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Antibiotic resistance is a global problem

The Lancet Infectious Diseases Commission on Antibiotic Resistance led by Otto Cars from the Swedish Institute for Communicable Disease Control has published “Antibiotic resistance—the need for global solutions.” The stated ... goal of this 42-page
November 2021

Can we stop the superbugs?

https://acpinternist.org/archives/2017/05/editors.htm. This issue covers antibiotic resistance among bacteria, ways to teach ambulatory care during a hospital residency, and a pair of stories about geriatrics. ... How do you deal with antibiotic
May 2017

Antibiotic resistance--should we blame primary care or ICU physicians?

Even if we overused these antibiotics, we are unlikely to contribute to the antibiotic resistance problem. ... The antibiotic resistance problem is not a problem secondary to giving amoxicillin to sore throat patients.
November 2021

QD: News Every Day--FDA toughens rule meant to stop antibiotic resistance

QD: News Every Day--FDA toughens rule meant to stop antibiotic resistance. ... Cephalosporins will be used in livestock only for very specific exceptions, after years of debate about the role of antibiotic resistance in farming and how it leads to new
November 2021

The fusobacterium story as of 2018

Does Fusobacterium really cause pharyngitis? Would antibiotics prevent Lemierre Syndrome? Antibiotics have significant problems and we have an antibiotic resistance problem.
November 2021

Superbug threat lurks in sewer

Superbug threat lurks in sewer. The threat of antibiotic resistance is attributed mainly to the overprescribing and overuse of antibiotics, but a new study explores a new, often-overlooked, danger: sewage ... Since sewage sludge is often used as
November 2021

Antibiotics and principles for best use

Antibiotics and principles for best use. As physicians we worry about antibiotic resistance. ... Antibiotic resistance is a growing public health concern in the US.
November 2021

Meager and unsatisfactory

Meager and unsatisfactory. It’s nice to see antimicrobial resistance featured in a Sunday New York Times editorial—nothing that we haven’t already covered in a recent post by Eli ... Meager and unsatisfactory” is a great description of the status
November 2021

Lifesaving antibiotics losing power due to resistant germs

Lifesaving antibiotics losing power due to resistant germs. The single most important medicine ever discovered is the antibiotic. ... Now many medical advances that we take for granted, including cancer treatment, surgery, transplantation and neonatal
November 2021

Mycobacterium chimaera: How big is the iceberg? And about that iceberg ...

I'll bet the image of an iceberg is the most common single image used in presentations about infection prevention and antibiotic resistance (possibly several other fields, too).
November 2021

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