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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.
Ms Innes said: "Antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest threats facing the world today.
According to the report, 71 percent of respondents had heard of antibiotic resistance and know what it means, and 53 percent think antibiotic overuse is a major problem.
He said antibiotic resistance lead to longer hospital stays higher medical costs and increased mortality.
For the antibiotic resistance battle to be won, all must play their part: Healthcare providers, pharmacists, veterinary doctors and the patients themselves.
coli culture by CTAB (Cetyl-trimethyl ammonium bromide) method (10) and used for detection of integrons and antibiotic resistance genes.
Widespread use of antibiotics for these illnesses is an example of how overuse of antibiotics can promote the spread of antibiotic resistance.
Widespread use of antibiotics for these illnesses is an example of how overuse of antibiotics can promote the spread of antibiotic resistance. Smart use of antibiotics is key to controlling the spread of resistance.
She noted that antibiotic resistance was rising because common bacteria which caused urinary tract infections, diarrhoea and septic wound were becoming resistant to available and prescribed antibiotics.
But with antibiotic resistance now a real threat to health there's a new drive to raise awareness and make better use of medicines.
Public health needs new partners to help address the growing problem of antibiotic resistance, and now is the time for them to come together and act, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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