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  • The effect of antibiotics on the composition of the intestinal microbiota. [Review]
    J Infect 2019Zimmermann P, Curtis N
  • CONCLUSIONS: Antibiotics have profound and sometimes persisting effects on the intestinal microbiota, characterised by diminished abundance of beneficial commensals and increased abundance of potentially detrimental organisms. Understanding these effects will help tailor antibiotic treatment to minimise this 'collateral damage'.
  • Azithromycin non-susceptible Shigella circulating in Israel, 2014-2016. [Journal Article]
    PLoS One 2019; 14(10):e0221458Ezernitchi AV, Sirotkin E, … Rokney A
  • Shigella species remains a major diarrhoeagenic agent, affecting mostly children, with global high incidence and high mortality rate specially in developing areas. Although azithromycin is recommended for treatment of shigellosis, there are currently no CLSI susceptibility breakpoints, accordingly no routine antimicrobial susceptibility test is performed in the clinical laboratory. The purpose of…
  • Unexpected drug residuals in human milk in Ankara, capital of Turkey. [Journal Article]
    BMC Pregnancy Childbirth 2019; 19(1):348Ergen AM, Yalçın SS
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our study suggests that there are unpredictable drug residues in the milk of many mothers. Anti-inflammatory drug exposure might affect maternal weight change during the postpartum period. Further studies are required to evaluate the impact of drug residues on maternal and infant health.
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