10 years later, is there still no 'ESKAPE' from bad bugs?
from MedPage Today
In the 10 years since the "ESKAPE" acronym was coined to describe some of the most deadly pathogens where antibiotics were desperately needed, there has been progress in antibiotic stewardship and infection control, a researcher said here. Antibiotic stewardship has gained wider acceptance in hospitals and rates of hospital-associated infections are declining. However, antibiotic development is more of a mixed bag, with mostly small and medium-sized companies involved in developing antibiotics.
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