antibiotic-resistant

an·ti·bi·ot·ic-re·sis·tant

(an'tē-bī-ot'ik rē-zis'tant),
Indicating microorganisms that continue to multiply although exposed to antibiotic agents.

an·ti·bi·ot·ic-re·sis·tant

(an'tē-bī-ot'ik rē-zis'tant)
Denotes those pathogens that do not respond to antibiotic pharmacotherapy.
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A new report from Public Health England shows more people suffered a "significant antibiotic-resistant infection" - both in hospitals and the community - between 2010 and 2014.
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Continuing research on Salmonella may enable scientists to identify and track strains of antibiotic-resistant bacteria as they evolve and spread.
In a study slated for publication next month, he and Texas Tech University colleague Greg Mayer may have made their biggest discovery yet: DNA from antibiotic-resistant bacteria in cattle feedlots is airborne.
Seventeen types of antibiotic-resistant bacteria have been identified.
Not only is it effective in preventing pneumococcal infections, it has reduced those illnesses caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria by nearly two-thirds in the four years since it was approved.
Pharmac deputy medical director Dilky Rasiah said the listing of the new drug was timely due to the growing concern surrounding antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
More than 70 environments were found to harbor antibiotic-resistant genes--"from Antarctic lakes to forest soil in Puerto Rico to the guts of mice," as the Washington Post put it.
Washington, Feb 14 ( ANI ): Chemists at the North Carolina State University have created a compound that makes existing antibiotics 16 times more effective against recently discovered antibiotic-resistant "superbugs.
Research has shown that this can select for antibiotic-resistant commensal and pathogenic bacteria on poultry farms and in poultry-derived products.
Although there has been extensive research on fresh produce, there is a limited amount of data comparing antibiotic-resistant bacteria found on organic and conventionally grown vegetables.

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