Overcoming Antimicrobial Resistance of the Skin

Edited by Stephen K. Tyring, Stephen Andrew Moore, Angela Yen Moore, Omar Lupi
First Edition

Hardcover – 18.4×26.2×1.9cm – 255 Pages – 78 Colour and 7 b/w Illustrations

Language: English

Copyright Year 2021

This book is a thorough, practical review of the challenges facing clinicians treating skin microbes and how to combat these therapeutic dilemmas. It expresses the critical public health concern of antimicrobial resistance and shows how microorganisms are developing the ability to halt the progress of antimicrobials like antibiotics, antivirals, and antifungals.


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About this book

Chapters are grouped together in five sections for ease of use. The first three sections of the book convey foundational information on the mechanisms of antibiotics, antivirals, and antifungals resistance, as well as the  implications of lack of vaccination. The fourth section then turns to the specifics of drug resistance  for protozoan and helminth infections focusing primarily on initial and subsequent resistance to treatment.  The book closes with a discussion on the potential solutions of innovative therapy including new delivery mechanisms, broad-spectrum antibiotics, phytocompounds, and biofilms. Chapters feature magnified, microscopic photos for identifying structures as they appear on the skin.
Part of the Updates in Clinical Dermatology series, Overcoming Antimicrobial Resistance of the Skin is an important resource relevant during the COVID-19 pandemic, and is written for all medical healthcare professionals.
Weight0.75 kg
Dimensions26 × 37 × 1.9 cm