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If left unaddressed, antibiotic resistance could result in a generation of antibiotics that are virtually ineffective, seriously jeopardizing patient safety and public health.
For the first report, 40 countries provided information about their national surveillance systems and 22 countries also provided data on levels of antibiotic resistance.
He stated: 'The self treatment approach to disease, a situation whereby for everything, we buy drugs by ourselves, makes antibiotic resistance a reality in Nigeria.
We are working with other stakeholders, key among them the Health ministry, so we can create synergy in mitigating against antibiotic resistance.
As pointed out by the author, antibiotic resistance is indeed worrying as even the so-called broad-spectrum antibiotics, such as carbapenem, have powerful microorganisms resistant to them.
Merlin has offers products, services and consulting in the fields of antibiotic resistance testing and antibiotic susceptibility testing.
Distribution of Multiple b-lactam Antibiotic Resistance Genes in Avian E.
Curetis will work to develop and subsequently market novel treatments that may enhance the rapid detection of antibiotic resistance in patients suffering from microbial infections, in addition to creating tools to accelerate antibiotic research.
coli of animal origin can acquire antibiotic resistance from multi drug resistant bacteria of soil and various food(Altalhi et al.
Instead, an approach that maintains enough susceptible organisms to compete with resistant ones may prevent the emergence and spread of antibiotic resistance.
While antibiotic resistance is commonly viewed as a result of antibiotic overuse in humans and animals, this isn't always the case.

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