ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE IN ROMANIA –AN ECONOMIC AND MEDICAL CHALLENGE -
Aluculesei Bogdan Cătălin
Junior Scientific Researcher, 2017, vol. 3, issue 1, 1-8
The use of antibiotics, without regard to the importance of first obtaining a prescription, is one of the current challenges, both in health and economic terms. At the global level, resistance to different classes of antibiotics is developing at an alarming rate, and the effects over time are worrying. Romania is one of the European countries facing this problem at the macro level, with the latest statistical data exposing this alarming situation. The lack of basic knowledge of the population regarding the purchase of medication and the habit of administering treatment without the clinician’s advice make this situation difficult to improve. This article discusses the importance of adequate education in antibiotic use, proposing concrete measures to improve the current situation. This study is based on results obtained by the author in previous research on antibiotic resistance in children diagnosed with unitary tract infection in the Braşov area. Thus, the need to apply the proposed solutions is based on the reality found in hospitals.
Keywords: urinary tract infections; UTI; antibiotic use; antibiotics; resistance to antibiotics (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I12 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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