Selecting an effective antibiotic can be a challenge.

‘selecting an effective antibiotic can be a challenge, because the organism that causes gonorrhea is very versatile and develops resistance to antibiotics very quickly, ‘said Professor Ison. ‘Penicillin was used for many years until it was no longer effective and a number of other agents have been used since then. Current current drug of choice, ceftriaxone and cefixime are still very effective but there are signs that resistance particularly cefixime is emerging and soon these drugs ‘may not be a good choice, she said.

New Journal launched in Emergency Medicine at Springer areSpringer launches the International Journal of Emergency Medicine, a new quarterly publication on on the various clinical advances and research developments from around the world in emergency medicine. For the first two years, the magazine is free of charge exclusively to online information Springer SpringerLink (The first edition online online in March 2008.Second-hand smoke poses a significant and present danger to health children and adults according to the comprising report of 2006 from the U.S. Surgeon General, the health consequences of involuntary exposure to ETS. The report showed such vulnerable children are especially second-hand smoke. Are exposed to the levels of ETS have an increased risk to SIDS , acute respiratory tract infections, ear problems, worsening of of allergies and asthma. The report also contains left to second hand smoke to coronary heart disease and lung for adults and notes and brief exposure to second-hand smoke direct negative impact on a person who cardio systems did.

A new study is shown that even a quick exposure to second-hand smoke can infringed of human blood vessels. Investigator been found in University of California, in San Francisco, for that healthy nonsmokers subjected 30 minutes to second hand smoke as traces of blood vascular lesion and reduced service reactions which gave to 24 hours were of exposure, published in a report in the latest edition the Journal of the American College of Cardiology . – Second-hand smoke is insidious because and to exposure to second-hand smoke has serious short-term and long-term health effects on children and adults alike, said Brian Doyle, and states for global sales and marketing. parental who are smoking able do not recognize what extent their habit of harm their child even if their child’s exposure to second-hand Rauch is relatively short at home or in the car.