The age of antibiotics may be coming to an end.
Antibiotic resistant bacteria on the rise. Increasing and impending fate of routine procedures become life threatening more and more new ways to fight bacteria are being developed. A new study has shown that oxygen can be used as a weapon against the antibiotic resistant bacteria by way of nanoparticles activated by light. The European CDC has reported that our "last resort" antibiotics are beginning to fail.
Ozone should be used in every surgical suite and incorporated into surgical procedures to reduce the risk of infection.
Instead of developing a new antibiotic that will eventually be useless as bacteria evolves, these scientists turned to technologies that the bugs will not be able to develop a resistance to such as material surfaces and lighting.
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"Instead of resorting to antibiotics, which no longer work against some bacteria like MRSA, we use photosensitizers, mostly dye molecules, that become excited when illuminated with light," says Peng Zhang, lead researcher on the study. "Then, the photosensitizers convert oxygen into reactive oxygen species that attack the bacteria." (Irving, 2018)
"For the first application of the technology, the team has been awarded a patent for a spray or gel containing the nanoparticles. This would be applied to medical surfaces and instruments, sterilizing them by shining blue or red light onto them. Other potential uses might include applying the stuff directly to wounds to prevent infection, killing nail bed fungus or even skin cancer." At Second Nature, we directly apply ozone to wounds.
For now, you can fight infections with I.V. Ozone it is quick, easy and kills the pathogens. It is safe and effective. It is hard for an infection to flourish when the cells it wants to attack are being flooded with oxygen and becoming healthier.
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Irving, M. (2018, August 20). Superbugs might meet their match in oxygen weaponized by light. Retrieved from https://newatlas.com/light-activating-oxygen-kill-superbugs/55961/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2018-08-20 143727 USA Daily Basic 2018-08-20 144410 Watery exoplanets may be common but not very friendly&utm_content=2018-08-20 143727 USA Daily Basic 2018-08-20 144410 Watery exoplanets may be common but not very friendly CID_7b631918e8331a52cb167b3ec2b6b529&utm_source=Campaign Monitor&utm_term=Superbugs might meet their match in oxygen weaponized by light