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The shortage is leading to delays in the testing of deer samples submitted by hunters.
The UK mammal H5N1 findings include foxes and otters, part of ongoing detections in mammal species alongside outbreaks in poultry and wild birds.
The estimated vaccine effectiveness of one subcutaneous dose of the Jynneos mpox vaccine among men in Israel is 86%.
The agency is probing a multistate outbreak of carbapenem-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa linked to eye drops, one case of vision loss, and one death.
COVID-19 cases have declined 78% worldwide over the past 28 days, but deaths rose 65% over the same period, the WHO says.
Risk factors include receiving intubation, a central venous line, or a drain, plus receipt of antifungal drugs within 7 days of admission.
Despite PCR's higher sensitivity, frequent testing with rapid antigen tests can top their performance, a study of pro soccer players finds.
A meta-analysis finds that the risk of an antibiotic-resistant infection in patients colonized with drug-resistant bacteria is around 14%.
Health officials confirm 5 new cases, including 2 fatal ones, for a total of 8 infections so far this year.
The NSABB endorses findings from two of its working groups, one on oversight of potential pandemic pathogens and the other on dual-use research of concern.
Boosters lower the risk of death among adults more than 90% and increase protection against severe disease in children aged 5 to 11 years by 77%, new data reveal.
A 5-year study of US hospital data illustrates trends in E coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae isolates carrying beta-lactamase antibiotic resistance genes.
Residents not up to date on recommended COVID-19 vaccines were at a 30% to 50% higher risk for infection.
The deer was a 2-year-old doe harvested by a hunter in the northwestern part of the county.
Commercial turkey farms in Iowa and Virginia were hit, affecting almost 40,000 birds.
The WHO and its partner organizations say the group will help guide countries in their efforts to monitor antimicrobial use and resistance.
The study shows people with dementia faced continued challenges in care even after the acute phase of the pandemic.
The state will launch a pilot program to test wastewater for flu, hepatitis A, norovirus, and antimicrobial-resistance genes.
The tool tests human and animal healthcare professionals on their knowledge and awareness of antibiotic resistance.
In North America, flu levels are now at or below levels typically seen at this time of the year.