The WHO director-general called the declining efficacy of antibiotics a "security threat."
It's not as simple as reducing the nation's massive antibiotic consumption.
In a new report, the WHO identified pathogens they are particularly worried about.
This isn’t just a major threat to global health – it will become THE major threat.
1. Learning to Love a Malaka.
This means every waterway flowing from farms, towns or cities contains antibiotic resistance genes and antibiotics. The kind
Swollen lymph nodes with no other etiology and a scratch or bite from being in contact with a cat, could suggest the presence
[3] Patients with Complicated Intra-Abdominal Infection Presenting with Sepsis Do Not Require Longer Duration of Antimicrobial
Doctors say the overuse of antibiotics on farms presents a massive public health risk.