193 members of the United Nations pledged to work together to eliminate drug-resistant superbugs baxia

The 193 United Nations members joining in cleaning resistant "superbugs" – Beijing, Beijing, September 22, according to foreign media reports, 193 in New York at the UN General Assembly members signed a declaration of commitment to cooperation in history, cleaning antibiotics also cannot cope with "superbugs". According to a draft document adopted by the leaders of all countries, governments have pledged to strengthen the regulation of antibiotics, strengthen the proper use of antibiotics, and encourage the medical community to conduct research on alternative therapies. According to WHO, one of the aims of the meeting is to hope that the local government and private sector donations to curb the growing problem of bacterial resistance worldwide. Experts pointed out that the problem does not deal with the medical profession, the excessive use of antibiotics in animal husbandry and agriculture, better disease has no cure. The leaders on the situation at the same time, undertaking treatment of antibiotics pollution in the World Congress of pharmaceutical companies. The drug companies will work with independent experts to develop new standards for cleaning the plant to ensure that antibiotic waste does not flow into the waterways and promote the breeding of resistant bacteria. The continued use of antibiotics in humans and animals will allow the bacteria to learn how to escape drug attacks during their evolution and evolution. In addition to bacteria, viruses such as love and malaria have such behavior. Other medical procedures, such as joint surgery and cesarean section, can be very dangerous unless new effective therapies are available, according to the Broadcasting British Corporation. This is the fourth time in the history of the United Nations to make a declaration on public health issues. Previously published the declaration of the theme are non communicable diseases and the Ebola virus, 2013 2011 2001, the disease of love. A recent study conducted in the UK found that by 2050, the number of people who had died of various types of cancer could be estimated to be about 10 million deaths a year. According to statistics, at present, about 700 thousand people die each year from drug-resistant bacterial infections. Experts pointed out that the problem does not deal with the medical profession, the excessive use of antibiotics in animal husbandry and agriculture, better disease has no cure.相关的主题文章: