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We are pleased to present this interview with Nicola Rose, Head, Virology Division, the National Institute for Biological Standards and Control (NIBSC), an Expert Centre of the UK’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). Read it today: hubs.la/H0Zq_L70
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In the study, the authors analysed one such case in an adolescent male and discussed how, by the implementation of national health policies, the spread of these infectious diseases could be prevented. Learn more: hubs.la/H0Zr5-J0
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Welcome to the latest issue of EMJ Microbiology & Infectious Diseases! Included is an impressive collection of the latest research in this speciality, alongside our review of the 31st annual #ECCMID Highlights. Read it today: hubs.la/H0Zr1Lk0
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Mucormycosis is an invasive fungal infection caused by opportunistic fungi of the subphylum Mucormycotina. Cutaneous mucormycosis is the third most common clinical form of the disease preceded by pulmonary and rhinocerebral mucormycosis. Read more:hubs.la/H0Z26jh0 #bio
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We compare the UK and US medical systems, explore alternatives to outdated processes within the #NHS, and Dr Bond-Smith details his work around surgical sites of infection (SSI) reduction strategies. Listen here: hubs.la/H0Z4NW20 #healthpodcast #healthcaresystem
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Visit our website to discover all our abstracts, articles and more! Have a browse of our microbiology content today. hubs.la/H0Z4dZF0 #Infectiousdiseases #microbiology #medicaleducation
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Antibiotic resistance is a major cause for concern in modern medicine. A team of scientists have investigated how to improve the effectiveness of antibiotics in bacterial infection and have published their latest approach. Learn more here: hubs.la/H0Z2Gvf0 #antibiotics
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Could nasal microbiota reveal who Is at risk of severe COVID-19? Find out here: hubs.la/H0YK9CY0 #nasalmicrobiota #covid19 #microbiota
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Could artificial intelligence shortcuts misdiagnose COVID-19? Find out in this report. hubs.la/H0YDL2W0 #COVID19 #AI #medicalinnovations #artificialintelligence
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In this episode, Jonathan urges his colleagues to use their voice and take on more responsibility in encouraging COVID-19 vaccine uptake and prevention, one patient at a time. Listen here: hubs.la/H0YCBPP0 #healthpodcast #doctors #pandemic #vaccine
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In the review ‘Indoor Microbiome and The Rising Asthma Prevalence,’ Sun and Fu systematically summarise the current literature, standard practice, and analysis pipeline in the field of indoor #microbiome and #asthma. bit.ly/3crR282 #Microbiology #Asthma #Microbiome
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The table shows the clinical specimens collected from patients with candida colonisation. Learn more in this study: bit.ly/2YeT33x #candidacolonisation
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Want to learn about the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on trauma and orthopaedic service in the Republic of Ireland? Then read on here: bit.ly/36msvSx #COVID19 #Pandemic #Trauma #Orthopaedic
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Read this new study to learn about sex-related discrepancies of N95 mask fit. Simply follow the link: bit.ly/3EqKMMZ #coronavirus #N95mask #surgicalmask #pandemic
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We sit down with Meryvn Singer, Professor of Intensive Care Medicine, UCL, to discuss the role of intensive care in the pandemic and beyond, and reveal why innovation has peaked during COVID-19. bit.ly/3u0w4pW #intensivecare #coronavirusdisease #medicalinnovation
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