Carbapenem-resistance Enterobacterales (CRE) is a global health threat. From screening to confirmation, Hardy Diagnostics is proud to join you in the fight against antimicrobial resistance. Our rapid CRE assay, CARBA 5, gives you the advantage!
Saving Patient Lives with Rapid Pneumonia Testing Streptococcus pneumoniae and Legionella pneumophila pose a severe threat of morbidity and mortality, with acute symptoms that include shortness of breath and chest pain. High-risk cases are known to result in respiratory failure, sepsis, pneumonia, bacteremia, and meningitis.(1) Consequently, “Pneumonia is the world’s leading cause of death among children under five Read more about New Technology in the Fight Against Pneumonia[…]
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A team of researches at the University of Sheffield in South Yorkshire, England, have reported a new compound that displays the ability to kill both gram-positive and gram-negative antibiotic-resistant bacteria (1). PhD student Kirsty Smitten, Principal Investigator Jim Thomas, and their team in the Department of Chemistry first published their findings in Chemical Science in Read more about Ruthenium Based Antibacterials – Can this be useful in the fight against resistant bacteria?[…]
Bacteria are commonly considered a culprit leading to cancer. However, recent research suggests that some bacteria, being a potential enemy can also be a friend, and thus be utilized to create novel cancer therapeutics and treatments.(1, Figure 1) A great deal of research ahs centered on using bacteria to reduce the size of tumors. Tumors Read more about Can Bacteria be Used to Attack Tumors?[…]
“Many people have asked me how I got started in business. First of all, you will need to know that our company, currently consisting of 430 co-workers, manufactures culture media that microbiologists use in the laboratory. Culture media is what we call the “bug food” that bacteria and fungi feast upon in order for microbiologists Read more about The humble beginnings of Hardy Diagnostics[…]
As the number of global coronavirus cases continues to increase beyond 20 million, there is an urgent need for treatment for those infected with SARS CoV2. Internationally, biotech companies are working feverishly towards developing a vaccine to reduce infection rates. However, it is still unclear when a final product will be released and to what Read more about Blocking COVID with Antibodies[…]
The COVID-19 pandemic is unlike any public health emergency we have seen in many decades. Nations have shut down borders, businesses, and life as people knew it. Aside from the obvious economic side effects of shutting down businesses, offices, schools, and other buildings, another potentially deadly disease may be on the rise as a consequence Read more about How is Legionnaire’s Disease related to Covid?[…]
Below are quotes from numerous studies showing that Vitamin D can be useful in the battle against COVID-19 infections. “Several groups of researchers from different countries have found that the sickest patients often have the lowest levels of vitamin D, and that countries with higher death rates had larger numbers of people with vitamin D Read more about Vitamin D – A neglected option of treatment and prevention of COVID-19 infections[…]
Without a doubt one of the greatest health problems plaguing Americans to date is obesity. The CDC reports that currently 42.4% of adults in the US are obese with a body mass index (BMI) between 30-40. Among these individuals, 9.2% were reported as having severe obesity with a BMI greater than 40. (1) In addition Read more about Controlling Weight with Probiotics- Akkermansia muciniphilaand the Microbiome[…]