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From the end of the neonatal period to 5 years of age, pneumonia, malaria and diarrhea are the main causes of death. As can be inferred, this leads to a therapeutic approach, which in many cases will be with antibacterial, antiviral or antifungal agents.
This program offers the student the possibility of deepening and updating knowledge, using the latest educational technology. It offers a global vision of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, while focusing on the most important and innovative aspects in the neonatal period.
This program is a response to an important need in the field of Infectious Diseases. Today, this need responds, among other things, to the emergence of certain diseases that are unknown or have little practice (zika, chikungunya, hemorrhagic fevers, among others), and with others that have fallen into oblivion or are unknown to less experienced pharmacists such as diphtheria, measles, pertussis (whooping cough), or flaccid paralysis associated with poliovirus vaccines.
At the therapeutic level, the emergence of resistance (BLEES, MRSA, carbapenem-resistant enterobacteria, etc.), often caused by the unwise and rational use of drugs, creates problems for the clinician when it comes to initial empirical treatment in certain situations.
On the other hand, parents who refuse vaccines, children from low-income backgrounds, infections in transplant recipients, children with devices, fevers without focus in well-vaccinated children are increasingly common situations that the pharmacist has to deal with.
All this means that, in order to attend to these patients with the maximum guarantee, the pharmacist must continuously keep up to date, even if they are not a specialist, since the percentage of visits or interconsultations related to infection is very high. If we add to this the increasing amount of information provided by parents, sometimes not always contrasted, professional updating becomes essential to be able to provide adequate information according to the current scientific evidence at all times.
With this program the professional will have the opportunity to study a teaching program that brings together the most advanced and in-depth knowledge in the field, where a group of professors of high scientific rigor and extensive international experience offers the most complete and up-to-date information on the latest advances and techniques in Pediatric Infectious Diseases.
This Postgraduate Diploma in Infections in the Neonatal Period will help you keep up to date in order to provide complete and quality care"
This Postgraduate Diploma in Infections in the Neonatal Period contains the most complete and up-to-date scientific program on the market. The most important
- The development of case studies presented by experts in Infections in the Neonatal Period
- The graphic, schematic, and practical contents with which they are created provide scientific and practical information on the disciplines that are essential for professional practice
- New developments Infections in the Neonatal Period
- Practical exercises where the self-assessment process can be carried out to improve learning
- Emphasis on innovative methodologies in Infections in the Neonatal Period
- Theoretical lessons, questions to the expert, debate forums on controversial topics, and individual reflection assignments
- Content that is accessible from any fixed or portable device with an Internet connection
This Postgraduate Diploma is the best investment you can make when selecting an up-to-date program for two reasons: in addition to updating your knowledge in the Neonatal Period, you will obtain a qualification from TECH Technological University"
The teaching staff includes professionals from the field of pharmacy, who bring their experience to this educational program, as well as renowned specialists from leading societies and prestigious universities.
The multimedia content, developed with the latest educational technology, will provide the professional with situated and contextual learning, i.e., a simulated environment that will provide an immersive learning experience designed to prepare for real-life situations.
The design of this program focuses on Problem-Based Learning, through which the pharmacist must try to solve the different professional practice situations that arise. For this purpose, the specialist will be assisted by an innovative interactive video system created by renowned experts in the field of Infections in the Neonatal Period with extensive experience.
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The structure of the contents has been designed by a team of professionals from the best educational institutions and universities in the country, who are aware of the relevance of up-to-date, innovative education and are committed to quality teaching using new educational technologies.
A comprehensive teaching program, structured in well-developed teaching units, oriented towards efficient and swift learning that is compatible with your personal and professional life"
Module 1. Current Overview of Infectious Diseases
1.1. Update on Epidemiological and Public Health Aspects
1.1.1. Current Status of the Epidemiology of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases in the World
1.2. Current Epidemiology of Relevant Infectious Pathologies in our Environment
1.2.1. Current Epidemiology of Bacterial Meningitis
1.2.2. Current Epidemiology of Poliomyelitis and Flaccid Paralysis due to Non-Poliovirus and Live Attenuated Virus Vaccine
1.2.3. Epidemiology of Tuberculosis and its Resistance in High-Income Countries
1.2.4. Epidemiology of Sexually Transmitted Infections in Adolescents
1.3. Transmission Mechanisms in Pediatrics
1.3.1. Dynamics and Transmission Mechanisms of the Most Common Agents in Pediatrics Today (Includes Intrafamily Transmission)
1.3.2. Seasonality of Infection in Pediatrics Outbreak Management
188.8.131.52. Temporal Epidemiological Parameters in the Most Common Infections in the Community, Common Point Sources, Continuous, Propagative and Mixed exposure
1.4. Microbiota, Defensive and Immunomodulatory Function
1.4.1. Composition of the Intestinal Flora, Modification with Age
1.4.2. Defensive and Immunomodulatory Role of the Microbiota
1.5. Fever and Inflammatory Response
1.5.1. Update on the Role of Fever in Infection and Antipyretic Therapeutics
1.5.2. Inflammatory Response and Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome
1.6. Infections in the Immunocompromised Patient
1.7. Image Interpretation of Infectious Diseases in the Pediatric Age
1.7.1. Interpretation of Ultrasound Images Applied to Infectious Pathology
1.7.2. Interpretation of TC Applied to Infectious Pathology
1.7.3. MRI Interpretation Applied to Infectious Pathology
Module 2. The Laboratory in the Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases
2.1. Sample Collection
2.1.1. Urine Culture
2.1.2. Stool Culture
2.1.3. Graham's Test
2.1.4. Blood Cultures
2.1.6. Ocular System
2.1.7. Upper Respiratory Tract
2.1.8. Lower Respiratory Tract
2.1.9. Cerebrospinal Fluid
2.1.10. Skin and Soft Tissues
2.1.11. Osteoarticular Infections
2.1.12. Bone Marrow
2.2. Current Application of Rapid Infection Diagnosis Methods in Primary and Specialized Care
2.2.1. Antigen Detection
2.2.2. Direct Sample Staining
2.2.3. Urgent Serology
2.2.4. Molecular Biology Techniques
2.2.5. Accelerating Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing
2.2.6. Current Proteomic Techniques for the Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases
2.2.7. Shared Microbiologist-Clinician Decisions in Diagnosis and Treatment of Infectious Diseases
2.3.1. Interpretation of Antibiograms Practical Guide
2.3.2. Clinical Significance of Bacterial Resistance
2.4. Interpretation of the Microbiological Report of Respiratory Specimens
2.5. Interpretation of the Microbiological Report of Specimens from the Genitourinary Tract and Gastrointestinal Tract
2.6. Interpretation of the Microbiological Blood Culture Report
2.7. Interpretation of Cerebrospinal Fluid Microbiology Report
2.8. Interpretation of the Microbiological Report in Osteoarticular Infection
2.9. Interpretation of the Microbiological Report of Skin and Soft Tissue Samples
Module 3. Infections in the Neonatal Period
3.1. Neonatal Infection
3.1.1. Current Obstetric Factors Conditioning Neonatal Infection
3.1.2. Causative Agents
3.2. Antibiotherapy in Pregnancy
3.2.1. Current Role of Antibiotherapy During Pregnancy
3.2.2. Current Prophylaxis of Group B Streptococcus Infection
3.3. Emerging Congenital Infections
3.3.1. Chagas Disease
3.4. Classical Neonatal Infections and Current Epidemiologic Changes
3.4.1. Herpes Virus Infections
3.4.4. The Child of a Mother with Tuberculosis
3.4.5. Update on Necrotizing Enterocolitis
3.5. Vertical Infection
3.5.1. Update on Vertical Infection by Hepatitis B Virus and its Detection
3.6. Neonatal Sepsis
3.6.1. Early Sepsis
3.6.2. Late Onset Sepsis
3.7. Infections in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
3.7.1. Current Algorithm of Action for Fever in Children under 30 Days of Age
3.7.2. Neonatal Fungal Infection
3.8. Laboratory Studies in Neonatology Units
3.8.1. Etiological Identification
3.8.2. Inflammatory Markers
3.8.3. Multiorgan Markers
Module 4. Eye, Skin, Soft Tissue and Skeletal System Infections
4.1. Bacterial or Viral Conjunctivitis
4.4. Preseptal and Postseptal Orbital Cellulitis
4.5. Bacterial Skin Infections
4.6. Viral Skin Infections
4.7. Parasitic Skin Infections
4.8. Dermatophyte Skin Infections
4.9. Candida and Malasezzia Skin Infections
4.10. Involvement of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) in Pediatric Skin and Soft Tissue Infections in our Environment
4.13. Necrotizing Fasciitis
4.14. Bite Infections
4.14.1. Bites in Urban Environment
4.14.2. Bites in Rural Environment
4.15. Osteomyelitis and Arthritis
4.16. Myositis and Pyomyositis
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