Antibiotic resistance. What awaits us in the near future?

Dear friends, hello!

The resistance of bacteria to antibiotics today is one of the main threats to humanity.

Many people think that if I rarely take antibiotics or do not take them at all, the antibiotic resistance will not affect me.

Aha. now!

It may affect Either one of us.

Antibiotics resistance is acquired by bacteria, not by humans.

We live in a society. So, we constantly exchange bacteria.

And one day it may happen as follows: healthy Petya talked to not very healthy Vasya and picked up Vasina bacteria.

And Vasina bacteria for a short life Vasina passed fire, water and copper pipes (for example, she tried Azithromycin, Amoxicillin, Clarithromycin, Cefotaxime, Levofloxacin) and hardened in the struggle for their existence.

It is very likely that Pete will be prescribed the same antibiotics, but each tablet or injection will be Vasina bacteria – that of an elephant pellet.

As a result, a healthy Petya will die in the color of years from an infection, which used to be handled by jokers in 5 days.

What awaits us in a few years?

Antibiotic resistance. What awaits us in the near future?

Given all this madness that is happening now, in the days of Covid, with antibiotic therapy, in a few years at least 10 million people a year will die of antibiotic resistance.

If you think that’s not enough, almost 1.5 million people have died from coronavirus in a year to date.

Any, even the simplest surgical operation, including a C-section, will end in death.

Any wound can be complicated by general blood poisoning (sepsis).

Any hospitalization will mean the death penalty, because hospitals are dominated by hospital (hospital) types of bacteria that have learned to resist most antibiotics, antiseptics and disinfectants.

Already now, more and more bacteria are becoming resistant even to reserve antibiotics, i.e. those used in extreme cases.

What can each of us do?

Antibiotic resistance. What awaits us in the near future?

Doctors:

  • “Turn on” your head and prescribe antibiotics only if there are signs of BACTERIAL infection.
  • Stop prescribing antibiotics from the first day of ODS “to prevent” bacterial infection!!! Think at least about your children, who by your mercy will live in an era of total antibiotic resistance.
  • Observe the doses and duration of the course recommended by the manufacturer. Just in case I remind you that the therapeutic concentration of Azithromycin, which is now prescribed to everyone, is maintained for 5-7 days after taking the last dose. And you instead of three figate it for six days and then prescribe another antibacterial agent!
  • Remember, finally, that on prescription drugs must be prescribed a RECEPT. If you forget what it is, Google to help you!
  • Stop recommending antibiotics (and other prescription drugs) online!
  • For doctors – “stars” of TV and YouTube: look for such a thing as SOVISTY at the backyards of your soul. If you manage to find it, it should tell you that to recommend prescription drugs, including antibiotics, from the screen is a PRESTUCTION against your own people.

Pharmacy staff:

  • Do not release antibiotics without a doctor’s prescription, no matter how much the customer begs.
  • Explain to customers what is fraught with independent use of antibiotics (it is a decrease in immunity, allergic reaction up to death, liver, kidney, intestinal dysbacteriosis, the development of resistance of bacteria to antibiotics).
  • When selling antibiotics, pay attention of the buyer that even if you feel better, the course of antibiotics should be drunk to the end. Otherwise, there will remain “bad” bacteria that will learn how to make it ineffective.

Everybody else:

  • Do not ask your doctor to prescribe an antibiotic.
  • Do not beg for an antibiotic from a pharmacy employee, including a “light” one. There are no mild antibiotics!
  • Finish the prescribed course, even if you feel better.
  • Do not exceed or decrease the recommended dose.