News & Perspective

May 03, 2019

May 03, 2019

ASP Scan (Weekly) for May 03, 2019

Carbapenem reduction strategy
Quinolone ear drop risks
MDR Shigella in Vermont
US Candida auris uptick
Pause for antibiotic candidate
Fewer antibiotics for neonatal sepsis
Surgical prophylaxis risks
Rapid test for optimal antibiotics
CARB-X funding rounds
CRE infection outcomes
Reduced antibiotic for bacteriuria

Feb 26, 2018

Feb 26, 2018

Vaccine Scan for Feb 26, 2018

FDA's next flu vaccine steps
Cholera vaccine approved
Yellow fever vaccine reminder

Dec 06, 2016

Dec 06, 2016

News Scan for Dec 06, 2016

More Saudi MERS cases
Candida in Colombia
US mosquito increase
Dengue reduction in India

Oct 06, 2015

Oct 06, 2015

News Scan for Oct 06, 2015

Some global flu upticks
Duodenoscope safety steps
CDC hospital infection centers
Nobel Prize for medicine

Apr 08, 2015

Apr 08, 2015

News Scan for Apr 08, 2015

Climate change and diseases
Global flu ebbing
H7N9 deaths in China
More H5N1 cases in Egypt

Jul 30, 2013

Jul 30, 2013

News Scan for Jul 30, 2013

Colombia ousts river blindness
Vaccine-derived polio in India
Danish Salmonella trends

Apr 20, 2016

Apr 20, 2016
Zika Americas map

Maps predict areas favorable for Zika spread

Study says 2.2 billion people live in areas suitable for Zika spread, and over the next year more than 5 million babies will be born in vulnerable parts of the Americas.

Feb 03, 2012

Feb 03, 2012

Flu continues late-season Northern Hemisphere push

(CIDRAP News) – Flu activity in many Northern Hemisphere countries continued its late-season rise last week, with areas such as the United States, Canada, and Europe reporting steady increases.

Though flu activity overall is low, notable increases are occurring in North America, western Europe, and northern China, the World Health Organization (WHO) said today.

Dec 06, 2011

Dec 06, 2011

Mapping studies show scope of P vivax malaria burden

(CIDRAP News) – Though global rates of the most deadly form of malaria are declining in Africa, the parasite's less deadly but more difficult-to-treat cousin, Plasmodium vivax, has a firm foothold in many parts of South Asia and Latin America, according to new mapping studies.

Jun 17, 2011

Jun 17, 2011

WHO: South Africa battling flu; few other global hot spots

(CIDRAP News) – With the Southern Hemisphere entering its flu season, the only country to see a dramatic activity spike so far is South Africa, where the 2009 H1N1 virus is dominating and has been linked to an increase in severe infections, the World Health Organization (WHO) said today.

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