Pseudomonas infections are caused by any of several types of the gram-negative bacteria Pseudomonas, especially Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

Pseudomonas aeruginosa and other members of this group of gram-negative bacilli are opportunistic pathogens that frequently cause hospital-acquired infections, particularly in ventilator patients, burn patients, and patients with chronic debility. Many sites can be infected, and infection is usually severe. Diagnosis is by culture. Antibiotic choice varies with the pathogen and must be guided by susceptibility testing because resistance is […]

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CBD and epilepsy

Oral cannabis extracts were effective in one third of children with epilepsy in an open study About one third of children suffering from different forms of epilepsy experienced a more than 50 % reduction in seizures by the use of oral cannabis extracts, researchers at the Medical Campus of the University of Colorado in Denver reported in the journal Epilepsy & […]

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Cannabidiol and bone fracture

Cannabidiol improves bone fracture healing in rats Scientists of the Bone Laboratory of Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, reported that the major non-psychoactive cannabis constituent, cannabidiol (CBD), enhances the biomechanical properties of healing bone fractures in rats. The maximal load capacity, but not the stiffness, of thigh bones from rats given a mixture of CBD and THC for 8 weeks […]

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CBD anti-inflamatory

A CBD rich cannabis extract showed better anti-inflammatory effects than pure cannabidiol In experiments with mice a CBD rich cannabis extract was superior in reducing inflammation than pure CBD. This is the result of research by scientists of Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. They used a cannabis strain called Avidekel to prepare extracts, which were given either orally or injected […]

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