Thursday, January 24, 2013

Only God can help us in Times of Trouble. Think about Bacteria

Now before I launch this article I told my self I need to talk to trained practising Doctor to get the validity of the article below and the news am seeing where Antibiotics and Bacteria are concern.
She said that the news of  snail past to stationary discovery of antibiotic to deal with the infections common from cold to those rare are not matching the rate of bacteria  developing resistance to infection.
In other words the world is running out of Antibiotics to deal with the infections and health related problem that are developing.
I was told that they have been advise on limiting to use of antibiotics and prescriptions are given in cases where its absolutely necessary.

When digested this news and what the ramifications of it being a reality is concern what does all this mean in the future and in the times of trouble mention in Daniel 12:1, Mathew 24:21.
Now if your imaginations have not been awaken just yet here this.

 Written over 100 years ago the author says :

" The world is stirred with the spirit of war. The prophecy of the eleventh chapter of Daniel has nearly reached its complete fulfillment. Soon the scenes of trouble spoken of in the prophecies will take place.--Testimonies, vol. 9, p. 14.  {ChS 54.5}
     I was shown the inhabitants of the earth in the utmost confusion. War, bloodshed, privation, want, famine, and pestilence were abroad in the land. . . . My attention was then called from the scene. There seemed to be a little time of peace. Once more the inhabitants of the earth were presented before me; and again everything was in the utmost confusion. Strife, war, and bloodshed, with famine and pestilence, raged everywhere. Other nations were engaged in this war and confusion. War caused famine. Want and bloodshed caused pestilence. And then men's hearts failed them for fear, "and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth."--Testimonies, vol. 1, p. 268.  {ChS 55.1}

Here is an article from souce :

Almost since the beginning of the antibiotic era bacterial resistance has been seen as the major obstacle to successful treatment. Hardly any group of antibiotics has been introduced into clinical practice to which some bacterium has not developed resistance. Quantifying the impact of this resistance has often proved difficult, and misconceptions have often resulted from incomplete surveillance. Now that our surveillance methods are much better, we know that levels of antibiotic resistance are rising inexorably—as illustrated by this week's paper on trends in England and Wales. Yet it has taken a long time to realise the extent of the problem, and there is still much that we need to learn about the mechanisms.

At the start of a new century, some 30 years later, things look very different. We are facing a potential treatment crisis for some infections, with an escalating rise in resistance that we have difficulty in controlling.2 What has changed? At the end of the 1960s we did not realise that we would face the next three decades with much the same antibiotic groups as we had then. Antibiotic discovery and development had been exponential since the 1940s, but no new clinically useful structures were discovered after 1961, and almost all the drugs that have been launched since the 1960s are modifications of antibiotics that we already have. This meant that bacteria that had “learnt” how to resist one member of a chemical drug class did not have to learn much more to overcome its later modifications. If bacteria were challenged with a new antibiotic class, there would be little chance of cross resistance. Resistance had clearly been controlled up to the 1970s by the many different chemical antibiotic classes available.
The late 1960s were also important for the introduction of organ transplantation. As these procedures became more successful, more aggressive antibacterial therapy was required to protect immunosuppressed patients against infections. This situation was exacerbated with the treatment of neutropenic patients. This massive increase in antibiotic use in hospitals did promote the acquisition of resistance in some well recognised hospital pathogens, such as methicillin resistance in staphylococci and vancomycin resistance in enterococci.
In reality, these labels are convenient markers. Methicillin resistant S aureus is resistant to aminoglycosides, often to fluoroquinolones, and indeed to all antibiotics except the glycopeptides, and there are reports that some strains are becoming resistant to these. In fact, these multiresistant variants of S aureus often occur as epidemic strains. What we are apparently witnessing is the clonal spread of a few resistant bacteria, and they are not simply the original hospital staphylococci that have become resistant.They often contain plasmids harbouring resistance genes, but these plasmids are carriers of resistance that often have “dumped” their resistance genes into the bacterial chromosome by transposition. Similarly, the so called vancomycin resistant enterococci are also multiresistant strains and they are often resistant to all antibiotics targeted against them. The bacteria often spread clonally, although some individual resistance genes may be imported on mobile genetic elements.
We are also facing some resistant bacterial species that were never traditionally regarded as pathogens, such as Acinetobacter baumannii. This organism was sensitive to all antibiotics in the 1970s, but now some strains can sometimes resist all antibiotics. In the case of this bacterium, the propensity to carry resistance genes seems as important as the ability to produce defined pathogenicity factors. In patients previously treated with antibiotics in hospital, A baumannii is a much more prevalent cause of pneumonia than in patients receiving no antibiotics.
Where do these multiresistant bacteria come from? We do not know if they are subpopulations with a predisposition towards resistance. We do know, however, that they often spread clonally and that this may have been facilitated by hospital designs that move patients closer together and rely on regular transfers of patients between different points of treatment. Cross infection is clearly a major contributor to the rise in resistance, and modern molecular typing techniques show widespread dissemination of single bacterial strains. As our knowledge of molecular biology increases and the bacterial genome projects advance, we may well find that certain multidrug resistant strains are quite distinct genetically from their sensitive counterparts. We will then be able to show whether our multiresistant bacteria evolve from strains commonly found in hospitals or whether the antibiotic blanket selects certain strains, which survive merely because of the propensity to carry resistance genes.

The bacteria of all bacteria SIN can only affect you if you are not under the care ,guidance and salvivic plan of Christ. Satan has full reign in the life when Christ is absent.It is this sinful state we aught to be most worried about.
Only those protected under the shelter of God can live in the troublous times to come. have you given your life to Him yet. You still have time.


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