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We appear published in the FIAMC International Federation of Associations of Catholic Doctors

Our filters have been published in the FIAMC, as a model to sanitize the water in countries where it is not possible to use its massive purification. Doctors use the new membrane filtration systems to obtain microbiologically pure water as final users. With filters, all types of pathogens are retained, offering sterile filtration, protecting all […]

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The WHO publishes the list of bacteria that don’t have antibiotic more dangerous for the human being

The World Health Organization (WHO) is continuing its efforts to combat antimicrobial resistance, one of the greatest threats to global health today. OMS is publishing for the first time a list of priority pathogens for which new antibiotics are urgently needed. These have been divided into three categories according to the urgency with which the

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EU warns of health risk for ‘alarming’ superbacteria

Superbacteria found in people, animals and food in the European Union pose an alarming threat to public health and food, as they have evolved to become resistant to the most commonly used antibiotics, as medical professionals warn. There are known to be 25,000 deaths each year in the EU because of these superbugs. Considerable efforts

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A multidrug-resistant pseudomonas aeruginosa outbreak appears in the burn unit transmitted by water.

Transmission between patients occurs through the hands of health care personnel and through contact with contaminated surfaces. Material: from the detection of PAMR infection with antibiotic sensitive only to colistin and amikacin, a microbiological screening of all colonized and / or infected patients admitted to the unit was carried out. A multidisciplinary study group was

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New case appearance super-resistant super-bacteria gains importance

The latest report of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) case of a patient who dies given a superbacteria, which enhances the significant increase of these pathogens to survive to actual treatments, even those considered more efficient. In conclusion the scientists emphasize the need to perform a greater supervision and control of these bacterias. More information:

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Alexander Fleming Antibiotic revolution is nowadays not so effective

Fotografía: Ariadna Creus i Àngel García There are many articles describing a reality, and that is none other that there are many deaths caused by nosocomial infections several that are not being referred as to. These are, no doubt, very underestimated worldwide. The reason are the obvious problems caused by documenting own failures such us

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Water contamination for water births

The number of natural births, or births in the water has increased both in Europe and in the United States because of several factors which benefit women, since these deliveries help relieve pain which leads to avoid using anesthesia and accelerates the work of labor. Another factor is the growing number of hospitals and birthing

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Infection control by point-of-use water filtration in an intensive care unit – a Hungarian case study

In this Thesis the theme is about whether Hospital tap water it is a potential source of pathogenic bacteria associated with nosocomial infections or not, it is very important in order to improve Hospital conditions. The use of point-of-use filters is used to study the quality of water in an intensive care unit in an Hungarian Hospital, a

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