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Probiotics Dont Keep Bad Bugs at Bay in Critically Ill: Study: WEDNESDAY.

With fewer therapies available to deal with multidrug-resistant organisms, innovative methods to prevent or remove gastrointestinal colonization [by bacteria] are necessary, she explained. Colonization is the first step before a full-blown disease can develop, the scholarly study authors explained. The existing research included 70 patients in intensive care units who received either standard care or probiotics twice a day for up to two weeks.The probe could be repeatedly re-shaped to meet the various anatomic requirements of the average person patient and procedure. The ‘bellows’ style of the ATS CryoMaze Probes facilitates this durable probe malleability without kinking and/or fractures. ‘The development of the ATS CryoMaze 10-S Probe was our response to requests from cardiac arrhythmia surgeons for a far more substantial cryoablation device. This is one more exemplory case of our dedication to be responsive to the needs of our cardiac cosmetic surgeon customers all around the world,’ said Michael Dale, President and CEO of ATS Medical.

ACP calls for tests innovative liability reforms to break through political impasse The American College of Doctors today released an insurance plan paper on the medical liability crisis, which continues to have a profound effect on the medical system.