Antibiotic Resistance in Nephrological Practice

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O.I. Taran

Abstract

The problem of antibiotic resistance is a serious threat to the global public health and requires action by both the state and the public. The World Health Organization identified 15 most dangerous and prevalent superbugs, which it ranked based on three levels of threat they present to the public health. At the heart of the fight against antibiotic resistance lies the increased awareness of the health professionals and general public that incorrect and excessive use of antibiotics amid poor practices in infection prevention and control contributes to the acceleration of antibiotic resistance.

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Taran, O. “Antibiotic Resistance in Nephrological Practice”. KIDNEYS, vol. 6, no. 1, Jan. 2018, pp. 66-70, doi:10.22141/2307-1257.6.1.2017.93787.
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