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Total number of hours (per semester) from

education plan
(73 )

THE SHEET OF DISCIPLINE

BACTERIOLOGY VIROLOGY AND PARASITOLOGY

Name of Discipline
Year of study

II

Semester *

II Type of the final evaluation (E/V/C)

The regime of the discipline (C - Compulsory , O - Optional, F


Facultative)
Total hours of individual
Total hours formeducation plan
73
study
The titular of the discipline

Faculty

Medicine

Department

Medicale II

Profile

Medicine

Specialisation

Medicine

(Ob

Credit number

50

Total hours per


semester

Prof. Univ. Dr. Luminia Smaranda Iancu


* If the discipline has more semesters of study,
should fill in for each semester
Total
73

C**
33

P
40

** C curs, L laboratories activities, P project


or practical works

Knowledges prior to Microbiology courses:


Cell biology, biochemistry, physiology, biophysics, immunology, genetics;
Lectures and laboratories from the first semester

Objectives of the discipline


The main objective of the medical microbiology is to teach the future physician to see the microorganism
with the eyes of the mind and to think as a microbiologist:
- A. to know where and what kind of microorganisms are present (on and in the own body, on and in
the patients body, even they are not having one infectious diseases, on and in environment);
- B. which are the ways through which these microorganisms are moving from a place to another one
and what kind of consequences can have this contamination;
- C. to know the risk of microbial contamination in medical and surgery practice;
- D. to understand the role of the microorganisms in conditioning the health / sickness state.

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Lectures Analytical Curricula


For the main genus implicated in human patholohy will be teach: brief definition,
microscopical and cultivation particularities, resistance to environment factors,
pathogenicity factors, list of the main diseases, microbiological diagnosis, basic
principles regarding treatment and prevention.
1.HACEK grup, Bordetella, Brucella, Pasteurella, Francisella genus.
Corynebacterium, Listeria, Erysipelothrix genus.

Hours
3

2. Bacillus, Clostridium genus and anaerobic non spore forming bacteria.

3.Neisseria and Moraxella genus.

4.Special bacteria (I): Mycobacterium genus; Actinomicetes.

5.Special bacteria (II): Spirochetaes: Treponema, Borrelia, Leptospira.

6.Special bacteria (III): Legionella, Bartonella, Mycoplasma and Chlamydia, and


rickettsiae.
7.Viruses: morphology, replication, taxonomy, virus-host relation, bacteriophagi.

8.Picornaviruses, rheoviruses, rabies virus, arboviruses and roboviruses.

9.Orthomyxoviruses, paramyxoviruses, coronaviruses, adenoviruses.

10.Herpesviruses. Huma papillomaviruses.

11.Hepatitis viruses

12.Retroviruses. Oncogenesis.

13. Nosocomial infection.

Parasitology
1. Introduction to Medical Parasitology. Important groups of animal parasites
of humans. Protozoa. Genus Plasmodium.
2. Toxoplasma
gondii,
Cryptosporidium,
Schistosoma
species.
Paragonimus.Hemoflagellates:
Leischmania,
Trypanosoma
brucei,
Trypanosoma cruzi.
3. Filarial worms. Lymphatic filariasis. Wuchereria bancrofti. Brugia malayi.
Subcutaneos filariae: Loa loa, Onchocerca volvulus, Dracunculus
medinensis., Fungi

2
2

Laboratories Analytical Curricula


1.Laboratory exam of enteric fever. Identification of thyphoid bacilli.
2. Coproculture. Laboratory investigation in food poisoning. Identification of
Bacillus cereus and Helicobacter
3. Identification of the main species form the genus: Corynebacterium, Bacillus,
Clostridium.
4. Laboratory examination of ulcerations and genital exudates. Identification of
gonococci.
5. Laboratory diagnosis of tuberculosis. Identification of micobacteria. Ziehl Neelsen stain.
6. Laboratory diagnosis of leptospirosis. Identification of leptospira. Laboratory
examination in syphylis.
7. Special methods to collect samples for virusologic diagnosis. Cultivation of
viruses. Identification of viruses.
8. Laboratory dignosis of enterovirosis. Lab diagnosis of rabies. MCQ special
bacteriology
9. Laboratory diagnosis of respiratory viral infection.

10. Laboratory diagnosis of viral hepatitis infection.

11. Laboratory diagnossis of HIV infection.

12.Evaluation of virology module MCQ. Nosocomial infection.

13.Slides reviews.

14. The final practical exam.


Parasitology (12 hours)
1. Classification of Protozoa. Entamoeba histolytica, Balantidium coli, Giardia
lamblia. Trichomonas vaginalis.
2. Class Trematoda: Fasciola hepatica, Fasciolopsis Buski, Heterophytes and
Metagoninus.
3. Class Cestoda: Taenia saginata, Taenia solium, Diphylobothrium latum.

4. Larval Cestodes: Cysticercosis, Hydatidosis.


5. Class Nematoda. Intestinal nematodes: Ascaris lumbricoides, Trichuris
trichiura, Strongyloides stercoralis.
6. Class Nematoda: Enterobius vermicularis, Tricinella spiralis. Fungi

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2
2
2
2
2
2
2

2
2
2
2

Competences - to assimilate skills for:


1. avoiding microbial contamination according with different risk condition in medical and surgical
practice;
2. sampling, transporting and preservation of the pathologic products for microbiological
examination;
3. smear preparation for bacteriological examination;
4. Gram and Ziehl-Neelsen stains;
5. preliminary identification of the microorganisms involved in human pathology;
6. interpretation of sero-immunological results and interpretation of susceptibility tests results;

7. smear for parasites examination;


8. preparation and interpretation of one smear in thick drop;
9. correct interpretation of the significance of one isolate.

For the final mark will be considered:


-

the answers at the final exam:

Weight expressed in percent


(Total = 100%)
For all modules (B, V, P):
50%

MCQ
- final answers at the practical laboratories

35%

- periodical testing through control papers


- continuous testing during the semester continue
testing
- activities like homework / referals / essay /
translation / projects

15%

Final mark calculation:


Bacteriology module: 60%
- other activities (SPECIFY) :
Virology module: 20%
Parasitology module: 20%
Describe the practical modality for the final evaluation:
Writing exam MCQ
Practical and oral exam
YES
YES
Estimate the total hours (hours per semester) for the individual activities of the student
(fill in with 0 the activities which are not requested)
1. Read-in and learning the curs notes

10

8. Preparing oral presentations

2. Learning using the textbook, courses

9. Preparing the final


examination

10

3. The study of the minimal suggested


5
bibliography
4. Supplementary documentation in
0
library
5. Specific activity for seminary /
10
laboratory
6. Achieving of homework, report, essay,
0
translation
7. Preparing the control papers

10

10. Consultations
11. Reference material

12. Reference material on


Internet

13. Other activities ...

14. Other activities ...

TOTAL hours of individual study


(per semester) minimum = 50

Compulsory bibliography
1. Lectures power point presentations
2. Laboratories protocols
3. Luca Mariana. Parazitologie.Micologie. Editura UMF. Iai, 2005.
Supplementary bibliography for Microbiology lectures and laboratories
1. Jawetz, Melnick and Adelbergs Medical Microbiology, Appleton & Lange, 2007.
2. Ferron A Bacteriologie medicale, Editions C. et R., Paris, oricare editie de dupa
1995.
3. Mims CA et al.: Medical Microbiology, Mosby Company, St. Louis, 2007.
4. Murray PR et al.: Medical Microbiology, Second Edition, Wolfe International
Student Edition, 2005.
5. Luca Mariana. Parazitologie.Micologie. Editura Medical. Bucureti, 1993.
6. Radulescu Simona. Parazitologie medical. Editura All Educational, Bucureti, 2000.
7. Parijia S. C., Textbook of Medical Parasitology, 1st ed., All India Publishers, 1997

Date:

Signature of the Disciplines coordinator