Research Progress on Drug-Resistant Bacteria

Research Progress on Drug-Resistant Bacteria

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Author(s): Zhang Xiaoping, Yu Xiangmin

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DOI: 10.18483/ijSci.2079 34 220 1-5 Volume 8 - Jun 2019

Abstract

More and more microorganisms have developed drug resistance with the use of antibiotics, and some microorganisms have multi-drug resistance. Therefore, bacterial resistant antibiotic is a serious problem to treating infectious diseases in recent years all over the world. This paper briefly reviews the research progress of bacterial resistance mechanisms all over the world, and provides theoretical basis for exploring effective prevention measures and rational use antibiotics in clinical.

Keywords

Drug-Resistant Bacteria, Antibiotics, Drug Resistance Mechanism, Multi-Drug Resistance

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