Tackle the Superbug Antimicrobial Resistance before it kills

Endocrinology & Diabetes Research.ISSN: 2470-7570

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Tackle the Superbug Antimicrobial Resistance before it kills

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) increasing at alarming rate both
in the community and in hospitals, now becoming a serious threat to
global public health. By 2050, It is estimated that 10 million people
will die each year if current trend rising continues at same rate; one
person dying every three second if there is no action taken against this
bad-bug. Bacterial infections are the highest burden on developing
nations. In India, estimated 4.1 lakhs children aged below 5 years
die due to pneumonia annually which accounts for 25% of all child
deaths in India. All of the existing antibiotics becoming non-effective
due to emerging resistance in the nosocomial pathogens and needs
emergency measurements to tackle and combating AMR. Increased
prevalence of extended spectrum beta lactamases (ESBLs) was noted
in 1990s and now metallo-beta lactamases (MBLs) and multidrugresistant
pathogens are spreading widely, contributing major threat for

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