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WHO/Europe Sep 17
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Europe leads the way on efforts to address antimicrobial resistance, with a focus on reducing the use of antimicrobials and strengthening infection prevention and control, especially in healthcare settings.
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CDC 21m
Antibiotics are the most powerful tool we have to fight life-threatening infections, like those that can lead to sepsis. CDC is challenging partners worldwide to preserve the power of antibiotics. How will you step up to combat ?
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Longitude Prize 9h
"If you ask me, how big a priority is antibiotic resistance, I’ll give you a different answer every hour. When I’m seeing my 50th patient on the ward round, flagging, tired, I’ll roll my eyes." - Life as a doctor in South Sudan.
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BEAM Alliance 8h
Rise in antibiotic resistance must be tackled, says . Via
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Helmut Bürgmann 2h
wrapped up today with great presentations and thought-provoking discussion on the global dimension of in the . Thanks to this great group for making the meeting a success!
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Phys.org 7h
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WHO/Europe Sep 17
Speaking at the opening of , HRH The Crown Princess of 🇩🇰 said, “To have any chance of achieving the , it will require strong collaborative action in critical areas of public health” such as and .
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Eimear Brannigan 🇪🇺🇮🇪🇬🇧 51m
Enjoyed my unscheduled running of clinic today; great and their life stories; enthusiastic visiting elective student and discussing ; challenges of services
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U.S. FDA Sep 14
TODAY: Tune in live at 10AM EST , when hosts FDA Commissioner as he announces the agency’s plans to combat antibiotic resistance.
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Tracey Lee Peters Sep 16
Hey community: have there been any successful compassionate care cases using to treat ? Would you know ? Asking for a friend. Her infection is characterized by .
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Battle Superbugs 4h
is devastating. One issue that is being overlooked? The potential spread of , including antibiotic resistant bacteria from flooded farms like those pictured in this story.
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Jason Anthony Tetro 3h
At - Dr. Lynn Bry reveals that elements can transfer in as little as 30 minutes. Now imagine what could happen in your gut. Yeah, it's that bad and so much more than healthcaren .
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Poole Hospital 8h
Can you help us raise awareness of the importance of careful antibiotic use? The says antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest threats to global health, and we need your help to spread the message
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Dr. Edsel Salvana Sep 12
I spent 5 yrs in med school/internship, 3 yrs residency, 3 yrs fellowship, passed many exams and recertify in IDS every 10 years. I understand you are thrilled to find out what a thymus gland is on wiki, but NO, you do not need antibiotics for your cold.
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As I told , many of the same antibiotics that were used for growth promotion are still available for use today -- under different label claims.
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Organ transplants rely on antibiotics to tackle possible infections, but puts this at risk, says via
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CDC Sep 17
Improving use of antibiotics, including ensuring access, can help slow . See what other actions leaders are taking at the launch event at 7 pm ET, September 25:
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Dr. Edsel Salvana Sep 10
Acinetobacter baumanii, an increasingly common cause of hospital pneumonia, is now highly resistant to nearly all the antibiotics in the Philippines. It is currently >50% resistant to meropenem, one of our last line antibiotics. Use antibiotics properly.
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Study of patient records in antibiotic stewardship project found broad variations in prescribing rates for acute respiratory infections, highlights need for programs in the outpatient setting
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