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Robert Orellana 1h
The nightmare: highly resistant bacteria like The cause: inappropriate & excessive use The prediction: 10 million global death annually in 2050
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Sassafras4ucom 1h
47 (9-18): 8,000 new combinations are surprisingly effective
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Clare Fedele Sep 17
A team of scientists has developed a new form of that can stop lethal dead in their tracks. Here I am discussing the research on radio this morning (1:12:33) 👩🏽‍🔬. Link to the paper in thread.
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Lena Brook 7h
This story about the fallout of untreated strep in Rwanda is heartbreaking. And a scary harbinger of what is to come if our toolkit continues to fail:
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Dr Jude Capper 🥛🐄🧀 Sep 17
Did you know, using allows producers to have healthier animals, to produce safe food and to reduce use?
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Matt Wellington 13h
Potentially unleashing scores of resistant bacteria into the surrounding environment
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Battle Superbugs Sep 17
Good article: What should be your first-line treatment for a cough? (Spoiler -- it's NOT an ).
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WHO Nigeria Sep 15
resistant infections become more complex and difficult to treat.
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Bianca Brijnath Sep 13
⁩ officially submits her . Her title won’t fit in the characters allowed so the keywords are DM her for more details - her work is fantastic.
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dough Sep 17
LR Bottom Line: We believe FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb's comments today at The Pew Charitable Trusts on the FDA's plans to combat resistance are an incremental positive.
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Battle Superbugs 15h
team-up to develop tests to curb resistance. Researchers, diagnostic innovators, economists & social scientists to create cutting edge, rapid diagnostic solutions in diverse settings: community healthcare, dairy farms & aquaculture
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Lena Brook 10h
As expected, NC hog farm lagoons are starting to overflow due to flooding. resistant bacteria will likely come along for the ride, harming nearby communities, air, and water. HT
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Harvard Chemistry Sep 17
The FDA recently approved , a tetracycline to treat complicated intra-abdominal infections. Tetraphase, a company founded by Professor Myers, developed the drug with technology produced in the Myers Lab:
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//bpUnKρRοtocol// Sep 14
yah it's superbug breeding grounds, what critters will grow out that?? that should have been culled already just for the methane emissions....
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Chris Hendel 5h
The good folks report tonight about this new study by Lauri Hicks & other researchers which finds that outpatient prescribing among seniors did not change much from 2011 to 2014, though significant regional variations were noted
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U.S. PIRG Sep 12
"We don't prevent infections in people with antibiotics. Why would it be acceptable to prevent them in healthy animals?" explains the importance of eliminating misuse in the meat industry in our Health Professional Action Network video series
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Henrik Munch Roager Sep 13
Here we show (in rats) that exposure during pregnancy affects the development of the intestinal in offspring and causes changes in body weight persisting into adulthood
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Dr Cameron Jones 5h
'Predatory ' Might Be Enlisted In Defense Against Resistance
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Elizabeth Beech Sep 11
OneHealth Veterinary Medicines Directorate sharing great success reducing consumption
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NACCHO 14h
FREE : All 4 sections of CDC’s stewardship training are now available! Learn strategies for optimizing prescribing and use in various healthcare settings.
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