Nose drops will help to stop meningitis
The first ever nose drops that contain “good” bacteria, can prevent meningitis. At the moment they are tested by the doctors.
British doctors are testing a unique nose drops that contain friendly bacteria the body. It is argued that these drops can prevent meningitis, which is considered one of the most dangerous infectious diseases, especially for children. This technique, developed by British scientists that involves the security and safety of the gene in a harmless kind of bacteria. This helps them to remain in the nose and creates an immune response. The authors of the method hope it will help to increase the content of bacteria called Neisseria lactamica, which protects the human body from its close relative Neisseria meningitidis bacteria-a strain that causes meningitis.
Approximately 10% of adults carry responsible for the meningitis bacteria in the back of your nose and throat, while not showing the slightest symptoms. However, in some cases, these bacteria can enter the bloodstream and cause a deadly bacterial infection, including sepsis and meningitis. Magicforum recalls that the meningitis recorded in people of all age groups, but especially often attacked the youngest children and the elderly.
Meningococcal meningitis, which is a bacterial type of disease and responsible for about 1,500 cases in the UK annually, and can cause death in just 4 hours after development of symptoms. That’s why it’s so important to have an effective means of treatment and prevention of this dangerous disease. (READ MORE)