17 Burst results for "Ampicillin"
"ampicillin" Discussed on Invention
"Is a peptide a string of meaning a string of amino acids that human cells produce themselves which has been shown to have broad antimicrobial activity hasso <hes> so this is a weird <hes> into what would be the god of the humans to compete with <hes> jubilee talk demo- ooh. I don't know the humans have a lot of god's dodgers. The dragons i mean sometimes go up in worship moi if they have good reason to oh i guess we can come back to this one but daniel continues as you can imagine there would be quite quite a lot of issues getting pharmacological amounts of of substance that is produced by human cells also interestingly synthesizing strings of amino acids is not an easy process process cells make it look so easy so even ex vivo production of l. thirty-seven wouldn't really be feasible so people have created these sarah jenin's as chemical mimics to the l. l. thirty seven peptide so what is their mechanism the way people think they work is by disrupting the plasma membranes of of bacterial cells all bacteria have plasma membranes and while most antibiotics work on a bacterial protein like tetris cycling inhibiting the ri- zome home ampicillin inhibiting proteins help synthesize the cell wall the sarachan seem to attack the membrane but disrupting the lipids themselves and forming forming holes between them causing the cells to lice and that's l. y. Esa that mean that means basically breakdown or break apart this is important because there is it's no real way to mutate the plasma membrane to develop resistance since lipids are not encoded genetically their metabolize by genetically encoded enzymes but the species of lipid themselves are not possibly there could be a way for them to alter the composition which flavor of lipid makes meaning which flavor of lipid did makes up the majority of the membrane but it's much less likely as it would probably require large changes to the genome as opposed to single base mutations. One question you may ask ask is why don't these compounds attack the mammalian membranes we have plasma membranes and the answer unfortunately is that they probably do he continues. He's what makes antibiotics..
"ampicillin" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Hello words how are you today. I hope you were doing well. I'm doing fine except I have the stupid injury on my finger which I mentioned a few episodes ago <hes> but today's Thursday which means that tomorrow's Friday which means that the next day's as the weekend all right first word for this episode is Amphibian pro-style Yeah Yeah A. M. P. H.. I. P. R. O. S. T. Y. L. E. IT's an odd word. This is an adjective from eighteen fifty having columns at each end only as in an amphibian pro style building amphibia pro style is also a noun own this is from the Greek amphorae plus Priscilla's <hes> which means having pillars in front and that is from pro plus still owes or Stilo which means pillar and there's more at the word word steer now. We have amphibious Beena A.. M. P. H.. I. S. B. E. N.. A. As is an interesting word. This is a noun from the fourteenth century a serpent in. Classical mythology having a head at each end and capable of moving in either direction amphibious bheenick is an adjective this is from the Greek amphibious which means on both sides <hes> from 'em fee which means around <hes> plus binding which means to walk or go and there's more at the words <hes> by B Y and come C. o. m. e. now. We have amphitheater a much more quote unquote normal word A. M. P. H. I. T. H. E. A. T. E. R. This is a noun from the fourteenth century one and oval or circular building with rising tiers of seats ranged about an open space and used in ancient Rome especially for contests and spectacles not the spectacles that you wear in front of your eyes but a spectacle in the sense that it is a big thing to watch to a a very large auditorium to be a room with a gallery from which doctors and students may observe surgical operations. You may have seen that sort of thing in an older T._v. shows and movies <hes> but I guess they still use them in in current ones as well to see a rising gallery in a modern theatre to d a flat or gently sloping areas surrounded by abrupt. Erupt slopes three a place of public entertainment as for games or concerts amphitheater Eric and Empha- theatrical are adjectives and amphitheater glee is an adverb now we have amphibian <hes> this is <hes> Noun from fifteen sixty seven. It is spelled capital A.. M. P. H. I. T. R. Y.. O. N. The husband of ALC- mean or Alchemy a. l. c. m. e. n. e.. I am not familiar with that although God I probably read it when I was in the A._l.. I don't remember I read a lot of these words. All right moving on we have amphora could also be pronounced amp free or amphorae. I feel like I'm singing that word how Di da Di da Buddha but at that I'm terrible with words <hes> all right Amphora a. m. p. the H.. O. R. A. VIS is a noun from the fourteenth century one and ancient Greek jar or vase with a large oval body narrow cylindrical neck and two handles that rise almost to the level of the mouth health and broadly such a jar or vase used elsewhere in the ancient world to a to handle the vessel shaped like an Amphora. I'm curious to know why this word and <hes>. Another word like amphitheater why they have the A. M. P. H. or A.. M. P. H. I. Prefix <hes> typically that means on both sides of some kind <hes> amphitheater. I don't really understand why hi it's used that way. I'm sure there was some reason back when the word was created for these old ancient Greek or Roman <hes> theaters <hes> Amphora maybe because it has two handles. I'm not sure <hes> but I might have to go. Look those up on that etymology website a right next. We have amphotericin A.. M. P. H. O. T. E. R. I see this is an adjective from circa eighteen forty nine partly one and partly the other specifically capable of reacting chemically either as an acid or as a base this is from the Greek amphotericin which means each of two of that is from 'em foe which means both and and there's more at the word or the Prefix Ambi a. m. b. i. now we have amphotericin B <hes> so be is kind of its own word. AMPHOTERICIN is A.. M. P. H.. O. T. E. R. I C. I.. N. and this is a noun from nineteen fifty five an Antifungal antibiotic obtained from a soil streptomycetes and used especially to treat systemic fungal infections the. <unk> streptomycetes <hes> scientific name is <hes> streptomycetes no dough seuss next. We have amp H._r. a._M._p.. Next Word H. R. This is an abbreviation for ampere hour which re read a couple of episodes ago now. We have ampicillin A.. M. P. C.. I L L I n this is a noun from nineteen sixty one a penicillin C sixteen the h nineteen n three four s that is effective against gram negative and gram positive bacteria and is used to treat various infections of the urinary respiratory and Intestinal Donald Tracks now. We have the word ample a. m. p. l. e. visit an adjective from the fifteenth century one generous or more than adequate in size scope or capacity as in there was room for an ample garden too generously sufficient to satisfy a requirement or need as in they had ample money for the trip three. We have these synonyms buxom and portly as in an ample figure synonyms are spacious and plentiful ample. Notice is a noun and amply is an adverb. Now we have an plexus. S. A. M. P. L. E. X. U.. S. This is a noun from Circa nineteen twenty seven the mating embrace of a frog or toad during which eggs are shed into the water and their fertilized. I guess it could also say and fertilize there but maybe that's not as proper English. This is from Latin it means embrace. It's from employees to embrace and that is made <hes> combining am <unk> or Arab which means a round plus planetary which means to braid and there's more at the word Ambi and ply P. L. Y.. I would love to memorize a lot of these words like amp lexus but I probably won't right last word for this episode is amplification a relatively normal word amongst all these relatively not normal words a. m. p. l. i. f.. I C. A.. T. I O. A win. <hes> this is a noun from fifteen forty six one eight and act example or product of amplifying one be a usually massive replication of genetic material and especially the of a gene or DNA sequence as in a polymerase chain reaction to a the particulars by which a statement is expanded to be an expanded statement alright that definition..
"ampicillin" Discussed on Here & Now
"She's also founder of her viewpoint and online women's Health Forum so Dr Shepherd Start with basics ladies. We know he needs to keep the private parts. Clean like your mother said Wipe Front to back. KEEP BACTERIA WAY. Give us some of the basics yeah you know what we see in women typically that they actually will have more urinary tract infections than males and that's because just the anatomy of the Urethra and it has a little bit more access. I guess you can say to the outside world than you would see in the male anatomy <hes> so what we are seeing as one in pregnancy is another reason why you'd see more urinary tract infections as well so many times is due to something that was acquired you know in the genital urinary tract area but now that we're seeing something that could be food-borne especially when it comes to e.. Coli can be a very big issue because that's something that we really haven't encountered before and now looking at the treatments for that that's where we have some of the issues so be aware that you you know now could possibly get a U._T._i.. From E. Coli from chicken for instance so that's new for many women but it always has been treated by drugs and now we're reading so many of these infections are resistant to the two most common drugs ampicillin and backstrom. Oh yeah absolutely you know some of the things that we've noticed since I guess you insists that since the advent of penicillin say is that we typically no when there's an infection a certain part of the body. We know what anybody onyx are going to do really well with that infection. What's going to help clear them up so now we're running into the issue? Not only how you get a urinary tract infection is how you actually treat it and so what we're finding is what we call a anti biotic resistance and so that really encounters when we have any -biotics that are typical for treating typical infection that's not working and and what we're seeing now is that as we start to have different types of urinary tract infections is now. We're not having the antibiotics to cover those and that's where we're incurring more problem in what we're seeing more women being admitted to the hospital or having more severe urinary tract infection that can go all the way up to the kidney and we understand that one way of finding out which drug for sure will effectively treat the infection you have is a culture you know you grow the bacteria find out what it is but that can take time absolutely and that's the difference between being able to treat when someone comes into the office with symptoms or even if he do something savviest telemedicine and having those characteristics symptoms of a urinary tract infection the issue now is even if we do treat those over the phone sending sending a prescription for the patient we can't get very good coverage because these antibiotics are not covering the urinary tract infection so you had said something earlier about the bacteria changing and bacteria actually very smart and so when they haven't antibiotic that they have that can push away that infection when we have too many people who are taking antibiotics that are not for the intended use that it is. That's bacteria can actually change its coding and therefore be resistant to Dana -biotics that we use yeah so perhaps take a culture so you can be sure that you're getting a drug that matches the strain of the infection that you have and in the meantime the New York Health Department is so concerned about this resistance. They've got a new mobile APP that.
"ampicillin" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye
"You listen. He's back. So before we spoke with Chris, Dr Riley, you're explaining bacterial warfare. And how bacteria sins are like guided missiles, I'm sorry, but little. No. I knew that gets zoom. Do you know what happens when you presume Corey, I know what happens apprec- Persia Lewin me? But before we go there, I presumed that bacteria killing their own species. They might kill a sub species, or a nearby genetically nearby species, but you're saying it would be wrong with that. Presume that's why we're talking about this. So did they deploy directionally? So think about it this way. You have coli living on the mucin in your gut, and it's happily chomping away from Yusen. It's that lie MU McCoy lining of June. Cordy lining. Yeah. That's right. Got a little mucus just kind of flooring, all of your clippings, making it all nice and smooth and bliss, Andy and any colour just happily munching away. And let's say that at lunch, you ate some slightly raw hamburger meat and anew E coli entered. Your gut it has to do two things. It has to survive in your gut, which it's evolved to do, but also has to find a space in your gut. And if other e-coli are there it can't get in. So what it does is it produces a bacteria that will kill just those strains of e-coli releasing that environment for them to now, invade, and also, if you're going to if you're back, you're, you're gonna make a molecule, you wanna make an efficient molecule, you don't want you want to overdo it, because it takes energy, your bacterial resources, right? Exactly. And so these guys only do this, they only make these molecules when they're stressed out by their neighbors by their close. Neighbours stressed out. The neighbors are competing for the same exactly shorter. Whatever stressed the in the environment, they feel so it could be just nutrients are depleted, or oxygen levels are low or high whatever bothers them peg, I want to back up here for a second because you were talking about. You don't want to mow down your microbiome want. You don't want to clear out all these beneficial bacteria that air in your body, but that first problem, the big problem of antibiotic resistance to bacteria since help you against that. Don't do that. The bacteria then develop resistance to the bacteria as well. Absolutely. They will. And that's where we have to be a little bit smarter. Now, if you look at the evolution of bacteria sins, the bacteria have survived using these most every species, uses them, and what they do is they have a huge panel of them. And so you you're constantly selecting for a new protein that can do the job better. So in the human parallel, you have antibiotics and we have the first one penicillin great thing till. It's not ampicillin. Tetracycline Oxy tetracycline. And we invent or discover one after the other because of resistance the bacteria don't have to wait for that. They have tons of these proteins for billions of years. Johnny. Yeah. So what they do is they, they just cycle through them and it's actually Kintu rock paper scissors the bacteria play game where they bring in new protein resistance evolves. The producer disappears and now being resistant can be costly and so- sensitivity involves. And then a new producer comes in and it just cycles round around the premise of your bit. If I understand it is to addenda fi the bacterium with, which I am infected than show up with the proper bacteria Zain. That's right. We have another caller, Chelsea. Are you out there? Hello. Where are you calling from Chelsea? I'm calling from Minnesota. Well, that's a big place. Are you allowed to tell us specifically where in Minnesota? Thank cloud. Minnesota like central Minnesota like right in the middle not far from the source of the of the Mississippi River. No, I live right next to it. Next to it is, for me is a lot like not far so cool..
"ampicillin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Ninety nine one Washington. Bloomberg eleven three oh in New York in early morning, San Francisco. Good morning, and we're thrilled. You're this unserious XM channel one nineteen across Canada. And across this nation is well London and all of you on the digital products worldwide. Getting in lots of cricket emails. So somebody is watching. We're. We not covering cricket again. No. We're not we've beat that to death row Goodwin. Sure. That he was with us his book the third pillar. I'll do a big splash on that as well. The new slow this morning is extraordinaire, not going to dive into it now because we've got an esteemed guests with us. But but but John Farrell the prime minister, I believe is speaking with serious lines. The president is flying to Vietnam are Stephen Engle, Kevin cirilli are in Hanoi. And we've got in Kashmir out of nowhere. And this is way Sears are. Ian Marlow in New Delhi was adamant that distinction now of India, Pakistan and Kashmir is the use of airplanes. And this is a different. I mean, there's some real tension there. So what's the latest? Pakistan is professor Roger and said Pakistan is being calmer and quiet after the incursion of India after the bomb that blew up a number of days ago and killed soldiers. It's going to be a lot of pressure on president. Count. Exactly crooked here. Why don't you bring her? Cricket. Tastic former professional. Yeah. This could you bring her goes I can g which means he's wired the Oscars is he Why's that rich Greenfield's and the whole entertain our did rich. I after sturgeon-rich would have watched Walter does apple differences. Walter wass Julian watched it, I watched it. But rich really watched it in enjoyed. That's the difference. I think Julian Emmanuel enjoyed it too joins us. He runs their equity and derivative strategy. And it's great to have you with the studio massive run up in two thousand hundred V-shaped recovery. Not just in stocks, but across a variety of asset classes, what's behind it in your mind Judean, and why are we going to have the energy in the fuel for this to continue? Well, the catalyst aside from the deep profound oversold at the end of last year is that when they did the Oscars next year the guy that should win best actor is probably Jerome Powell giving his. Performance in in January. There's no question about the fact that when you look at the fed changing tack that that is a very material tailwind for stocks globally for the FX markets, and ultimately for someone like China who is in their own easing mode sort of competitively more able to do so because they're getting flexibility from the fed. The question is too far too fast. We actually like to see a little bit of a break in the rally. It's getting to the point where you could get a performance chase. And when we think about performance chases that have happened early in the year, we think about you know, times like nine hundred ninety nine and two thousand nine hundred eighty seven they didn't end terribly. Well, what we want to see is a little bit more at perhaps decorum coming into the market and let the data catch up to where the fundamentals. Could be and where the asset prices base case that the data does validate some the moves which sing. It will in our view, but it may not happen until late in the second quarter or even in the third quarter. This is soft. Patch John this is so important. I've been using the number thirty one percent is sort of the December down in up a percentage move. I just did it from October with the S and P five hundred and John downing up is been a thirty six point one percent round the full range for range that's five hundred ninety seven s and p points down four hundred and sixty five SNP spin ampicillin. I've never I can honestly say I've never seen that outside of recessionary conditions as well at America. Which makes it even more fascinating. We've had a few of these Jillian over the psycho twenty eleven two thousand twelve fifteen sixteen and the experience of eighteen nineteen. Why is this one different? This is so. Definitely different first of all as as Tom pointed out, the speed and the ferocity both the upside and the downside and actually using derivatives knowledge. What was amazing to us is at the end of last year. Downside put protection actually got cheaper. In my experience. I've never seen that. Because that what that tells you is that it was just straight out liquidation of everything of stocks of commodities of of option protection. And so the by that standard, the corresponding rebound, given the fact that the fed helped catalyze it is been appropriately strong. I'm always really interested by what the consensus is the consensus shifts. What informs it is the consensus view quickly becoming unique to fight this strength, and therefore is the pain trade the ultimately this grinding higher. What did you think of that Julian the pain trade is definitely that the market continue higher? No question about that. In general sort of again starting the year people came in underinvested people continue to be underinvested very cautious particularly since the data. If anything has deteriorated at the margin, Jillian, I don't want you to come in a Macy's, particularly I no you don't do individual stocks. But you look at the creative destruction and retail all you need to know. Folks is venerable Macy's to streamline management structure in productivity plan, and they're putting a positive spin on it. But let's just say there's basic chaos in retail as a general statement is well, how do you as a general strategists synthesize the creative destruction going on industry the industry CVS Aetna? The other day were you long craft. You know, I'll leave that to the world. Yeah. Okay. He'll lead the world. Ooh. Doc. CBS craft now Macy's with a massive upper management restructuring as well. How do you do creative structure to creative destruction when you're generalist strategist? Well, it's been the story of the last probably fifteen years, certainly with the rise of technology. And the question is this far into the cycle. You know, do you have a company where you feel that management is developing a strategy or a series of alternatives given the shift in the landscape number one and number two. Valuations is a general strategy this American corporations do they have the ability to cut costs or they so tied to the bone. They can't cut anymore. Now, we think there's still an ability to cut costs. But as you've seen the desire would be not to do that. Particularly since there's enough cash to be able to fund growth. The problem is is that we've got to clear up some of the politics, increasingly frustrated by the corporate happy talk streamline the management structure in the productivity plan is that. Uh-huh. Is that job cuts? What is that? But they won't say I'm reading this. Say it what is that? It's it's certainly is job cuts the sanitized version, but look at the look at the labor market, those people are going to find jobs elsewhere one hundred and thirty thousand employees, but to your point John I'm looking at the four or five paragraphs here, and it's sort of like Brexit. I really can't figure out the extension of difficult. But I think it touches on an important thing. Three this year people's estimates for sales on the S and P five hundred actually haven't come down dramatically as the estimates runnings, and it seems to be a big focus a laser focus on Jerry, and on margins and cutting costs out and focusing on margins wise, March in such a big issue for twenty nine thousand nine well, there's been this ongoing obsession with the tightness in the labor market, which we think is actually sort of an over action. We think the fed agrees with that. But at the. End of the day. If you're uncertain about where your growth is going to come from. And you know that you've got to deliver a better bottom line year on year. You've got to think about cutting very quickly the Jones good question are we misjudging margins as we've done for the last twenty years or we misjudging the revenue get over the next twelve months. Well, I think margins have been one of those issues it's sort of like, you know, the demise of China or the the implosion moment we've been. Right. We've been looking for for ten years. It hasn't come or, you know, the demise of the dollar as the world's reserve currency margins continue to stay elevated because ultimately companies as to your point earlier are finding ways of adapt to the twenty first century didn't get to see you. Chief equity and derivative strategist always catch up the Chilean to get some markets till we should through things for our audience worldwide futures just little to down five points on the S and P five hundred negative just under two tenths of one percent. This is Bloomberg. Now, the news in New York City. Here's Michael Barr. Thank you very much, Tom. Thank you very much..
"ampicillin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Picnics, the Genesis communications network from make this show happen things at Daniel is working the dials. Sorry. Vic, thanks to you all for tuning. And we really really really do create it to follow us on Twitter. Dr Dalia in on Facebook, the doctor Dali show, so Johnson and Johnson is gonna start listing drug prices in TV commercials. This is something that the Trump administration has been urging I think other administrations to in terms of drug transparency, and according to CNBC Johnson and Johnson said yesterday, did it will start giving the list price of its prescription drugs in television ads and they're apparently going to be the first drug maker to take the steps you have smart if it's going to happen. Try to be the first one a WalMart is brilliant with this because any time they see something coming around the bed. They'll be the first ones to do what they get the media. They get the applause. They get the Quan. And they it's something they were going to have to do. Anyway. And there it allows them to be proactive, and it's smart, and I think they were going to do it. Anyway, I don't think they're doing it just for marketing. But if you see something coming around, the bend preemptively get on the bandwagon and try to be the first once you get the so, you know, you get the. The promotion of it. So here's Johnson and Johnson who have taken huge hits over the years with a variety of issues that they've had well start being transparent. What they're popular blood thinners Durell to-. That's Scott white ahead of Johnson and Johnson North American pharmaceutical marketing by late March commercials are going to give the pills list price, plus typical out of pocket costs. The information is going to appear onscreen at the end of the commercial anecdote a website where people can enter insurance information to get more specific costs. Now how much does the rental costs without insurance according to CNBC four hundred fifty to five hundred forty per month. So there's blood thinners Araujo as kind of prevented people from needs to be on the Kuban for certain conditions where you have to have the blood it doesn't necessarily fit in the blood. It just prevents certain clotting factors from making from Klotz. So what prevents you from making blood clots? So is route though has been phenomenal. Now as one of the most popular medications. But at five hundred pop five hundred bucks a month at six thousand a year that's pretty expensive. Now, we're being told that one million Sorrento prescriptions are filled in the US each month. One million prescriptions every month. So they say Johnson Johnson's move comes amid this growing scrutiny of these soaring, drug prices and Trump administration has been very vocal about requiring list prices and TV ads. Now, of course, the pharmaceutical industry opposes that. And they say few people actually pay these list prices. And I'm going to talk about that. I mean, they're both right. And they see some people's out of pocket costs though are based on the list price. So the main drug maker trade group recommends TV ads start listing website that gives possible out of pocket costs and lowest prices ally. Lovely started doing that for their diabetes medicine. Tra- listening. All right. So the big question, I always get. And then we'll talk about this. With the transparency is a why the heck is one medication three times more than the exact same medication? Exact same medication another country like Canada or England or Mexico. And the answer to that is is. The drug companies will try to make money where they can. And I'm not saying this with an evil connotation. Okay, drugs cost a hell of a lots of make. We've talked about that it costs millions and millions and millions of dollars and years of research to make a drug once you make the drug the marketing of it fraction of the cost. But. They need to recoup that cost if they sink millions of dollars into making Sorrento Ed trust me that cost a lot of money to make no doubt about it. They now need to recoup their losses. Whether the company takes alone, whether they have evolved they depleted, but it costs money, scientists aren't cheap manufacturers company sterile. Rooms, you know, reverse filtration all the other stuff that you need. It is very very expensive. Then all the FDA regulations stalls installs and puts, you know, you know, adds extra time before you could start recouping your money. I'm not feeling sorry for them. But this is just the the the truth of the matter. Then the medication comes out, and they need to get it out there. Now, they only have X amount of years before it goes off patent and becomes generic. Once. It goes generic the only money they could recoup is those being sold under brand name. Once it goes generic, they don't get, you know, like the original maker of amoxicillin, amok soul or whatever it's I you know, that that ship has sailed. Generic amoxicillin? It's out there. That company has to move on to new drugs. Nobody even knows who was the company that I came out with the mock Cicilline or ampicillin, nobody remembers now z pack. We all remember, it's Pfizer. And but most of the time now, you're not gonna disea- pack. You're getting the generic so another company's making the money now Pfizer. So these pharmaceutical companies are hoping they recoup the money that they could now Canada England Mexico. The government gets very involved in prices and keeps prices very very low. So there's an argument that pharmaceutical companies lose money, and they don't really make money on the drugs that are overseas. Or across the border. So in hopes of making their money back. Any market that allows them to have a higher drug prices. They will now people say, well, that's a problem with the free market. It's not a free market though, who is controlling the amount of money. A pharmaceutical company gets for their drug the insurance companies very rarely do people pay cash for there's rental. Usually the average person on Sorrento's on Medicare. So the government pays so whatever Medicare decides and allows right for that company to make. That's what they get. So it's a little fascist where somebody is deciding what you get now America's been a little bit more liberal in terms of their pricing. Because big pharma has a lot of lobbyists. And I think some of the powers that be realized that we kind of need the pharmaceutical companies to still make these new drugs, and if they're not making the money, they're not going to do the research now with the Affordable Care Act. They decided to take a big. Smack a big blow to big pharma. And what did we notice we notice less orangey? We notice a lot of less superbugs coming around the bed. We noticed when he Bola outbreak king. You didn't really see a bunch of people jump raising their hands saying I'll make an drug. So the hesitation on new drugs and drugs that will be reimbursed while as a problem. And so far more cynical companies are worried that somebody will say, well, you know, in Mexico you vice a relative for five bucks or in Canada. You can buy it for twenty. That scares the hell out of the pharmaceutical company because they will not recoup what they put into the drug if they're only getting five or twenty dollars per prescription. That's why we're in the problem that we're in. So. I don't think medication should be costing somebody five hundred a month to me. That means the medication. Just isn't is it doable. But with insurance it could be doable. And Sorrento was save lives. I mean, the old days you would die. I mean, if you had a condition that puts you at risk for clots strokes. You would just get it. You know? I mean, we did the best we could if you didn't have the medication to afford it. Sorry. Now, we're like, okay. Well, we'll make sure it's paid for it. So when you put the list price that list price is and I told you insurance companies may eighty percent on the Dow eighty cents on the dollar or fifty cents on dollar twenty cents on the dollar. So you have to overshoot. So that you don't undershoot is a relative of one hundred and insurance companies like I would have paid you one fifty. They don't wanna make that mistake. So they're going to overshoot. The problem is is you can't give people different prices based on what you got to pay. You gotta come up with that list price. And then you've got to stick with it. That's a story and that you're sticking to it. So now these ads kind of forcing these companies to say, okay? You know, it costs a thousand dollars a month. It's a little misleading. But then again, if that's the price you as a consumer will pay without insurance. You do have a right to know. So that's where this gets tricky. I I agree, and I'm for transparency, and you know, in how much something's gonna cost you before you start investing into it's your time and your and your health. But.
"ampicillin" Discussed on KGO 810
"Eight hundred two two two five two two two. Dr drew. And you can get it. Right. Three hundred fifty two five to two of the first shows asking for the break was if you were prescribed cannabis, let's say should you be using in front of your kids? I will tell you my basic orientation is whatever you do in front of your kids. Even if it's a prescribed medication. You were issuing a licence for your kids to start where you left off way of thinking about it, or at least at least do what you've done right, damned if you if you assume they're not going to. Believe me, they will call you a hypocrite. And that's how my retire brains work, which is it's hypocritical. Why would you do that? What do you say about alcohol was the same thing? If you don't expect your kids to try to use alcohol, do not do not allow the house. Now, there's a little bit of a wrinkle, their we could we you can say, hey, when you're an adult, and it's legal allow any other illegal activities in my house. No. So you're not going to drink here could use alcohol. It's illegal, but you're an adult of legal age. That's your choice. Same thing with any other substance. You can say it's not legal you you have a little wrinkle little wiggle room pot. But again, they will use these things if they see you using guarantee you they will it's funny in in our household how we talk about things 'cause I'm Cain sees daddy. And our babysitter drinking coffee or coke, and I don't drink coke, and I don't drink coffee, but they see them in there. Like, what's that? And we're like, oh, that's coffee and Coca Cola. Those are caffeine and caffeine is for you know, kids don't drink caffeine like that. We don't introduce it to them and like oh it's caffeine. Those that's for adults. And we're like, yeah. And then daddy once in a while, we'll have a beer, but very rarely a couple times a month. They might see him drink it. And they're like, oh, that's that's like that's daddy's beer or whatever. And they know that that that's definitely an adult thing. I don't drink. They don't juice idea the Europeans will defensively go. We teach people how we teach our kids. We dilute the wine over there. They're seven years old at the table. The alcoholism incidents in Europe is off the charts. They have the highest incidence of deaths from liver disease. This business about them teaching kids how to use alcohol if the kids have the genetic potential it explodes. Because of that ninety percent of alcohol is get there. I drink in the home. And it's important that you do not do that. You do not do that. I cannot say that strongly this idea that you, hey, you can do it here but not at school, but you can do it in. A horrible horrible horrible idea. It's been disproven again. And again, and again, it's amazing. How the you know, how they always say. Oh, apple doesn't fall far from the tree. And I never I I mean, I understand that. And you see it, and I see it with my parents. But until you have care. It's really incredible. Yes. Everything you say, everything you do what you like things that you don't even realize you do your mannerisms you turn around. And you're like where did you learn that? Oh what I do. It's a made. I mean, your three year old picks everything up your my five year old everything just it's amazing. The sponge that they are in. You're right, everything you do everything you say where you eat. What you do what you drank what you like they copy everything. But the teenagers pretend a special way of thinking, which is you know, if you don't allow me to do what you do you're a hypocrite therefore to do it. And that's the way teenagers think. And so your job is to anticipate that you also shouldn't talk to your kids about what you if unless you're an alcoholic addict recovery. Then you tell the kids everything and you include them in the recovery process. They're part of the treatment process. But if you do not, and you would like through kids to be absent, that's your choice. But if you want your kids to be absence through adolescence, don't tell them what you did. Or didn't do anything you? Tell them is issuing a licence to. Now, I'm not don't ever lie to your kids don't ever lie. But you don't have to answer every question. What did you do with a mom? What did you do? Say like you like, hey, here's what I expect of. You are not gonna discuss what I did. Or didn't do right now. Here's what I expect from you. That means it doesn't matter. We're not going to discuss it right now and that has a markedly different effect on their choices markedly different. Jason go ahead. Hey, did you. I do not think it is good for parents to the open with cannabis in front of their kids as ten years ago. I started smoking urban fit or I'm sorry eleven years ago at fifteen only because I was introduced to it at a concert with my my mom. So I don't know how my life would have been differently. If I didn't start smoking early. I might have smoked started, Irv anyways. But I, you know, I just don't think it's I think it should be left alone until the kids are adults until the brain fully develops because you really don't know the full effects on developing brain. It's there's grave concerns about it. But what are you looking at it as a kid seeing your mom? Do it you assumed? Well, that's what I do. Right. Actually, I never saw her do it. It just happened to be Bruce Springsteen concert we slow together. And then as I got older we started to smoke together. And I really thought it ended up turning our. And it'd be more like a friendship in a way. And that's exactly relationship you want to have with your kids, especially when they're younger. That's great. That's also not good. That's. A lot of parents were doing for a while there. She's a great mother, by the way. No, I understand. But there was a fear. There was a fear in certain parents. And there I'm seeing this in college administrative of being an adult and telling kids what to do because they were so rebellious antisocial, you know, they're in the sixties and seventies is all about through casting off the yoke of previous generation don't trust anybody over thirty sixty. And and now the they are over thirty. They're fearful they're fearful they're going to be seen by the young people is not cooler. That's not your job. Your job is to be an adult. And in this case, we're talking about whether or not smoking cannabis in front of your kids are good or bad idea. I can tell you for sure it's issuing a licence for them to pick up right there. Now, if you don't have that fear, by the way, my job is to be a parent. No, I know. Yeah. I'm not worried about if I'm cooler, not my kid my responsibilities. Be apparent raise them to be a good kid. A good set of good human being. So what you did or didn't shortcomings that you made you talk to them about that. When you're an adult what you make clear to them as they're developing is what your expectations are just make him super clear, and I'm telling you, they will go that means you have totally different effects on their choices than if you say, well, I made some bad choices when I was seventeen I regretted tell them that when they're twenty five, but don't tell them before that it's fine to bond over those choices later, but if you're trying to help them if you're trying to help them develop be very clear never lie don't ever lie to your kids. But you don't have to answer every question. Rod go ahead. I answered the questions that my kid would pose kids would pose to me when they're in their teenagers, particularly came to drug use. I never clarified the use of it. And I let them know. This is how it separated me from my family, the damage it did to those that I love, and even those of my friends, are you a recovering person if I might ask. Oh, no, no, no. I used you know, while I was in my teenage years, but quit at early early drug abuse got it. It was not drug abuse that is drug abuse that is drug abuse. Well, it's not addiction that's drug abuse using Ulysses using substances to get high is drug abuse. That's just a definition. Okay. I agree with you on that say, hey, it's not somebody to agree or disagree on. That's just definition. Just that's not addiction. It's substance use drug abuse. That's just what that is. When you use things that are not a therapeutic value that could be harmful to you that you're doing on your own and you're young that's drug abuse. As what they disagree. Quick question, though out you after someone turns it as recreational use that you can use anything you can use the term you want. It's just this. What it is. It's it's there. You you want? I mean, it's I it is a substance use. The question is is that substance use disorder to the point that there's really clinical issue there, or is it just somebody abusing substance abusing a substance. Okay, alcohol. We all we all of us alcohol, right? Oh, yeah. I mean, it's it's not a pejorative term in my mind is just a thing. It's just people use humans mammals tend to use substances, and humans do of course as well. Mine is I was glad I was up front with my kids 'cause I think helped prevent drastic wrong road. So they would have taken to ask them if they still use. Oh, because I'm going to bet that they experimented to the point that you did I'm going to bet because that's usually what kids do we've already had that conversation. And you know, they tried pot. And that was it did not go any further than balance. Good eight hundred two two two eight hundred two two two five two two two. It's it's a little more challenging though to talk about what to do if it's a prescription cannabis prescription. Right. What do you do then because they make it seem like, it's okay? It's been prescribed right? Dr. Let's say for instance, I would say that using vicodin in front of your children terrible idea. I mean, that's also a terrible. Yeah. I think there should be under lock and key. And you should make a big deal about how dangerous Allman we are just using Bukit in are you talking about the actual act of putting the pill air mouth and being high on vicodin in front of your kid. You know what I'm saying? Because some people you can't tell people like me, I'm you know, I'm I can take a quarter of a vicodin, and I'm like, hi because I'm very sensitive to that stuff. So I try not to take it. But. People can hide and take a pill without anybody saying, correct. But the the point is that we have lived in a society where pharmaceutical agents have become far too. Casual right, people think it's like taking Tylenol or Advil. Highly noise should be everything you should be thinking about these are these are pharmacological extra physiological chemicals. We're putting in our body. I my dad was a family practitioner, and he I remember I took antibiotics once my entire life. Good data, and he made like a big deal. Like here we go. It's I cope. This is worth it. It was like this big like moment. It's almost like really to ampicillin. Yeah. Because he he drilled into my head that the risk of taking this chemical better be worth it. And we now we assume these chemicals are gonna have superbugs now that almost antibiotics work. That's a weird. Three or destroying the the microbiome in the world with antibiotics number one. But number two, we have decided that pills and chemicals are going to solve all our problems. Instead of fixing the problem with us. We'll forget fixing problems have an ordinary misery. Oh, yeah. There's something called ordinary misery that humans. Yeah. Tolerate. It's actually good for us to have some ordinary misery gives you a little grit deal with it. You can handle it. That's exactly right. And and so I'm one of those people actually I I don't I don't like to take things. I don't like to take Advil or townhall. Chris Latam walks around with handfuls of Admiral on his pocket because he's in the military. Always give you the big eight hundred milligrams Erbil for his kidneys. Really? He's he's actually gotten over it. He doesn't like to take them anymore. Because of that issue of you know, in military, they give you Advil forever. The big, you know, pro fell for everything I'm one of those people I got a headache, and he'll take some Advil. I'm like, no, it's all right. I just drink smarter lay down just try to you know, put the shades down in the room. And he's like, why don't you take something for that? I'm like, I just don't need. I don't feel like I need to pay Advil. Clinically recently. I've been I've been thinking about. In dealing with some depressed people in and I was resistant to use medication because I thought you know, this so much more. We can do before we go to medication in terms of psychotherapy and take Ryan running and exercising and just turning. You're getting your mood. It's remarkable how effective that all is..
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"Jeff, thanks for joining us. Daniel pleasure to speak with you again gonna talk about. It's. Average to develop new anti-infective. We're going to be using some terms like immunotherapy drug Tonj against terms. Think people associated with cancer Serapis as you think about the types of diseases you're dressing. Do you think the problems has been the lack of innovation into development of therapies? Oh, absolutely in infectious disease. That's clearly the case, you know, if we focus on antibac- Cheerios all the currently available antibacterial drugs, and even many of those currently in development are directed against the same set of targets that the antibacterial drugs from the forties through you know, just recently have been directed against. So there have not been any real fundamentally new approaches, and when you boil it down real simplistically there have been really two approaches to treat or prevent bacterial infections one is to use a small molecule, drug Hannah, Cillian ampicillin are names that should be familiar to to everybody or evac scene where you amplified the immune system. What? We're trying to do at Sigua is really inspired by what's happening in in you know, on college. But at the same time, it's combining that approach of having a small molecule drug directed against target. But then engaging the human immune system to help amplify that affect if we think about just antibiotics alone. What's the opportunity for development? That's how big is the neat. Well to Norma Snead primarily because of the rise of multi-drug-resistant bacteria in the simultaneous decrease in the number of new drugs being developed, so that's a bad combination. As many of your audience will probably know large pharmaceutical companies have largely discontinued the discovery and development of new antibacterial drugs, and it's up to small companies to take up the reins and innovate in this. Field insiders, definitely one of those companies we've seen some incentives be put into place to encourage the development of new antibiotics in the face of the rise of superbugs and the movement of drug developer's away from from that area as someone who's been in this space for a while. Have you seen the landscape change any positively? It has changed in a positive way starting with the passage of a gain act back in two thousand twelve this received bipartisan support in congress. And in the Senate, the something that is increasingly rare. But I think it's a testimony to how this urgent need is being perceived by legislators that was really helpful because it provided in additional five years of patent exclusivity for drugs that meet the criteria of the gain act also allowed for priority with us so at expedited review and presumably the approval of these drugs. Generally, the industry's use that as a fantastic start. There are several companies that exist today that would not exist. If not for the gain act. However, it doesn't address the main problem in this their eunuch area. And that is 'imbursement, you know, it's been it's very challenging to for companies to get reimbursed to to provide new drugs. You know, there's a thing called the RG drug related group reimbursement where hospital pharmacy gets a fixed payment, and it's in their best interest to keep that six payment to treat a patient. And consequently, there's a very strong incentive to use the cheapest drug as opposed to the most innovative and affective drugs, and that challenge has resulted in some disappointing commercial. Launches of antibiotics and investors see that both private investors, like venture capitalists and public institutional investors, and it's getting increasingly difficult to finance small companies from.
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"I've still a long and still stupidly taking more office breaks the horrible paralysis ampicillin hurts will be the starting quarterback at a desert beat he's going to start game want but i do think nick staporn is gonna reward jail inherited his consistency in not just tantalizing because he had one bad half of football everybody's going to say crazy tool can throw the football but guess what what you saw in the championship game is what you're going to get to talk about lower until he but tours he threw one pick it probably should've through another one yeah he made a couple of spectacular throws but it's the inconsistency of him that bothers nick say the knicks safin loves to know what he's gonna get because if he knows what he's going to get heating coast the hell out of anybody in america you cannot coach anyone paul and i think the inconsistency of two or is what scares which is why in my opinion when the ones breakdown when when when you go i left only levin is spring paul general her took it the first star the first reps with once i was on a programme earlier today in alabama and they they raise they brought summing up which i thought was happening but i wasn't harbours ensure but it but they said with a burton burns being moved off the field that there there is no longer a coach on the alabama staff yogurt that was coaching in the national championship game two years ago against clemson now obviously some some some guys have left for a for head coaching jobs others for the end the nfl we all know the kiffan story but that.
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"To stay on your parent's plan until you're 26 this is a way that republicans can go back to their base in back to their donors and say we actually did something after voting and failing to repeal obamacare for seven years we've finally took a really a mortal blow at it even though this will probably caused premiums according to the cbo premiums to go up by an average of ten percent and that could open up republicans to being blamed for that they still feel on the hull this is a good thing for them politically how desperate are republicans to pass psalm piece of major legislation before two thousand seventeen is dog oh they absolutely have to pass this tax bill this has become almost an existential bill for them that's why it's barreling along so fast they have to pass it they have to be able to go home to voters and say we can cover and to there to there donors as well lindsey graham mother senator from south carolina said the other day were going to lose donations if we don't pass absolutely donors have put them on notice show you can govern our work closing our walls borrowers a pleasure thank retirement thank you npr national political correspondent mara liasson some other news now hurricane damage from puerto rico is being felt in hospitals across the rest of the united states that's because a lot of medical devices are manufactured in puerto rico in fact more than one hundred plants there do that kind of work or did that kind of work until hurricane maria struck a couple of months ago production as you may expect is down and the manufacturers have a long way to go to return to full capacity allison kojak reports that's causing shortages on the mainland admits tara washington hospital center doctors and nurses are moving as many patients as they can from iv medications to the same drugs in pill form if they're available ampicillin on catholics has a equivalent so yeah coming in annex buddy levin is the head of pharmacy services for all ten mad star hospitals she says there's a shortage across the country of iv bags specifically socalled many bags that are used to.
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"To stay on your parent's plan until you're 26 this is a way that republicans can go back to their base and back to their donors and say we actually did something needing age and failing to repeal obamacare for seven years we've finally took a really a mortal blow at it even though this will probably caused premiums according to the cbo premium to go up by an average of ten percent and that could open up republicans to being blamed for that they still feel on the whole this is a good thing for them politically how desperate are republicans to pass psalm piece of major legislation before two thousand seventeen is dunk are they absolutely have to pass this tax bill this has become almost an existential bill for them that's why it's barrelling along so fast they have to pass it they have to be able to go home to voters and say we can govern and to there to there donors as well lindsey graham mother senator from south carolina said the other day were going to lose donations if we don't path absolutely donors have put them on notice show you can govern our workload are walls mara always a pleasure thank for talking thank you and bare national political correspondent mara liasson the news now damage from puerto rico is being felt in hospitals across the rest of the united states that's because a lot of medical devices are manufactured in puerto rico in fact more than one hundred plants there do that kind of work or did that kind of work until hurricane maria struck a couple of months ago production as you may expect is down and the manufacturers have a long way to go to return to full capacity allison kojak reports that's causing shortages on the mainland admits tara washington hospital center doctors and nurses are moving as many patients as they can from iv medications to the same drugs in pill form if there are available ampicillin is wine on catholics has a equivalent so in coming in of annex buddy levin is the head of pharmacy services for all ten mad star hospitals she says there's a shortage across the country of iv bags specifically socalled many bags that are used to.
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"Be blamed for that i still feel on the whole this is a good thing for them politically how desperate obligations to pass psalm piece of major legislation before two thousand seventeen is done oh they absolutely have to pass this tax bill this has become almost an existential bill for them that's why it's barrelling along so fast they have to pass it they have to be able to go home to voters and say we can govern and to there to there donors as well lynch mother john from south carolina said the other day we're going to lose donations if we don't pass absolutely donors have put them on notice show you can govern our were closing our morrogh it's a pleasure thank you tanya thank you and national political correspondent mara liasson some other news now hurricane damage from puerto rico from puerto rico is being felt in hospitals across the rest of the united states that's because a lot of medical devices are men your fractured in puerto rico in fact more than one hundred plants there do that kind of work did that kind of work until hurricane maria struck a couple of months ago production as you may expect is down and the manufacturers have a long way to go to return to full capacity alisyn kojak reports that's causing shortages on the mainland at mid started washington hospital thinner doctors and nurses are moving as many patients as they can from iv medications to the same drugs in pill form if they're available ampicillin is one on catholics has a equivalent so yeah conita addicts buddy levin is the head of pharmacy services for all ten med star hospitals she saw the shortage across the country of iv bags spiedini socalled many bags that are used to deliver medications some contain saline solution and others are premixed mixed with mattis said the plane bags the mixed bags there's and so the shortages of all kinds of a small volume medications so now the hospital staff has been told to change their habits and conserve lease the small bags to deliver many medications and some we can only deliver that way some there are other alternatives the shortage of the direct result of the hurricane damage in puerto rico they're more than a hundred drug and medical device plant on the island three of them belonged to baxter one of.
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"Least one person has been confirmed dead and at least ten injured after a vehicle strikes pedestrians outside a mosque in finsbury park london officials say one person is arrested in that two more suspects fled the scene we now during the jim bohannon show already in prague aggressive on six twenty wtmj mobile south analytics and let's turn the thou to venezuela which is a lot of serious problems of late denied not true that the things have got much better there heavy hall come on what qualification starting i'll pay no one country in latin america fine find that now mired and the effect of cry their and our political impasse and government would taken a very authoritarian turn on and off addition on and people buried get the fact that in a picket industry and a tent to affect and there is also an economic crisis at the with balch of economic mismanagement and lack of an economic vision of the last several years on what had caused an economic economy in print paul and the combination and though you factor have a humanitarian crisis the dow week not fair and can south america were talking about they added having a quelling which are now living in poverty eighty percent of the country not apply are lacking any big medical apply antibiotic ampicillin i went to beer full thought and again if you want a with country and south america really a tragedy to watch know there was a time over the years ago when you could look at the western hemisphere and with the exception of cuba it was pretty much a haven of free societies more or less stable and of that there is still largely drew but not entirely there's been some backsliding what has caused that well aware couple of the bill to lesser extent neck the cow on what you find a glutton american gripped by three related problem that birth to corruption and the region who biden down there political corruption scandal and what we're holding and brazil as a proportion but bitter fighting again across the country across the region from argentina killing to peru mexico guatemala panama in wide on and in for what is brought to the words that have been way going of of power and hiring corrupt political party is deeply ingrained in a very governing structure that countries and perhaps dating back at route dating back at a cornea whoa but you have political.
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"Welcome back to jim bohannon show tunisia tingle smith is a former foreign policy analyst of adviser with the us government and the she's the founder and principal analyst of global south analytics and let's turn the dow to venezuela which is a lot of serious problems of late denied not true the things of got much better there have they all know unfortunately naked starving i fellow one country in latin america find the find the now meyer than the thai fact outcry and a political impasse government will taken a very authoritarian turn on and apple opposition on and on people at feeling very the the fact that in a ticket to the street an attempt to affect tangled there is also an economic crisis the balch of economic mismanagement and lack of an economic vision of the last several years on what had caused an economic economy in free fall and the combination and though to factor has led to human of carrying the gala will we not bearing in south america were talking about a pandemic whelan which are now living in poverty eighty percent of the country faith but not medical apply are lacking any bank that medical supply antibiotic ampicillin beer full sought and again i want the country in south america really a tragedy to watch you know there was a time above the years ago when you could look at the western hemisphere and with the exception of cuba it was pretty much a haven of free societies more or less stable and that the is still largely true but not entirely there's been some backsliding what has caused that well aware couple of in the bill to a lesser extent mexico on what you find a latin american gripped by related problem the for corruption and the region spivey stomach political corruption scandal and what we're witnessing unfolding and with villa at proportion but bitter fighting again across the country across the region from argentina chile to peru mexico guatemala panama regionwide on and info what is gone what could or is that has been way grant of of power and hiring corrupt political party that deeply ingrained in a very governing structure that countries and perhaps dating.