We will get to the new Hoberman study in a moment, but first a bit of background. AOM, AECS and AECB were labeled indications for antibiotics in the 80s and 90s but were summarily thrown out from the indication catalogue Continue reading Is the AOM Indication Making a Come-Back?
Since the beginning of this millennium we have seen antibiotic R&D dwindle year after year. There are many reasons for this; while economics are often cited for this decline, the FDA and the ‘Guideline Wars’, i.e., those never ending discussions Continue reading Progress Report: New Antibacterials In the Fight against MDR Bacteria
At first glance, the list of features that distinguish AZD-0914 from other FQ seems impressive: broad Gram-positive and Gram-negative activity, MRSA and MSSA activity, potency against fluoroquinolone (FQ)-resistant isolates, low frequency for S. aureus resistance, and impressive activity against C. Continue reading AZD-0914: A New Broad-Spectrum Narrow-Development Path Drug
Here an updated listing of all QIDP drugs we are aware of as of 12/24/2015. Today just facts and numbers; we will provide an interpretation of the current landscape in upcoming blogs. There are 58 drugs which garnered QIDP status and these Continue reading QIDP Antibiotics – 2015 Year-End Update
It is no secret that most existing antibiotic guidelines are not getting much use these days. The only indications pursued with any regularity are the feasible ones: ABSSSI, cUTI, and cIAI, much less CABP. Yes, the occasional HABP/VABP trial is Continue reading Most Anti-Infective Guidelines Don’t Get No Respect (Let Alone Use!)