Antibiotics are essential medicines; they have many advantages as anti-infection agents in treating bacterial illnesses as well as keeping the spread of infections and decreasing complications of the disease.
Some medicines that used to be standard treatments for bacterial infections are now less successful or don’t even work as expected at all.
When an antibiotic doesn’t have any effects on a specific strain of microbes, those microscopic organisms are said to be antibiotic resistant. Antibiotic resistance is one of the world’s most common medical issues.
The abuse and misuse of antibiotics are become important factors that are adding to antibiotic resistance. The public as well as health professionals all play a role in ensuring appropriate utilization of medicines and limiting the development of antibiotic resistance.