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Pharmacists have decisive role in combating antibiotic resistance, says new WHO European survey
Pharmacists are among the best positioned to promot e the appropriate use of antibiotics,according to a new survey in the WHO European Region. They therefore have a crucial role in combating antimicrobial resistance....
Publicado: 19-11-2014

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Pharmacists are among the best positioned to promot e the appropriate use of antibiotics,according to a new survey in the WHO European Region. They therefore have a crucial role in combating antimicrobial resistance, along with policy makers and health practitioners:every player is key.On European Antibiotic Awareness Day, 18 November 2014, WHO advocates increasing theprudent use of antibiotics through pharmaceutical services in Europe.

We need to shift from the concept of the pharmacy as a ‘shop’ and build a culture of pharmaceutical services. This is already happening in some countries, but we need to make it
the rule everywhere,” says Zsuzsanna Jakab, WHO Regional Director for Europe. “As pharmacists dispense medicines to patients,they are important allies in our fight against
antibiotic resistance. As such, they need to be enabled to deliver accurate information and counselling on proper antibiotic use.

Over 40% of antibiotic prescriptions are inappropriate, recent studies found. This relates especiallyto antibiotics prescribed for the common cold and sore throat; these most oftenresult
from viral infections,on which antibiotics have no effect. Further, in some countries, there is atendency towards self-medication. Inappropriate an tibiotic use is the major driver of growing antibiotic resistance.

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