Gonococcal antimicrobial resistance
S SoodIndian Journal of Medical Microbiology 2015 33(3):341-342
ConclusionSynergistic and additive effects between these two-drug combinations offer an attractive chemotherapeutic regimen against drug-resistant clinical MTB isolates.
ConclusionThere was heterogeneity regarding ESBL-E colonisation rates in different continents. The pooled prevalence rate was higher in Africa compared with other areas. Given that the highest rate was observed in Africa, implementing screening efforts for ESBL-E colonisation during pregnancy may be justified.
Conditions: Decubiti; Chronic Wounds; Acute Wounds Intervention: Drug: Octenisept and Serasept Sponsor: RWTH Aachen University Not yet recruiting
The objective of this study was to estimate the prevalence and changes in resistance to 13 antimicrobials in swine bacterial pathogens (Streptococcus suis, Pasteurella multocida, Actinobacillus suis and Haemophilus parasuis) in the U.S.A using data collected at University of Minnesota Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory between 2006 and 2016. For antimicrobials for which breakpoints were available, prevalence of resistance remained below 10% except for tetracycline in S. suis and P. multocida isolates, and these prevalence estimates remained consistently low over the years despite statistical significance (p 10% annually fo...
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In conclusion, interventions targeting AMU will reduce AMR abundance, though differently depending on the targeted AM-class and provided the reduction of one AM-class usage is not replaced with usage of another AM-class. Predicting several classes of AMR gene abundance simultaneously will support stakeholders when deciding on interventions targeting AMU in the finisher production to avoid adverse and unforeseen effects on the AMR abundance. This study provides a sound predictive modelling framework for further development, including the dynamics of AMU on AMR in finishers at national level.
ConclusionEducational interventions, institutional guidelines, and antimicrobial stewardship programs need to be developed to enhance future appropriate antimicrobial use in hospitals in Pakistan. Policies by healthcare and Government officials are also needed to minimize inappropriate antibiotic use.
ConclusionsWe report a high prevalence of MRSA among swine farm workers, with higher colonization rates associated with intensive breeding and animal exposure. Our findings suggest unidirectional animal-to-human transmission of LA-MRSA and denote the high zoonotic transmissibility of the ST398 livestock clade.