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Epidemiology infection diseasse parasitology and tropical diseasse medical students 6 course

Epidemiology infection diseasse parasitology and tropical diseasse medical students 6 course

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  1. Epidemiology as a Medical Science. Subject of Epidemiology, Its Goals, Tasks, Relation to Other Disciplines, Its Importance. Methods - Descriptive, Analytical, Experimental, Mathematical

. Modelling.

  1. Infectious Process. Characteristics - Degree of Epidemiological Significance of the Forms of Infectious Process.
  2. Epidemiological Process - Definition, Basic Links of Spreading of Infection, Forms of Infection Occurrence, Depending on Intensity and Extent Occurrence of Infectious Diseases.
  3. Source of Infection: Level of Infection, the Carrier of Infection - the Elements in a Carrier State, Classification by Type and Duration, Importance. Zoonoses.
  4. Mechanism (Mode) of Transmission of Infection - Phases, Types. Vehicles of Transmission. Routes for Spread of Infectious Disease.
  5. Classification of Infectious Diseases (Criteria).
  6. Vehicles of Transmission of Disease: Water, Food, Objects. Importance.
  7. Vehicles of Transmission of Disease: Soil, Air. Importance.
  8. Vehicles of Transmission of Disease: Vector-Borne Diseases. Main Vectors (Mosquitoes, Ticks, Fleas) and Diseases They Transmit. Importance.
  9. Susceptibility of the Population: Nonspecific Resistance, Nonspecific Immunity, Specific Immunity.

Herd Immunity.

  1. Specific Immunoprophylaxis. Types of Vaccines. Immunisation Schedule in Bulgaria.
  2. Specific Immunoprophylaxis. Contraindications. Reactions After Vaccination.
  3. Social Conditions - Socio-Economic Conditions Contribute to Changes in the Process of Spreading Infections.
  4. Natural Conditions Influence the Process of Spreading Infections. Seasonality of Infectious Diseases. Cyclic Trends of Infectious Diseases.
  5. Types of Epidemics, Depending on the Diseases' Modes of Transmission: by Water, by Food and Milk. Epidemic Curves.
  6. Types of Epidemics, depending on the Diseases' Modes of Transmission: Vector-Borne, by Air and Mediated by Contaminated Objects. Epidemic Curves.
  7. Epidemiological Investigation - Aims, Stages, Ways of Carrying Out, Epidemiological Analysis, Epidemiological Prognosis.
  8. General Prophylaxis and Basic Anti-Epidemiological Measures.
  9. Epidemiological Investigation in the Focus of Infection - to the Patient, to the Environment. Anti- Epidemic Measures in the Focus of Infection.
  10. Disinfection and Sterilisation - Definition. Physical Methods. Chemical Methods.
  11. Disinfection - Definition, Methods and Characteristics of Agents Used. Insecticides.
  12. Deratisation - Definition, Methods and Characteristics of Agents Used. Rodenticides.
  13. Hospital Acquired (Nosocomial) Infections: Causative Agents, Specific Types of Nosocomial Infections, Sources of Infection, Modes of Transmission, Preventative and Control.
  14. Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases.
  15. Antimicrobial Treatment of Infectious Diseases.
  16. Typhoid Fever.
  17. Salmonellosis
  18. Food Poisoning


  1. Botulism
  2. Shigellosis
  3. Escherichia Coli Infections
  4. Cholera
  5. Viral Gastroenteritis
  6. Brucellosis___________ ________
  7. Leptospirosis
  8. Viral Hepatitis a and E
  9. Viral Hepatitis B and D
  10. Viral Hepatitis C
  11. Infections Caused by Coxsackie and Echoviruses
  12. Poliomyelitis
  13. Scarlet Fever
  14. Measles (Morbilli)
  15. Rubella
  16. Varicella
  17. Diphtheria
  18. Infectious Mononucleosis
  19. Influenza and Other Acute Viral Respiratory Diseases
  20. Pertussis
  21. Mumps
  22. Meningococcal Infections
  23. Legionellosis
  24. Mediterranean Spotted Fever
  25. Q-Fever
  26. Lyme Disease
  27. Crimean-Congo Haemorrhagic Fever
  28. Haemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome
  29. Plague
  30. Tularaemia
  31. Anthrax
  32. Tetanus


  1. Rabies
  2. HIV Infection and AIDS
  3. Tropical Medicine: Basic Medical and Social Problems in Countries with a Tropical Climate
  4. Yellow Fever. Dengue Fever
  5. Ebola and other Viral Haemorrhagic Fevers________________________________
  6. Object and Goals of Medical Parasitology. Parasites, Parasitism and Hospitalities of Parasites.
  7. Pathogenic Mechanism in Parasitic Diseases and Invasion Process.
  8. Malaria
  9. Leishmaniosis {Visceral, Cutaneous and Mucocutaneous)
  10. Urogenital Trichomoniasis
  11. Amoebiasis
  12. Lambliosis
  13. Toxoplasmosis
  14. Pneumocystosis
  15. Cryptosporioliosis and Blastocystosis
  16. Enterobiosis
  17. Ascaridosis
  18. Ancylostomidosis
  19. Strongyloidosis
  20. Toxocarosis (Visceral Larva Migrans)
  21. Trichinellosis
  22. Fasciolosis
  23. Shistosomatosis (Urogenital, Enteral and Japonica)
  24. Teniidosis (Bovine and Pork) and Cysticercosis
  25. Echinococcosis
  26. Hymenolepidosis


Suggested Literature Sources, Epidemiology

  • Lecture Course in Epidemiology, 2014-2017

« Park's Textbook in Preventative and Social Medicine, 24th Edition, 2017, by K. Park

« https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/default.html