Drug-resistant bacterial infections: We need urgent action and investment that focus on the weakest link
Paediatrics and Child Health; Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Despite high mortality and morbidity, drug-resistant bacterial infections remain the forgotten pandemic. We argue for strengthening of diagnostics, WASH (water, sanitation, and hygiene) and infection prevention and control to reduce drug-resistant infections, as an integral part of sustainable high-quality health services, particularly in low- and middle-income countries.
(2022). Drug-resistant bacterial infections: We need urgent action and investment that focus on the weakest link. PLoS biology, 20(11).
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