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Antimicrobial resistance is rising in India, says ICMR report

Antimicrobial resistance is rising in India, says ICMR report

More than 50% of the ICU patients battling a type of pneumonia caused by bacteria Klebsiella pneumoniae will not respond to powerful antibiotics called carbapenem. Another antibiotic, imipenem, will not affect a mutated form of Ecoli in three out of 10 cases.

from Times of India

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