Impact of vaccines on antimicrobial resistance

  17 October 2019

While antibiotic development is declining, vaccine technology is growing. This review shows how vaccines can decrease AMR, by preventing bacterial and viral infections thereby reducing use/misuse of antibiotics, and by preventing antibiotic-resistant infections. Vaccines are less likely to induce resistance. Some future uses and developments of vaccines are also discussed.

Author(s): Philippe Buchya,Sibel Ascioglu, Yves Buisson, Sanjoy Datta, Michael Nissen, Paul Anantharajah Tambyah, Sirenda Vongd
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