Antibiotics break down is less dangerous than previously thought
The prematurely stop with a course of antibiotics is not as dangerous as previously thought, reports the British Medical Journal Thursday. A group of researchers is arguing for before stopping a course of antibiotics if the symptoms are already gone.
According to them, you go on that way, overconsumption of antibiotics against.
A sick person who have too little penicillin is given to kill all the bacteria, would be the strongest ziekteverwerkers can transfer, and as the source of new infections.
The researchers say that only a limited number of diseases, including tuberculosis, gonorrhoea and hiv. There is still too little research into the ideal length of a course of antibiotics, it appears from their analysis of multiple studies of the drugs.
In most infectious diseases is a shorter course of treatment than is now standard is prescribed is sufficient, say the British doctors. The use of antibiotics in recent years so increased that it is “a danger for the society”. Due to the massive use of antibiotics is the growth of drug-resistant pathogens properly stimulated.
Reduce the use of antibiotics must now be a priority, according to the ten experts that more research into antibiotics.