What is antimicrobial resistance?

What is antimicrobial resistance?

In this video, Dr. Narendra Saini, MBBS, MD, Internal / General Medicine, will talk on is antimicrobial resistance. He says that because of misuse of drugs and specially antibiotics the antimicrobial resistance develops. Many a time’s two or three antibiotics are given at a time. Patients should not take antibiotics frequently and if required should be taken under physician’s guidance. They should never self-prescribed antibiotics or directly take from the chemists. The doctor will prescribe proper antibiotics knowing the duration and potency of the antibiotics.

Dr. Narendra Saini

MBBS - University College of Medical Sciences Delhi MD - Lady Harding Medical College, Delhi Expertise in Treatment of Conditions - Type 1 Diabetes Treatment, Geriatric Medicine, Blood Pressure Management. He has been awarded by for his distinguish services - American Association & British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (BAIPO) Services offered/Procedures performed Critical Care Medicine, Rheumatology, Infectious Disease Treatment, Thyroid Disorder Treatment, Sport and Exercise Medicine.

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