Tag Archives: resistance

Tests for biochemical detection of carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae

Multidrug resistance (MDR) to antibiotic in bacteria is becoming now a major issue worldwide. Its development worldwide may comprise the efficacy of the modern medicine such as transplantation, heavy surgery or hospitalization in intensive care units. Therefore,

Use of antibiotics in animals and people – resistance transfer

There is a great debate going on in the European Union and the United States, regarding the effects of the use of antibiotics in animals and the potential transfer of resistance to man, primarily via the consumption

The growing number of resistance traits may limit the number of efficient antibiotics

Antibiotics are one of the major medical innovations of the 20th century. However, due to the escalation of multi- and even pandrug resistance in human clinical isolates, mainly in bacteria such as community-acquired Enterobacteriaceae and nosocomial Gram-negative