Antimicrobial Resistance. the Problem of Resistance to Antibiotics and Other Antimicrobial Drugs
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Keywords

antimicrobial resistance, antibiotics, microorganisms, resistance, public health, economy, new drugs, global cooperation, genetic modification.

How to Cite

Tursunboyeva Barnokhan Akmaljon qizi, & Aliyev Lazizbek Mahammadjonovich. (2024). Antimicrobial Resistance. the Problem of Resistance to Antibiotics and Other Antimicrobial Drugs. Excellencia: International Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Education (2994-9521), 2(7), 22-24. https://doi.org/10.5281/

Abstract

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) - the resistance of microorganisms to antibiotics and other antimicrobial drugs - is a major threat to the global health system. This article discusses the origin, spread, and impact of AMR on the health system, economy, and society. Strategies to combat AMR, development of new drugs, and ways to use them wisely are also discussed. Statistics and status of AMR in Uzbekistan are also covered separately. Research and global cooperation are highlighted as key factors in the effective fight against AMR.

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