Edited by Sarah Tschudin-Sutter
We are proud to announce the publication of Impact of the environment on healthcare-associated infections . This is a collection of original works and reviews focusing on the role of the environment in promoting healthcare-associated infections and specific interventions targeting the hospital environment.
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Health Policy and the Management of Antimicrobial Resistance in LMICs is now open for submissions.
This is a cross-journal series to highlight the challenges and developments within antimicrobial drug policies in low and middle income countries. Both reviews and original research articles are welcome.
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Early-life gut microbiome modulation reduces the abundance of antibiotic-resistant bacteria
Antibiotic-resistant (AR) bacteria are a global threat, and can be acquired early on in life. Here, Casaburi et al. show how the infant gut microbiome can be modified, resulting in a significant reduction of AR genes (ARGs) and the potentially pathogenic bacteria that harbor them. Read More.