KAYSERİ, (DHA) – ERCİYES University (ERÜ) The hospitals of the Medical Faculty organized a "Antibiotic Resistance Week" event. Assistant Professor of Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology Department. Dr. Ayse is a big sword, "Turkey, the OECD countries, the number one country consuming most of the antibiotics per capita," he said.
At the event at Gevher Nesi, at the entrance to the hospital, brochures were distributed to patients. Doctor of the Faculty of Medical Sciences Hospital Dr. Prof. Dr. Ahmet Güney from the University of Istanbul, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology. Dr. Sword, antibiotics are effective only in bacteria and bacterial infections are used in therapy, he said. Antibiotics, viruses that are caused by diseases that do not treat the Associa. Dr. Highlighting that every antibiotic is not suitable for every illness, Sword said:
"Antibiotics are not used as antipyretics, the abuse of antibiotics leads to the development of bacterial resistance, which we call" antibiotic resistance ", which causes bacteria to be infected despite antibiotics, and there is also a problem for people who are infected with resistant bacteria.In the foreseeable future antibiotics may become completely ineffective, Turkey, the OECD, one of the world's largest population of antibiotic-consuming countries, worldwide deaths from antibiotic-resistant infections are estimated to be 700,000 each year, and if something has not been done to end the increase in antibiotic-resistant cases, the number is expected to be up to 10 million people by 2050. To prevent antibiotic resistance, antibiotics should be ineffective in viral infections. To reduce the use of ibiotics, people in the risk group should be vaccinated with flu and pneumothorax vaccines. Hand wash and clean water and food should be paid attention. "