The European study highlighted the problems faced by several European countries with antibiotics against bacteria, and the survey showed that the ability to reduce sewage processing from these bacteria is actually reduced, in search of strange and amazing.
Waste water treatment plants can disperse the spread of inactivated antibiotics in antibiotics, according to a survey carried out by researchers under Katarina Berninen of Helsinki University and David Knies of Dresden University for Active Science, published in the latest issue of the journal t Science Advances.
An antibiotic barrier happens when the bacteria are able to deal with the death or antibiotic that has been killed and have killed it in the past.
Antibiotic violence is a big problem that is growing at this time, and even some of the pessimists believe that there may be judicious threats that can kill thousands or millions of people, just like infectious diseases. T before they found antibiotics.
There are a number of ways in which antibiotics resist antibiotics, such as removing the distances that are badly affected.
Antibiotic bacteria are a big problem in the medical world, as many of the bacteria that cause disease don't respond any more to available drugs.
The bacteria that fight antibiotics and those with antimicrobial roots are distributed across the world among people, foodstuffs, animals and plants, and the environment (soil, water and atmosphere). The researchers said that few scientists know how to reproduce antibiotics in the environment.
The international team of researchers investigated 12 sewage treatment sites in seven European countries – Cyprus, Spain, Portugal, Ireland, Norway and Finland – as well as Germany. Over a period of several days, researchers studied the water in and out, finding 229 common genes of sustainability genes. It is the first time that this degree has been co-ordinated in several European countries and has been the only scientific method, he said.
The researchers found, in principle, the desired outcome, in each station. But they found there were differences in the distribution of these species from north to south, where there was evidence of water pollution from these bacteria in the south of Europe and Ireland. T in Germany and northern Europe, the equivalent of antibiotics to doctors in the southern Neolithic is greater than in northern Europe. In principle, the genes against the researchers sought to connect to the barrier bacteria which are a problem for doctors in hospitals.
The researchers, for example, E. coli bacteria, pneumococcus bacteria, broncial spagifal bacteria, and staphylococcus aureus.
The analysis also showed that waste water treatment works reduce bacterial contamination. "Eleven out of the 12 stations covered by the survey examined" reducing the water pollution problem by a persistent bacterium, which shows that the new stations are performing well on this level, "said Marco Vertea Chief Executive. from Helsinki University, describing the university.
He said that there is only one station – at Portugal – where the level of bacterial pollution in water is clearly affected by higher than in unmodified water. However, all waste water treatment plants reduce the amount of reproduction in the environment.
The amount of water pollution handled in southern Europe and Ireland was higher than the three northern European countries. Not only because of the times patients are prescribed antibiotics in these countries, and other factors include water quantity, the picture of animal antibiotics in the agricultural sector, the size of the plants. T , and temperatures in particular. Many bacteria that live in the digging area of the human body have good conditions when the center temperature is 30 degrees Celsius. "So it is no surprise that these bacteria are even better alive. a warmer environment, ”said researchers.