Thursday, February 11, 2010

Global Antibiotic Resistance Scenario-By Dr. A.J. Tamhankar

Scientists have found a way to track minutely-differing strains of the 'superbug' MRSA [methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus] as they spread between people and across the globe.
Researchers have shown how transmission of MRSA from one person to another can be precisely tracked in a hospital setting. They have developed a remarkable new method that can 'zoom' from large-scale inter-continental transmission events to the much finer detail of person-to-person infection of MRSA within a single hospital.
Strong New Evidence has come up showing Links of Retail Meat To Urinary Tract Infections

Read The ``TRUE LIFE STORY``of a family infected with MRSA