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In this lecture ´´Infections´´ are explained. Section one is about ´´General Aspects´´. Initially, the educator gives basic introduction on general aspects of infection. After that, the spread of microorganism is discussed. Following this, the classical signs of infection are explained briefly. Bone is then elucidated in detail with respect to osteomyelitis and arthritis. Subsequently, several factors predisposing host to infection are mentioned in detail. In the end, a comparison between acute and chronic infection is given.
Acute Haematogenous Osteomyelitis
Section two is about ‘’ Acute Haematogenous Osteomyelitis’’. In the beginning, the etiology and pathology of the disease is discussed. The educator then focuses on how infection spreads in children. He also talks about the infection in children, neonates and adults. This discussion is followed by a comprehensive detail about clinical features in children and neonates. The differential diagnosis and lab investigations of this disease is also elucidated in this section. In the end of this section, the treatment is given.
Section three is about ‘Chronic Osteomyelitis”. The educator starts this section by discussing the pathology and etiology of the disease. After that, its clinical features are discussed. Following this, the methods for investigating chronic osteomyelitis are reported. Later in this section, the educator talks about cierny and madar classification and treatment options present to cure this disease.
Peri Prosthetic Infection
Section four is about ‘Peri Prosthetic Infection’’. The educator starts off this section, by discussing the general aspects and risk factors associated with this infection. After that, a classification system is given. A brief information about biofilms is then provided. The microorganisms associated with this infection, are also reported in this section. In the end of this section, investigation and radiology and treatment of the infection is explained in considerable detail.
Acute Suppurative Arthritis
Section five is about ‘’ Acute Suppurative Arthritis’’. The educator firstly focuses on the general aspects and pathology of the disease. Subsequently, its clinical features in neonates, children and adults are explained. Techniques for differential diagnosis and Lab and radiology diagnosis are brought under consideration. In the end of this lecture, the treatment of this disease is discussed.