Medical Microbiology II (2 hrs Lecture+2 hrs Practical)

  • College of Pharmacy |


The course provides students with the basic features of medical bacteriology and mycology. It also familiarizes students with the common bacterial and fungal infections and diseases of medical importance, their microbial causes, as well as laboratory diagnosis, treatment, prevention and control of such diseases.


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  • a. Knowledge and Understanding a.1. Identify the different members of bacteria, their characteristics, virulence factors, pathogenesis mechanisms, caused diseases, laboratory diagnosis, prevention and treatment. a.2. Describe different members of fungi, their characteristics, their virulence factors, caused diseases, laboratory diagnosis, prevention and treatment. a.3. Identify bacteriological terms and recall the morphology and mode of transmission of each bacteria b. Intellectual Skills b1. Differentiate symptoms associated with major bacterial infections and be able to apply the required measurements for prevention and control of bacterial diseases and treatment. b.2. Illustrate the mechanisms of pathogenesis and immunity to bacterial diseases. b.3. Distinguish the different fungal diseases, various laboratory diagnostic methods and variable treatments. b.4. Select the appropriate treatment and diagnostic laboratory methods for the most medically important human bacteria and fungi with respect to the clinical picture. c. Professional and Practical Skills c.1. Apply the skills required for the safe handling and identification of infectious agents. c.2. Detect the signs and symptoms of different bacterial and fungal infections c.3. Utilize laboratory diagnosis results in the treatment of some microbial diseases. c.4. Practice problem solving through case studies and study questions. d. General and Transferable Skills d.1. Implement proficiency in writing, presentation and communication skills. d.2. Practice independent learning needed for continuous professional development.


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