- 16:00 - 24/06/2021 to 17:00 - 24/06/2021
- United Kingdom
2 x 20 minute presentations and followed by Q&A regarding biofilms in bacterial infections.
- What is biofilm?
- Where is it formed?
- What are the implications of biofilm in these areas?
- The incidence and prevalence of biofilm infection in the UK and across Europe
- The differences between naïve and mature biofilm and its impact
- What is the issue regarding treating biofilm-based infection with antimicrobials?
- What current guidance and evidence is in the public domain regarding mono and dual therapy antibacterial use with regards to biofilm?
- What strategies should we apply to overcome barriers regarding biofilm within the Covid environment?
- A case study regarding a respiratory infection - is biofilm in the forefront of my mind?
- A relevant second case study where the audience are asked what they would do?
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Any physician or pharmacist involved in treating severe infections.
Professor Gordon Ramage, Microbiologist, University of Glasgow, School of Medicine, Dentistry & Nursing.
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