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Kangaroo Care for the Preemie by Paige Arndt

By at September 22, 2012 | 6:07 am |

Almost anyone who plans to be a parent has an ideal experience in mind.  They will get pregnant easily, have a non-incidental pregnancy, carry the baby to full-term, have a normal (pain-free) delivery, and go home, with baby-in-tow, within days of delivering their healthy bundle of joy.  This picture-perfect experience leads to an easier time of bonding between the baby more...

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Microbial Nutrition and Environment Outline Notes

By at September 20, 2012 | 6:54 am |

Microbiology Microbial Nutrition, Environment and Growth I. Nutrition – Taking in chemicals (nutrients) from the environment A. After being absorbed, the nutrients are used by the cell for growth and metabolism 1. Metabolism – all chemical reactions in the cell 2. Organic nutrients – carbon based such as lipids, proteins, carbohydrates 3. Inorganic more...

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Prokaryotes – Microbiology Outline Notes

By at September 19, 2012 | 9:10 am |

Microbiology Prokaryotes I. Prokaryotic cells - bacteria and archaea A. No nucleus or organelles 1.  Eukaryotes (animals, plants, fungi, protists) have a nucleus and organelles B. Structure of Bacteria 1. External Structures a. Appendages – flagella, pili, fimbriae b. Glycocalyx – capsule, slime layer 2. Cell Envelope a. Cell wall b. more...

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Tools and Methods – Microbiology outline notes

By at September 18, 2012 | 5:25 am |

Microbiology Tools and Methods I. Microscopes A. Compound microscope 1. 2 lens system – objective lens and ocular lens (eyepiece) 2. Real image – created by objective lens 3. Virtual image – image produced when ocular lens magnifies the real image; the virtual image is the one we see. B. Magnification – to make image appear larger. This is accomplished more...

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History of Microbiology – outline

By at September 17, 2012 | 8:07 am |

I. Microbiology A. Observe microscopic organisms (microbes) 1. Bacteria 2. Viruses 3. Fungi 4. Protozoa 5. Algae 6. Helminths (parasitic worms) B. Why is Microbiology important for you as a healthcare provider? 1. Understand infectious disease a. Ex) sterile technique, diagnostic, treatment, risk assessment, transmission, more...

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