Tag Archives: Microbiome

“UTI” – Requiem for a Heavyweight – a landmark paper

Originally posted on AIMED – Let's talk about antibiotics:
A recent paper, “Urinary Tract Infection”-Requiem for a Heavyweight  by Dr Thomas Finucaine skillfully unpacks many key issues, coupling this with a consideration of the emerging knowledge of the urinary microbiome…

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You are what you eat – or should our gut microbiome be considered an important body system in its own right?

Originally posted on AIMED – Let's talk about antibiotics:
Guest posting: Assoc. Prof. Josh Davis,  Principal Research Fellow/NHMRC Career Development Fellow, Menzies School of Health Research, Senior Staff Specialist Infectious Diseases Physician, John Hunter Hospital, Conjoint Professor School of Medicine and Public Health, University of…

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Human Intestinal Microbiome in Health and Disease – recent short NEJM review

Short interesting review of this cutting edge topic for your December delectation!    “Human-associated microbes have primarily been viewed through the lens of a single species and its environment. Advances in culture independent technologies have shown the enormous diversity, functional … Continue reading

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