Dressings are long-established in the medical field for keeping wounds clean and preventing secondary infections. Here, Tim Sandle discusses technological advances with dressings for wound treatment and detection, including the incorporation of antimicrobials
This opinion piece looks at the impact a precision (or personalized) medicine approach could have in sepsis, including early and accurate microbiologic diagnosis, determining the host immune response signature and assessing individual response to treatment.
Discover the latest information on 2019-nCoV including the current knowledge on its transmissibility, origin and clinical features.
New research indicates that harnessing RNA sensors could allow human cells to be more attuned to killing tuberculosis, presenting an effective means for controlling the spread of the disease.
An old solution, discovered a decade before penicillin, is experiencing a resurgence in interest – bacteriophages. We take a look at the pitfalls, and their potential.
In this article, we explore the crucial role of shared decision-making in HIV treatment and hear from David Hardy (Johns…
Bacteriophage have been touted as the solution for antibiotic resistant microbes, why are they not being used in mainstream medicine?
In this opinion piece we take a look at the interaction of bacteria, phages and the human immune system. asking how these three components each play a role in phage therapy?