drug-resistant

drug-resistant

1. Unaffected by chemotherapy.
2. Unable to be killed or eradicated with antibiotics, said of certain bacteria. Synonym: pharmacoresistant; drug-fast
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com/research/crnqlx/antibiotic) has announced the addition of the "Antibiotic Renaissance: Technology and Market Advances in the War against Drug-resistant Bacteria" report to their offering.
A new test can quickly diagnose drug-resistant urinary tract infections, potentially reducing delays in treating thousands of UTIs per year.
Around a fifth of infections during the first few days in hospital were caused by multi drug-resistant strains.
ISLAMABAD -- The two forms are multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) and extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis (XDR-TB).
Andreas Widmer, MD, lead author of the study, said that the spread of multi-drug resistant bacteria has been associated with the hospital setting, but these findings suggest that transmission of drug-resistant E.
The agency on Wednesday also noted a rise in drug-resistant strains, which require more toxic and expensive drugs.
Each year in the United States, more than 2 million people contract drug-resistant infections and 23,000 die, primarily in a hospital setting.
The average cost of treating a patient with TB in Cyprus is just over 10,000 euros but this rises with the more drug-resistant strains to nearly 60,000 euros and even as much as 170,000 euros, according to new EU research.
Vitamin C has been found to kill drug-resistant forms of tuberculosis, meaning existing drugs can be redesigned to combat the disease.
A multi-country study has found alarming levels of extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis around the globe.
A dozen cases in India hardly constitute an apocalyptic pandemic out of some science fiction novel, but reports of totally drug-resistant tuberculosis (TDR-TB) have raised the eyebrows of civic leaders and health underwriters around the world.
According to Hans Kluge, a special representative on drug-resistant tuberculosis in the WHO'S European region, "This problem is a man-made phenomenon resulting from inadequate treatment or poor airborne infection control.