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What is TB? | Infectious diseases | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

What is TB? | Infectious diseases | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

I’ve drawn out for you a mother over here, a mom, and her son on the right. And it turns out that mom has tuberculosis, let’s assume that. And sometimes when you see “Tuberculosis” written out the way I’m writing it out, you’ll actually see it shorthanded, or kind of

Pulmonary TB | Infectious diseases | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Pulmonary TB | Infectious diseases | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Voiceover: I’m Charles Prober. Voiceover: And I’m Morgan Theis. Voiceover: And in this video, we’re going to talk about pulmonary disease caused by tuberculosis. The reason we’re dedicating a full-on video to pulmonary disease is that pulmonary disease is the most common form of clinical tuberculosis. It represents somewhere between

TB pathogenesis | Infectious diseases | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Charles Prober: Hi, I’m Charles Prober. Morgan Theis: I’m Morgan Theis. Charles Prover: Today we’re going to talk about the pathophysiology of tuberculosis, that is how tuberculosis makes people sick. In this cartoon, there is an infected individual shown on the left. That person is coughing or sneezing, and all

What causes wound infection?

What causes wound infection?

What causes wound infection. The cause of surgical wound infections are generally bacteria rather than other bugs such as viruses The skin is the first barrier of defence against infection if during or after surgery harmful bacteria get into the wound or if normal bacteria get mixed up with unhealthy

BIO153 Microbiology and Infectious Disease

BIO153 Microbiology and Infectious Disease

My name’s Julia Lodge and I run the first year Microbiology and Infectious Diseases module. Now, for a lot of our students they haven’t done very much microbiology at school so a lot of the content of this module is new. Hopefully that makes it very interesting. So we start

Probiotics and Digestive Health

Hi, this is Dr. Chen and welcome to another fit tip. Probiotics are often called “good” or “friendly” bacteria because they help keep your gut healthy. All humans naturally have colonies of good bacteria that live inside the stomach and intestines. But when antibiotics, stress, or a poor diet, among

Extrapulmonary TB (part 1) | Infectious diseases | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Extrapulmonary TB (part 1) | Infectious diseases | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Voiceover: This is Charles Prober. Voiceover: And I’m Morgan Theis and today we’re going to talk about the extrapulmonary disease associated with tuberculosis, which I find kind of interesting, because I always think of tuberculosis as a lung disease. Voiceover: In fact, you’re correct, Morgan that the most prominent infection

The Role Of Friendly Bacteria In Digestive Health

The Role Of Friendly Bacteria In Digestive Health

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