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Antimicrobial Resistance - Part 1

04 Nov 2021
Antimicrobial Resistance

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Can CAM treatment strategies control symptoms of RTIs and reduce antibiotic use? A SR of SRs

Introduction: Respiratory-tract-infections (RTIs) are among the most common infections experienced in the community, and are among the most common reasons for antibiotic prescribing internationally. Despite widespread public popularity, there is a paucity of research investigating the potential contribution of complementary-and-alternative-medicine (CAM) to the treatment of infections. Our aim is to identify CAM strategies that control symptoms of RTIs, reduce use of antibiotics, and that are safe.

Co-Authors:

Dr Esther van der Werf-Kok - Epidemiologist, Program Manager Nutrition & Health - Louis Bolk Institute
Dr Merlin Willcox - Academic Clinical Lecturer - University of Southampton
Roman Huber - Head Physician - Medical Center, University of Freiburg, Faculty of Medicine, University of Freiburg
Mrs. Eefje Belt-Van Zoen - Researcher - University of Applied Sciences Leiden
Dr. X.Y. Hu - Postdoctoral Research Fellow - University of Southampton

 

Speakers
Prof Dr Erik Baars, Professor of Anthrosophic Medicine, University of Applied Sciences - Netherlands

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