Rational use of antibiotics.

WHO Strongly recommends that governments focus control and prevention efforts in four main areas: - surveillance of antibiotic resistance; - rational use of antibiotics, hand-washingducation of the medical staff and the public in the appropriate use of antibiotics; - introducing or enforcing legislation related to stopping the sale of antibiotics without a prescription, and - strict adherence to infection prevention and control measures, including the use of hand-washing measures, particularly in healthcare facilities.Successful control of multidrug-resistant microorganisms has been documented in many countries, and the existing and known infection prevention and control measures can effectively reduce the transmission of multi-drug resistant organisms, if implemented rigorously and consistently..

WHO continue to support developing countries to relevant policies, and international efforts to combat antibiotic resistance coordinate. Antimicrobial resistance the theme of WHO World Health Day is be his.Reports a number of recent executions showing that some detainees take many minutes to in order to die, and any other are very concerned since the method did not work as intended. We are conclude that the initial draft of the lethal injection drug protocol is itself flawed, said Dr. Teresa A. Room, research assistant professor of surgery at the Miller School of Medicine and lead author of the report. Lethal injections a capital punishment, order prisoner, at a number of countries. Especially, the U.S. And China are.