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By Heart Care Foundation of india
Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole May Increase Risk for Hyperkalemia in the Elderly

By Calabasas Dental Institute
CALABASAS, Calif. — If you suffer from a heart condition and need to have a dental procedure done, a new report suggests that you may not need to take antibiotics beforehand.

By The Cornucopia Institute
On December 11, 2013 the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) released a guidance document that asks animal-drug makers to voluntarily discontinue marketing antibiotics to farmers for faster livestock growth, limiting their use strictly to therapeutic...

By KHAQUAAN
Cefixime is a third generation cephalosporin which is available in various forms. It is given in the form of tablets, capsules and injections. It is a broad spectrum antibiotic that is it is active against wide range of bacteria. It kills bacteria

By American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM)
Emergency care providers have been selected as the focus of Get Smart Week 2013. As the specialty society of emergency medicine, AAEM is proud to collaborate with the CDC and offer resources for emergency care providers.

By STOP Foodborne Illness
The National public health organization STOP Foodborne Illness is looking for stories of those who have been impacted by an antibiotic-resistant foodborne illness.

By SMI Group
SMi’s 15th annual Superbugs and Superdrugs event held on 4th & 5th March in London will focus on combating multidrug resistance, R&D regulations and implementing public and private partnerships.

By Visiongain
A new report by visiongain predicts that Pfizer will retain its position as the global leader in the antibacterial drugs market in 2012. In that year, its seven leading antibiotics will achieve $3.23bn in revenue.

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By Heart Care Foundation of india
Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole May Increase Risk for Hyperkalemia in the Elderly

By Abasto Media
Perdue, one of the largest chicken producers in the country, said it has stopped using antibiotics in their farms as part of a five-year effort, in collaboration with consumer groups and health, to curb the unnecessary use of antibiotics in meat...

By Calabasas Dental Institute
CALABASAS, Calif. — If you suffer from a heart condition and need to have a dental procedure done, a new report suggests that you may not need to take antibiotics beforehand.

By Grand View Research, Inc
GrandViewResearch.com has announced the addition of "Global Animal Feed Additives Market Analysis And Segment Forecasts To 2020" Market Research report to their Database.

By Calabasas Dental Institute
CALABASAS, Calif. — The Calabasas Dental Institute would like to inform the public of the rise of Clostridium difficile, or C. diff, infections nationwide resulting from the use of certain oral antibiotics, especially clindamycin.

By The Cornucopia Institute
On December 11, 2013 the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) released a guidance document that asks animal-drug makers to voluntarily discontinue marketing antibiotics to farmers for faster livestock growth, limiting their use strictly to therapeutic...

By KHAQUAAN
Cefixime is a third generation cephalosporin which is available in various forms. It is given in the form of tablets, capsules and injections. It is a broad spectrum antibiotic that is it is active against wide range of bacteria. It kills bacteria

By American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM)
Emergency care providers have been selected as the focus of Get Smart Week 2013. As the specialty society of emergency medicine, AAEM is proud to collaborate with the CDC and offer resources for emergency care providers.

By HEART CARE FOUNDATION OF INDIA
Giving people antibiotics before they are admitted to an ICU leads to a drop in patient deaths, as per a Dutch study, said Padma Shri & Dr. B.C. Roy National Awardee Dr. KK Aggarwal

By RnRMarketResearch.com
RnR Market Research adds new report on “PharmaFocus Market Access Strategies for Antibiotics Targeting Multidrug-Resistant Gram-Negative Bacteria” in its database.

By The Anderson Media Group
With The Future Of Antibiotics Unknown, ImmiFlex Could Go A Long Way To Restoring Your Health

By STOP Foodborne Illness
The National public health organization STOP Foodborne Illness is looking for stories of those who have been impacted by an antibiotic-resistant foodborne illness.

By SMI Group
SMi’s 15th annual Superbugs and Superdrugs event held on 4th & 5th March in London will focus on combating multidrug resistance, R&D regulations and implementing public and private partnerships.

By Visiongain
A new report by visiongain predicts that Pfizer will retain its position as the global leader in the antibacterial drugs market in 2012. In that year, its seven leading antibiotics will achieve $3.23bn in revenue.

By Netscribes
Netscribes (India) Pvt. Ltd., launches a report on the Anti-Infective Pharmaceuticals Market in India 2012 as part of Netscribes’ Healthcare Industry report series.

By Media Consulta International Ltd
Faster and cheaper screening tests for contaminants in honey are set to be on the market this year thanks to CONffIDENCE, a research project that has received €5.8 million in EU-funding.

By EMSL Analytical, Inc.
EMSL Analytical, Inc. offers custom antibiotic testing services for farmers and ranchers

By Bioquell, Inc.
Superbugs are becoming more resistant to the current portfolio of antibiotics. Minimizing the risk of pathogen transfer from healthcare surroundings to the patient needs to be a key focus to help prevent unwanted infections.

By Jeffrey Klein
A precocious Papillon in almost constant respiratory distress, even after 3 trips to Vet, injections of antibiotics and steroids, plus a course of oral prescription, finally got relief after his owner gets ENVIROTECH air purifier for her apartment.

By Desert Chronicle
World Health Day marks the founding of the WHO on April 7, 1948 and is an occasion to raise awareness of key global health issues. The theme for this year is “Anti Microbial Resistance (AMR) – No Action Today No Cure Tomorrow”.

By Shridhar University
Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity says WHO (World Health Organization) established on 7 April 1948.

By www.cri-report.com
Survey shows that in China, the proportion of children aged 0-4 who suffer from respiratory diseases and digestive system diseases in the age group suffering from them accounts for about 80% and 10% respectively, totaling up to 90%.

By Fast Market Research
New Pharmaceuticals research report from GlobalData is now available from Fast Market Research

By J. Postmes, CEO
Honey based products for wound care proved to be highly effective against strains of antibiotic bacteriae including ESBL

By Byron J. Richards, CCN
Americans have entered into a new type of competition with the Chinese – who will produce the next bacterial superbug plague first? This is no laughing matter.

By AIMM - Advisors in Medico Marketing & Management
Indian Drug Manufacturer’s Association, IDMA conferred the “Quality Excellence Award 2009” to VHB Medisciences Limited. The function was held at at Crystal Room, Taj Mahal Hotel on Saturday, January 16, 2010.

By Coldfire Inc.
Dr. Michele Brown, OBGYN and founder of Beauté de Maman, has released her article and opinion regarding a recent study surrounding the safety of certain antibiotics.

By Chaitanya Shah
CSC Pharmaceuticals, Mumbai is delighted to announce the launch of its totally redesigned website www.cscmediworld.com that will be of tremendous value to our customers.

By Energetix Corporation
More Bacteria May Boost Immunity – Energetix Unveils Flora 12+, a Unique Multi-Strain Probiotic for Compromised Immune Systems

By Xlear, Inc.
New “superbug” causes ear infections in children and is resistant to multiple antibiotics

By Urmila Doraswami
Report Buyer, the online destination for business intelligence for major industry sectors, has added a new report which forecasts that there is likely to be a $40.1 billion growth in the pharmaceutical market in 11 countries in Western Europe.

By Pharmacy OneSource, Inc.
Sentri7 by Pharmacy OneSource helps pharmacists comprehensively monitor antibiotic usage and efficiently manage their clinical workload.



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