clever, clever, clever!
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
I have deleted a response that was 1) anonymous, 2) bereft of logic and 3) filled with personal insults. I allow 1, tolerate a combination of 1 and 2, or of 2 and 3, but not of 1, 2 and 3 all together. So, anonymous, either post under a verifiable identity or else stick to the issue at hand.
You have deleted it because you do not like a difference of opinion or someone exposing your stupidity. Heil Hitler. Where do i sign up to blindly agree with your stupid drivel?
Oh dear - now I am dying to read the deleted comment.
You mean after that last comment by anonymous? You disappoint me. Trolls are a dime a dozen on the Web, after all.
Or maybe it is Arnab Goswami himself. That would explain everything - anonymous, bereft of logic and full of personal insults!
I've missed this entire tv coverage. read a bit in the newspapers the first day then realised the nonsense reporting that wd ensue and did not bother to read further. When I did time in the microbiology department as a doctor in the NHS superbugs like MRSA existed. No one was in denial. When detected proper measures were taken, operation theatres shut, swabs from doctors and all paramedical staff taken and those detected with it given the appropriate treatment. All this to prevent nosocomial spread.If there is a "superbug" ( this too a media term)originating in India and docs in Hinduja hosp have written this up, then maybe it is so. Why the denial? happens everywhere, but I wd expect it here more so. The rampant use of newer antibiotics, purchase over the counter without prescription is bound to lead to the development of resistant bugs quicker in the areas of the world new generation antibiotics are used more freely and rampantly. We should just follow the right procedures when detected in a hospital set up of cleansing it and keep new generation antibiotics for use sparingly. This needs compliance of both community based docs and hospitals alike. Can be done when labs who do culture sensitivity reports, reporting the commoner antibiotics sensitive only so as to encourage use of those.
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