According to the report, about 10,000 people are likely to die before the aquarium's resistance to drugs increases.
The figures are in an OECD report entitled "Superbug Tide Stemming," and if no more is done to prevent antibiotic resistance, about 200,000 people die from superbug infection in Europe, North America and Australia between 2015 and 2050 I predicted. "
It has argued that the inadequate use of antibiotics, including antibiotics, in human health, agriculture and livestock production and environmental pollution can lead to antibiotic resistance (AMR), which bacteria can tolerate against drugs.
The OECD warned that the rising rate of AMR is particularly threatening for older people and babies – even diseases such as the kitchen, small surgery and pneumonia can be life-threatening.
The report warns that since 1980, superbacteria have been increasing resistance to medicines due to a significant increase in antibiotic consumption. Countries such as France and Greece have steadily high consumption rates, but Ireland has shown an increasing rate during this period.
The authors of the study found that on average 17% of infections are thought to be due to resistant bacteria in the OECD. However, this figure varies from OECD countries.
While Ireland had an average of 16.6%, 3.5% of Icelandic infections were due to resistance from super insects – the lowest among OECD countries.
Turkey, South Korea, and Greece have the highest rates among OECD countries, indicating that bacterial bacteria are due to drug resistance.
Using this figure, the authors estimate that there will be 9,794 deaths in Ireland today due to the increased resistance of these diseases compared to the deaths of 40 years old in Ireland and 1 million in the United States.
But report authors believe that AMR growth can be addressed through cost-effective measures. "Three out of four people with super-insect infections can avoid $ 2 a year per person with simple measures such as hand washing and prudence." Antibiotic prescription " .
"Short-term investments to prevent supernatural birds will save lives and money in the long run," the report claims.
"Five attacks on antimicrobial resistance – essential to reduce hygiene, antibiotic overdose, viral or bacterial infection, delayed antibiotic prescription and mass media campaigns.
"The policy of promoting handwashing, strengthening sanitation in health care facilities and promoting stewardship programs at health facilities in 33 countries included in the analysis can avoid deaths from 34,931 to 37,836 per year.
"Other interventions such as mass media campaigns, prescription delays and the use of rapid diagnostic tests have a positive but more limited health impact."