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Microbe Cards: Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Study Cards (Boxed Set or App)

Author: Mark S. Peppler
Content Type: Trade
Publication Year: 2003

Category: Clinical Microbiology

  • The set contains 103 color-coded cards organized into gram-positive bacteria, gram-negative bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites.
  • The front of each card displays a unique collection of microscopic and clinical images, contributed by infectious disease experts around the world.
  • The back of each card lists six features of the organism: diseases caused, pathogenesis, immunity, epidemiology, diagnosis, and control.
  • An outline of the human body on the back of the card shows at a glance where the organisms cause disease.

  • Browse cards in Card Flow view, or alphabetically by "Name" or "Type."
  • Organize custom collections by saving either search results or individual selections into "Stacks."
  • Quiz yourself using "Search." Type in a key word; results show cards containing that key word. Example: Which bacteria have a capsule (outer defensive covering)? Type in "capsule"; results show 10 bacteria and one fungus that are encapsulated.
  • iPhone and iPod Touch versions support portrait and landscape orientations, and spread-and-pinch zoom.

For iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch (visit the app store) and now available to Android users (Visit Google Play.

For more information and to make a purchase, please visit: http://eyecuecards.com.

For a demo movie, thumbnails and features, see the Microbe Cards product page: http://eyecuecards.com/microbecards.html

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