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淋病治疗将成为是不可能的

发布时间:2018-09-17 08:05 作者:admin 来源: 点击: 字号:

When you think about dangerous viruses, gonorrhea doesn’;t usually come to mind –; but that may well be about to change。 Gonorrhea, a ***ually transmitted disease (STD), has become resistant to most of the antibiotics that we have used to combat it over the last three decades。

We’;ve written before about antibiotic resistant gonorrhea entering the US, and about new treatments developed by scientists; but the truth is, the virus is mutating much faster than researchers can keep up –; and it’;s not their fault。 The strain of gonorrhea infecting people today is different than that which occurred 30 years ago。 Heck, it’;s different from the one from 10 years ago! Add in the fact that it takes, on average, 10-15 years to fully develop a new treatment

Traditional penicilines and tetracyclines stopped working a while ago against the more virulent strains, and today’;s patients have very limited options left。 The US Center for Disease Control (CDC) thinks that emerging resistant strains are slowly but surely taking all the options away; the last line of defense is currently a cephalosporin injection combined with an oral dose of either azithromycin or doxycycline。 The government agency outlined how things are likely to go when that starts failing too。

By analyzing long-term surveillance data for 17 US cities between 1991 and 2006, researchers were able to trace how gonorrhea became resistant to ciprofloxacin, an antibiotic that lost its CDC recommendation in 2007 because studies demonstrated that 13。8 percent of patient samples were resistant to the drug。 The thing is, even though the results of the study are extremely worrying, they are not really that surprising。 So, let’;s put some numbers down here。

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