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PHILIPPINE ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY AND PUBLIC HEALTH Prototype Course Syllabus Course Title: Microbiology 1 (Bacteriology) Course Description: The course covers the morphology and physiology of bacteria, rickettsiae and other significant atypical bacteria and their role in infection and immunity. Emphasis is made on their isolation and identification and susceptibility testing as an aid in laboratory diagnosis. Course Credit: 5 units (3 units lecture, 2 units laboratory)
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    PASMETH, Inc.Copyright © 2008 All Rights Reserved. PHILIPPINE ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY AND PUBLIC HEALTH Prototype Course Syllabus Course Title: Microbiology 1 (Bacteriology) Course Description: The course covers the morphology and physiology of bacteria, rickettsiae and other significant atypical bacteria and their role in infection and immunity. Emphasis is made ontheir isolation and identification and susceptibility testing as an aid in laboratory diagnosis. Course Credit: 5 units (3 units lecture, 2 units laboratory) Contact Hours: 3 hours lecture and 6 hours laboratory per week (54 hours lecture and 108 hours laboratory per semester) Prerequisites: Biochemistry, Human Anatomy and Physiology Placement: Third Year, 1 st Semester Terminal Competencies: At the end of this course, the student is able to:1. identify bacteria according to standard laboratory techniques: microscopic and staining; growth and biochemical characteristics; and antigen typing.2. perform appropriate antimicrobial susceptibility testing3. operate common instruments used in Bacteriology4. participate in quality assurance/quality control program in Microbiology5. understand the duties and responsibilities of medical technologists in the clinical setting6. perform proper specimen collection, processing, transport and waste disposal7. apply concepts in controlling the growth and spread of pathogenic bacteria References: 1. Alcamo, Edward I. Fundamentals of Microbiology 6 th ed. Boston: Jones & Bartlett Publishers, 2001.2. Bartlet, Margaret A. Diagnostic Bacteriology: A Study Guide. F.A. Davis Co. Philadelphia, USA, 2000.3. Black, Jacquelyn. Microbiology: Principles and Explorations 7 th ed. USA: Wiley, 2008.4. Brooks, Geoff. Jawetz, Melnick & Adelberg’s Medical Microbiology 24 th ed. Boston: Mc Graw Hill, 2007.5. Burton, Gwendolyn and Paul Engelkirk. Burton’s Microbiology for the Health Sciences 8 th ed. USA: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2007.6. Forbes, Betty, Daniel Salm and Alice Weissfield. Bailey & Scott’s Diagnostic Microbiology 12 th ed. USA: Mosby, 2007.    PASMETH, Inc.Copyright © 2008 All Rights Reserved. 7. Funke, Berdell. Microbiology: An Introduction. USA: Addison Wesley Publishing Co., 2007.8. Gladwin, Mark and Bill Trattler. Clinical Microbiology Made Ridiculously Simple 4 th ed. USA: MedMaster, Inc., 2007.9. Hawkey, Peter and Dierdre Lewis. Medical Bacteriology: A Practical Approach 2 nd   ed. USA: Oxford University Press, 2004.10. McClatchey, Kenneth. Clinical Laboratory Medicine 2 nd ed. USA: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2002.11. Mcpherson, Richard A. and Matthew R. Pincus. Henry’s Clinical Diagnosis and Management by Laboratory Methods 21 st ed. Philadelphia: Elsevier Inc., 2007.12. Murray, Patrick R. et. al. Medical Microbiology 5 th   ed. USA: Mosby, 2005.13. Pommerville, Jeffrey. Alcamo’s Fundamentals of Microbiology 8 th ed. USA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2006.14. Presscott, L., J. Harley and D. Klein. Microbiology 6 th   ed. USA: McGraw-Hill Science, 2004.15. Tortora, G., B. Funke and C. Case. Microbiology: An Introduction 9 th ed. USA: Benjamin Cummings, 2006.16. Vandepitte J., J. Verhaegen and K. Engbaek. Basic Laboratory Procedures in Clinical Bacteriology 2 nd ed. World Health Organization, 2003. Electronic References: 1. http://connection.lwww.com/go/burton/7e2. http://medic.med.uth.tmc.edu/path/00001450.htm3. http://www.kensbiorefs.com/Microbio.html4. http://www.microbes.info5. http://www.splammo.net/JLbactsite.html
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