Presentations

New trends in the therapy of bronchial asthma and COPD

Author: Juraj Mokrý

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Slides from lecture about new trends in the therapy of bronchial asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease - clinical pharmacology. The lecture is divided into three sections - 1) basic differences between BA and COPD, 2) their classification with current therapeutic plans, and 3) new therapeutic targets in therapy of BA and COPD.

Pharmacotherapy of bronchial asthma and COPD

Author: Juraj Mokrý

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Slides from lecture about pharmacological treatment of bronchial asthma and chronic obstructive pulomonary disease. Classificaton of bronchial asthma and COPD, strategies of their therapy based on GINA and GOLD, pharmacological characteristics of major drug groups used for their therapy (beta2-agonists, antimuscarinics, metylxanthines, glucocorticosteroids, mucolytics, antibiotics...

Antibiotics II. - protein synthesis and nucleic acid synthesis inhibitors

Author: Juraj Mokrý

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Slides from lecture about antibiotics acting as inhibitors of protein synthesis (macrolides, tetracyclines, chloramphenicol, aminoglycosids...) and nucleic acid synthesis (quinolones).

Antibiotics I. - introduction and inhibitors of cell wall synthesis

Author: Juraj Mokrý

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Introducation to basic pharmacology of antibiotics.

Inhibitors of cell wall synthesis (beta-lactam antibiotics, glycopeptide antibiotics, others)

Antidepressants and antimanics

Author: Juraj Mokrý, Anna Strapková

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Presentation slides from lecture about therapy of depression and mania.

Microbiology not only for medical students - protocols for practicals - special microbiology

Author: Jana Kompaníková, Elena Nováková, Martina Neuschlová

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Output of the Project KEGA č. 067UK-4/2012

Microbiology not only for medical students - protocols for practicals - special microbiology

Pharmacotherapy of ulcer diesease and inflammatory bowel disease

Author: Juraj Mokrý, Soňa Fraňová

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Slides from 1st lecture of gastrointestinal tract pharmacology - pharmacotherapy of ulcer disease and inflammatory bowel disease

Factors influencing drug effects

Author: Juraj Mokrý

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Brief summary (lecture slides) of external and internal factors which can influence the effects of drugs. Separate part is fosuced on using the drugs during pregnancy and lactation.

Pharmacokinetics

Author: Juraj Mokrý

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Pharmacokinetics - lecture slides

Basics of Nursing Presentations

Author: Martina Lepiešová, Michaela Dingová, Jana Nemcová, Anna Ovšonková Michaela Miertová, Mária Tabaková, Martina Tomagová

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In the era of increased scrutiny regarding patient safety and the drive toward the control of health care costs health care professionals need reliable and evidence based information source for the study. Basics of Nursing Presentations provide both in quick access, easy to use material. Basics of Nursing Presentations are designed to help English speaking medical as well as nursing students comprehend to some basic clinical situations and react to them correctly. The presentations are based on the book Basics of Nursing: Textbook for Medical and Nursing Students published at the Jessenius Faculty of Medicine in Martin, Comenius University in Bratislava in 2011. The book presents nursing part of health care as well as collaborative framework (regarding physician in particular) for management of many basic and frequently occurring clinical situations. The book features over 35 peer-reviewed nursing procedures added on a wide range of clinical topics, which are described in sequential step-by-step detail. Each of 9 presentations provides the students with associated procedures for particular topic area.
Basics of Nursing: Textbook for Medical and Nursing Students is the first and unique book in the context of Slovak Republic to be used as a textbook by English speaking nursing and medical students and university nursing teachers. Basics of Nursing contains reliable, evidence-based information for safe health care and hopefully, it will be useful for study, practical skills training and for clinical practice as well. As the information provided by this book is up-to-date and can grow non-actual, it is crucial and recommended by the contributors to follow actual clinical guidelines of particular health care facilities or the professional organizations managing health care provision.