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Oct 05, 2018

Oct 05, 2018

ASP Scan (Weekly) for Oct 05, 2018

MRSA de-colonization of therapy dogs
Multiple Candida auris introductions
Early stewardship interventions
Bacteriophage clinical trial
Improper antibiotic prescribing in China
Point-of-care flu tests and antibiotics
New tetracycline approved
Combo antibiotic for CRE
Telemedicine and antibiotic prescribing
FDA approves new antibiotic
Linezolid resistance in food animals
Water consumption and UTIs

Nov 10, 2017

Nov 10, 2017

ASP Scan (Weekly) for Nov 10, 2017

Antibiotics and subsequent sepsis
MCR surveillance in California
Community-related C diff
Antibiotic sparing for UTIs
More-resistant MDR-TB
MDR-TB in Minnesota
Strep burden, resistance threat

Apr 04, 2012

Apr 04, 2012

IOM: FDA should work for better product-safety systems abroad

(CIDRAP News) – With the United States importing a vast river of foods and medicines from abroad, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and other organizations need to increase their efforts to improve product safety monitoring in developing countries, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) said in a report released today.

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