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AROAutomatic Request for Retransmission
AROArmy Research Office
AROATS (Air Traffic Services) Reporting Office
AROAfter Receipt of Order
AROAcademic Research Organization
AROAsset Retirement Obligation
AROAutomobilul Romanesc
AROApplication Resource Optimizer (software development)
AROAssociation for Research in Otolaryngology
AROAromatase
AROAlfa Romeo Owners (car club; various locations)
AROAgreement on Rules of Origin (United Nations)
AROAcquisition Reform (US Navy)
AROApplication Release Orchestration (Gartner)
AROAverage Rate Option (finance)
AROAtlanta Regional Office (Georgia)
AROAir Refueling Operator (US Air Force)
AROAnnualized Rate of Occurrence
AROAntibiotic Resistant Organisms
AROAir Traffic Services Reporting Office (Italy)
AROAccess Request Object
AROAcquisition Reform Office
AROAgriculture Research Organization
AROAction Recovery Online (Montana)
AROAutosomal Recessive Osteopetrosis
AROAlternate Regulatory Option
AROApplication Response Option (Computer Associates)
AROAssociation of Regional Observatories (UK)
AROAbrasion Resistant Overcoating
AROAll Rods Out
AROAnimal Resource Officer
AROAirport Reporting Office
AROAirport Reservations Office
AROActive Resonator Oscillator
AROAirborne Reconnaissance Office
AROAuxiliary Readout
AROAnnouncement of Research Opportunity (various organizations)
AROAfrican Regional Organizations (workshop)
AROAltairian Religious Order
AROAlquiler Rehabilitacion Operacion (Spanish: Rental Rehabilitation Operation)
AROAutomatic Reconfiguration Order (space physics)
AROAcquisition Requirements Office
AROAdvanced Reactor Operations
AROAdspirant Reserve Officier (Dutch)
AROAuxiliary Retail Outlet
AROAlternate Retail Outlet (Harley-Davidson)
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The emergence of antibiotic resistant organisms could be a major public health concern, particularly in hospitals and alternative health care settings.
THE " superbug" that has been named the New Delhi metallobeta- lactamase or NDM- 1, is a new gene that allows any bacteria to become a superbug, or antibiotic resistant organism. This gene is transferable across bacteria and can make common infections lethal.
(12) This lack of resistant organisms being formed raises the possibility that these lipids could be incorporated into topical formulations for prophylaxis in individuals at risk of infection as well as to treat skin infections, including those caused by antibiotic resistant organisms.
Compared with hospital-acquired infections, the numbers of community-acquired infections from antibiotic resistant organisms are much more difficult to estimate.
The development of antibiotic resistant organisms with the use of ototopical medications.
By reducing the incidence of unneeded antibiotic therapy, the incidence of antibiotic resistant organisms can be reduced.
coli, tuberculosis, and antibiotic resistant organisms.
He said: "The data gathered on ESBLs at Hairmyres highlights the problem of antibiotic resistant organisms faced by hospitals all over the world."
`But if we do all the right things in Australia, then import food containing antibiotic resistant organisms, we'll put a big hole in our wall.
Antibiotic resistant organisms, including MRSA, ESBLs and CPO have been found in a variety of companion and farm animals around the world.
Since unnecessary use of antibiotics has been linked to the development of antibiotic resistant organisms, this is probably a legitimate suggestion.
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