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-COMBACTE - European data shows increase in antibiotic resistance

The ECDC reported for the second year in a row an increase in E coli resistance rates and a high percentage of Acinetobacter species isolates taken in southern and southeastern Europe, as well as the Baltic countries, showed combined resistance to carbapenems, aminoglycosides, and fluoroquinolones.

This week, the ECDC also launched a social media initiative called #KeepAntibioticsWorking, which aims to raise awareness about antibiotic resistance and guidance on preventing carbapenem-resist

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