Strain-Specific Probiotics – Part I: Differentiating Appropiate Probiotic Prescription Based On Clinical Presentation

Gastrointestinal infections and their consequences are a common clinical problem encountered by all doctors. Presently, there is a very real concern that scientists will no longer able to develop effective antibiotics at a sufficient rate to match the development of resistance toold antibiotics. Drug-resistant tuberculosis and invasive methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infections are two recent examples that may pose serious threats to global health.