The goal of this week is to raise awareness of the health risks posed by antibiotic resistance and to promote good practice in this area of concern, to limit the emergence and spread of resistant bacteria throughout the world.
Antimicrobial agents are medicines used to treat infections particularly those of bacterial origin. These medicines are essential to protect human and animal health as well as animal welfare. Excessive or inappropriate use can lead to the emergence of resistant bacteria that do not respond to antibiotic treatment as seen in recent decades. This phenomenon, called antimicrobial resistance which poses a threat to disease control throughout the world is a primary concern for human and animal health.
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