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GovCanHealth Jul 19
Canada recognizes that is a growing global health threat and is taking action to prevent and control AMR by: monitoring AMR, promoting appropriate use, and advancing research and innovation.
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Kristie Leong M.D. Jul 12
Before taking an , ask if you really need it. Many respiratory infections are viral & don’t respond to antibiotics. They’ll only disrupt your gut & that it can take up to a year to restore balance.
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Maryland PIRG Jul 19
"This infection is resistant to everything we have." Those are words that no patient wants to hear. Check out from  and   advice on how to stem resistant bacteria.
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Colin Garner Jul 12
Our aim is to tackle resistance through our mission of research, education & patient support We have asked the Government to help us as impetus from the O'Neill AMR Review has been lost. Read our submission Plse circulate or RT
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Matt Wellington Jul 19
Hey , nice piece on avoiding ,, but you missed a key piece: advocate for reducing use in agriculture. Don't take it from me, here's the lowdown from Dr. Marty Makary from Johns Hopkins Hospital.
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R Calabro Tully Jul 16
Nearly half of prescriptions at urgent care centers were inappropriate, far exceeding the rates of unnecessary prescribing in other medical settings, a new study by CDC and Pew found. - SarahKarlin of
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Hindustan Antibiotics Ltd. Jul 19
HAL have restarted manufacturing its own discovered & developed product named , which is a broad spectrum anti-fungal used for agricultural purpose. It is produced by , which was isolated from soil samples collected in , .
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Brad Langford Jul 12
No difference between short (=<24 h) and extended (>24 h) prophylaxis for facial fracture patients in this retrospective cohort study
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CHC North Jul 12
We created a digital-dashboard to help manage & then presented it to GPs and in . Want to know what they thought of it? Read the event report here:
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Amy Watson Jul 18
Doxy makes me hide from the sun, but it works it’s magical powers for the bad chesty cough my cold left.
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Dr Steffanie Strathdee: Superbug Slayer Jul 15
Yes! We have similar experiences . There are now several reports of - synergy, suggesting that selective phage pressure can resurrect failing antibiotics. Long live the phage!!
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Debbie Goff Jul 12
alert! no prior use or healthcare exposure yet 48% young females had resistant ESBL bacteruria Times r changing via
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Biovet S.A. Jul 18
We remind you that 2018 PSA Annual Meeting is approaching, team is looking forward to meet you all on 23rd of July at the about "Use of Alquernat Nebsui as an alternative to an Growth Promoter in broilers".
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Tony Guerra - Pharmacy Leaders Podcast Host 3m
How to pronounce mupirocin () (Memorizing Flashcard) is an cream. via
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Dana Corriel, MD 25m
point to reiterate to outpatients everywhere! Let’s become resistant to resistance!
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AHRQ 4h
Learn about funding for large research projects for combating -resistant bacteria (CARB) and healthcare-associated infections. Submit applications by October 5, 2018.
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otorhinolaryngology 4h
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Agility Health Tech 5h
Lovely to meet with this morning. Looking forward to working with you on your delivery to the lung technology.
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MedPath 9h
Replying to @lpneumophila @MPI_NZ
Hi PCR testing looks at the DNA of the pathogen to decide which works best. not sure exactly what you are asking regarding impact on laboratories
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BTCCRC 11h
Looking forward to our friends joining us for our microsampling drug dosing symposium 20th Sept
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