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Estudio brinda nuevos datos sobre la resistencia antimicrobiana en Guatemala “Tenemos bacterias que son importantes para el cuerpo porque tienen un propósito en la digestión y absorción de nutrientes. Sin embargo, la mezcla de bacterias entre personas, suelos y animales puede llegar a afectar”, Dra. Brooke Ramay.
UVG - March 22, 2021
2021 Showcase academic excellence winners announced Allen School's Doug Call receives Sahlin Eminent Faculty Award, Guy Palmer receives V. Lane Rawlins President’s Award for Distinguished Lifetime Service.
WSU Insider - March 2, 2021
Research profiles with Shiny Dashboard: A case study in a community survey for antimicrobial resistance in Guatemala The successful implementation of community surveys requires close and timely monitoring of study activities.
CougRStats - December 8, 2020
Two-thirds of Guatemala grocery stores sell antibiotics Antibiotics can be bought without a prescription at grocery stores across Guatemala, raising concerns about the growing problem of drug resistant bacteria.
SciDev.Net Global - October 21, 2020
En Guatemala antibióticos se venden en tiendas y sin receta WSU/UVG investigation of availability of over-the-counter antibiotics in Guatemalan corner stores.
SciDevNet Latina - October 7, 2020
Trabajo conjunto entre UVG y WSU logra impacto en temas de salud Las investigaciones en temas de salud no son tarea fácil, pero la unión de esfuerzos hace que los estudios impacten en nuestro país.
Universidad del Valle de Guatemala - September 8, 2020
WSU and UVG announce 2020 Wright grants The Wright Grants for Health Research and Human Development is an initiative of Howard Wright and WSU
UVG News - August 27, 2020
¿Qué factores influyen en la incidencia de bacterias resistentes a los antimicrobianos? Las infecciones resistentes a los antimicrobianos, considerado por la Organización Mundial de Salud como una de las mayores amenazas de salud pública, contribuyen a cientos de miles de muertes en todo el mundo.
TEKCrispy - August 24, 2020
Not only overuse of antibiotics but poor hygiene and sanitation can also result in anti-microbial resistance Researchers found that there is a critical need to improve sanitation and hygiene in both urban and rural areas, to slow down the spread of antimicrobial-resistant bacteria
FirstPost - August 19, 2020
Strengthening Surveillance for Antimicrobial Resistance in Guatemala WSU and UVG started their very first collection of specimens for the study quantifying the community burden of AMR in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala.
CDC - August 17, 2020
Poor hygiene is significant risk for antimicrobial-resistant bacteria colonization Scientists have found clear indicators for how the interaction of poor hygiene and antibiotic use contribute to the colonization of antimicrobial-resistant (AMR) bacteria in humans, a problem that contributes to hundreds of thousands of deaths annually.
WSU News - August 14, 2020