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Bloodborne Pathogens may be transmitted once blood or body fluid from an infected victim enters another healthy individual by sharing needle-sticks, human bites or most probably through cuts and abrasions. In many cases of blood transfusion, the technique that involves the uses of riboflavin and the UV light is used to inhibit the replication of pathogen by modifying their nucleic acids is one of the steps to eliminate the blood borne infections.
- Track 1-1Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
- Track 1-2Hepatitis
- Track 1-3Syphilis
- Track 1-4Brucellosis
- Track 1-5Gonorrhea
- Track 1-6Cervicitis & Vaginitis
Disinfection is common practice used against the harmful pathogen that generally fails to meet the criteria of sterilization. Disinfectants includes antiseptics that are commonly used over the skin or vaginal tract to reduce the microbial pathogens. On the other hand, sterilization includes killing of the microbes. Mostly sterilization is used to avoid the food borne infections. Usually the medical wastes are treated by means of the incineration to prevent the further infection from it.
- Track 2-1UV Disinfection Systems
- Track 2-2Surgical instruments sterilization
- Track 2-3New Sterilization Processes
- Track 2-4Medical waste disposal
- Track 2-5Endoscopes and critical items sterilization
Ebola is one of the deadly diseases and almost half of the people who have Ebola infection die out from it. Generally, the attack of the Ebola virus reduces the functioning of the immune system and the blood clotting cells that generally leads to bleeding inside or sometimes outside the body. In most of the cases the patients who have Ebola die out of organ failure.
- Track 3-1Ebola hemorrhagic fever
- Track 3-2Ebola vaccine
- Track 3-3Electrolytes balancing
- Track 3-4Antibody-capture enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay
- Track 3-5Reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction
Usually most of the emerging infections are caused by the previously undetected infections or by the virus that enters the new geographical area. Another important fact is the re-emerging of the diseases and the failure of anti-microbial resistance. Climatic and environmental conditions also play the important role in the transmission of diseases. Proper diagnostics and the incidence and development of vaccine has become the challenging tool to the elimination of infectious diseases.
- Track 4-1Severe acute respiratory syndrome
- Track 4-2Influenza
- Track 4-3West Nile fever
- Track 4-4Smallpox and other pox viruses
- Track 4-5Hepatitis
As we all know most of the food and water borne diseases are created by the toxins released by the microbial population or by the bacteria and viral species that contaminates the food and water. At present most of the food and water contamination has become the vehicle of diseases so it becomes essential to make proper sterilization of the food and water before we get exposed to it.
- Track 5-1Diarrhoea
- Track 5-2Shigella
- Track 5-3Cholera
- Track 5-4Botulism
- Track 5-5Ascariasis
Gastrointestinal infections commonly include the diseases that occurs in stomach and the small intestine most probably they include flu, diarrhoea and vomiting. The pathogens may include bacteria, viruses or in some cases parasites. Antibiotics may not help in the most cases of the gastrointestinal infections. Among the gastrointestinal infection diarrheal infection may be considered as the contagious one.
- Track 6-1Bacteria- (E. coli, Salmonella, Shigella, Campylobacter, Clostridium)
- Track 6-2Viruses - (Norwalk agent, Rotaviruses)
- Track 6-3Parasites - (Giardia, Entamoeba, Ascaris)
Immunization is the process by which the individual is made resistant to the infectious diseases by the typical administration of vaccines. Vaccines stimulates the persons on immune system to fight against the infection. Nowadays the different immunization records is maintained for the child to detect the dosage and the type of vaccine given to the child to prevent the diseases in the future.
- Track 7-1Eliminate life-threatening infectious diseases
- Track 7-2Herd immunity
- Track 7-3Pregnancy & Neonatal Vaccines
- Track 7-4Next Generation Vaccines
- Track 7-5Infectious and Non-infectious diseases Vaccines
Most of the infections that develop during the pregnancy may cause pre-term birth, miscarriage and many other things. The infections during pregnancy may cause damage to the foetus or the mother. Hence it becomes highly important to prevent the infection at the early stages. Most of the infections to mother does not harm the baby but some may rarely transmitted though the placenta.
- Track 8-1Toxoplasmosis
- Track 8-2Viral Respiratory Infections
- Track 8-3Bacterial vaginosis
- Track 8-4Vaginal yeast infections
Clinical pathology generally deals with the diagnosis of the diseases through the laboratory analysis of the fluids associated with the body such as blood, Urine and the tissues. Infectious diseases pathology generally deals with the invading of the micro-organism into the patient body and the response created by the host organism against it.
- Track 9-1Agent â€“ Vector
- Track 9-2Reservoir
- Track 9-3Portals of entry and exit
- Track 9-4Mode of transmission
- Track 9-5Immunity
Nosocomial Infections generally refers to the hospital acquired infection or hospital associated infection. Recent statistics reveals that more than 5% of the victims who were admitted in the hospitals were supposed to have the nosocomial infections. observing hand hygiene, following customary precautions may seem to reduce the hospital associated infections.
- Track 10-1Catheter-associated urinary tract infection
- Track 10-2Central line-associated blood stream infection
- Track 10-3Surgical site infection
- Track 10-4Ventilator-associated pneumonia
- Track 10-5MRSA
- Track 10-6Clostridium difficile
If the children are found to have the recurring or persistent infection caused by the agent such as bacteria or virus or fungus it is called as the infectious diseases. paediatric infectious disease specialists generally work quickly to diagnose the causative agent of the diseases and offer treatment choices to support our immune system to fight against the pathogen.
- Track 11-1Perinatal HIV and Breast Feeding
- Track 11-2Neonatal and Congenital Infections
- Track 11-3Pediatric Critical care and Emergency medicine
- Track 11-4General Pediatrics
As we all know proper hygiene is essential for the maintenance of good health. Proper washing of hands, good social practices and healthy eating habits can keep us away from the infectious agents. Proper sneezing habits, throwing of the tissues, condoms and other things used by the infectious patients can keep oneself away from the infectious diseases.
- Track 12-1Medical hygiene
- Track 12-2Respiratory hygiene
- Track 12-3Household water treatment and safe storage
- Track 12-4Body hygiene
- Track 12-5Personal service hygiene
Surgical Infections may be broadly classified into pre-surgical infection and the post-surgical infection. Infection after surgery generally involves infections at the incision of the skin created during the surgery. The usual bacteria that causes the infection at the sites includes Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, and Pseudomonas. Usually the infection may occur 2-3 days after the surgery but in some of the rare cases the infection would occur a month after the surgery.
- Track 13-1Host Optimization
- Track 13-2Bacterial Count Reduction
- Track 13-3Wound Management
- Track 13-4Antibiotics
One of the oldest techniques called phage therapy got vanished with the development of the antibiotics. It is generally used to treat the viruses that attack the bacterial cells leaving the human cells untouched. Nowadays implantable medical devices are coated with the biofilms that are generally resistant to bacteria, fungi and the viruses. Probiotics is also one of the healthy ways to keep us away from the sepsis and other modes of infection.
- Track 14-1Hospital level care in non-hospital environments
- Track 14-2Antibiotic Resistance
- Track 14-3Meaningful Data Analytics in Care
- Track 14-4Resurgence of old diseases
Control strategies are framed to protect owners, patients, Veterinary personnel and the community. Among all, the veterinary personnel play a key role in protecting every animal and person connected with the clinic. All clinics has a Formal Infection Control program to coordinate the practice. Routine practices also help in the prevention process.
- Track 15-1Veterinary Medicine
- Track 15-2Veterinary Care & Management
- Track 15-3Poultry diseases
- Track 15-4Chronic wasting disease
A urinary tract infection is a one among the most emerging infections and the common cause is found to be Escherichia Coli, though the bacteria and fungi may also be the some of the causes. And as most of us know the risk factors may include female anatomy, diabetes, obesity and certain other causes. It can be identified based on the symptoms and in some rare cases urine culture may be useful.
- Track 16-1Cystitis
- Track 16-2Pyelonephritis
- Track 16-3Urinary catheters
- Track 16-4Chronic kidney diseases
Fungal Infections are one of the common throughout the most of the natural part of the world.As we already know there are many kinds of fungi like useful fungi and the harmful fungi as the harmful fungi invades the body they may lead to wide variety of infectious diseases.
- Track 17-1Mycology and Infections
- Track 17-2Opportunistic Fungal Infections
- Track 17-3Prevention and Anti-fungal Therapeutics
- Track 17-4Applied Mycology and Biotechnology