The Organization for International Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has published a report investigating the effect of antibiotics on patient use. According to the OECD's published report, it was ranked according to countries how effective antibiotics were on patients. As a result of the research, it was learned that Turkey ranks first in antibiotic resistance. Antibiotics were found to be least effective on patients in Turkey, followed by Greece and South Korea.
2.4 MILLION PERSON
According to science experts, the use of antibiotics, even in the case of simple colds or influenza treatment, unconscious uses such as antibiotics in the past as an uncontrolled addition of antibiotics to animal feeds, increased the resistance of the bacteria to antibiotics. The increase in antibiotic resistance also caused a direct decrease in the effectiveness of antibiotics.
It is stated that an increase of antibiotic-resistant bacteria will prevent four to three deaths in 2015 and 2050 by investing $ 2 per person per year, while warning that 2.4 million people will lose their lives if measures are not taken in Europe, North America and Australia.
class = 'cf'>
LAST 24 HOURS