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VIB-KU Leuven Center for Microbiology 17h
Replying to @VIB_microbes
The paper describes recent literature on bacterial persistence, a phenomenon where some members of a bacterial population survive treatment by entering the persistent state. (2/5)
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NoMorFilm_H2020 17h
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Mona Saleh May 14
During my practice, I noticed physicians prescribing . They are either prescribing more than one for the same patient at a time. Or prescribing an injectable antibiotic followed by a different oral antibiotic; empirically.
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جاي May 20
in : An Emerging Part of a Larger Crisis
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GhostWarrior⚔ 🇨🇦 10h
A million & one things to do but the is really kicking my butt today. I'll be glad when this is over.
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Claire & Jules 16m
Knowledge, attitude and practice (KAP) survey regarding use among pilgrims attending the 2015 Hajj mass gathering
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Minyon Avent 8h
Off to Gladstone to launch project STOP/SWAP - IV to Oral switch program for children. Have enrolled 6 hospitals in rural and regional todate!
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Scottish Dental 24h
The survey on the impact of their implementation advice on Prophylaxis for Infective Endocarditis Have your say before it closes tomorrow 22nd May.
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Natalie Brown May 17
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PanoramaTeam May 20
“We’re looking to the shelf for the next , and there’s nothing there,” says Erica Shenoy, associate chief of the infection control unit at Massachusetts General Hospital. “We’re facing the specter of patients with infections we can’t treat.”
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Mona Saleh 10h
Replying to @Mona_Saleh84
I also noticed physicians prescribing an for 20 continuous days.
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The Curable Recipes May 14
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Save Antibiotics May 20
Replying to @pewhealth
A strong pipeline requires focused efforts to boost basic scientific research and encourage cooperation between academia and industry.
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PanoramaTeam May 19
ICYMI: "For the first time, scientists have used genetically modified viruses to treat a patient fighting an -resistant infection."
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Eurosurveillance 19h
Process diagram for estimating historical and future proportions for eight -bacterium combinations in 52 OECD, EU/EEA and G20 countries, 2000–2030
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U.S. PIRG May 14
"Over the past decade there’s been a surge of US patients infected with bacteria for which there’s no effective ." Via
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saud alshehri May 19
Resistance Before and Now ✌🏻😅🤪
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CDDEP 11h
Study: single dose of preventative antibiotics reduces maternal infections and overall use in women following childbirth. 🤰
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Microbiomes in One Health May 16
5 rules for management in : 1. PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE 2. FITNESS COSTS ARE UNRELIABLE SERVANTS 3. LIMIT SUPPLY OF MUTATIONS AND GENETIC NOVELTY 4. LOW DOSES DON'T WORK, SHORT COURSES MIGHT 5. INFORMATION IS POWER
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Goss Group 18h
Latest from , Jo & collaborators @ Sporomex Powerful and natural solution for photoprotection of the polyene antibiotic marinomycin
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