Reducing the Inappropriate Use of Antibiotics

December 2017

NHS NEWS

Country of origin: UK

The National Public Health Service for Wales (NPHS) has published its second annual report from its Antimicrobial Resistance Programme, which shows that some of the most common infections are becoming more resistant to antibiotic treatment.

'Antimicrobial Resistance in Wales 2006/2007' is available online.

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