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How antibiotics work
 
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This clip describes how antibiotics work to kill bacteria, the difference between bacteriostatic and bactericidal antibiotics, and why antibiotics do not work on viruses. For more information visit our website here: http://goo.gl/KZiXJb - e-Bug is a free educational resource for students and teachers covering the topics of hygiene, microbes, infections, antibiotics and vaccinations. e-Bug has all types of resources for school and home use, including animations and videos. Visit http://www.e-Bug.eu to access more of our resources! e-Bug is funded and operated by Public Health England.
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MRSA Methicillin Resistant Saphylococcus Aureus - Everything You Need To Know - Dr. Nabil Ebraheim
 
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Educational video describing the condition of MRSA (Methicillin Resistant Saphylococcus Aureus) infection and treatment. MRSA is a contagious bacteria that mya cause infection. MRSA is difficult to treat because it is resistant to most commonly used antibiotics. The history of MRSA is related to the advent of penicillin. Penicillin was discovered in 1925, isolated in the 19030s and commonly used by the mid-1940s. by the late 1950s there was some resistance to penicillin, so a synthetic alternative was created in the form of methicillin in 1959. MRSA was first recognized in 1961. What makes MRSA resistant? When penicillin is able to bind to the binding protein of the cell wall, disruption of the cell walla and destruction of the bacteria is possible. However, if staph aureus acquires the mecA gene, then it can alter the penicillin binding protein, making the bacteria resistant to all penicillin. Where does MRSA occur? The infection can occur in different parts of the body. Approximately 1/3 of all people carry MRSA harmlessly in the nose, throat, or in the skin. The primary way of transmitting MRSA is through direct contact with another person, object that has it, or from sneeze droplets of an infected person. 30% of staph bacteria live in the nose. Symptoms of MRSA infection •Skin infection (most common) •Maybe mild infection of the skin such as a boil or sore •May also develop to become a significant infection such as necrotizing fasciitis •It can be life-threatening if the bacteria travel into the bloodstream. Possible severe symptoms •Fever •Fatigue •Pain •Swelling of the affected area •Drainage of a surgical wound Also may cause •Pneumonia •Urinary tract infection Health professionals call it the “superbug”, since MRSA is hard to treat. MRSA may also develop resistance to vancomycin, which is supposed to be the best treatment for the MRSA bacteria. It is a constant battle when dealing with MRSA and doctors are developing new antibiotics to deal with the changing resistance of the bacteria. MRSA typically occurs in people with weak immune systems. It occurs in hospitals, nursing homes, intensive care units, surgical wounds and implanted devices. Community-associated MRSA: MRSA is seen more in the younger population even in children and may show up otherwise healthy individuals who have not received any type of hospital care (didn’t get it from the hospital). Also may be seen in athletes and military personnel. Diagnosis MRSA is diagnosed by examining a swab or culture. Internal infections may need to have a blood culture done. How is MRSA treated? •The standard treatment for skin infections is oral antibiotics given for 7-10 days. •In addition to antibiotics, drainage of the infected abscess may be done with a needle or with a small incision. •Never drain the abscess or boil on your own as this may worsen the infection. •The best treatment is proper hand washing •Treatment of severe infections may need to be done in a hospital with IV antibiotics such as vancomycin. •Treatment for patients with nasal colonization but no infection is 2%mupirocin ointment applied to nares 2-3 times a day. Become a friend on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/drebraheim Follow me on twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/DrEbraheim_UTMC
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Marijuana killed my MRSA and should be legal my testimony
 
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I had a MRSA infection that would not go away over 6 months of medications antibiotics and yet it still came back over and over. One day I decided to smoke some weed had no idea what a miracle it would be towards killing the MRSA and freeing me from being sick. I am not making any claims of any cures this video is based on my own personal experience and my own conclusions based on my own experience and so should be taken as an opinion only. I wanted to provide my testimony so that others who are suffering may be able to find some relief from their suffering people let's quit keeping this life saving medicine out of the hands of those who wish to use it for medical reasons vote and end the suffering. I love you all please rate, comment and subscribe.
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Antibiotics Explained
 
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More SippyCup https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAacZGOSP_FMkWDNzQdSZxkHwDteXL5E8 Antibiotics Explained - SippyCup *Quinine is also known as fever tree it has other medical uses and is also native in South America * To get the full medical use from the bark it is peeled off then dried up and crushed into a powder *Paul Ehrlich also developed a synthetic drug called salvarsan to treat syphilis *MRSA is a type of bacteria that is highly antibiotic resistant *I.V antibiotics like vancomycin are the last resort to killing bacteria's that kill off penicillin
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Attacking MRSA with Metals in Clay
 
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An article in the May 2013 issue of the journal, PLoS One, scientists showed that certain metals such as copper, zinc, iron, nickel and cobalt have antibiotic effects on MRSA and toxic E coli bacteria when attached to certain forms of clay. This 5000 year old treatment is being resurected to deal with skin infections that are resistant to all microbes. Copper has particular ability to kill microbes and should be used in hospitals to combat infections and keep them from spreading. For more information about the use of copper in hospital surfaces check out this link: http://www.doctorsaputo.com/a/copper-kills-97-of-icu-bacteria. For more information please visit www.doctorsaputo.com
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MRSA Treatment
 
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What Antibiotics Are Used To Treat Skin Infections?
 
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MRSA skin infection miracle healing with ozone
 
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I Have MRSA | Feeling Overwhelmed 😵 (11/13/17)
 
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Promising New Antibiotic Has Been Found In The Human Nose
 
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Researchers at University of Tübingen in Germany have found that some people’s noses contain a bacterium called Staphylococcus lugdunensis which produces an antibiotic shown to fight off the increasingly hard-to-kill bug Staphylococcus aureus, also known as MRSA. Some human noses have been found to contain a microbe which can kill an infection-causing bug resistant to other antibiotics.  The discovery is documented in a new study from the University of Tübingen in Germany.  For the research, the team analyzed nasal samples from 37 participants and found that about 10 percent harbored the bacterium Staphylococcus lugdunensis.  This organism can produce lugdunin, an antibiotic shown to kill the potentially harmful and increasingly sturdy bug Staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA. The team’s findings add to the likelihood that the human body contains disease-fighting microbes which have traditionally been cultured from soil.  This relatively new source for antibiotics is especially welcome, as patients are becoming less responsive to the medicines that are currently available. While the study's researchers are seeking a patent on lugdunin, they acknowledge that developing a drug with it is still years away.
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IV-7 Ultimate Germ Defense: is this the end of MRSA?
 
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A treatment for bone infections
 
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A breakthrough device to for treating bone infections based on a long-term internal current flow. Now we need your help. For more information, go to Orthoion.com
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Cure for MRSA  - Bacteriophage - Not Approved by US FDA ??
 
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Bacteriophage therapy can help people who have chronic UTI infections (MRSA). Bacteriophage hijacks the cell machinery to make copies of itself. Patti Swearingen of Rowlett, Tx was Cured By Drinking Live Virus. 3 months ago, she traveled to a small clinic in Tbilisi, Russia, where doctors have been using bacteriophage therapy for more than 80 years. Bacteriophages are live good viruses that exist in nature. They're bacteria's natural enemies. "Basically the little phages go throughout your entire body, bacteriophages eating the bacteria., so if you had a reservoir somewhere that was holding the bacteria that kept reinfecting you, it's going to find that," She took video on her phone of the treatment process in Tbilisi where doctors gave her an IV cocktail of vitamins before having her drink the phages twice a day for two weeks. (Not Approved by FDA in the US yet) https://youtu.be/w8l9vmX0GzU Bacteriophage therapy: An interview with Dr. Robert Schooley. Phage literally means eat bacteria, let me say that again: Bacteriophages eat the Bacteria. https://youtu.be/i9L-RoQ1frc What Are Bacteriophages & How Do Bacteriophage / Phage Viruses Work? (With Animation) https://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/Rowlett-Woman-Cured-By-Drinking-Live-Virus-486207141.html https://www.nbcdfw.com/news/health/Woman-Hopes-100-Year-Old-Therapy-Cures-Her-Antibiotic-Resistant-Infection-477961463.html https://www.nbcdfw.com/news/health/Phages-Fighting-Deadly-Infections-484094621.html Man cured of MRSA associated with necrotizing pancreatitis while in Egypt. US Military men are coming back with this. FAIR USE NOTICE: This video may contain copyrighted (© ) material. Such material is made available to advance understanding of ecological, political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, moral, ethical, and social justice issues. This constitutes a "fair use" of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, this material is distributed for analysis, commentary, educational and intellectual purposes. In some cases comedy and parody have been recognized as "fair use". For more information please visit: http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/17/107
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What is MRSA Infection – Main Causes of Staph Infection and MRSA Symptoms of the Infectious Disease
 
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What is MRSA infection? Main causes of Staph infection and common MRSA symptoms of the infectious disease. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is a type of bacterium, which causes diseases in different areas on your body. It is strong to treat than the major harm of bacteria, staph, or Staphylococcus aureus. Because of it is protected to some usually used antibiotics. Know more Subscribe this Channel: https://goo.gl/DIO7oB Staphylococcus aureus is a general skin bacterium. Also, it is named staph, and it causes on the skin and in the soft tissue infections. The majority #MRSA diseases are not serious. But, some infections may be life-threatening by damaging your heart, brain, and lungs. Causes of MRSA Infection: Major causes of MRSA infections are scratches, a cut, and abrasion on the skin. It will be redness, swollen, and deeply painful. Also, injuries can bring a serious disease and hamper the defensive power in your body. Staph bacteria can cause heart and lungs diseases. Staphylococcus bacteria live in the nose and on the skin. It extends from person to person. The Staphylococcus bacterium is too strong to live on everywhere. Naturally, they live in towels, bed linen and pillowcases. If you take a user object, it can transfer to you soon. MRSA Symptoms: Though MRSA disease has little skin problems, it can be a serious infection. MRSA can cause many diseases in your lungs, heart, brain, muscles, and bones. The effect of these diseases depends on the area. Bacteremia is the major cause of low blood pressure and harmful to your body. MRSA causes lots of skin diseases such as boils, rashes, impetigo, and abscesses. They can be swollen, redness, intense pain and creates a pocket of pus. Staph bacteria cause the food poisoning and begin diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting. It causes lots of inflammation like fever, headache, sweats, chills, and joint pains. Risk Factors of MRSA Infection: MRSA infection occurs by a cuts, abrasions, and scratches on the skin. MRSA is widespread in child care centers, jails, and military training camps. The more risk the homosexual men are in the MRSA infections. Naturally, MRSA infection spread in the hospitals and nursing homes. It may attack the adult people and children. Skin damage such as eczema, minor trauma, or insect bites can be a great infection in your skin. MRSA Infection Prevention: • Every time wash your hands with hot water, soap, and hand wash. • Take your scrapes, scratch or cuts clear and covered by dry bandages. • Take your skin dry and clear by getting a bath or shower daily. • After washing your bedding and clothes by hot water, dry it with your hot dryer. • Remember don’t share bed linen, toothbrushes, razors, towels, and washcloths. • Carefully wash your foods long times. After then cook your foods properly. Note: If you have any question about the MRSA infection, please comment below on this video. Finally a request, Please don’t forget to Subscribe this channel and stay with us. Source: 1. http://www.homestylebd.com/ Watch More: 1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Svd4JdIQQn0&t=66s 2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zA611kHbXXg&t=84s 3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oo4t78cwxjk&t=24s Glorious Lifestyle is on Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/GloriousLifestyle17 https://twitter.com/Jahangiralam92 https://plus.google.com/101099613867404162811 https://www.reddit.com/user/rony92/ https://www.pinterest.com/jahangiralam92/
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Therapy in MRSA
 
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In this 1-hour CME program, Dr. Christian Sandrock of UC Davis, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, presents an update in the treatment of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. This program includes a brief history of the development of antibiotic resistance as well a review of the epidemiology of hospital-acquired and community associated infections. Series: "UC Grand Rounds" [3/2010] [Health and Medicine] [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 18153]
MRSA-H: Hospital Infections
 
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For the past 60 years, antibiotics have rescued countless lives from potentially deadly bacterial infections -- but the germs are learning to fight back. Infections that don't respond to traditional antibiotics are on the rise across the country. One of the most common of these mutant pathogens is known as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus or MRSA. Unlike common staph infections, MRSA cannot be treated with methicillin, amoxicillin or many related antibiotics. MRSA can strike anyone, although hospital patients are the most vulnerable. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that in intensive care units, 65 percent of all staph infections are now caused by MRSA. While researchers scramble to create new antibiotics, experts are stressing steps to prevent MRSA from spreading -- in both hospitals and communities nationwide.
Bacterial Infections (VRE, MRSA, C-DIFF)
 
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With my recent bout with strep-throat, I thought I would go over a few common infections normally brought home from the hospital, but not always. I hope you find this to be as informative as I did. I actually learned a few things myself! Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is an infection caused by a type of Staphylococcus, or staph, bacteria that’s resistant to many different antibiotics. These bacteria naturally live in the nose and on the skin and generally don’t cause any harm. However, when they begin to multiply uncontrollably, a MRSA infection can occur. These infections typically occur when there’s a cut or break in your skin. MRSA is very contagious and can be spread through direct contact with an infected person. It can also be contracted by coming into contact with an object or surface that an infected person has touched. Though a MRSA infection can be serious, it may be treated effectively with antibiotics. ALWAYS WASH YOUR HANDS! FIRST LINE OF DEFENCE! BLEACH! BLEACH! BLEACH! The reaction to today's date is real! I guess I have slept a few days away! I wish all of you a Very Merry Christmas! Don't forget to like, follow, SUBSCRIBE, and reply! YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEo4... Instagram https://www.instagram.com/girl_withou... Facebook https://www.facebook.com/girlwithoutg... Twitter https://twitter.com/GirlWithoutGuts Weebly http://girlwithoutguts.weebly.com/ Email: girlwithoutguts@gmail.com Editing Software: https://www.wondershare.com 1) Ostomy products are (to the very last one) Coloplast. 2) I have a Bard Power Port with a single lumen that I access and remove the needle myself on the day I need to change it. 3) I am an Ambassador for Vibedration, you can use my coupon code to get 10% off your order Girlwithoutguts74 New to girlwithoutguts? Start Here: My history with Crohn’s Disease and Gastroparesis https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hvPB... Crohn’s Disease and Gastroparesis Misconceptions https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9CWn... How I ended up with an ostomy, iv hydration therapy, and iv vitamins https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HlKNS... A peek into my life https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrWxx... Relationship with someone with a chronic illness https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uwz5... Electronic Stimulator Zapping me! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rD0g6...
Ultra-Violet Blood Treatment Fight Fungal, Parasites, Bacteria Infections
 
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Dr. Gordon Josephs passed away in 2015 but others do this ultraviolet blood irradiation (UBI). This new Ultra-Violet Blood machine helps to rid the body of viruses, bacteria, fungus and some parasites. It is easy and pain free....No-Needles.
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Dr. Pedersen explains how Silver Solution kills MRSA
 
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Dr. Gordon Pedersen explains the benefits of Silver Solution and how it affects MRSA. If you or someone you know has MRSA you don't want to miss this important video on how silver can help.
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What Antibiotic Is Used For Skin Abscess?
 
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Blue Light Treats MRSA Infections
 
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An article published in November of 2013 in the journal, Photomedicine and Laser Surgery, documented that using blue light therapy at both 405 and 470 nm was effective in vivo to treat skin infections in rats infected with MRSA. More than two billion people now carry some strain of staphlococcus aureus, and 53 million now carry MRSA (methicillin resistant staph aureus), and this accounts for about 20,000 deaths in the US every year. Overall, there are about 100,000 deaths annually in the US from antibiotic resistant microbes such as C. diff, klebsiella, E. coli, etc. MRSA accounts for 44% of all hospital associated infections in the US. Approximately 5% of people who go into the hospital without an infection come out of the hospital with a hospital acquired infection. There are now at least four alternative approaches to treat antibiotic resistant infections and they include: hyperbaric oxygen, photodynamic therapy, antibacterial clays, and blue light phototherapy. Each of these modalities are briefly reviewed.
Views: 2637 DoctorSaputo
follow up on finger infection video
 
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this is a patient follow up video showing the patient's improvement. Cultures of the wound showed mixed skin flora (no MRSA), pt remains afebrile, normal WBC, and has NOT been taken to surgery because of the dramatic improvement in findings. He will most likely go home with PICC line and IV antibiotics with close ortho follow up. Yes...there is still a chance of him needing amputation, but it is looking well for the patient at this time.
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How Changing Technique To Insert IV Cannula Reduce Spreading MRSA
 
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High bed occupancy rates, high levels of temporary nursing staff or low cleanliness scores no longer have significantly higher MRSA rates. Royal Hampshire Hospital, UK has claimed to have eliminated MRSA bloodstream infections by stopping the routine practice of administering intravenous cannula. Many doctors claim a high success rate for inserting cannulae, but may still require several attempts to get it right in certain cases. In emergencies optimal attention to aseptic technique is not always feasible and multiple punctures are more likely to result in introducing bacterial infection. 60% of doctors insert cannula in 1st attempt, and 90% at the end of 2 years. Poor aseptic technique, failure of antiseptics to kill pose danger of introducing antibiotic resistant bacteria into a vein by doctors and nurses result in bacteraemia and death. Biocides (disinfectants and antiseptics) are universally used in hospitals to decontaminate skin before introduce cannula through the skin are said to help spread bacteria. Although aseptic technique is critical to obtain reliable results, it is infrequently taught and audited. Skin cleaning is often incomplete, & many attendants still palpate with non-sterile gloves the veni-puncture site before needle insertion. 58% of healthcare workers are said to be colonized with MRSA. Hand washing has now been linked to dermatitis, increased bacterial count in hands and colonization of antibiotic resistance developing in the hands of healthcare workers. Study found that dry nurses' hands were twice as likely to be colonized by bacteria. Some bacteria with a genetic pre-disposition to resistance to antibiotic properties will survive. When these resistant bacteria divide, they pass their resistance on, creating entire colonies of antibiotic-resistant bacteria colonized in the healthcare workers hands. "Your life is in our hands",so as doctors we have invented an alternative to "Do No Harm"
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STAPH INFECTION ANTIBIOTICS!!
 
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Antibiotic treatment needed everyday for a staph infection!! I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
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MRSA Hospitalization Arm Movie - aka "Nice Arm"
 
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Jason Hamacher of Lost Origins Productions (http://lostorigins.com/), a dear friend and cultural preservationist, came to visit me in the hospital. His fancy new iPhone 4 has the capacity to film and edit on the spot. Here's his product.
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MRSA Wound Treatment
 
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Visit us at http://www.getsetheal.com to Start you Healing Today ! Get Permanent relief from your repeat MRSA Infections in 12 days or less. Beat mrsa skin infection without Antibiotics usage ! The following is Discussed in my Presentation- How to Cure Mrsa Skin Infection Natural Treatment Methods What is MRSA ? MRSA Skin Infection : Signs & Symptoms MRSA Causes Why MRSA Natural Treatment ? Natural Cures- 1.Manuka Honey 2.Turmeric 3.Garlic 4.Exposure to Blue light and Sunshine 5.Consuming Alkaline Foods 6.Drinking Water 7.Good Hygiene Safety Precautions for Recurring MRSA For completely eradicating every MRSA scar from your body visit us at getsetheal.com
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E Coli bacteria resistant to 'last chance' Colistin antibiotic discovered. mcr1
 
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As bacteria have become resistant to modern antibiotics, older antibiotics have been resorrted to as a last chance. Bacteria have now been discovered that are resistant to Colistin.
MRSA, Denial, Death sentence, sheena cloninger
 
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Sheena Cloningers medical denial
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MRSA - Why, How & What Happened ?
 
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Harmless bacteria that people carry on their skin, has now suddenly becomes a dangerous predator immune to antibiotics, chemical wash and antiseptic is threatening us all. Swine flu is here and is likely to get worse. We know secoundary bacterial infection associated with Swine flu kills. Based on reserch, we know children who died last year due to common flu infection were due to co-infection with MRSA. "Hospital organization, specialty mix and MRSA" published (www.dh.gov.uk/publications) their finding and makes it clear high bed occupancy rates, temporary staff or low cleanliness scores no longer have significantly higher MRSA rates. Inadequate hand hygiene by healthcare workers and in-effective antiseptics and dis-infectanta are contributing to spread. "Clean your hands campaign" may have loosened the previously observed link between measured environmental cleanliness and MRSA. Staphylococcus bacteria commonly carried on the skin around 30% of the general population. MRSA bacteria at any one time and spread through people having close contact with infected or colonised people. People carrying MRSA on their skin can inadvertently become infected through the spread of those bacteria into their body or introduced (during procedures) into the bloodstream resulting in "Bacteraemia" and death. MRSA enters a normally sterile blood stream through intravenous cannulae, catheter or a local site (cuts, puncture sites, wounds) of infection. MRSA is almost always spread through physical contact, rather than through air or water. To reduce the rate further, it would be sensible to stop using ported cannulae (banned in USA due to high infection rate) and reduce the number of attempts taken to introduce cannulae. Multiple puncture sites will allow the MRSA to colonize and enter blood circulation resulting in bacteraemia and death. Please watch this video, learn what and how bacteria enters your body and be prepared.... www.medifix.co.uk
Views: 68143 Dr Maya
Treating Infections Without Antibiotics
 
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Watch Now for FREE at: http://ddddddd.ontraport.com/t?orid=240534&opid=155 Since penicillin was first prescribed more than 73 years ago, it has saved millions of lives, but now, clearly the overuse of antibiotics has helped nature and breed superbugs that are extremely dangerous, and quite literally killing us. We are facing the end of modern medicine as we know it. Fortunately, the ancestral techniques for treating infections are still available and still effective. When antibiotics no longer work, knowledge of ancient healing traditions that have been relied upon by cultures around the world for Thousands of years before the rise of “modern medicine” will once again be priceless. Watch this video with the amazing herbalist, Doug Simons, as he teaches you these ancient skills in 10 lessons. The video will show you how to handle: - Infected cuts and wounds - Snake bites - Spider bites - Rashes - Eye infections - Staph infections - Burns - Sprains Empower you learn the skills that our grandparents and great grandparents knew and relied upon. Watch Now for FREE at: http://ddddddd.ontraport.com/t?orid=240534&opid=155
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MRSA Infection Myths and Truths
 
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An educational video on the super-bug MRSA. Separates myths from fact as well as includes prevention and treatment tips. More MRSA info and pictures: http://clikhere.co/yY9gsGJf
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IV Catheter Sepsis
 
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http://patiyer.com/products/analyzing-falls-pressure-sore-and-iv-therapy-cases/ IV catheter sepsis can lead to a devastating infection. It is often difficulty to establiss liability for IV-catheter related infections. The courts want the plaintiff to prove who caused the infection. It is often easier to establish liaiblity for incorrect treatment of an IV catheter related infection. This video provides tips for medical record analysis to evaluate liability for an IV catheter related infection.
MRSA Update: Scheduling Outpatient Surgery! (11/20/17)
 
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Michael Jackson is very sick! 2009
 
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The singer was recently pictured leaving a Beverly Hills, California clinic after a regular check-up - and revealed painfully-inflamed skin on his face and hands. The 50-year-old is said to have a severe infection which is resistant to conventional antibiotics and could leave him needing major surgery, reports Britains The Sun newspaper. A source tells the publication, Michael Jackson has a severe staph infection that he contracted during work to reconstruct his nose. The disease is an MRSA-style infection because it is resistant to conventional antibiotics, so he has been visiting a clinic to get antibiotics via an IV drip. The infection has spread throughout his face and body and is being aggressively treated by doctors. Theres a chance it could turn into a flesh-eating disorder where it begins to kill off his skin so hes being very carefully monitored.2009
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Mrsa Bacterium, Mrsa Positive, Mrsa Sores, Mrsa What Is It, Signs And Symptoms Of Mrsa, Mrsa Cdc
 
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http://cure-for-mrsa.plus101.com Mrsa Bacterium, Mrsa Positive, Mrsa Sores, Mrsa What Is It, Signs And Symptoms Of Mrsa, Mrsa Cdc. MRSA is a type of bacteria that's resistant to a number of widely used antibiotics. This means MRSA infections can be more difficult to treat than other bacterial infections. The full name of MRSA is methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. You may have heard it called a "superbug". Staphylococcus aureus (also known as staph) is a common type of bacteria. It's often carried on the skin and inside the nostrils and throat, and can cause mild infections of the skin, such as boils and impetigo. How do you get MRSA? MRSA bacteria are usually spread through skin-to-skin contact with someone who has an MRSA infection or has the bacteria living on their skin. The bacteria can also be spread through contact with contaminated objects such towels, sheets, clothes, dressings, surfaces, door handles and floors. People staying in hospital are most at risk of becoming infected with MRSA because: they're surrounded by a large number of people, which means the bacteria can spread more easily they often have an entry point for the bacteria to get into their body, such as a surgical wound or urinary catheter they may have serious or complex health problems, which makes them more vulnerable to infection It's also possible to become infected with MRSA outside of hospital, although this is much less common. Risk factors Some of the populations at risk: People who are frequently in crowded places, especially with shared equipment and skin-to-skin contact People with weak immune systems (HIV/AIDS, lupus, or cancer sufferers; transplant recipients, severe asthmatics, etc.) Diabetics Intravenous drug users Users of quinolone antibiotics The elderly School children sharing sports and other equipment College students living in dormitories Women with frequent urinary tract or kidney infections due to infections in the bladder People staying or working in a health care facility for an extended period of time People who spend time in coastal waters where MRSA is present, such as some beaches in Florida and the west coast of the United States People who spend time in confined spaces with other people, including occupants of homeless shelters and warming centers, prison inmates, military recruits in basic training, and individuals who spend considerable time in changing rooms or gyms Veterinarians, livestock handlers, and pet owners MRSA Secrets Revealed: Safe Effective Methods for Handling Staph and MRSA Your Doctor Isn't Telling You click here: http://cure-for-mrsa.plus101.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xEodxkYeZzY Blog: http://mrsa-cure.blogspot.com.co/ Subscribe to our channel Mrsa Bacterium, Mrsa Positive, Mrsa Sores, Mrsa What Is It, Signs And Symptoms Of Mrsa, Mrsa Cdc
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Science Talk: New Ways to Kill Tuberculosis
 
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March 21, 2010 Researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University have found two novel ways of killing the bacteria that cause tuberculosis, a disease responsible for an estimated two million deaths each year. The findings are published in the March 21 online issue of Nature Chemical Biology. See accompanying release: http://www.einstein.yu.edu/home/news.asp?id=474
Abscess tooth.
 
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Tuberculosis Like Infection in Lungs Succumbs to Oxidation Therapies
 
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Tb like lung infection dramatically responds clinically to oxidation therapies
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Prescription for Trouble Why Too Many Antibiotics Aren't Good for Kids
 
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Remedy for Trouble Why Too Many Antibiotics Aren't Good for Kids. Consistently for seven days I set my wake up timer for 2 a.m. so I can wake my 3-year-old little girl, Devon, for yet another dosage of her "disgusting" pharmaceutical. I sit on her, brace her arms down, squeeze her nose close, and gradually squirt a teaspoon of thick, greenish-yellow fluid into her mouth. We rehash this wrestling match at regular intervals. I feel like the most exceedingly terrible mom on the planet. Tragically, there's no better choice. Devon has a repeating urinary-tract disease (UTI) caused by microbes that are impervious to generally anti-microbials. It just reacts to one oral medication that is affirmed for kids a fluid with a taste, surface, and scent that cherry seasoning can't mask. I stress what will happen if the microbes inevitably end up impervious to that anti-toxin as well. Before Devon became ill, I realized that abusing anti-microbials could prompt the advancement of purported superbugs, yet I didn't generally consider those germs striking my family. Presently I know better. "Despite the fact that we discuss anti-microbial protection as a general medical problem, it's an individual youngster who gets a contamination," says Arjun Srinivasan, M.D., a medicinal disease transmission expert at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). A New Drug Problem: Truth be told, numerous regular youth sicknesses are winding up progressively difficult to treat. You've presumably found out about MRSA—methicillin-safe Staphylococcus aureus, conceivably destructive microscopic organisms that don't react to regularly utilized anti-toxins. Another investigation dissecting information from more than 300 doctor's facilities discovered that there's been a disturbing increment in ear, sinus, and throat diseases in kids that were caused by MRSA. Be that as it may, the issue isn't constrained to one superbug. Two-year-old Sloane Poth, of Charlotte, North Carolina, required surgery a year ago for a skin disease caused by another strain of medication safe microscopic organisms. On Monday, it looked like diaper rash. By Friday, she was in the clinic. "She's fine now, however it was extremely unnerving," says her dad, Michael. "The specialist said that he's currently observing a few genuine cases like hers consistently." Albeit most anti-infection safe contaminations aren't really perilous, pediatricians who can't utilize their first-decision anti-microbial may need to endorse a medication that is not affirmed for youngsters or basically isn't kid-accommodating. "On the off chance that pharmaceutical doesn't taste great, youngsters won't swallow it, and after that your exclusive alternative is to give them a shot," says Mika Hiramatsu, M.D., a pediatrician in Castro Valley, California. For MRSA, be that as it may, there are no outpatient shots that work, so a youngster who won't take oral anti-microbials should be hospitalized for IV anti-infection agents. "It's a tremendous trial for the sorts of contaminations that would have been simple for us to cure 20 years back," says Dr. Hiramatsu. Treating a safe disease is additionally expensive as far as both time and cash also nervousness and lost rest. Karyn Bilezerian's 16-month-old child, Karson, experienced an agonizing ear disease for almost a month until the point that his fourth anti-infection at long last did the trap. "Consistently, we were backpedaling to the specialist and the drug store," says Bilezerian, who lives in Wrentham, Massachusetts. "Karson had never required anti-infection agents, so I was stunned when the initial three didn't work. With the fourth one, we saw a distinction immediately—when it worked, it worked." The Path of Most Resistance: Each kid has settlements of accommodating and unsafe microscopic organisms living in his body. Inside those states, a couple of individual strains of microorganisms may have a characteristic capacity to oppose certain anti-toxins. So at whatever point your tyke takes an anti-microbial, the germs that are powerless to that medication pass on, leaving more space for the medication safe organisms to duplicate and wind up overwhelming. A similar thing can happen when your tyke doesn't complete his entire course of anti-toxins. In any case, the solid survive. All Photos Licensed Under CC Source : www.pexels.com www.pixabay.com www.commons.wikimedia.org
Bladder, UTI Infections & Colloidal SIlver
 
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Bladder, UTI Infections & Colloidal Silver. Prostate problems. Bladder infections. Clearing bladder inflections. How I used colloidal silver and a 3 way catheter to completely clear a persistent bladder & UTI infection. This easy and inexpensive method worked much better to clear the bladder & UTI infection than the best pharmaceutical drugs available.
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What Are The Symptoms Of Staph Infection After Surgery?
 
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Researchers create guidelines to reduce staph infections after surgery. Staph infection after surgery conditions not covered in other what to know about staph infections verywell. Staph infection after surgery staph surgeryjohns hopkins medicine health library. Signs of infection after surgery and treatments to help. Htm url? Q webcache. These are the other signs and symptoms for specific types of ssi a superficial incisional may produce pus from wound site after surgery i developed staph infection at incision on right had back pain that saw his colleague but he just referred safe answer is this don't ignore potential infection, if there any indications it might be serious such as redness, fever, chills, body aches, or drainage seek medical attention immediately 22 aug 2016 involves cut (incision) in skin can lead to. New staph infection symptoms, causes, pictures & treatment patient mrsa treatment, symptoms. Staph infection symptoms, risks & prevention an uncommon but serious complication my knee guide. Treat it well and see a doctor if symptoms of staph infection after surgery. Staphylococcus aureus, which is a bacteria commonly referred to as 'staph,' common organism that lives on view messages from patients providing insights into their medical experiences with staph infection length symptoms lasted. Staph infection (staphylococcus infection) causes, symptoms emedicinehealth staphylococcus page6_em. Johns hopkins medicine health library. Share in the message dialogue it is a specific 'staph' bacteria (a type of germ) that often resistant to (is not killed hospital, mrsa can cause wound infections after surgery, pneumonia he home now, but alot pain, on vicadan and an iv antibiotic contracted dangerous staph infection, 12 nov 2014 there are many forms such as skin infections, food who have recently had surgery infection infected person will blisters ooze crust over few days 30 may 2016 learn about including mrsa, knee replacement. Googleusercontent search. Any ssi may cause redness, delayed healing, fever, pain, tenderness, warmth, or swelling. 20 jul 2017 there are two main types of treatment for staph infections, surgical and antibiotic treatment. Staph infection after surgery staph surgery. Treatment is dependent on the timing and virulence of infection 13 jun 2013 researchers create guidelines to reduce staph infections after surgery those post mean pain, personal there are many ways that a can develop surgery, including some symptoms aninfection at surgical site red inflamed area although contamination usually occurs during may not become evident until year operation. More than half of the 23 mar 2011 this is why staph infection after surgery may occur if one not properly such eventually cause disseminated intravascular many infections are minor and do require treatment; Serious develops or in wounds that, most cases, look infected but. Surgical wound infection treatment medlineplus medical risk of staph after surgery linked to type proced
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New Antibiotic Works Against Drug Resistant Bacteria
 
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Solid promise in combating the rise of drug resistant bacteria, this may be ready in a few years. http://www.sott.net/article/291126-New-antibiotic-found-in-Maine-soil-proves-effective-against-drug-resistant-bacteria
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Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation Therapy #915
 
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http://www.therenegadehealthshow.com - Discover what Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation Therapy is and how it may be able to help you boost your immune system to rid your body of unwanted virus and bacteria.
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How U-Cannula Can Protect Doctors And Nurses From Getting Emerging Infections
 
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Ebola Infection killed more doctors and nurses in 2015. The reason is because they spend more time trying to perform basic procedures. average attempt to insert intravenous cannula is 3.5. We anticipate this problem will continue if the cannula manufacturers do not offer alternative technique. Patients and doctors are at risk World Health Organisation published list of 12 bacteria that cannot be killed by antibiotics or other chemicals known to human. This is now said to be the "21st Century Crisis" that threaten our very existence. The era of modern medicine claiming to perform transplants, IVF, cancer treatment and saving life will soon come to girdling halt and the dawn of post-antibiotic era begins. We anticipate life expectency to decline rapidly from 70 to 50 years by 2050. Journal of the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society, found that three out of five children admitted to hospitals already had "Superbugs" (antibiotic-resistant infection). One in ten children are said to be colonised with bacteria that we cannot cure causing longer hospitalisations and may mean a higher risk of death for children in the future. How can we prevent your kids or you suffer? What are the options available? Can we prevent kids visit or shut hospitals, stop surgical procedures? We have integrated innovation (Maya) to help inititialy identify infected individual and isolate them to protect patients, doctors and nurses and abort epidemics and pandemics in the future. Superbug Pandemic And How To Prevent Them http://www.the-american-interest.com/2017/01/12/superbug-pandemics-and-how-to-prevent-them/ Please watch this video, learn how to reduce the risk and help us to spread message and slow down the spread this "Army Of Bacteria Spread" wipe out a generation. OUR BOOK: Maya Bring Tears Of Happiness http://bookstore.authorhouse.com/Products/SKU-001078913/MAYA.aspx, a Please request your doctor to login http://www.7imed.com/maya and create their own Dr Maya Apps to help you reduce wasted consultations, visit, antibiotic abuse and cross infections to protect your family, friends and you.
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Superbug Cases Expected To Rise In Coming Months
 
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After two confirmed U.S. cases of a superbug that thwarts a last-resort antibiotic, infectious disease experts say they expect more cases in coming months. They say the bacterial gene behind the deaths is likely far more widespread than previously believed. Army scientists in May reported finding E. coli bacteria that harbor a gene which renders the antibiotic colistin useless. The gene, called mcr-1, was found in a urine sample of a Pennsylvania woman being treated for a urinary tract infection. On Monday, researchers confirmed preliminary findings that E. coli carrying the same mcr-1 gene were found in a stored bacterial sample of a New York patient who had been treated for an infection last year. in addition it was found in patient samples from nine other countries. The report came from a global effort called the SENTRY Antimicrobial Surveillance Program. It was led by Mariana Castanheira of JMI Laboratories based in North Liberty, Iowa. The bacteria can be transmitted by fecal contact and poor hygiene. According to leading infectious disease experts, this suggests a far wider likely presence than the documented cases so far. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/Reuters/domesticNews/~3/AHMrw6F2vWg/us-health-antibiotics-colistin-idUSKCN0ZR23T http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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The Search for New Antibiotics with Ankit Mahadevia, M.D.
 
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The threat of antibiotic resistance is growing—fast. In this video, Ankit Mahadevia explains that annual deaths from antibiotic resistance in the U.S. are equivalent to a jumbo jet-full of people crashing every week. Mahadevia, CEO of Spero Therapeutics, describes the helpless feeling of seeing patients with infections that don’t respond to any available antibiotics. He also underscores the importance of recent, incremental policy changes that support antibiotic innovation and emphasizes the need to do more. Learn more about Pew’s Antibiotic Resistance Project: http://www.pewtrusts.org/en/projects/antibiotic-resistance-project/about/antibiotic-innovation
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USF team designs MRSA-fighting compound
 
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A team of two chemists and two graduate students have patented a compound that they said has shown antibiotic action against MRSA. ◂ The ABC Action News app brings you the latest trusted news and information. ABC Action News is Taking Action For You with leading local news coverage, "Certified Most Accurate" weather forecasts, and award-winning I-Team investigations. ABC Action News, WFTS, covers local news in Tampa Bay and Florida. iPhone: http://bit.ly/http://bit.ly/iOS-wfts Android: http://bit.ly/abcaction-android
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Sepsis - Septic Shock || Ultimate Health and Home Remedies
 
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Sepsis is a very dangerous and threatening disease. It is an infection which spreads infection in whole body and it is very difficult for our body to fight against it. It is an infection which contaminate your body and make it weak. If any person is infected by septic infection then he will have low blood pressure and blood circulation of his body will not be proper. Many organs, tissues and cells are being damaged due to this problem. It will also effect your immune system. people who have weak immune system are much prone to this infection. The causes of weakness of there immune system may be any other infection or malnutrition. People who doesn’t have well developed immune system like small baby they are also much prone to this infection. They will show symptoms such as fever. They must be immediately taken under medical attention. Old age people are also prone to this infection because their immune system is also not much strong. At old age cells, tissues and immune system stop developing. CAUSE OF SEPSIS Sepsis is an infection which can spread in your whole bloodstream. Which makes it difficult for your immune system to fight against it. There are many causes of sepsis. If you will prevent these causes then you can make yourself safe from this infection. Some causes are being stated below:- Sepsis is an infection which is mainly caused by microbes. These microbes are not visible to us with naked eyes. These can be present in contaminated food or in you surroundings. Many invisible bacteria, viruses and fungi are also the causes of sepsis. These invisible foes are present in yoursurrounding. So you must be careful from them. If you have other infection in your body from long time then they can take this dangerous shape. So if any suchinfection persists in your body then get it cured immediately. Many infections such as in kidney, gall bladder and lungs if they are not cured in time then they can be the cause ofsepsis. Many infection which occur after surgery can also be one of the cause of sepsis. SYMPTOMS OF SEPSIS Every disease have their own symptoms. These symptoms give us the indication of  them. If any such stated below symptom persists in your body then rush to doctor for immediate treatment. Some symptoms are listed below:- Fever is the common symptom of many disease or infections. Sepsis also have this symptom. Although the bodytemperature may be normal or low. The person will feel cold. His body will shiver in normal temperature also. He may have problem with his heart beat. They may start beating fast. Individual will find difficulty in breathing too. Low blood pressure is also one of the symptom. Patient will have some mental problem like confusion, agitation in his mind. All these will make him unstable for anycondition. Kidney will be damaged due to this infection. So the person will have constipation problem. Kidney won’t be ableto work properly and efficiently. Some red rashes may be visible on his body. Body will become weak and person may have pain in his certain body parts. He may have pain in some joints such as wrists, elbows and many others. Person will have weak immune system and so he may be prone to other infections and disease. He will have many kidney, lungs and gall bladder problems. TREATMENT OF SEPSIS Proper medical treatment can make us fit and fine. But the medical attention must be taken assoon as possible. Treatments possible for sepsis are shown below:- According to your symptoms the doctor will take proper medications. Oxygen will be supplied to patient through oxygen tube. Doctor will prescribe some antibiotics which can cure sepsis infection. Antibiotics will kill many bacteria, viruses and fungi. If the patient is too serious then he will be admitted to hospital in ICU and will be treated by special qualified doctors. Medications related to kidney, lungs and bladder will implemented. For more videos Subscribe Us: https://goo.gl/Xj2GQZ Don't Forget to LIKE, SHARE & COMMENT Thank You So Much By : Ultimate Health and Home Remedies Check out new videos of Ultimate Health and Home Remedies Here : https://goo.gl/mGbSAB * *This content is strictly the opinion of Dr. Amit , and is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither Dr. Amit nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.
Antibiotic resistance - Lucy Shapiro (Stanford)
 
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https://www.ibiology.org/microbiology/dynamic-bacterial-chromosome/#part-2 History of antibiotics and antibiotic resistance.
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