Antibiotic resistance is a threat to global health. More than 700,000 people die every year worldwide, resulting in drug resistant bacterial infections. In the European Union and the European Economic Area, about 33,000 people annually die this number is increasing all the time.
Many of the same microbes (for example, bacteria, viruses, molds, parasites) affect the animals and humans in the environment they share. This means that when microorganisms develop drug resistance in animals, it is difficult for people to deal with diseases and infections affecting humans.
"Earth, animal, and environment are equally responsible for the proper use of medicines for health and the elimination of the threat of antimicrobial resistance," said WHO Europe Regional Director Dr. Zachza jacob said. "An area where one seeks to ensure the correct use of antibiotics in the community and health care systems does not solve the problem A" health "approach brings together people in animals, food, environment and health as a force, and is the only way to run antibiotics. You and your neighbors I call this approach between all the European countries with the highest pratibad'dhataykkayi. "
"An outgrowth of bacterial infections that is resistant to antibiotics has ensured that 1 billion European antibiotics are used wisely at an annual health care cost of 33,000 deaths every year and to prevent infection in all settings," European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) director André Amon said. "Antibiotic resistance, consumption of antibiotics, and prevention of infections are all over the country, so it is essential for strategies prepared to meet specific needs and require continuous action at all levels."
This year, the WHO European Region Fourth Annual World Antibiotic Awareness Week 12-18 November, in the spirit of a health, by collaborating across areas to protect environmental health for humans and animals.
A sound for a health
The World Antibiotic Awareness Week In 2018, the European European Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Regional Office, Europe, Central Asia, and the United Nations For World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) encouraged the government to adopt or strengthen their health.
The situation is urgent with a number of reasons:
- Instead of rearing animals, sometimes animals are used to produce animals, sometimes to promote growth, and to prevent infection. These drugs of antimicrobials may cause drug resistance among microorganisms.
- Anti-civebibals are commonly used in humans and in food-producing animals.
- Food chain is an important way to spread disease. Observation and coordination is required to prevent spreading.
It indicates that there is no single field capable of solving the problem of single stimulus production. Collective activity will help to make progress in the world. Public health, veterinary and environmental health is a health approach to coordinate and implement activities. That is, if resistant microorganisms are found to be unlimited – can be easily crossed from humans and animals and moved from a geographical location to another.
An effective way to protect the health of humans increases the resistance among microorganisms in animals. Many government antibiotics are considered as growth promoters and are taking preventive measures in animal husbandry. Anti-crocabiles will be used only in healthy animals in very rare situations. Countries that have not done so already have drugs in the reservation lists of essential antibiotics and are only used when the most important drugs are needed for human and veterinary health. This helps prevent antibiotics for humans and animals and to maintain antibiotic activity.