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Overview

Overview

Overview. Antibiotics are precious medicines Antibiotic resistance: a global and local problem The link between antibiotic use and resistance Addressing antibiotic resistance Antimicrobial stewardship (AMS) Antibiotic Awareness Week 2016

By adamdaniel
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Antibiotics

Antibiotics

Antibiotics. Ch 37. Definition. Medications to treat bacterial infections Ideally, culture of suspect area should be done BEFORE starting antibiotic. Classifications. Sulfonamides Penicillins Cephalosporins Tetracyclines Macrolides Aminoglycosides Quinolones . Uses.

By Anita
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Title of presentation

Title of presentation

Antibiotic Resistant Infections: Problems and Solutions George G. Zhanel Professor: Department of Medical Microbiology/Infectious Diseases Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba and Coordinator : Antibiotic Resistance Program, Departments of Clinical

By piperel
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The Science of Sewage AND Implications for Remediation

The Science of Sewage AND Implications for Remediation

The Science of Sewage AND Implications for Remediation. Gene Cole, DrPH. Sewage. Untreated residential and commercial wastewater , typically referred to as sewage, presents a significant risk to the public’s health through : Contamination of drinking & recreational waters

By finian
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Antibiotic Resistance

Antibiotic Resistance

Antibiotic Resistance. By: E. Salehifar Faculty of Pharmacy Department of Clinical Pharmacist. Antibiotic Usage. Transplants. Dialysis. Suppressed Immune Systems. Joint Replacements. Antibiotic Overuse. Overprescribing Continuous use in livestock feed. Humans = 30% antibiotic use.

By rangsey
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Assessment Residency Post-Assignment 1

Assessment Residency Post-Assignment 1

Assessment Residency Post-Assignment 1. The unit I chose to work on is antibiotic function/resistance. It is later on in the semester (mid- oct ) It is my first time teaching this microbiology class. (100-150 students)

By zariel
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HAI/AR Collaborating Partners Meeting August 24, 2018

HAI/AR Collaborating Partners Meeting August 24, 2018

HAI/AR Collaborating Partners Meeting August 24, 2018. Agenda. 1200-1210 Introductions and Opening Comments 1210-1220 Review of Minutes 1220-1245 Membership Updates 1245-1540 New Business: Next State HAI/AR Plan – PREVENTION Antibiotic Resistance & Stewardship Subcommittee

By jackie
(513 views)

Antibiotics: Overuse and Resistance

Antibiotics: Overuse and Resistance

Antibiotics: Overuse and Resistance. Chris Cavero. Background.

By roddy
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Pharmaceuticals and Endocrine Disrupters in Massachusetts Waters

Pharmaceuticals and Endocrine Disrupters in Massachusetts Waters

Pharmaceuticals and Endocrine Disrupters in Massachusetts Waters. 1 Dave Reckhow, Ph.D. & 2 Nicholas Anastas, Ph.D 1 Civil & Environmental Engineering University of Massachusetts 2 Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection. Partners: EarthTech & 13 Utilities. EDCs and PPCPs.

By nijole
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Discovery and development of antibiotics

Discovery and development of antibiotics

Discovery and development of antibiotics. Penicillin - the first antibiotic. Penicillin was the first antibiotic to be discovered. It was discovered in 1928 by Alexander Fleming, a Scottish scientist working in St Mary's Hospital London .

By dom
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KEY CONCEPT Understanding bacteria is necessary to prevent and treat disease.

KEY CONCEPT Understanding bacteria is necessary to prevent and treat disease.

KEY CONCEPT Understanding bacteria is necessary to prevent and treat disease. Some bacteria cause disease. Bacteria cause disease by invading tissues or making toxins. A toxin is a poison released by an organism. may colonize new tissues. Normally harmless bacteria can become destructive.

By zelig
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Introduction to e-Bug This presentation will give you an overview of e-Bug.

Introduction to e-Bug This presentation will give you an overview of e-Bug.

e-Bug Training Module for Educators 1. Introduction 2. Accessing e-Bug Resources 3. The National Curriculum 4. e-Bug Resources Key S tage 1 Key Stage 2 Key Stage 3 Y oung Adult International Students SEN Students 5. Learning Environments. Introduction to e-Bug

By dunne
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Antibiotics: handle with care!

Antibiotics: handle with care!

Antibiotics: handle with care!. R emember!. European Antibiotic Awareness Day. Website [National campaign website] Email [email address] Follow us on Twitter [twitter link] Like our Facebook page [ww.facebook.com/......}.

By vilhelm
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Evolution

Evolution

Evolution. Courtesty /www.lab-initio.com. Definitions. Evolution : the change in frequency of genes within a population. Population : is all the individuals of a species that live in an area . Variation : heritable differences that exist in a population .

By trang
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Anti-Fungal Compounds

Anti-Fungal Compounds

Anti-Fungal Compounds. Eukaryotic pathogens Similar cell structure and function Many fungi are opportunistic Fungal infections on the rise Most have detoxification systems. Fungal infections (mycoses) may be: Cutaneous Dermatophytic Subcutaneous Systemic.

By blondelle
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Emergent and re-emergent challenges in 		the theory of infectious diseases

Emergent and re-emergent challenges in the theory of infectious diseases

Emergent and re-emergent challenges in the theory of infectious diseases. South Africa June, 2007. www.noveltp.com. The theory of infectious diseases has a rich history. Sir Ronald Ross 1857-1932. But prediction is difficult.

By akio
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Multidrug resistant bacteria in critically ill patients

Multidrug resistant bacteria in critically ill patients

Multidrug resistant bacteria in critically ill patients. Rania M Ali Ass. Professor of Anesthesia, intensive care and pain management Faculty of medicine Ain Shams university. A 66-year-old man (BW, 100 kg; BMI, 35) was admitted to the ICU for septic shock following gastric perforation

By arleen
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Classification of Bacteria

Classification of Bacteria

Classification of Bacteria. Survey of Clinically Relevant Bacteria. Modern Prokaryotic Classification. Eubacteria Archeabacteria Cyanobacteria Thermophiles. We will not forget the Archaea. Have no cell nucleus or any other membrane organelles within their cells.

By adamdaniel
(303 views)

Antibiotics Fact or Fiction Quiz

Antibiotics Fact or Fiction Quiz

Antibiotics Fact or Fiction Quiz. The data provided in this presentation is taken from the 2014 Ipsos MORI survey on use, knowledge and attitudes about antibiotics. True or False?. Antibiotics can kill viruses. FALSE

By mills
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Discovery and development of antibiotics

Discovery and development of antibiotics

Discovery and development of antibiotics. Penicillin - the first antibiotic. Penicillin was the first antibiotic to be discovered. It was discovered in 1928 by Alexander Fleming, a Scottish scientist working in St Mary's Hospital London .

By thwaite
(153 views)

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