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World Health Organization (WHO) Jun 18
In tackling , is introducing a tool that indexes the most effective into 3 groups: 💊ACCESS 💊WATCH 💊RESERVE to help policy-makers, doctors and prescribers on which antibiotics to use when
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World Health Organization (WHO) Jun 18
Replying to @WHO
Overuse and misuse of antibiotics are the leading causes of . Without effective 💊 and other antimicrobials, we will lose our ability to treat common infections like pneumonia
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McMaster IIDR 7h
The David Braley Centre for Antibiotic Discovery is turning the tide against infections that are immune to | -
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EconomicTimes 11h
The classification specifies which to use for the most common and serious infections, which ones should be available at all times, and those that must be used as a last resort.
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A Voice For Choice Jun 24
" killed all the strains of bacteria tested in lab, including some highly resistant to existing ..the bacteria did not become resistant to CBD after being exposed for 20 days: the period when bacteria can survive some currently used drugs."
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TARGETantibiotics 6h
To stop the spread of infections and reduce antibiotic resistance, good hand, respiratory and food and appropriate antibiotic use is vital. Have a look at resources for more information about appropriate use of .
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NCDC 13h
🤔 What do we mean by Responsible Use of ? Using as little as possible, as much as necessary, and only under qualified supervision: ✅ The right antibiotic as prescribed ✅ The right amount ✅ For the right duration
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EUFIC 6h
are a limited resource! 💊 Used appropriately, they are life-savers. When overused and misused, antibiotics lose their effectiveness and bacteria become resistant, making it harder to treat bacterial infections. 🤒
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Imperial Medicine 11h
💊 A new Imperial centre will pioneer research to optimise how antimicrobial drugs are used to both improve patient care and preserve . Supported by
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Jaimie Ellis 11h
Poster presentation of our paper on for today at ’s event on
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Designer Shit Jun 24
Dr Madji Osman puts it so well here! We need to start thinking about how you treat someone AFTER they recieve . How can we minimize the effects antibiotics have on the and reduce the risks they pose?
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AntibioticResearchUK 12h
Kitchen sink drama as researchers discover that infected bacteria living in sponges could be useful in fighting
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IDSA Jun 20
Urge your legislators to co-sponsor the DISARM Act, a bill that would encourage the development of new , require hospitals to establish programs, & report antibiotic use and resistance data to . 💊
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World Health Organization (WHO) Jun 18
Replying to @WHO
Failing to tackle , especially by improving the way we use 💊, will: 🔺prevent us from treating serious and even common infections 🔺make surgery riskier 🔺place mothers’ and their newborns’ lives at risk 🔺deplete health resources
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Simply Pure Jun 24
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AntibioticResearchUK Jun 19
Warning from “Out of the 65 countries which collect such information, only 29 have met goals to limit the use of precious
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mic. Jun 23
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Alison Rice PhD 7h
- wow Reshma Shetty Ginkgo Bioworks - a masterclass in the potential of to transform of new ways to produce food, , treat disease & so much more
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Hallux 24h
We need new antibiotics before super-bugs becomes a bigger problem.
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Tyler J Ford 4h
I've been a little lax in updating my blog, but today's update features my first guest post from ! Danny discusses tiny bacterial needles (type III secretion systems) & how research on them could lead to new !
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