Anti-biotic bacteria-related infections have killed around 500 people every year, experts say. According to a pharmacy survey, the hospital's antibiotic doctors find themselves in the middle, some of them are misused. The European Week of Information was given at a press conference on antibiotics. The Czechs consume around 15 million packs of antibiotics every year.
"The data from the Drug Control State Institute show that doctors often choose to have antibiotics that are often used to treat side effects and increase bacterial endurance antibiotics," said Michal Prokeš, a member of the Central Antibiotic Coordination Group. According to experts, doctors, unlike other countries, do not need antibiotics.
One of the main problems is the antibiotic resistance of bacteria to treat them in hospitals. According to Helena Žemličková, Laboratory of Reference Laboratory of antibiotics, three quarters of bacterial treatment hospitals are resistant. Over the last ten years almost infections have risen almost twice. According to estimates by Prokš, 486 people were killed in the Czech Republic in 2015 due to these infections.
According to Michal Trojan, a cancerous illness at the Graduate Institute of Hospital Health, 20 to 50% of hospital-based antibiotics are underdeveloped. "The basic problem is that doctors do not have important medications to treat antibiotics," he said. Separation according to the effect of a very dynamic microorganism. If antibiotics only destroy some bacteria, only resistance genes will be spread.
According to a survey conducted by the Czech Pharmacy, as in the ninth week of the week in the European Week, more than 11 percent of adults do not have antibiotics in the prescription period, and once a year antibiotics do not meet the available needs. Fifth of the parents believe that children are recovering from cold antibiotics and thinks it is almost three months after the doctor's treatment is inadequate if they do not make a cold prescription but recommends the only regimens.