[Global Network Comprehensive Report] According to the British “Guardian” reported on November 7, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) a report reminded that if no action is taken to prevent the expansion of antibiotic-resistant super bacterial infection, the next 30 More than 90,000 people in the UK will face death threats.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development estimates that if no more measures are taken to address this problem, by 2002, some 2.4 million people in Europe, North America and Australia will die from drug-resistant infections, including It includes about 1.3 million Europeans and about 90,000 British. The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development called this issue “one of the biggest threats to modern medicine”.
The authors of the study report say that simple hygiene measures such as hand washing and safer and more effective antibiotic prescriptions can reduce the risk. The report said that speeding up testing to ensure that patients receive appropriate medications can also help overcome an imminent crisis.