Mairo’s vital role in defeating severe malaria as a children’s health nurse
Mairo is the matron of an emergency paediatric unit at a hospital in Nigeria. She is part of a team caring for seriously ill children experiencing severe malaria. Caregivers anxiously wait by bedsides, hoping treatments will work and their loved ones make a full recovery. Severe malaria is a medical emergency resulting from delayed treatment … Continued
Enterobacterias Gram negativas Proteobacteria, bacteria such as salmonella, escherichia coli, yersinia pestis, klebsiella. 3D illustration
Improving patients’ medical course and reducing AMR with NGS and digital pathogen detection
Digital pathogen detection and NGS technology can quickly and accurately pinpoint the cause of infection, so patients can quickly receive more targeted and effective therapies. “Microbiological diagnostics in medicine are complex and diverse,” explains Dr med. Klaus Rensing, MBA, VP Medical Affairs at Noscendo, a provider of software-based pathogen identification technology. “Meaning, pathogens that cause … Continued
AMR in LMICs: moving evidence into action
AMR poses a universal challenge across all sectors of One Health. Urgent action is vital to translate evidence into interventions, especially in low and middle-income countries where the burden is most severe. Patients in low and middle-income countries (LMICs) frequently encounter barriers to essential services, including long wait times, inadequate facilities and shortages of medical … Continued