It will be held on Monday, November 12, 2018, at ARTIS-Micropia in 2018, the world antibiotic awareness week. & # 39; arguing in your body & # 39; start. This new route through the microbiological museum shows what antibiotics are, where they come from, and what antibiotic resistance really is. Visitors also discover the consequences of resistance to public health and what they can do to prevent antibiotic resistance.
Route via Micropia
Micropia has developed this new path through the museum with the National Health and Environment Research Institute (RIVM). Micropia wants to create an enthusiastic fan base for microbiology. The smallest and most powerful science of life on earth. Antibiotics are commonly used as medicines for bacterial infections, but they are naturally original. Microorganisms make antibiotics to eliminate bacterial competitors. As medicine they have similar effects in our bodies. They kill pathogenic bacteria. For example, antibiotics have saved millions of lives in recent decades.
Unfortunately, bacteria are constantly increasing in antibiotics. Excessive or incorrect use of antibiotics can cause pathogens to become insensitive. Sometimes it is also used for almost all antibiotics. Antibiotics can no longer do their work, and it will become more difficult to use antibiotics again. What you can do about this is to see that Micropia has a route to & # 39; brawl on your body. See how bacteria adapt quickly to antibiotics and how bacteria spread in our hands. The route is until spring break.
I'm talking about antibiotic resistance in the lab.
Inaccurate and excessive use of antibiotics is often the source of resistant bacteria. Therefore, it is important to use antibiotics in the right way, and it is important to prescribe this medicine only when your doctor really needs it. Micropia's lab technicians show why antibiotics are not effective for colds and flu and the future of antibiotics. By early March, Micropia technicians will inform you about antibiotic resistance from 1 pm to 4 pm every day.