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Carl Björvang -Researcher 1h
Plus, anyone who has good insight into 20th century Antibiotics research, or knows anyone who has, is more than welcome to contact me about it.
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Carl Björvang -Researcher 1h
Secrecy, helping or halting? When acedemy and industry collaborate, is secrecy a good tool to enable viable commercialisation? Or is it a yoke on science, preventing us from finding substances that have been overlooked or dooming us to repeat mistakes?
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NCGS, Inc. Apr 18
Replying to @NCGSIncCRO
NCGS has recent clinical trial experience with antibiotics and MDR pathogens (MRSA Pneumonia, cUTI, cIAI, and abSSSI). Please comment below if you’d like to hear more about our global trial services!
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DOCCS 18h
Infusion antibiotic therapy helps your body get the germ-fighting medicine it needs to restore health. And since medicine is delivered right to your bloodstream, your immune system gets more of the medicine it needs to win the war against infection.
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On Air Pharmacist 2h
Irrational use makes commonly treatable hard to 1/2
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Alasdair Munro Apr 16
Thread I LOVE mythbusting, so here are a list of 5 myths busted . I'd love to hear yours too! 1/6
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Carl Björvang -Researcher 2h
What do you people think? Do we need more traditional antibiotics research or are alternative paths likely to be more succesful? If so, which ones?
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Carl Björvang -Researcher 2h
I am trying to find out why, or at least a few more clues as to why research in Antibiotics has not yielded more substantial results over the last 30 odd years. Any suggestions?
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Kerry 1h
Why am I always ill when I'm not at work 😷
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Save Antibiotics Apr 18
“We have become very reliant upon these amazing drugs and what you can envision is what the world was like before were created…even a scratch or an ear infection could be deadly,” says via
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Cátia Pereira Apr 18
Do you know how are cycled between different environments? A large percentage of the antibiotics that are used globally ends up being released into the environment in active forms, exerting selective pressure on bacteria, humans, animals and plants!
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Ria Apr 18
Just got back from doctor because of horrible side effect issues from antibiotic. Had vitals checked/exam, labs, EKG. So tired! Hoping to feel better soon.
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Battle Superbugs Apr 18
Study by the government of Bangladesh found various types of in almost 50% poultry feed samples from 14 brands collected from 4 districts. And guess what? Use of the drugs in poultry feed is banned ...
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Nancy A Hong Apr 17
More NYTimes coverage on dangerous systemic fungal infections, this one sourced from a patient’s family: How a Chicago Woman Fell Victim to Candida Auris, a Drug-Resistant Fungus
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Cochrane Oral Health Apr 18
The effects of antibiotics on toothache caused by inflammation or infection at the root of the tooth in adults:
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Pew Health Apr 13
Our new analysis shows how some for animal diseases—such as pneumonia and intestinal parasites—can still be used without time limits. needs to prioritize setting limits for drugs most important to animal, public health.
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IDSA Apr 11
"It's not about using less antibiotics. It's about using the right antibiotic for the right diagnosis and for the right duration of time.” IDSA member Dr. Susan Bleasdale stresses the importance of responsible use of and antifungals.
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Alkali Life Center 4h
You can not treat all infections with antibiotics.Remember that you have significantly destroyed intestinal microflora using .
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CrohnsPowerUp Apr 18
fusion center once again today another round of Starting to feel better though what an energy drain.. abcess
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CriticCareDoc Apr 18
Just out! Our paper on early target attainment of infusion of in the ICU low to moderate with CreatCL as predictor
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