Antibiotic resistance has become a global concern and the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared it a global public health emergency.
Antibiotics have become an increasingly important part of a child’s diet in the last few years, and many parents have been looking to their child’s doctor for advice on how to prevent infection.
The best way to prevent antibiotic resistance is to use an effective antibiotic in a non-toxic form.
Antidotes are not always effective, but they are generally the most cost effective and easy to administer.
Antibiotic resistant organisms (ARPA-E) are the cause of the emergence of antibiotic-resistant superbugs.
In 2016, the United Nations estimated that about 2.5 million ARPA-Es were discovered worldwide in the first quarter of this year alone.
ARPA e-drugs are also being developed as novel antibiotics, and are being used in conjunction with existing antibiotics, which are typically used for infections that are caused by the same bacteria.
To prevent antibiotic-resistance, parents and healthcare professionals need to make the right decisions and take steps to protect the health of their children and ensure that they have a long and healthy life.
We are working with many of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies to develop novel and effective ARPA antibiotics for children and adults.
We are also working with the Food and Drug Administration to develop a comprehensive strategy for preventing antibiotic- resistant infections in children.
In this article, we explore some of the options for protecting children from antibiotic-related illnesses and discuss the benefits and risks of using ARPA’s for children.