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  • Antimicrobial wafers as a novel technology for infection control in chronic wounds. 

    Labovitiadi, Olga (Robert Gordon University School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, 2011)
    Bacterial contamination and persistent infection is a common cause of impaired wound healing. Generally, non-healing wounds display similar physiological features with regards to mixed bacterial flora, ischemia and production ...
  • Evaluation of the practice of veterinary pharmacy. 

    O'Driscoll, Noelle H.; Labovitiadi, Olga; Lamb, Andrew (Elsevier http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cptl.2015.06.017, 2015-09)
    O’DRISCOLL, N. H., LABOVITIADI, O. and LAMB, A. J., 2015. Evaluation of the practice of veterinary pharmacy. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning, Vol. 7 (5), pp. 606-613.
    Background In the United Kingdom (UK), pharmacists’ roles have expanded considerably in recent decades to encompass clinical practice through more direct patient care. However, dispensing and compounding remain core ...
  • Examination of the antibacterial activities of some semi-synthetic chalcone-derivatives alone and in combination with polymyxin B. 

    Medu, Erere Ohwofasa (Robert Gordon University School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, 2013-05)
    In view of the increasing global challenge of bacterial resistance, there exists an urgent need for the rationale development of antibacterial compounds with either novel or multiple mechanisms of action. Two chalcone-derivatives, ...
  • Investigation into the antimicrobial activity of cationic antibacterials. 

    O'Driscoll, Noelle H. (Robert Gordon University School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, 2011-08)
    The topic addressed by the 2011 WHO‘s World Health Day was antibacterial resistance. This action served to highlight the serious problem bacterial resistance now presents to healthcare professionals globally. This investigation ...
  • Investigation of mesophilic Aeromonas: response to hydrogen peroxide and role in false-positive Colilert reaction. 

    Landre, Julien B. P. (The Robert Gordon University School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, 1999-05)
    Mesophilic Aeromonas are opportunistic human pathogens which produce a wide range of virulence factors and have been isolated from both untreated and chlorinated drinking waters. The presence of these microorganisms in the ...
  • The managed entry of new drugs into a National Health Service: a case study for Malta. 

    Bonanno, Patricia Vella (The Robert Gordon University School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, 2003-06)
    The research question was to determine if it is possible to develop a systematic approach to the managed entry of new drugs into a National Health Service( NHS), using Malta as a case study. In early 1999, Malta had ...