News & Perspective

Jul 26, 2019

Jul 26, 2019

ASP Scan (Weekly) for Jul 26, 2019

NYC stewardship initiative
BARDA funds for new antibiotic
Cost of hospital C diff
MCR-1, MCR-3 E coli combo
New resistant Pseudomonas cases
Candida auris and climate change
India bans colistin in food animals
Stewardship at the end of life
Strep test and overprescribing

Oct 07, 2015

Oct 07, 2015

News Scan for Oct 07, 2015

More cucumber salmonellosis
H3N2 and flu vaccines
Meningococcal group B

Dec 16, 2011

Dec 16, 2011

Flu watchdogs report few hot spots

(CIDRAP News) – Flu activity remained low in the Northern Hemisphere last week, with only a few countries, such as Costa Rica and Cameroon, reporting spikes in the number of cases, the World Health Organization (WHO) said today.

Costa Rica is the only tropical country in the Americas to report increasing numbers of cases, which are primarily influenza A/H3N2, the WHO said.

Jul 02, 2009

Jul 02, 2009

Studies: Novel H1N1 affects deep lung tissue, transmits fairly well

(CIDRAP News) – The novel H1N1 (swine) influenza now circling the globe causes more serious lung disease than seasonal flu strains and sheds from the lung and throat tissue where it reproduces at higher rates, according to two animal studies published today—findings that could explain autopsies and case reports of severe pneumonia as well as the virus's rapid spread.

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