Doctors are on the front line of the problem of antibiotic resistance, working with hospitals and colleagues to reinforce or even re-write prescribing guidelines. In particular, there’s a strong movement to reduce the use of antibiotics in emergency rooms, where lack of patient information and history often makes antibiotics the default first-line drug of choice. Says Dr. Ostrowsky, “Research shows that over 50% of ER patients are prescribed inappropriate antibiotics for viral upper respiratory infections,” like the flu. One issue may be that too many people use emergency rooms for routine illnesses. That’s why many healthcare professionals are hopeful that the ongoing roll-out of the Affordable Care Act, which means more Americans will have insurance, will translate into fewer people using ER departments for non-emergency treatment.
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