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honey-based hydrogel: in vitro and comparative in vivo evaluation for burn wound healing.honey was used to treat wounds since ancient times till nowadays. the present study aimed at preparing a honey-based hydrogel and assay its antimicrobial properties and wound healing activity; in-vitro and in-vivo. topical honey hydrogel formulations were prepared using three honey concentrations with gelling agents; chitosan and carbopol 934. the prepared formulae were evaluated for ph, spreadability, swelling index, in-vitro release and antimicrobial activity. the ph and spreadability were in ...201728851905
isolation and identification of nonoral pathogenic bacteria in the oral cavity of patients with removable dentures.dentures in the oral cavity may act as a reservoir of microorganisms, which may be related to systemic infections. the aim of this study was to investigate the nonoral pathogenic bacteria in the oral cavity of patients with removable dentures in shiraz, southern iran.201728852636
in vitro antimicrobial activity screening of xylaria hypoxylon.fungi have a potential of using both as nutritive and medicinal food stuff. because of containing several therapeutic agents, they are reported to be used for hundreds of years to treat several diseases caused by bacteria, fungi, viruses and parasites. the aim of this study is to determine the in vitro antimicrobial activity of xylaria hypoxylon, which were collected from yomra, trabzon, turkey.201628852719
low prevalence of carbapenem-resistant enterobacteriaceae among wounded military personnel.multidrug-resistant organisms (mdros) are a global health problem that affect both civilian and military populations. among wounded warriors, mdros further complicate the care of trauma-related infections, resulting in extended duration of hospitalization, as well as increased morbidity and mortality. during the wars in iraq and afghanistan, extended spectrum β-lactamase-producing enterobacteriaceae were frequently isolated from wounded warriors. the potential emergence of difficult-to-treat car ...201728853114
genomic epidemiology of ndm-1-encoding plasmids in latin american clinical isolates reveals insights into the evolution of multidrug resistance.bacteria that produce the broad-spectrum carbapenem antibiotic new delhi metallo-β-lactamase (ndm) place a burden on health care systems worldwide, due to the limited treatment options for infections caused by them and the rapid global spread of this antibiotic resistance mechanism. although it is believed that the associated resistance gene blandm-1 originated in acinetobacter spp., the role of enterobacteriaceae in its dissemination remains unclear. in this study, we used whole genome sequenci ...201728854628
impact of a mixed educational and semi-restrictive antimicrobial stewardship project in a large teaching hospital in northern italy.the overuse of antimicrobials favors the dissemination of antimicrobial resistance, as well as invasive fungal diseases and clostridium difficile infections (cdi). in this study, we assessed the impact of a mixed educational and semi-restrictive antimicrobial stewardship (ams) project in a large teaching hospital in italy.201728856589
risk factors of mortality in bloodstream infections caused by klebsiella pneumonia: a single-center retrospective study in china.the prevalence of klebsiella pneumonia bloodstream infections (kp-bsis) is increasing worldwide. few study reports focus on the kp-bsis published in mainland china over the previous years. this study aimed to describe the risk factors of mortality from kp-bsis.a retrospective study was conducted in a teaching hospital in shanghai, china, for a period of 4 years. risk factors related to the patient mortality were analyzed using the binary logistic regression model.of 104 patients with kp-bsis, th ...201728858116
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