The activities of the Bingol province for health, the activities of the week of the worldwide activity of antibiotic awareness in the unconscious use of antibiotics, explained the injuries.
During the World Anti-Biotic Warning Week, which was celebrated from November 12 to 18 to create awareness of the use of antibiotics, the Bingol Health Province conducts a statement on the damage to the unconscious use of antibiotics.
The Provincial Directorate of Health in Bingol said that the following statements were included; Since discovery, antibiotics have been used as building blocks of modern medicine in infectious diseases. However, over time, unconscious and overuse of antibiotics in the health of people and animals, inadequate hygiene, inadequate vaccination and inadequate application of infection control measures have led to the emergence and spread of resistance to antibiotics. The only way to maintain the effectiveness of antibiotics in future generations is the rational use of antibiotics. To achieve this, first of all, the diagnosis of infection should be done correctly using evidence-based diagnostic methods. Microbiological tests and determination of susceptibility tests for agents and antibiotics are the most important factors in choosing the right antibiotics. This reduces the use of unnecessary antibiotics of a wide spectrum.
It should be borne in mind that antibiotics have no place in treating infections caused by viruses such as colds or flu, and undesirable side effects can be seen with an unnecessary antibiotic.
Unnecessary and inappropriate use of antibiotics leads to resistance to antibiotics. In this case antibiotics may not work if they really need it. For this reason antibiotics should be used only in the appropriate amount and time in consultation with the pharmacist when the doctor predicts them.
Unless the doctor declares herself, antibiotics should not be used with their own or friendly recommendation.
Antibiotics are not painkillers, antipyretics and can not cure any disease.
Im National Strategic Action Plan for Antimicrobial Resistance "was prepared with the participation of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry and all relevant stakeholders coordinated by the Ministry of Health in order to develop national strategies to ensure the rational use of antibiotics in the health of people and animals and the fight against antimicrobial resistance and ensuring cross-sectoral coordination. The most important feature of this prepared national action plan; and strengthening coordination between sectors. Implementation of rational policies for the use of antibiotics in our country, raising awareness in society, strengthening the control system, controlling and preventing infections will be one of the biggest gains in this action plan.