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Defenses Against Candida Species
 
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Animation Description: Candida species can be readily found on the skin, in the genital tract and on the epithelial surface of the gastrointestinal tract. To prevent infection by Candida species, anatomical physical barriers such as the skin and mucous membranes must remain intact without maceration or degradation. Watch this animation for more information.
Invasive Fungal Infections in the Immunocompromised Host -- Aliyah Baluch, MD.
 
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Dr. Aliyah Baluch focuses on the work-up and treatment of invasive fungal infections in the immunosuppressed patients. Fungal infections have high morbidity and mortality, but can be hard to clinically diagnose. Invasive infections occur in ICU, Diabetes Mellitus, and immunocompromised patients. Dr. Baluch covers both aspects of Candida and non-Candida species infections, including risk factors, symptoms, prognosis, work-up, and treatment in patients with immunosuppressed patients. She includes a review of fungal structure and the mechanism of action of the drug classes used to treat them – Echinocandins, Polyenes, and Triazoles. She covers timelines that indicate which species to expect during each stage of immunosuppression and with different mechanisms of immunosuppression, including differences between stem cell and solid organ transplants. Biomarkers for treatment and international patterns of drug resistance are also discussed. IDPodcasts brings you essential updates in medical infectious diseases learning, brought to you from the University of South Florida’s Division of Infectious Disease. Stay in touch! Download our app on the Itunes store or find us below: Subscribe to our Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/IDPodcasts Visit us on our webpage: http://www.idpodcasts.net/USF_ID_Podcasts/Main/Main.html Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ID-Podcasts-216965201680987/ Tweet to us: https://twitter.com/idpodcasts
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Fungal Infection in Bone Marrow Transplant Recipient
 
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Developed and produced for http://www.MechanismsinMedicine.com Animation Description: Recipients of bone marrow transplants are at particularly high risk for developing fungal infections. Watch this animation to find out why.
Anti-fungal drug animation: Flucytosine
 
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Flucytosine is antifungal drug that interfere with the synthesis of fungal DNA. Firstly flucytosine enter fungal cells with the help of permease enzyme. Inside the cells it pass through different reactions and transformations till it reach the nucleus as 5-FdUMP molecule which interfere with fungal thymidylate synthase enzyme and halt fungal DNA synthesis
How to reduce fungal infection-Toenail Fungus Treatment-Natural cure for fungus
 
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Welcome back to our You Tube channel today here in this video we will tell about TOENIAL FUNGUS TREATMENT. Fungal infection can affect any part of the body. Fungi that are already present in on or your body can cause nails infections. Fungi are everywhere and most fungi are not dangerous, but some types can be harmful to health. Fungal infections are difficult to treat. Fungi can grow in two forms are yeasts is single round cells. Some side effects of fungal infections are chills, fever, headache, vomiting and a low potassium level in the blood. Fungal infection is common throughout much of the natural world and fungi can live in the air, soil, water and plants. There are also some fungi live naturally in the human body. Fungi infections are usually not very serious if they are treated quickly and correctly. The most common signs of the fungal nail infection is a distorted nail that may lift off from the nail bed , a brittle or thickened nail and an odor coming from the infected nail. In this video must know about TOENAIL FUNGUS TREATMENT. Many people develop a fungal nail infection at some point in their life. Classes of antifungal:- • Polyenes- Blinds to ergosterol and causes pores to develop in the cell membrane ,Amphotericin B dexoycholate, Liposoamal amphotericin B ( AmBisome ). • Azoles-Inhibits lanosterol- demethylase ( inhibits ergosterol synthesis), Fluconazole, Itraconazole, Voriconazole. • Echinocandins- Caspofungin,Micafungin, Anidulafungin Amphotericin B • Polyene antifungal, originally isolated from streptomyces nodous in 1955. • Extremely board spectrum of antifungal activity:- • Most candida spp. • Cryptococcus • Most aspergillus spp. • Mucorales • Dimorphic ( endmic ) fungi Resistant to amphotericin B is generally only seen by:- • Candida lusitance • Aspergillus terreus • Scedosporium spp • Fusarium spp. To know more about TOENAIL FUNGUS TREATMENT please watch this full video. fungal, fungus, antifungal, Antifungal Medication, antimycotic, amphotericin, fluconazole, itraconazole, voriconazole, ambisome, abelcet, amphotec, micafungin, caspofungin, anidulafungin, medication, antifungal treatment, fungal infection treatment, cure fungal infection at home, home remedies for fungal infection, how to treat fungal infection, treatment for fungal infection, best natural way to remove fungal infection, natural treatment for fungal infection, best and permanent treatment for fungal infection, fungal infection removal,
Antifungal Resistance in Asia – Prof YC Chen
 
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In this presentation, "Antifungal Resistance in Asia: Mechanisms, Epidemiology, and Consequences", Professor Yee-Chun Chen gives an overview of the burden of antifungal resistance in the region, possible mechanisms of resistance, and limitations of published data. In Asia, susceptibility varies by fungal pathogen and by country/hospital; surveillance data are needed to guide local practice. Professor Chen is a professor of medicine at the National Taiwan University Hospital and College of Medicine in Taipei, Taiwan. She is also an investigator of the National Institute of Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology, National Health Research Institutes of Taiwan. Professor Chen also serves as vice president of the International Society for Human and Animal Mycology (ISHAM), and is a board member of the Asia Fungal Working Group (AFWG). Relevant links: Emerging Yeast Infections In Asia http://bit.ly/2r7Sf1s Candidemia in Asia http://bit.ly/2sZQ78n Managing IFIs in Asia http://bit.ly/2s9wrT8
What is Coccidioidomycosis or Valley Fever?
 
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Valley fever is also called Coccidioidomycosis. It is an infection with the fungus coccidioides, sometimes called valley fever. The coccidioides fungus is found in soil and causes infection when inhaled. People with suppressed immune systems are particularly at risk. The initial form is often mild, with few symptoms. When symptoms do occur, they may resemble those of the flu, including fever, cough, chills, and chest pain. ✔ Subscribe: https://tinyurl.com/medxclusiveSUB Follow the world of medicine by SUBSCRIBING with notifications ON! Medicine is the science and practice of the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease. The word "medicine" is derived from Latin medicus, meaning "a physician"
Amphotericin B and Flucytosine
 
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ASPERGILLOSIS - HOW TO PRONOUNCE IT!?
 
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Watch how to say and pronounce "aspergillosis"! Listen our video to compare your pronunciation! Want to know how other words sound like? Look for keuhkokuume hautomokoneessa, aspergil·losi, アスペルギルス症, penyakit pernafasan parah, disease, aspergilosis, kropidlakowica, aspergilloosi, aspergilose, brooder pneumonia, animal disease, aspergiloza, opportunistic infection, โรคราแอสเพอร์จิลลัส, aspergillosis, アスペルギルス 症 on wordbox channel! The video is produced by yeta.io.
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Updates in Common Fungal Diseases – Prof B Kullberg
 
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In this presentation, "The Evolving Fungal Landscape", Professor Bart-Jan Kullberg highlights new developments and challenges in fungal diseases, particularly in ICU patients. His discussion covers invasive aspergillosis, cryptococcal meningitis, mucormycosis, invasive candidiasis and candidemia. Professor Kullberg is professor of medicine and infectious diseases at the Radboud University Nijmegen, and chair of the training program in infectious diseases at Radboud University Medical Center, The Netherlands. Relevant links: Emerging Yeast Infections In Asia http://bit.ly/2r7Sf1s Cryptococcosis http://bit.ly/2rHi8DU A Hospital’s Experience With Candidemia And Empirical Therapy http://bit.ly/2rS4n3J Aspergillus http://bit.ly/2sJaqYq Literature updates http://bit.ly/2rHj1MF
Shingles - Medical Meaning and Pronunciation
 
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Shingles Shingles: An acute infection caused by the herpes zoster virus, the same virus as causes chickenpox. Shingles is most common after the age of 50 and the risk rises with advancing age. Shingles occurs because of exposure to chickenpox or reactivation of the herpes zoster virus. The virus remains latent (dormant) in nerve roots for many years following chickenpox. Shingles is an extraordinarily painful condition that involves inflammation of sensory nerves. It causes numbness, itching or pain followed by the appearance of clusters of little blisters in a strip pattern on one side of the body. The pain can persist for weeks, months or years after the rash heals and is then known as post-herpetic neuralgia. People with shingles are contagious to persons who have not had chickenpox and can catch chickenpox from close contact with a person who has shingles. The Herpes zoster vaccine is effective in preventing or reducing the symptoms of shingles, and it is recommended for people 60 years and older. Treatment includes antiviral medication and pain medication. The term shingles has nothing to do with a shingle on a roof or the small signboard outside the office of a doctor but is derived from the Latin cingulum meaning girdle, the idea being that shingles often girdles part of the body. See also shingles pain and postherpetic neuralgia. How to pronounce Shingles definition of Shingles audio dictionary How to say Shingles What is the meaning of Shingles Pronounce Shingles Medical dictionary Medical definition of Shingles
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Paracoccidioidomycosis or South American blastomycosis 🔊
 
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In this video series we'll run through a large number of human infectious diseases. The first step in studying anything is first understanding the correct pronunciation, and first impressions are everything. Say it right first and you'll save yourself mental anguish in trying to correct a pronunciation remembered inaccurately. Here are some excellent resources to help with anatomical memorization for anyone in the medical field or someone who is just curious about the human body. The famous anatomy coloring book: http://amzn.to/2twlkQB The famous Netter Anatomy book: http://amzn.to/2uq2dvL - and the Netter Coloring book: http://amzn.to/2t6FsJz THANK for WATCHING, SUBSCRIBING, LIKING, COMMENTING, SHARING and DONATING!!! It means a lot to my family! PLEASE DONATE via VENMO for MORE EDUCATIONAL CONTENT and ENDEAVORS https://venmo.com/SeeHearSayLearn SeeHearSayLearn.com presents a series of videos to get you speaking and learning languages such as English, Spanish / Espanol, French, German, Albanian, Arabic, and more. We are working hard to get our videos uploaded. We provide you with word pronunciations, definitions, translations, stories, rhymes, riddles, jokes, tongue twisters, and anything that will help bridge the gap between your current fluency to your desired proficiency and understanding. Whether you're just learning or trying to bolster your intellectual quotient into a new stratosphere of concise and succinct communications, allocating the proper verbiage could be paramount to illustrating a picture for the recipient or merely shoving drab nondescript sounds of failure down their auditory meatuses. Run on sentence you say? I'd agree. Utilizing big complicated words isn't usually the most effective form of communication, but adapting your language to your recipient will be the most effective way to transfer your thoughts. Having a wide array of tools for each project will allow you to tailor your message for the most effect and efficient use of your time. To write, read, and listen to language takes fewer words than you might imagine. In each language, you could likely get away with understanding a few thousand words and be completely comfortable with many different language settings. Why even a few hundred can get you quite far. If ever you find any of the words to be inaccurate in any way, which may most often be the pronunciation I want to thank anyone who reaches out to send me a message regarding any errors. I will do my best to read and correct any perceived errors. Be advised that many pronunciation can vary slightly between regions. My congratulations to anyone broadening their word bank in any language. Science is clear that with more word associations languages become easier to learn and has the potential to be a protective buffer against dementia and Alzheimer's Disease. Please visit www.seehearsaylearn.com FACEBOOK FOLLOW https://www.facebook.com/See-Hear-Say... TWITTER FOLLOW https://www.twitter.com/seehearsaylearn YOUTUBE SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeElmCkT1hfDJ7YhLCwxG_g PLEASE DONATE via VENMO for MORE EDUCATIONAL CONTENT and ENDEAVORS https://venmo.com/SeeHearSayLearn THANK for WATCHING, SUBSCRIBING, LIKING, COMMENTING, SHARING and DONATING!!! It means a lot to my family!
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Antibiotic resistance | Wikipedia audio article
 
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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antimicrobial_resistance 00:04:05 1 Definition 00:04:39 2 Overview 00:05:48 3 Causes 00:07:23 3.1 Human medicine 00:11:33 3.2 Veterinary medicine 00:12:38 3.3 Natural occurrence 00:14:42 3.4 Water pollution 00:17:12 4 Prevention 00:18:02 4.1 Duration of antibiotics 00:18:42 4.2 Monitoring and mapping 00:19:56 4.3 Limiting antibiotic use 00:21:12 4.3.1 At the hospital level 00:21:50 4.3.2 At the level of GP 00:23:19 4.3.3 At the individual level 00:23:45 4.3.4 Country examples 00:24:24 4.4 Water, sanitation, hygiene 00:27:06 4.5 Industrial wastewater treatment 00:27:31 4.6 Management in animal use 00:27:40 4.6.1 Europe 00:28:40 4.6.2 United States 00:30:07 4.7 Global action plans and awareness 00:31:39 4.7.1 Antibiotic Awareness Week 00:32:43 5 Mechanisms and organisms 00:32:53 5.1 Fundamentals 00:37:02 5.2 Bacteria 00:39:38 5.3 Viruses 00:40:49 5.4 Fungi 00:42:09 5.5 Parasites 00:43:34 6 History 00:45:36 7 Society and culture 00:46:47 7.1 Legal frameworks 00:47:46 7.1.1 U.S. 00:50:21 7.2 Policies 00:50:57 8 Further research 00:51:14 8.1 Vaccines 00:52:23 8.2 Alternating therapy 00:53:28 8.3 Development of new drugs 00:58:12 8.4 Rapid diagnostics 00:59:40 8.5 Phage therapy Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. Listen on Google Assistant through Extra Audio: https://assistant.google.com/services/invoke/uid/0000001a130b3f91 Other Wikipedia audio articles at: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=wikipedia+tts Upload your own Wikipedia articles through: https://github.com/nodef/wikipedia-tts Speaking Rate: 0.8142995496424837 Voice name: en-US-Wavenet-F "I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think." - Socrates SUMMARY ======= Antimicrobial resistance (AMR or AR) is the ability of a microbe to resist the effects of medication that once could successfully treat the microbe. The term antibiotic resistance (AR or ABR) is a subset of AMR, as it applies only to bacteria becoming resistant to antibiotics. Resistant microbes are more difficult to treat, requiring alternative medications or higher doses of antimicrobials. These approaches may be more expensive, more toxic or both. Microbes resistant to multiple antimicrobials are called multidrug resistant (MDR). Those considered extensively drug resistant (XDR) or totally drug resistant (TDR) are sometimes called "superbugs".Resistance arises through one of three mechanisms: natural resistance in certain types of bacteria, genetic mutation, or by one species acquiring resistance from another. All classes of microbes can develop resistance. Fungi develop antifungal resistance. Viruses develop antiviral resistance. Protozoa develop antiprotozoal resistance, and bacteria develop antibiotic resistance. Resistance can appear spontaneously because of random mutations. However, extended use of antimicrobials appears to encourage selection for mutations which can render antimicrobials ineffective.Preventive measures include only using antibiotics when needed, thereby stopping misuse of antibiotics or antimicrobials. Narrow-spectrum antibiotics are preferred over broad-spectrum antibiotics when possible, as effectively and accurately targeting specific organisms is less likely to cause resistance. For people who take these medications at home, education about proper use is essential. Health care providers can minimize spread of resistant infections by use of proper sanitation and hygiene, including handwashing and disinfecting between patients, and should encourage the same of the patient, visitors, and family members.Rising drug resistance is caused mainly by use of antimicrobials in humans and other animals, and spread of resistant strains between the two. Growing resistance has also been linked to dumping of inadequately treated effluents from the pharmaceutical industry, especially in countries where bulk drugs are manufactured. Antibiotics increase selective pressure in bacterial populations, causing vulnerable bacteria to die; this increases the percentage of resistant bacteria which continue growing. Even at very low levels of antibiotic, resistant bacteria can have a growth advantage and grow faster than vulnerable bacteria. With resistance to antibiotics becoming more common there is greater need fo ...
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Discovery of novel antifungal drug targets
 
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Discovery of novel antifungal drug targets by systematically profiling virulence-regulating signaling networks in a global human fungal pathogen Yong-Sun Bahn, PhD Yonsei University http://www.bahnlab.com
Medical vocabulary: What does Candida glabrata mean
 
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What does Candida glabrata mean in English?
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How to Pronounce Chromoblastomycosis
 
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This video shows you how to pronounce Chromoblastomycosis
How to Pronounce Posaconazole
 
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This video shows you how to pronounce Posaconazole
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