Drug Resistance

Many resistant bacteria of clinical relevance possess multiple resistance. Bacterial resistance can be controlled by reducing the use of antibiotics and by preventing bacteria from spreading. In young women, antibiotic treatment of any infection involves a two- to fivefold risk of urinary infection. This is probably due to the suppression of normal bacterial flora, which favours colonisation by pathogenic bacteria two to four weeks after the treatment.


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