Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
ResistResistance Apr 12
Privacy curtains used in patients’ rooms are often rife with drug-resistant microbes, research has revealed. The possibility of cross-contamination between patients from such sources should be taken seriously.
Reply Retweet Like
Summit Therapeutics Apr 19
April is month! , the has had to change treatment guidelines for three times in the last nine years, due to and decrease susceptibility. Little stands between us and untreatable gonorrhea.
Reply Retweet Like
Your Ontario Doctors Apr 18
Replying to @OnCall4ON
Majority of “common ailments.. coughs, sore throats, pink eye” etc are viral &self-limiting, &others (urinary tract infections etc) require thorough evaluation &clinical medical expertise of MDs to avoid misuse/harms of meds &dev . 3/3
Reply Retweet Like
APIC Apr 18
"In the study, 14 percent of 399 hospital patients tested had “superbug” antibiotic-resistant bacteria on their hands or nostrils very early in their hospital stay"
Reply Retweet Like
Jillian Buriak 23h
Kid was in hospital for 5 days. Just given his freedom. Antibiotics saved his life, but took heavy doses to knock it back. is terrifying. Thank you for saving him.
Reply Retweet Like
Surya Sundar, Ph.D Apr 15
Finally created a twitter account to join the community in an effort to combat the rise of !
Reply Retweet Like
Erick Venant Apr 18
'A12' There is no enough knowledge among healthcare professionals&patients about diagnostic's role in combanting more efforts should be taken to increase the understanding.
Reply Retweet Like
WHO/Europe Apr 15
Replying to @WHO_Europe
Always seek the advice of a qualified health care professional before taking antibiotics. We all have a role to play in preventing the spread of !
Reply Retweet Like
Save Antibiotics Apr 18
A combination of rising local temperatures and population density in the U.S. has been linked to an increase in . looks at what climate change could mean for superbugs:
Reply Retweet Like
Battle Superbugs 1h
The most effective and tolerable to treat Impetigo is in short supply, and this is putting Aboriginal kids at risk of life-threatening infections. via
Reply Retweet Like
BCMHouston Apr 16
How can we fight antibiotic resistance? Dr. Susan Rosenberg spoke to Inside Science about her lab's work.
Reply Retweet Like
Battle Superbugs Apr 18
This is a good read and love this from a doctor: Says "is similar to the crisis in terms of the need to generate public awareness and change prescribing patterns to reduce the use of inappropriate use."
Reply Retweet Like
Longitude Prize Apr 18
Do you have an idea for a blog about antibiotic resistance? We would love to host it and are looking for authors to write about their experiences and research in the topic! Get in touch if you are interested!
Reply Retweet Like
Sylvia BurgosToftnes Apr 19
Sat., April 20, 9-9:30AM CT - The Pew Charitable Trusts on link between livestock farming and . What this means to your health, the availabilty of antibiotics that will work. Tune in!
Reply Retweet Like
NatureReviewsUrology 1h
Trending: Review of nonantibiotic prevention and management of recurrent urinary tract infection by Goodman &
Reply Retweet Like
Alkali Life Center 10h
You can not treat all infections with antibiotics.Remember that you have significantly destroyed intestinal microflora using .
Reply Retweet Like
ReAct Action on ABR Apr 17
Reply Retweet Like
Emory Antibiotic Resistance Center Apr 19
While studying and fighting , we forgot to join the Twitterverse...
Reply Retweet Like
Joan Gavaldà 5h
A higher prescription antibiotics During Pediatric Direct-to-Consumer Telemedicine Visits
Reply Retweet Like
Cochrane Oral Health Apr 18
The effects of antibiotics on toothache caused by inflammation or infection at the root of the tooth in adults:
Reply Retweet Like