The American Heart Association released interim guidance on resuscitation care in patients with known or suspected COVID-19.
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Length of stay for ABSSSI hospital admissions were significantly improved after implementing dalbavancin therapy with the ENHANCE ABSSSI trial.
Although there has been progress in the development of new antibacterial drugs, most of the recently approved agents have been modifications of existing chemical classes of antibiotics.
PCV13 in adults age <65 years with diabetes could reduce a substantial number of pneumonia hospitalizations.
Researchers found there are no associations between vaccinations and multiple sclerosis relapse flares.
The FDA has granted accelerated approval for benznidazole as the first US treatment of Chagas disease in children ages 2 to 12 years.
The FDA issued an Emergency Use Authorization for the Center for Infection and Immunity-ArboViroPlex rRT-PCR Test for Zika virus detection.
Sanofi Pasteur announced the total depletion of their stock of yellow fever vaccine YF-VAX.
Researchers found certain risk factors associated with early return visits to the emergency department in patients with UTIs.
Clinician communication in recommending influenza vaccination in children impacts parental vaccine decision-making.
The Turkish Society of Rheumatology proposed a guideline of hepatitis screening in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
Glutamine supplements can suppress the reactivation of herpes in mice and guinea pigs, researchers developed a blood test to identify high risk influenza patients, and supplements from gut bacteria may slow down the aging process.
A rare genetic mutation may increase your susceptibility to the human rhinovirus, 2 infants contracted Legionnaire’s disease after being delivered at home via water birth, and individuals with low levels of vitamin A are at a higher risk of contracting tuberculosis.
CDC reports on a Salmonella outbreak in 47 states due to contact with live poultry and the WHO releases new recommendations to reduce “last resort” antibiotic use.
A combination of 3 antibiotics were able to eradicate Acinetobacter baumannii and Klebsiella pneumonia, Ebola virus binds directly to white blood cells to hamper the body’s natural defenses, and the risk of intussusception increases with rotavirus vaccination in infants.
Deforestation is linked to increase in malaria transmissions; Zika virus, dengue, and chikungunya can be transmitted in the same mosquito bite; and, researchers find surgical site infections increase in the summer.
Scientists discover an enzyme that could destroy HIV, transmission of mosquito-borne diseases occur at a lower temperature than previously thought, and new oral medications have successfully treated patients with hepatitis C virus.
A prospective multicenter study examined the optimal dose of seasonal trivalent influenza vaccines.
Anti-vaccination group in Minnesota blamed for the largest measles outbreak in over 2 decades; the first clinical trial underway to investigate the safety of a 3-month vaginal ring in preventing both HIV and unintended pregnancy.
Zika virus remains in cerebrospinal fluid of infected rhesus monkeys weeks after it cleared from their blood, researchers develop a wound dressing made from the shells of crustaceans, and drug-resistant bacteria can be identified using a mass spectrometer.
Scientists are using fungi to create new antibiotics, malaria has the potential to resurface in the continental United States, and defense peptides in frog mucus may help to destroy human influenza strains.
Patients with a history of tuberculosis are at risk for developing osteoporosis or osteoporotic fractures.
Maternal vaccination of tetanus-diphtheria-acellular pertussis (Tdap) was found to be more effective in the second rather than the third trimester of pregnancy.
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases began phase 2/2b of a multisite clinical trial of an investigational vaccine against the Zika virus.
Current CDC/WHO guidelines may not protect water treatment workers from Ebola virus exposure, a purified protein may be used to enhance vaccine effectiveness, and scientists at The Scripps Research Institute have found a way to make cells resistant to HIV.
A common antibiotic may help treat or prevent PTSD, a dual vaccine for yellow fever and rabies is in the works, and researchers find that an individual infected with dengue and West Nile viruses may have an enhanced disease if infected with the Zika virus.
Find out about the multiple challenges to the immunization supply chains, and how keeping tabs on sewage can help to catch polio outbreaks early.
Researchers find a way to stop Staphylococcus aureus biofilms from accumulating on implanted medical devices, a smartphone-based diagnostic device has been developed to detect Zika, chikungunya, and dengue, and an implantable drug delivery system is being developed for HIV prevention.
The CDC monitors a Candida auris outbreak in the US, a company in Texas recalls meat due to possible E coli contamination, and a human antibody bound to the Zika virus may help in the development of antiviral medications.
Researchers found that the influenza vaccine, when given to pregnant women, does not affect weeks’ gestation of the infant at birth or the infant’s birth weight.
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