The Emerging Threat of Untreatable Gonnococcal Infection.
Bolan GA, Sparling PF, Wasserheit JN
N Engl J Med 2012;366(6):485
This article was generated by the CDC and is about the increasing incidence of drug resistance of Neiseria gonorrhoeae, as well as the CDC’s newest recommendations for the treatment of gonorrhea. Gonorrhea has slowly and inexorably conquered an impressive list of antibiotics, including penicillin, tetracycline and, most recently, flouroquinalones. Currently, only two antibiotics remain for treatment of gonorrhea, and sure enough, signs of resistance to these two drugs are cropping up in Asia. Continue reading