Module 9 | الوحدة 9

Objectives for module 9: Haemophilus and Bordetella

Upon completion of this part, students should be able to:

  • Describe Haemophilus and Bordetella and list their pathogenic species;
  • Describe the mode of transmission, clinical findings, the morphology and identification (diagnostic tests) for each of the pathogenic species of Haemophilus and Bordetella;
  • List some effective antibiotics against each of these species.

Components: lectures (see below); online exercises and feedback form plus innovation, creativity and the use of higher-order thinking patterns (see below):

Lecture 1: Bordetella

 

Lecture 2: Haemophilus and related bacteria

Click Here for Online Exercises & for the Feedback Form

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Best wishes 

40 comments on “Module 9 | الوحدة 9

  1. Salam Everyone,

    PCR has best sensitivity for detecting Bordetella during first 3 weeks of cough when bacterial DNA is present in respiratory secretions

    Please add your comments, news, information about the module here in ENGLISH..
    Thanks your and Good Luck
    Best wishes

    • Dear (خالد جمعان),
      This is an article about the immune response against B. pertussis. Toll-like receptors are very important in the early response against bacterial infections.
      Regards,.

      • Thank you dr.alqumber
        now I know what is the (التحصين الثلاثي البكتيري) DTPa form you teaching

      • Dear (The thunder) and (مصطفي خابر),
        we need the genome for many reasons, including understanding the biology, virulence factors, protein structure, evolutions, toxins ..etc of the bacteria to be able to control, prevent and treat it using better vaccines, antibiotics ,,etc
        Regards

  2. Salam Dr.
    Haemophilus influenzae gram stain isl small gram -ve rods, cocoi and cocoobacilli? why like this

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