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FIRE-EARTH Conference: Antibiotic Resistant ‘Nightmare Bacteria’

Posted by feww on April 9, 2018

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FIRE-EARTH Medical Conference (040902)

Nightmare Scenario: Antibiotic Resistant Genes Spreading Resistance to other Germs

[Genetic Legacy of Interbreeding with Neanderthals]

Background summary:

  • Germs with unusual antibiotic resistance are widespread.
  • At least 2 million Americans become infected with germs resistant to antibiotics each year and more than 23,000 die from these infections, CDC has revealed.
  • Researchers have uncovered 221 instances of especially rare resistance gene in the so-called “nightmare bacteria” —carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE).
  • CRE can kill if it gets into the bloodstream, urinary tract or lungs.
  • “The report shows that in nine months in all states and Puerto Rico health departments in the AR Lab Network tested 5,776 samples of highly resistant germs.”
  • One in four germ samples sent for testing had special genes that allow them to spread their resistance to other germs.
  • About one in 10 screening tests, from patients without symptoms, identified an AR germ that spreads easily. “This means the germ could have spread undetected in that health care facility.”
  • Resistance genes with the capacity to turn regular germs into nightmare bacteria have been introduced into 27 different states.
  • Nightmare bacteria studies suggest fatality rate of up to 50 percent.

[Prepared by an affiliated team of medical experts.]

Report 040902 available via FIRE-EARTH PULSARS.

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