LOSING THE BATTLE TO ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANT BACTERIA
Antibiotic resistance is an urgent global public health threat, killing at least 1.27 million people annually worldwide and associated with nearly 5 million deaths. In the U.S., more than 2.8 million antibiotic-resistant infections occur each year, and the US healthcare system spends about $38 billion annually on Sepsis, with costs rising approximately 8% a year.
ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE LEADS TO SEPSIS
When bacteria develop antibiotic resistance, local infection of bacteria develops rapidly into Sepsis, a severe form of infection. Within a day or two, the bacteria population in the body grows rapidly, enters the blood system, travels to major organs and causes their fatal failure and death.
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