Bingölin Provincial Health Department, Antibiotic antibiotic antibiotic activity, containing the use of unconscious antibiotics, gave an explanation of the disadvantages.
During the week of antibiotic awareness campaign, which was celebrated for antibiotic use on 12-18 November, Bingöli Provincial Health Department issued an opinion on the damage caused by unconscious antibiotics.
Bingöli Provincial Health Department stated that the following statements were included; In recent years, antibiotics have found modern building blocks of medicine in infectious diseases. Occasionally, the unconsciousness and excessive use of antibiotics for human and animal health, inadequate hygiene, inadequate vaccination and inadequate use of infection control measures have caused the emergence and spread of antibiotic resistance over time. The only way to keep antibiotics effective in future generations is the rational use of antibiotics. To do this, firstly, the diagnosis of infections should be done by using evidence-based diagnostic methods. Microbiological tests and determination of the substance and antibiotic sensitivity tests are the most important factors in selecting the right antibiotics. This reduces unnecessary broad-spectrum antibiotics.
It should be borne in mind that antibiotics have no place in the treatment of infections caused by viruses such as cold or influenza, and undesirable side effects are seen with unnecessary antibiotics.
Unnecessary and inappropriate use of antibiotics leads to antibiotic resistance. In this case, antibiotics may not work if they really need it. For this reason, antibiotics should only be used to an appropriate extent and, at the time, should be negotiated with the physician prescribed by the pharmacist.
Unless your doctor prescribes, antibiotics should not be used for their own or friendly recommendation.
Antibiotics are not analgesics, antipyretic, and can not cure all the diseases.
Im National Antimicrobial Resistance Strategic Action Plan "has been drawn up with the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry and all relevant stakeholders by coordinating the Ministry of Health with the development of national strategies to ensure the rational use of antibiotics for human and animal health and by combating antimicrobial resistance and ensuring co-ordination between the various sectors. and to strengthen cross-sectoral co-ordination. Implementation of rational antibiotic practices in our country, raising awareness in society, strengthening control systems, combating and preventing infections are the major benefits of this action plan.