antibiotic resistance is a type of resistance to the drug that doctors prescribe to people with a bacterial affection. Which means antibodies that are given to a person may not be enough to cure a bacterial affection due to “superbugs” which is a pathogen resistant to many different types of antibodies. This can be a huge problem because stuff that was commonly cured by antibiotic medicine will no longer work. One article that support that hypothesis is, Antimicrobial resistance: global report on surveillance”, which notes that resistance is occurring across many different infectious agents but the report focuses on antibiotic resistance in seven different bacteria responsible for common, serious diseases such as bloodstream infections (sepsis), diarrhoea, pneumonia, urinary tract infections and gonorrhoea”. Once everyone can just stop using prescription antibiotics for some simple problems such as a cold, headache, or some other viruses then the resistance level will go down.
Also another way is to practice good hygiene and just wash your hands after you touch something that was accessible to the public, and take your medicine until it empty. These methods have been proven by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) according to the article: Mission Critical: Preventing Antibiotic Resistance. A method of trying to get everyone to wear a mask over their face so that they won’t get affections was an epic fail, due to the fact that everyone couldn’t breathe in a mask all day. Some of the information I studied was lacking some of the vital information such as what was the major cause of this and where did it come from. They also could have given more detail into what type of antibiotic medicine couldn’t cure the most common bacterial infections. Given the time and resources I probably could go deeper into this huge epidemic and write an article. This is something that I think that everyone should learn about and maybe; just maybe, we can change and live happier and cleaner lives.
The Essay on Antibiotic Resistance Antibiotics Million Bacteria
Antibiotic Antibiotic Resistance Antibiotic Resistance Antibiotic resistance occurs when bacteria that cause infection are not killed by the antibiotics taken to stop the infection. The bacteria survive and continue to multiply causing more harm. Widespread use of antibiotics promotes the spread of antibiotic resistance. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that about 100 ...
1. WHO’s first global report on antibiotic resistance reveals serious, worldwide threat to public health” Retrieved 2014-05-02 2. Mission Critical: Preventing Antibiotic Resistance