Tag Archive: drug resistant bacteria

Dec 10 2015

Evaluation of the activity of colloidal silver concentrate against Pseudomonas aeruginosa

The high rate of hospital acquired infections caused by pathogenic Pseudomonas aeruginosa as an opportunistic infection is currently a serious global health problem. The problem is not only with the diseases caused by this organism but with the rate at which this organism develops resistance to some vital antimicrobial agents. This increase in resistance of …

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Dec 10 2015

Bactericidal effect of silver nano-particles against multi-drug resistant bacteria

Drug-resistant bacteria are emerging pathogens whose resistance profiles present a major challenge for containing their spread and their impact on human health. Currently, over 70% of bacterial nosocomial infections in the United States are resistant to one or more of the antibiotics traditionally used to eliminate them. People who become infected with drug-resistant micro-organisms usually …

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