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An antibiotic has spread disease with wings spread in India, killing more than 58,000 children each year, while there is a discharge of unwanted urban waste to the water. affecting the life and environment of water.

With some of the highest bacteria that serve antibiotics that often cause disease in the community and healthcare facilities, India is a " suffer a lot, to remind Center for Disease Diet Economics and Policy (CDDEP), as the 2018 World Antibiotic Awareness Week ends on Sunday.

"Every year around the world, almost 700,000 lives are lost. Over 58,000 children are killed every year in India, from diseases that serve antibiotic , "said CDDEP.

The antibiotic face is the ability of diseases that cause diseases and microbirals to change antibiotics or cure as a result of changing.

Earlier in 2017, a team of experts from India and Sweden also expressed concern about the disorderly dump of urban waste that was handled largely and not dealt with by rivers – continue to spread antibiotic antibody.

According to the CDDEP research, the global use of antibiotics in humans has increased by 65 per cent in 2015 from 2000, while its & spent in countries with low and medium-sized income up 114 per cent.

"India saw the highest rise in the use of 103 percent antibiotic. As a result, today's emergence has resulted in an effective antibiotics and a weak line pipe for new antibiotics," said Jyoti Joshi, South Asia, CDDEP.

The CDDEP research showed that the antibiotic antibiotics detect the wide spectrum in more than 70 per cent of organisms that cause a big spear and capture.

"As a leading representative of critical chemists that include antibiotics, such as the world's supermarket on India. But the scattered side of this is that the poisonous shoulders from the sites That manufactured the damage to the rivers and India, "said Joshi.


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