Dr Gitterle and His Take on the Growing Threat of Antibiotic-Resistant Bugs
Natural Health Informer.Com interviews with Dr Gitterle to get his take on the growing threat of antibiotic-resistant bugs, and what we can do to protect ourselves from them.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) January 7, 2011
This week Natural Health Informer.Com (a natural and holistic health resource portal) interviewed Dr. Marc Gitterle regarding a Super Bug that has many U.S. residents concerned.
In this interview, Natural Health Informer.Com sits down with Dr. Gitterle to uncover the truth about this alarming Super Bug and they get his take on the growing threat of antibiotic-resistant bugs, and what we can do to protect ourselves from them.
Dr. Gitterle is head of Hyperbaric Medicine and Wound Care, at Christus Santa Rosa Hospital, in New Braunfels, Texas, a hospital recently awarded the prestigious, “Top 50 Hospitals In the United States”
He is an Emergency Medicine specialist and is familiar with nearly every ailment and injury responsible for sending people to the Emergency Room.
While speaking with Natural Health Informer.Com Dr. Gitterle goes on to say:
“All too often, there is no clear dividing line between a nuisance bacteria or virus, and one that can send you to the grave. Obviously, the most common are the mild upper respiratory infections we call “colds” and the somewhat more serious influenzas, which involve fevers, aches and pains, and so forth. 99% of the time these come, and go on their own, needing no treatment. Every now and then, however, they may progress to secondary bacterial infections deep in the lungs, leading to pneumonia.” Also, Influenza has up to a 2% mortality rate, by itself, when it hits in a pandemic form, which is pretty scary”
This interview has created quite a buzz and people everywhere are keeping tabs on this ‘Super Bug’, but what can we do to protect ourselves?
Well, Dr. Gitterle has plenty to say about that and if you would like to read the full interview just visit NaturalHealthInformer.Com and learn how you can keep your family safe from this growing problem.
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