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

Feb 12, 2019

Feb 12, 2019

News Scan for Feb 12, 2019

More Saudi MERS cases
Yellow fever in Brazil
Lassa fever in Guinea and Nigeria
Zika in Mexico
Gain-of-function H5N1 studies to resume

Nov 17, 2017

Nov 17, 2017

ASP Scan (Weekly) for Nov 17, 2017

Primary care stewardship
No-touch superbug disinfection
Surgical antimicrobial prescribing
Ceftriaxone-resistant gonorrhea
E coli ST131
Single-room ICU design
ECDC CRE guidance
European research funding
Optimal MDR-TB treatment
Real-time resistance tracker
Salmonella in calves
Drug-resistant malaria controversy
US AMR progress
Antimicrobial use in Northern Ireland
Resistance in space

Sep 15, 2017

Sep 15, 2017

ASP Scan (Weekly) for Sep 15, 2017

Promising novel assay
Transmissible Enterobacteriaceae
Additional FMT benefits
Antibiotic use and VRE infections
European AMR initiative
Antibiotic-resistant brucellosis
Drug-resistant gonorrhea Rx
ESBL bacteria in street kids
Funding for new C diff drug
Antimicrobial resistance in Africa
Antibiotics for asthmatic children
Drug resistance in the ICU

Dec 14, 2016

Dec 14, 2016

Stewardship / Resistance Scan for Dec 14, 2016

Carbapenem-resistant A baumannii
Fewer hospital-acquired infections
Proton-pump inhibitors and ESBL-E

Nov 18, 2016

Nov 18, 2016

News Scan for Nov 18, 2016

Saudi MERS cases
Ebola convalescent blood
US bioterror threat
Dutch H1N1v case
Malaria vaccine in Africa

May 04, 2006

May 04, 2006

US awards $1 billion for cell-based flu vaccines

(CIDRAP News) – In an effort to modernize vaccine production while preparing for an influenza pandemic, the US government today awarded five contracts totaling more than $1 billion to develop cell-based technologies for making flu vaccines.

Aug 25, 2005

Aug 25, 2005

Europe sees little risk of avian flu from wild birds

(CIDRAP News) – European veterinary experts who met in Brussels today concluded there is little immediate risk that wild birds will spread avian influenza from Russia into Europe.

Jun 27, 2005

Jun 27, 2005

Momentum builds for cell-culture flu vaccines

(CIDRAP News) – You've got to gather a lot of eggs to supply the world with influenza vaccine, but that might change before long.

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