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Jun 24, 2020

Jun 24, 2020
oxygen port

COVID-19 demands intensify efforts to ease oxygen shortages

COVID-19 cases are rising by 1 million a week, exceeding oxygen supplies in a market in which most concentrators are produced by a few companies.

May 24, 2019

May 24, 2019

ASP Scan (Weekly) for May 24, 2019

WHA and antimicrobial resistance
Urgent sepsis antibiotics
Resistant Pseudomonas from Mexico
Antibiotic prescribing nudge
Unnecessary testing, treatment for kids' pneumonia
Fewer antibiotics for implant infections
Artificial intelligence for AMR

Mar 08, 2019

Mar 08, 2019

ASP Scan (Weekly) for Mar 08, 2019

Home therapy for kids' cellulitis
Antibiotics and UTI relapse
Outpatient surgery overprescribing
Resistance prevalence and sepsis
Resistant gonorrhea strain
Empiric antibiotics and UTI
Surgery-linked resistant Pseudomonas
Preventing healthcare-related infection
Resistance and sustainable development
New CARB-X funding
ESBL prediction models

Jan 11, 2019

Jan 11, 2019

ASP Scan (Weekly) for Jan 11, 2019

US XDR typhoid cases
ICU Klebsiella stewardship
Antimicrobials in European chickens
MCR-1 in Wyoming
CDC alert over Mexico infections
Highly resistant gonorrhea in the UK
Penicillin allergy testing
Antibiotics and joint replacement
MDR Shigella in Australia
Resistant-infection alert in RI

Jul 31, 2015

Jul 31, 2015

News Scan for Jul 31, 2015

Cyclospora goes nationwide
Avian flu in Nigeria, UK
Flu in live-animal markets
CSL-Novartis deal

May 12, 2015

May 12, 2015

News Scan for May 12, 2015

Pertussis prevention
Public health R & D
Avian influenza outbreaks

Feb 05, 2013

Feb 05, 2013

NIH launches trio of trials seeking better flu treatments

(CIDRAP News) – Three large, multi-center studies now in the enrollment stage will assess whether such approaches as a combination of antiviral drugs or the use of borrowed antibodies can improve on existing treatments for influenza, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced today.

Jan 27, 2012

Jan 27, 2012

Flu season shows signs of life in US, EU

(CIDRAP News) – Flu activity in the United States and Europe showed more signs of picking up last week, with labs in both parts of the world finding higher percentages of positives in tests of respiratory samples, according to new surveillance reports today.

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