Man, Microbes and Maladies
(Microbes)

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An introductory course on medical microbiology and public hygiene. Portrays knowledge for the various kinds of bacteria which are known to produce disease, the conditions in which they live and multiply, how they invade the tissues, and how the human body should normally be able to resist infection. It explains the ordinary precautions which should be taken by health personnel to combat infection.

Lesson I: THE CLASSIFICATION OF BACTERIA
LESSON II THE WEAPONS OF BACTERIA
LESSON III THE ENTRANCES OF THE HUMAN BODY
LESSON IV INFECTION AND TRANSMISSON
LESSON V DEFENCE, RESISTANCE, AND IMMUNITY
LESSON VI PROPHYLAXIS AND THERAPY
LESSON VII STERILIZATION AND DISINFECTION
LESSON VIII COMM0N INFECTIONS OF THE HUMAN SKIN
LESSON IX SOME INFECTIONS OF THE RESPIRATORY TRACT
LESSON X SOME INFECTIONS OF THE ALIMENTARY TRACT
LESSON XI SOME INFECTIONS OF THE URINARY TRACT
LESSON XII SOME INFECTIONS OF THE GENITAL TRACT
LESSON XIII PERUPERAL FEVER & LOCKJAW
LESSON XIV FOOD POISONING, DYSENTERY & MENINGITIS
LESSON XV SOME ANIMAL VECTORS OF HUMAN BACTERIAL DISEASES
LESSON XVI SOME INSECT VECTORS OF HUMAN BACTERIAL DISEASES

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