterborne transmission is available from recent research, it is on these three organisms that the remainder of this section con-

www.who.int/water_sanitation_health/dwq/admicrob5.pdf
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Non-Candida albicans Candida yeasts of the oral cavity

pathogen in the oral cavity, but the number of isolated species other than Candida Candida albicans is increasing [7,13,14]. These species are often resistant to commonly used azole antifungal agents.

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GASTROINTESTINAL PARASITES OF CAPTIVE AND FREE …

(n ¼ 6). Opportunistic fecal samples were also collected from 13 free-living lemurs on zoo grounds, consisting of E. f. albifrons (n ¼ 8), E. rubriventer (n ¼ 3), and V. variegata (n ¼ 2).

https://www.stlzoo.org/download_file/view/5127/1831
November 19th,2018

Human Parasitology - m-learning.zju.edu.cn

You need to know in the course of human parasitology •What is parasitology? •What are parasitism, parasite and host ? •What is the life cycle of a parasite? •How is the host-parasite interplay ? •How do we diagnose the infections with parasites? •What do we need to understand in the epidemiology of parasitic infections? •What are principles of control of parasitic

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November 19th,2018

UV Inactivation Chart1 (in mJ/cm2)

UV Inactivation Chart1 (in mJ/cm2) Typical Wyckomar UV systems produce UV doses of 38 – 60 mJ/cm2 1 UV energy levels required at 254 nanometer wavelength for 99.9% (log 3) destruction of organisms Organism Type Affiliated Disease, Contamination, Toxin Dose log 3 Reference

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November 19th,2018

INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL PARASITOLOGY

UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS MEDICAL SCIENCES - Introduction To Medical Parasitology - Manar M.S. El-Tonsy ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) • A permanent parasite that lives in or on its host without leaving it e.g. Lice. • An opportunistic parasite that is capable of producing disease in an immune-

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November 19th,2018

Pathogenic Properties (Virulence Factors) of Some Common ...

1 Pathogenic Properties (Virulence Factors) of Some Common Pathogens Acinetobacter baumannii: Genus Acinetobacter is important opportunistic pathogens in hospital-acquired infections. They cause various types of human infections, including

faculty.mtsac.edu/cbriggs/Pathogenic Properties from CAnderson.pdf
November 19th,2018

School of Dentistry - Birmingham

Microbial habitats Habitat Comment Lips, cheek, palate •Biomass limited by desquamation •Some surfaces have specialised host cell types

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