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    Petri Dishes Lab Report

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    The ten Petri dishes that will exclusively not contain an antibiotic in bacteria culture serve as the control. There will be ten trials for the control and each level of IV. The experiment began by cleaning the work area and sterilizing it with 70% ethanol. Then trypticase soy agar (TSA) was poured into into six groups of 60 Petri dishes. Sixty different agar dishes were labeled based on the antibiotic used. Then the dishes were left to dry and solidify at room temperature for hour to rid of…

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    is in the food is transferred into their body. The more genetically modified food a person eats the more antibiotic resistance there body contains. The resistance to antibiotics causes many complications. The person that has this resistance would not be able to use simple medicine to fight off a cold. This also affects people that need medication on a daily basis. The resistance to antibiotics causes doctors to prescribe a high dosage of medications for people. Doctors do this because the…

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    Antibiotics are a phenomenal class of drugs that saved many lives, since the arrival of Penicillin in the 1940s. However, the misuse and over exposure of antibiotics created antibiotic resistant pathogens, causing a substantial threat to humanity in the form of severe infections. Antibiotic resistance is a global problem that can impose a catastrophic threat to people in every country. Each year in the unites states, at least 2 million people become infected with antibiotic resistant bacteria…

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    The increase in antibiotic resistant bacteria is a substantial issue in the medical world today and is one of the greatest threats to the survival of the human species. Many bacterial infections that were once treatable with antibiotics are becoming increasingly untreatable, due to the bacteria being overexposed to antibiotics and consequently developing resistances to them. The use of antibiotics agriculturally in livestock and with veterinarians with pets are also factors in the increase…

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    Through the recordings, researchers found that there were high rates of antibiotic uses in surgical wards, in pregnant women, and intensive care units. Many times the wrong antibiotics were being used, or for an inappropriate period of time. Antibiotic resistant E. coli were found in hospital waste water. They were also found in the feces of asymptomatic pregnant women and asymptomatic children. In addition, the…

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    Anti Doctor Research Paper

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    Since the discovery of antibiotics, physicians have treated us for any situation that might arise. We the public put all of our faith into our doctors. Blindly trust our healers we do not ask enough questions. Now we have found ourselves in the era of the “superbugs,” antibiotic resistance infections. I believe a doctor knows what is best for me because they are a credible source that underwent heaps of schooling to be able to diagnose and treat patients. Do doctors practice medicine properly?…

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    Biology Antibiotics Assignment Introduction Bacteria are microscopic prokaryotic cells, they are very common and are found in every habitat on earth (Introducing Microbes, n.d.). There are many harmless bacteria however bacteria are the cause of many diseases including salmonella, pneumonia and meningitis (Cynthia Haines,2013). To combat these diseases caused by bacteria in 1928 Alexander Discovered the first antibiotic, it was used to treat soldiers in ww2 with infections which could…

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    Antibiotics are a medicine that inhibits the growth of or destroys microorganisms that cause infections and diseases. Since the drug 's inception in 1929 we have seen a dramatic reduction in deaths caused by infection and many other bacterial based diseases. Antibiotics have increased the longetivity of people 's lives around the world; it 's now a rarity to hear of people dying of bacterial infections in modern world. Recently we have seen certain types of bacteria develop resistance to…

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    Antimicrobial resistance is gaining momentum in health care as a major cause of concern for the implications it bears on treating patients infected with microbial pathogens. Abbreviated as AMR, Antimicrobial resistance, occurs when bacteria that cause illness can no longer be treated with antibiotics (or other prescription drugs) that previously were able to inhibit the growth of or kill off the microbial infection (Frey, 2003, pg 70). For a health care provider this means treating what was once…

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    Synthesis Of ESKAPE Essay

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    ESKAPE pathogens are six organisms that bring a huge threat to human, because they are drug-resistance. Scientists have not found antibiotics that are effective since the pathogens are multi-drug resistance. Multi-drug resistance is top three on global public health that are mostly caused by nosocomial infections (hospital-acquired infection caused by bacteria, fungal and viral, parasites and other pathogens). The six pathogens are Enterococcus faecium, Staphylococcus aureus, Klebsiella…

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