Antibiotic resistant organisms are a huge problem in hospitals – particularly NHS hospitals.

Poor hygiene and a failure to understand how infections spread mean that dangerous antibiotic resistant bugs are a major killer in hospitals. At least 1 in 20 hospital patients pick up infections in the hospital where they are being treated – and many die from hospital acquired infections. (Death certificates written by hospital doctors rarely tell the truth. For example, a patient will be said to have died of a ‘chest infection’ rather than a ‘hospital acquired chest infection’.)


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Source: Dr Vernon Coleman - MB ChB DSc Read the original article here: