A CALL to arms to fight the ‘gathering storm’ of antibiotic resistance.
Dr Bernie Hudson
A NEW look at a parasite that may be the cause of irritable bowel symptoms.
THE MICROBIOLOGICAL aetiology of diarrhoea is often not clinically obvious, making laboratory diagnosis very important.
UNDERSTANDING the changing classification systems of bacteria.
THESE two illnesses are increasingly seen in returned travellers.
- Lyme disease
- MERS coronavirus infection
- Hepatitis B and C in travellers
- Antibiotics: Is there hope for the future?
- CMV DNA testing
- Update on MALDI-TOF
- Emerging pathogen in kids
- Salt water: skin infections
- Fresh water exposure: skin and soft tissue infections
- Blood cultures - unusual and fastidious organisms
- Blood cultures and diagnosis
- Serology – an overview
- Testing times in diagnosis of unusual infections
- Urine microscopy in 2012
- Asymptomatic returned traveller
- Diagnosing herpes in CSF
- Reactivation of infections
- Timing meningitis testing
- Skin lesions seen in tourists
- Identifying infections faster
- Modern malaria diagnosis
- Respiratory virus detectives
- Testing times for C. difficile
- A spotlight on spotted fever
- Bacterial gene sequencing
- Scoring pneumonia severity
- New approaches to molecular STI testing