Antibiotic Resistance in Developing Countries

Antibiotic Resistance in Developing Countries - Maka1...

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Antibiotic Resistance in Developing Countries Socioeconomic and behavioral antecedents have escalated the spread of antibiotic resistance. These include the misuse of antibiotics by health professionals, unskilled practitioners, and laypersons; poor drug quality, unhygienic conditions accounting of resistant bacteria and inadequate surveillance. All of these preliminary factors have negatively impacted the effectiveness of the formerly potent drugs. The lack of antibiotic education is an outstanding problem that ultimately plays into each of the factors contributing to the escalation of antibiotic resistance. Without proper worldwide education of antibiotics it’s easy to misuse and misapply them. Without a doubt education is the core problem. Whereas money always seems to play into most health dilemmas since money is necessary for the implication of education programs. The spread of resistant bacteria is caused by several factors but one of the most prominent is the misuse of antibiotics. Inappropriate use increases the risk for selection
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