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Máscara anti-virus.

Empresa lanca máscara anti-virus. Postado por ICT (Infection Control Today). Matéria em Inglês.

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Don’t let the unseasonably warm weather sweeping over the majority of the country fool you. The flu season is off to a very late start this year— the latest in 25 years, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). To help combat the flu, Medline Industries, Inc., has introduced an FDA-cleared antiviral medical face mask that is shown to inactivate 99.99 percent of laboratory tested flu viruses, including pandemic and seasonal strains of influenza (flu) viruses such as H1N1, avian flu and swine flu.

 

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Celular de pacientes infectado com bactérias.

Bactérias Encontradas em Telefone Celular de Pacientes. Material postado pelo ICT (Infection Control Today). Matéria em Inglês.

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Dangerous Bacteria Found on Patients' Cell Phones

Cell phones used by patients and their visitors were twice as likely to contain potentially dangerous bacteria as those of healthcare workers (HCWs), according to a study published in the June issue of the American Journal of Infection Control.

 

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H1N1

Influenza H1N1, publicado no ICT (Infection Control Today), em Inglês.

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During the April-July 2009 outbreak of H1N1/2009 in scotland the West of Scotland Specialist Virology Centre (WoSSVC) in Glasgow tested more than 16 000 clinical samples for H1N1/2009. Most were from patients clinically diagnosed with H1N1/2009. Out of these, 9 percent were positive. Rory N Gunson and William F Carman of Gartnavel General Hospital in Glasgow, Scotland, sought to determine what respiratory pathogens were misdiagnosed as cases of H1N1/2009 during this time.

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Quando Viroses Infectam Bactérias

Quando Viroses Infectam Bactérias, matéria editada pela Fundacão Nacional das Ciências e postado pela ICT (Infection Control Today). Matéria em Inglês.

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Virus-bacterium associations were examined in the natural environment of a termite's hindgut. Three general scenarios were seen. In the first (1) there was a one-to-one association: one type of virus matched one type of bacterium host. In the second (2) the host bacterium was associated with a diverse group of viruses, indicating perhaps a more ancient infection or a more susceptible host. In the third case (3) very similar viruses were seen infecting several different types of bacterial hosts. This study tested methods of examining virus-bacterium interactions in nature, rather than in vitro--from a culture. It opens a new door to understanding the diverse and highly populated world of viruses and bacteria that we know so little about. Illustration by Zina Deretsky, National Science Foundation.

 

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Nova terapia para Hepatite C

Pesquisadores da Universidade Britanica Columbia identificam novo método de impedir a contaminacão da Hepatite C. Ingles.

Researchers at the University of British Columbia have found a new way to block infection from the hepatitis C virus (HCV) in the liver that could lead to new therapies for those affected by this and other infectious diseases.

 

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