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Volume 21 - Issue 4, October-December 2019
SPECIAL ARTICLES
THE NEED TO CONFRONT ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTA NCE IN INDIA
ARCHANA JORIGE, KUSUMA MELLACHERUVU PUNYAVATHI


Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) has become a global threat. It is reaching alarmingly
high levels in most parts of the world. Although AMR occurs naturally, the
irrational use of antibiotics in many countries across the world accelerating the development
of resistance leading to disease burden and ultimately resulting into economic
burden. Antibiotic resistance is one of the challenging menace to worldwide
health. The governments of many countries now recognized it as one of the greatest
risk for public health today. India is one of the largest consumer of antibiotics in the
world and the impact of AMR is likely to be higher in the Indian setting of health
care system. Many factors contributing to the development of AMR in India.The
hazard of antimicrobial resistance is not confined to the health care industry, but
potentially harmful to a country’s economic growth if not controlled through a constructive
approach. An effective mechanism to counteract this problem needs to be
focused. Steps can be taken at all levels of society i.e public to policy makers to limit
the spread and reduce the impact and of resistance.



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