Antimicrobials are treatments designed to kill microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi, viruses, or protozoa that cause infections.
AMR is the ability of microorganisms to become “superbugs” and nullify the effects of antimicrobial drugs. This results in these drugs becoming ineffective.
Your body cannot become resistant to antimicrobials. It is the microorganisms that can become resistant to the drugs.
Learn more about resistance rates around the world (and in your community) with an interactive collection of charts and maps that summarize national and subnational data on antimicrobial use and resistance worldwide.
The authors of this paper track remarkable, vaccine driven serotype shifts for Streptococcus pneumoniae that are associated with a highly-significant reductions in antimicrobial resistance.
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