Stenotrophomonas maltophilia is an aerobic and Gram-negative bacterium regarded as Global emerging multidrug resistant organism in hospitalized or immunocompromised patients. To find an alternative to fight against these drug resistant pathogens, the unique biofield energy treatment of Mr. Mahendra Kumar Trivedi was studied on S. maltophilia with the help of standard scientific methods. The unique results after treatment has been published in peer-reviewed International journal (Clinical Microbiology). This microbe is very common in aquatic environment, thus high frequency has been reported in fluids used in the hospitals such as irrigation solutions, intravenous fluids and also in patient secretions (e.g., respiratory secretions, urine, and wound exudates). S. maltophilia usually has been reported that it bypass the normal host defenses to cause human infection. Besides its outbreak has been severely reported in intensive care units (ICU) and hospital tap water. Several preventive measures has now been adopted to stop its increased prevalence in hospital settings, biofield treatment is one of the new approach that has been successfully evaluated in vitro in lab settings. The results showed that 37.5% change was reported in susceptibility pattern of tested antimicrobials, while 33.3% in minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) values of tested antimicrobials as compared with the untreated. Besides, an alteration of 39.4% was also reported in in biochemical study along with biotype number as compared with the control. However, National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine/National Institute of Health (NCCAM/NIH), now defined biofield energy therapies in subcategory of energy therapies as one of the five complementary medicine domain. Altogether, data suggest that biofield treatment has significant effect to alter the sensitivity pattern of antimicrobials against multidrug resistant strain of S. maltophilia, which might be useful as a new treatment approach in future aspect.
Now this is something really interesting.
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