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Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Low Cost Device for Rapid testing of Antibiotic Resistance developed in India by BITS professor & her student

Contributed by Akilesh. R and A.J. Tamhankar

A low Cost Device for Rapid testing of Antibiotic Resistance developed in India by BITS professor Dr. Suman Kapur and her student Anuradha P

World Health Organization (WHO) considers antibiotic resistance as one of the three greatest public health threats today. Ensuring availability of effective antibiotics is a highly prioritized area for low- and middle-income countries, where the infectious disease burden is high and access to healthcare is not easy and also not affordable for many.