The International Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) published a report on the impact of antibiotics on patient use. According to a report published by the OECD, the extent to which antibiotics are effective for patients are listed by country. The result of a study in Turkey, where he first became aware of antibiotic resistance. Antibiotics in his patient report to Turkey proved to be the most ineffective with Turkey, as followed by Greece and South Korea.
2.4 MILLION PEOPLE
According to scientists, the use of antibiotics, even in the treatment of simple colds or flu, and the use of anti-bacterial agents that were previously not used, such as uncontrolled animal feed protection, increased the bacterial resistance to antibiotics. An increase in antibiotic resistance led to a decrease in antibiotic exposure.
Generally, an increase in antibiotic-resistant bacteria between Europe, North America and Australia in 2015 and 2050, if no action was taken, 2.4 million people lost their lives, but the per capita investment was $ 2 a year, three-quarters of these deaths could be be eliminated.
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