‘selecting an effective antibiotic can be a challenge, because the organism that causes gonorrhea is very versatile and develops resistance to antibiotics very quickly, ‘said Professor Ison. ‘Penicillin was used for many years until it was no longer effective and a number of other agents have been used since then. Current current treatment of choice, ceftriaxone and cefixime are still very effective but there are signs that resistance particularly cefixime is emerging and soon these drugs ‘may not be a good choice, she said.
Be a challenge, reach STI ‘ Superbug ‘ status. Threatens the rise of multidrug resistance in gonorrhea bacteria this this sexually transmitted infection extremely difficult to Professor Catherine Ison, at the Society for General Microbiology Spring Conference in Edinburgh, raised the very real possibility that strains of Neisseria gonorrhoeae against all current treatment options could in the future arise..Democrats: Find you thorns and fit health reforms The Washington Post Now that President Obama has finally a health proposal on the table, the Democratic leadership only a rational only a rational How to: Submit the case, and fast, or a risk always be the loyal minority group (Eugene Robinson.
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