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Reported by 65 percent increase in anti-biotech use in Pakistan

New York: According to the US Academy of Sciences reports, concern for anti-biotech addiction in Pakistan has increased dramatically.

According to a foreign news agency, the US Academy of Sciences has revealed in the new report that the use of anti-biotechnology worldwide has risen significantly between 2000 and 2015 and due to the concern of this concern, Pakistan, India, The use of these statements in low-income countries, including Bangladesh, Indonesia, Thailand, Morocco, Philippines, Vietnam, Egypt and Tunisia has a fast and non-careful increase.

In this new research in more than 70 countries around the world, Pakistan has been ranked third in China and India in respect of the increase in antibiotics.

According to the report, 65 percent increase has been seen in the use of antibiotics in Pakistan. According to research, the annual use of antibiotics in 2000 was on 80 million foods, which now has increased to one billion 30 million food annually. This breakthrough is not very concerned about the negative effects of people’s health.

The head of the 7-member team working on the research, led by Johnson Hopkins School of Medicine Assistant Professor Eli Wei Kleinen. In the report, global experts, Health and Health, say that anti-biotech can be purchased without the permission of the third world, especially in Pakistan and India without the doctor’s permission. The use of antibiotics without datritic prescriptions is also an important reason for increasing their use as doctors do not only show liprophy to cope with the diseases, but suggest prescriptions without diagnosis of diseases. .

As the patient uses these antibiotics, these depression also becomes effective. Antibiotics have been ineffective against various diseases in Pakistan. Major causes of malaria, dengue, cure, measles, hepatitis, intestinal, stomach, respiratory, skin and blood include major causes of anxiety increase in antibiotics.

Dr. Sarah Paulin, a research officer on research, research on the effects of various diseases against antibiotics in the UN-based World Health Organization (WHO) office in Geneva, says that Pakistan, India, Philippines, Different drought and middle income countries, including Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia, will have to correct the process of prescription datritic prescriptions of antibiotics.

Sarah Powell added that there will be necessary steps to provide diseases of diseases, especially for clean water and better cleaning services. Apart from this, there is also a need for mass awareness about the use of antibiotics and their negative effects.