The antibiotic is not a candy

With the spread of antibiotics and the unreasonable use of antibiotics, they have developed bacteria that have become resistant to drugs.

Don't take antibiotics for everything!

Over the last 5 to 10 years, many bacteria have been alarmed at the resistance to many antibiotics, and this threatens humanity to prevent certain diseases from being cured by doctors. About 90,000 nosocomial infections (acquired during health care) and 2,500 nosocomial infections each year are fatal - because they are multidrug-resistant in many health care institutions, The estimated surplus per day is 350,000 and the estimated extra cost is 4.8 billion forints per year.
Antibiotics have had a fantastic career, being able to cure diseases that were fatal before, just to appreciate this treasure and to make our medicines more effective. Antibiotics are not candies, we can't go into it just the way we like! - He told dr. Melles Mberta, Director General of the National Center for Epidemiology.
Doctors are facing the challenge every day that some patients want antibiotics to treat their disease, even if their doctor does not prescribe medication. Mostly pediatricians experience that parents cling to antibioticsand the doctor bends before the expectation, prescribes the medicine even if the child's immune system reasonably believes that the child's immune system can cope with the infection or that the disease is caused not by a bacterium but by a virus - which is not known to be affected by antibiotics.
The future is a quick test - said the dr. Balogh Sбndor, the Director General of the National Institute for Basic Welfare, who says home physicians have the diagnostic ability to eliminate and prevent viral infections, bacterial infections, and viral infections.
If the doctor chooses the wrong medicine, or if the patient is not taking the antibiotic in the right dose, for too long (so it breaks prescriptions), it teaches the bacterium that is living and in your body for a resistant cataract.
Because of the presence of resistant bacteria, also called superbacteria, diseases last longer, develop more frequently, which can lead to death in extreme cases, and more and more such bacteria can be found in the environment. Not only do we have a responsibility to consume drugs, but we also need to pay attention to the protection of our environment!
Especially in the well-known Escherichia coli bacterium, many countries in the United States have increased levels of antibiotic resistance. According to an ECDC survey published in September 2009, 25,000 patients die each year in the European Union due to infections caused by certain multi-resistant bacteria.
Without effective antibiotics, a simple wound infection or pneumonia can be fatal, and without these drugs, you can't even have a transplant - you need to preserve your medication effectively.
Resistance due to inappropriate use of antibiotics is the reason why every year in Europe, about 4 million so-called nosocomial, health care benefits cost up to 16 million more than the equivalent of 498 million inhabitants a year it means!
Pharmacists have a key role to play in the fight against antibiotic resistance, as supported by a WHO European study on the 2014 European Antibiotic Day. The survey found that in Europe, over 40 percent of cases were incorrectly prescribed antibiotics.
European Antibiotic Day is the initiator of the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).
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