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Antibiotic Resistance

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Antibiotic Resistance
Publications: 9,952| Citation Count: 111,800
Stemming Variations: antibiotic resistant, antibiotics resistance, antibiotic resistances, antibiotic resist, antibiotics Resistant
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    • Antibiotic resistance is a public health issue of global dimensions with a significant impact on morbidity, mortality and healthcare-associated costs. The problem has recently been worsened by the steady increase in multiresistant strains and by the restriction of antibiotic discovery and development programs. Recent advances in the field of bacterial genomics will further current knowledge on antibiotic resistance and help to tackle the problem...

    Gian Maria Rossoliniet al. Coping with antibiotic resistance: contributions from genomics

    • Antibiotic resistance is the biggest challenge to the medical profession in the treatment of infectious diseases. Resistance has been documented not only against antibiotics of natural and semi-synthetic origin, but also against purely synthetic compounds (such as the fluoroquinolones) or those which do not even enter the cells (such as vancomycin). The wide range of occurrence of antibiotic resistance suggests that, in principle, any organism could develop resistance to any antibiotic...

    R. Jayaraman. Antibiotic resistance: an overview of mechanisms and a paradigm shift

    • Antibiotic resistance is a continually increasing problem that has, to a greater or lesser extent, affected virtually every area of the world. The scientific literature is abundant with papers related to antibiotics and antibiotic resistance. Many excellent papers and reviews have been published during the past few years, and the literature base continues to expand at rapid speed. This review is meant to provide a recent update on antibiotic resistance among respiratory and enteric pathogens, with a focus on infections in children...

    Angela B. Brueggemann. Antibiotic Resistance Mechanisms Among Pediatric Respiratory and Enter...

    • Antibiotic resistance is a major clinical and public health issue causing difficulties in treating infectious diseases and increased risk for complications that lead to fatal outcome. The epidemiology of resistance is a function of the innate characteristics of the bacteria, transmission rates and the consumption of antibiotics...

    Nabil Mikati. Simulating the spread of resistance to antibiotics

    • Antibiotic resistance is a major public health threat that requires an organized, comprehensive approach to overcome. Many studies have shown that integrating education programs for clinicians, medical office staff, patients, and targeted audiences such as day care providers make the biggest difference in community-wide antibiotic use...

    Elizabeth Steineret al. Promoting Appropriate Antibiotic Use: Teaching Doctors, Teaching Patie...

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