News & Perspective

Aug 17, 2018

Aug 17, 2018

ASP Scan (Weekly) for Aug 17, 2018

MRSA colonization
Mupirocin-resistant S aureus in Africa
MCR-3 in English pigs
ESBL E coli in Europe
Complicated UTI treatment trial

Aug 15, 2018

Aug 15, 2018

Stewardship / Resistance Scan for Aug 15, 2018

MCR-3 in English pigs
ESBL E coli in Europe

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

Mar 31, 2017

Mar 31, 2017

ASP Scan (Weekly) for Mar 31, 2017

Antibiotic tax credit
Antibiotic overprescribing
Drug-tainted manure affects soil
Fighting MRSA biofilms
C diff in surgical patients
Diagnostic test competition
MDR-TB in African migrants
Stewardship in Aruba

Mar 27, 2017

Mar 27, 2017

Stewardship / Resistance Scan for Mar 27, 2017

Diagnostic test competition
MDR-TB in African migrants
Stewardship in Aruba

Dec 23, 2016

Dec 23, 2016

ASP Scan (Weekly) for Dec 23, 2016

Hospital penalties for resistant bugs
Bacterial vs viral infections
Antibiotics in food animals
Fungal disease tests
MDR-TB in migrants
Bacteriophage study

Aug 18, 2016

Aug 18, 2016

News Scan for Aug 18, 2016

Saudi MERS case
Burden of bloodstream infections
UN Haiti cholera shift
Contact lens infections

Aug 21, 2014

Aug 21, 2014

News Scan for Aug 21, 2014

Controlling MRSA
Marburg virus drug trial
Vaccine-linked polio in Texas
A new animal model for MERS

Jan 08, 2016

Jan 08, 2016
Young calf

New MCR-1 reports warn of untreatable infection threat

The new, worrisome MCR-1 resistance gene has been detected in 6 more nations.

Jun 09, 2011

Jun 09, 2011

Sprouts data complicate outbreak investigation

(CIDRAP News) – An epidemiologic report from German investigators yesterday said the initial case-control study found that just 28% of patients reported they had eaten sprouts, the lead suspect in Europe's Escherichia coli outbreak, pointing up a factor can be difficult to interpret in foodborne illness situations.

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