For a mother adopting a baby, and who is not producing sufficient milk supply, what is the medical name of the hormone she can take for lactation?
Is there evidence of antibiotic resistance in bacteria (any species) being caused by exposure to silver, including colloidal silver?
Can you help me find the spelling for a medical term I heard my doctor say? He mentioned chronic "depria" cystitis. It is something to do with the eye/eyelid, probably inflammation or infection. It is pronounced depr-ee-a, I believe. I […]
Where can you ask (and have answered) specific medical questions about the eye/eyelid of a specialist on the Web? I have already been to askphysicians.com and WebMd. Request for Question Clarification bykevinmd-ga Hello rosemary25, A similar question has already been […]
For a person with an infection of stenotrophomonas maltophilia in the eyelid or bloodstream, is there any appropriate course of medical treatment other than taking chloramphenicol? Can chloramphenicol still be bacteriostatic against a strain of S. maltophilia that has become […]
The situation: I've had two positive cultures for S.maltophilia taken from my eyelid. It has proven resistant to chloramphenicol, and the infection is bad. I may have one chance and one chance only to get rid of the bacteria, since […]
What would be the most LIKELY CAUSES for the following symptoms in a healthy adult male in Canada: dizziness, blurred vision, nausea, vomiting, lack of appetite, diarehea, RAPID WEIGHT LOSS (20 lbs in 4 days), extreme weakness, very pale complexion, […]
Where do you find information on ongoing clinical trials (both animal and human) for new antibiotics?
What effects might a severe infection of the upper eyelid by stenotrophomonas maltophilia have on the eye, animal or human? Are there any reported cases of S. maltophilia migrating to the bloodstream if not treated after a certain period of […]
A molecular biologist told me it is possible to culture and grow a certain bacteria, such as Stenotrophomonas maltophilia (S. maltophilia), denature/kill the bacterial cells and inject them into a person like you would a vaccine. This is all theory. […]