Antibiotic resistance factsheet for schools
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"Antibiotic resistance factsheet for schools"


Written by: Health Protection Agency


Coverage: Public Information


Summary: A factsheet produced by the Health Protection Agency for schools with frequently asked questions about antibiotic resistance.


Published by: Health Protection Agency


Level of Evidence: Expert Opinion


Date of Publication: 21/04/99
Date of Posting: 16/01/2003
Date of next Review: 07/07/2006


Available at: http://www.hpa.org.uk/infections/topics_az/wfhfactsheets/WFHantib.htm


Source: Health Protection Agency


Format: HTML


Publication Type: Factsheet


Related Questions on this site:
What is antimicrobial resistance?
How do bacteria become resistant to antibiotics?
Do people become resistant to antibiotics?
Why is antimicrobial resistance a health problem?
Is antimicrobial resistance only a problem in the UK?
How will my doctor treat my infection if one antibiotic doesn't work?
How can I help and when should I take antibiotics?


MeSH keywords: Drug Resistance, Bacterial; Drug Resistance, Microbial; Drug Resistance, Fungal; Drug Resistance, Viral



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