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Cases of superbug significantly rise in southeastern US

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Photo: Nurse and patient at intensive care unit [17/07/2014] Cases of the highly contagious, drug-resistant bacteria, carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE), have increased fivefold in community hospitals in the Southeastern United States, according to a new study.Cases of superbug significantly rise in southeastern US - Read more

Protein sharpens salmonella needle for attack

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Photo: Picture of tissue infected by salmonella [21/05/2014] A tiny nanoscale syringe is Salmonella’s weapon. Using this, the pathogen injects its molecular agents into the host cells and manipulates them to its own advantage.Protein sharpens salmonella needle for attack - Read more

Honey: New Approach to Antibiotic Resistance

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Photo: Honeycomb [21/03/2014] Honey, that delectable condiment for breads and fruits, could be one sweet solution to the serious, ever-growing problem of bacterial resistance to antibiotics.Honey: New Approach to Antibiotic Resistance - Read more

Infections: New Strategy to Combat Bacteria

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Photo: Bacteria [07/02/2014] Alvin Lo and Han Remaut (VIB/Vrije Universiteit Brussel) have identified a chemical substance with the potential of acting as a new drug to treat bacterial infections, particularly urinary tract infections.Infections: New Strategy to Combat Bacteria - Read more

Models: New Perspective on Development of Antibiotic Resistance

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Photo: Petri dishes [13/12/2013] Using quantitative models of bacterial growth, a team of UC San Diego biophysicists has discovered the bizarre way by which antibiotic resistance allows bacteria to multiply in the presence of antibiotics, a growing health problem in hospitals and nursing homes.Models: New Perspective on Development of Antibiotic Resistance - Read more

Antibiotics: Resistant Typhoid Likely to Spread

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Photo: Water samples [11/12/2013] Restricting the use of antibiotics is unlikely to stop the spread of drug resistance in typhoid fever, according to a study funded by the Wellcome Trust.Antibiotics: Resistant Typhoid Likely to Spread - Read more

Sore Throat: New Test Cuts Antibiotic Use by Nearly a Third

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Photo: Sore throat [12/11/2013] A new 'clinical score' test for patients with sore throats could reduce the amount of antibiotics prescribed and result in patients feeling better more quickly.Sore Throat: New Test Cuts Antibiotic Use by Nearly a Third - Read more

Resistances: “Fishing a New Pond" for Antibiotics

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Photo: Bacteria [16/10/2013] Researchers at McMaster University are addressing the crisis in drug resistance with a novel approach to find new antibiotics: They research chemical compounds that block the ability of bacteria to make vitamins and amino acids.Resistances: “Fishing a New Pond" for Antibiotics - Read more

Antibiotics: Biologists Develop New Discovery Method

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Photo: Antibiotics [17/09/2013] Biologists at the University of California, San Diego have developed a revolutionary new method for identifying and characterizing antibiotics, an advance that could lead to the discovery of new antibiotics to treat antibiotic resistant bacteria. Antibiotics: Biologists Develop New Discovery Method - Read more

Drug Resistance: UK Is Not Funding Research Enough

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Photo: Research [13/09/2013] Study of funding awarded to antimicrobial resistance research projects in the UK calls for political leadership and sustained and targeted spending.Drug Resistance: UK Is Not Funding Research Enough - Read more

Antibiotics: New Strategy Could Reduce Inappropriate Use

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Photo: Antibiotics [10/09/2013] Researchers have developed a new strategy for prescribing antibiotics that could reduce patient harm and help combat the rise in antibiotic resistance.Antibiotics: New Strategy Could Reduce Inappropriate Use - Read more

Antibiotics: Risk of Severe Blood Sugar Swings

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Photo: Blood sugar [15/08/2013] Diabetic patients taking oral fluoroquinolones, a class of antibiotics, were found to have a higher risk of severe blood sugar-related problems than diabetic patients taking other kinds of antibiotics.Antibiotics: Risk of Severe Blood Sugar Swings - Read more

Drug: Marine Compound Shows Potency against Anthrax

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Photo: Sea bottom [22/07/2013] This finding is the latest evidence that the oceans offer a vast resource for novel therapeutics: a chemical compound from an ocean microbe could be used to treat anthrax, among others.Drug: Marine Compound Shows Potency against Anthrax - Read more

Hospital: Bacteriophages Battle Superbugs

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Photo: Bacteriophage [19/07/2013] IFR microbiologists are reinvigorating a way of battling C. difficile infections that they hope will help overcome the growing problem of antibiotic resistant superbugs in hospitals.Hospital: Bacteriophages Battle Superbugs - Read more

Antibiotics: Way of Delivery Could Mitigate Resistance

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Photo: Medication [28/06/2013] New research suggests that the rapid rise of antibiotic resistance correlates with oral ingestion of antibiotics, raising the possibility that other routes of administration could reduce the spread of resistance.Antibiotics: Way of Delivery Could Mitigate Resistance - Read more

Compound: Marine Molecule Has Antibiotic Properties

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Photo: Baringolin [21/06/2013] A new compound isolated from a marine microorganism shows promising antibiotic acitivity at a very low concentration. Compound: Marine Molecule Has Antibiotic Properties - Read more

Bacteria: New Way to Improve Antibiotic Production

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Photo: Bacteria [20/06/2013] Making bacteria make more antibiotics more quickly: An antibiotic has been found to stimulate its own production. The findings could make it easier to scale up antibiotic production for commercialization.Bacteria: New Way to Improve Antibiotic Production - Read more

Antibiotics: New Hope Against Resistant Diseases

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Photo: Anthrax cells [05/06/2013] Diseases such as tuberculosis, anthrax, and shigellosis -- a severe food-borne illness -- eventually could be treated with an entirely new and more-effective kind of antibiotic.Antibiotics: New Hope Against Resistant Diseases - Read more

Antibiotics: Development Progresses Slowly

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Photo: Pills [18/04/2013] Despite the desperate need for new antibiotics to combat increasingly deadly resistant bacteria, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have approved only one new systemic antibiotic since 2010. That drug was approved two and a half years ago.Antibiotics: Development Progresses Slowly - Read more

Infections: Antibiotic Resistance Is a Growing Concern

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[15/10/2012] As a result of concerns about antibiotic resistance, doctors in the United States are increasingly prescribing newer, more costly and more powerful antibiotics to treat urinary tract infections, one of the most common illnesses in women.Infections: Antibiotic Resistance Is a Growing Concern - Read more

Appendicitis: Antibiotics Could Replace Surgery

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[27/09/2012] Although the standard approach to acute appendicitis is to remove the appendix, a study at the Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, reveals that treatment with antibiotics can be just as effective in many cases.Appendicitis: Antibiotics Could Replace Surgery - Read more

Overweight in Childhood: Antibiotic Use in Infants Before 6 Months

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[22/08/2012] Treating very young infants with antibiotics may predispose them to being overweight in childhood, according to a study of more than 10,000 children by researchers at the New York University (NYU) School of Medicine.Overweight in Childhood: Antibiotic Use in Infants Before 6 Months - Read more

Proteins: Hot on the Trail of Metabolic Diseases and Resistance to Antibiotics

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[29/03/2012] Proteins belonging to the large and important family of ABC transporters have been associated with metabolic diseases and can cause resistance to antibiotics. Biochemists from the University of Zurich have succeeded in determining the atomic structure of a new ABC transporter. The insights gained could give rise to new therapies to treat multi-resistant bacteria, cystic fibrosis or gout.Proteins: Hot on the Trail of Metabolic Diseases and Resistance to Antibiotics - Read more

Diagnosis Sepsis: “The risk of patients dying from sepsis increases the longer the diagnosis takes”

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[01/02/2012] On the website of the German Sepsis Society (Deutsche Sepsis-Gesellschaft) you can find the following definition for the disease called sepsis: A modern definition of sepsis was published in 1989 by Bone. He wrote: Sepsis is defined as an invasion of microorganisms and / or their toxins into the blood stream along with the reaction of the organism to the invasion.Diagnosis Sepsis: “The risk of patients dying from sepsis increases the longer the diagnosis takes” - Read more

T Cells Therapy: How Immune Cells Destroy Cancer Cells

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[17/01/2012] Doctor Kathleen Anders and Professor Thomas Blankenstein of the Max Delbrück Centre (MDC) Berlin-Buch and researchers of the Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope Cancer Centre in Duarte, California, USA showed that drug-based cancer treatment and adoptive T cell therapy are both highly effective against large tumours.T Cells Therapy: How Immune Cells Destroy Cancer Cells - Read more

Antibiotics: Common Treatments Can Lead to Resistance

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[21/09/2011] Overexposure to antibiotics has long been a concern in the medical community – most specifically the development of antibiotic resistant infections as a result of repeated use. According to a study, ophthalmologic antibiotics promote antimicrobial resistance too, prompting a call from Vanderbilt Eye Institute physicians to be more judicial in the administration of certain classes of antibiotics.Antibiotics: Common Treatments Can Lead to Resistance - Read more

Identified: New Marker to Predict Progressive Kidney Failure

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[17/06/2011] A high level of a hormone that regulates phosphate is associated with an increased risk of kidney failure and death among chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients. Identified: New Marker to Predict Progressive Kidney Failure - Read more

Antibiotic Resistance: Rapid Spread Between Bacteria

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[13/04/2011] The part of bacterial DNA that often carries antibiotic resistance is a master at moving between different types of bacteria and adapting to widely differing bacterial species, shows a study.Antibiotic Resistance: Rapid Spread Between Bacteria - Read more

Children's Skin Wounds: Careful Cleaning Is Key to Healing

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[22/02/2011] When it comes to curing skin infected with the antibiotic-resistant bacterium MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), timely and proper wound cleaning and draining may be more important than the choice of antibiotic.Children's Skin Wounds: Careful Cleaning Is Key to Healing - Read more

Early Antibiotic Use: Increased Risk of Childhood Asthma

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[27/01/2011] When babies are given antibiotics, their risk of developing asthma by age 6 may increase by 50 percent. Early Antibiotic Use: Increased Risk of Childhood Asthma - Read more

Research: Germ Reducing Implants

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[14/01/2011] Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research develop materials that will reduce the risk of inflammations after operations or in wounds. To this end, the scientists work in cooperation with nine other research centers and industrial partners in the EMBEK1 project. The project is designed for three years and is funded with 2.8 Million Euro by the European Union.Research: Germ Reducing Implants - Read more

Plasma Therapy: An Alternative to Antibiotics?

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[16/12/2010] Cold plasma jets could be a safe, effective alternative to antibiotics to treat multi-drug resistant infections, a new study says.Plasma Therapy: An Alternative to Antibiotics? - Read more

Antibiotic: Safe for Stroke Patients

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[14/09/2010] An antibiotic appears to be a safe treatment for stroke and a good companion therapy for tPA, the clot buster that is currently the only FDA-approved drug therapy, researchers report.Antibiotic: Safe for Stroke Patients - Read more

Rapid Test: “Strep Can Be Found All Over the World“

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[08/09/2010] They cannot be seen with the naked eye and yet we are surrounded by them every day: Germs like strep can make us sick – urinary tract infections, tonsillitis or meningitis – and without antibiotics you can often not tackle them. Scientists have tried for many years to find effective vaccines against these germs. Rapid Test: “Strep Can Be Found All Over the World“ - Read more

Mutations: Computer Program Predicts MRSA's Next Move

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[29/07/2010] Researchers at Duke University Medical Center are using computers to identify how one strain of dangerous bacteria might mutate in the same way a champion chess player tries to anticipate an opponent's strategies.Mutations: Computer Program Predicts MRSA's Next Move - Read more

Disinfection: “Plasma Makes Bacteria Cell Walls Burst“

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[22/03/2010] Never wash without using soap – this is a slogan that surgeons should keep in mind at work. Hygiene of the future may look quite differently though, according to recent physicist’s findings. Disinfection: “Plasma Makes Bacteria Cell Walls Burst“ - Read more

Smart Labels: Big Brother Is Integrated

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Big Brother Is Integrated [01/03/2010] In former times, folded cartons were sufficient: pills were packed in boxes and given to the patient. This has not complied with modern standards for a long time. Medicine packaging is advancing and Smart Labels are all the rage: they are able to assure product quality as well as to protect against drug fakers. Smart Labels: Big Brother Is Integrated - Read more

MRSA: Seek and You Will Find

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[01/09/2009] German experts estimate that about 50,000 people each year contract MRSA that are immune against conventional antibiotics. They estimate since nobody really knows the real number. A new obligation to inform is supposed to provide more transparency which in turn should help to systematically fight the dangerous germs. MRSA: Seek and You Will Find - Read more

Sepsis: On The Killer’s Trail

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On The Killer’s Trail [01/03/2009] Sepsis, better known as blood poisoning, kills almost as many people as heart attacks do each year. This is due to the fact that it is often diagnosed too late and, moreover, wrongly treated. New tests are to change that. Sepsis: On The Killer’s Trail - Read more

Diseases: Out of Sight, out of Mind

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[01/02/2009] Diseases from long ago are slowly disappearing from our minds. Wrongly, however, as only one deadly disease, smallpox, has been eradicated throughout the world. Diseases: Out of Sight, out of Mind - Read more

Bacteria: Bioactive Curtains Possibly not Able to Establish within Hygiene

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[01/12/2007] Infections with antibiotics-resistant germs in hospitals are dangerous. Germany meanwhile declared war on these bacteria by launching hygiene principles. Bioactive curtains come onto the market. They are to provide more hygiene by killing bacteria. Experts are rather skeptical.Bacteria: Bioactive Curtains Possibly not Able to Establish within Hygiene - Read more

GHE: Consolidated Financial Statement 2004 of aap Implantate AG

( Exhibitor name: German Healthcare Export Group e.V. )

[28/04/2005] Despite the financial and operative restructuring of the company, aap Implantate AG, a medical technology company and member of the German Healthcare Export Group, operating in the fields of implants...GHE: Consolidated Financial Statement 2004 of aap Implantate AG - Read more

World's first electronic antibiotic at MEDICA

( Exhibitor name: WalesTrade International Welsh Assembly Government )

[19/11/2004] The world's first electronic antibiotic, which treats bacterial, fungal and viral infections on skin and teeth - including the ‘superbug' MRSA - goes on...World's first electronic antibiotic at MEDICA - Read more

 
 

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