Antibiotics: 8,000 people died from drug-resistant bacteria in Japan in 2017

According to Japanese media reports, 5, Japan’s National Center for International Medical Research released a survey of drug-resistant bacteria, in 2017, 8,000 people died from drug-resistant bacteria in Japan. It is reported that although resistant bacteria can also be produced when antibiotics are used correctly, they are more likely to occur in the case of overuse and can reproduce more quickly.

Antibiotics: 8,000 people died from drug-resistant bacteria in Japan in 2017

According to reports, the number of drug-resistant bacteria deaths worldwide is increasing year by year.

Antibiotics: 8,000 people died from drug-resistant bacteria in Japan in 2017

The survey is the first in Japan to conduct a related investigation of the number of drug-resistant bacteria deaths, the results of which show that the death of drug-resistant bacteria in Japan has been very serious. Reported that Japan may in the future on the correct use of antibiotics to introduce relevant measures, and more stringent management.

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