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السبت، 6 يوليو 2019

Antibiotics increase the risk of influenza





Antibiotics increase the risk of influenza


 NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Antibiotics that many people use to treat certain diseases may increase the risk of flu, according to a new study.      In a study of the effect of antibiotics on mice, the researchers found that these drugs act to extinguish signals in lung cells that prevent replication of the influenza virus.




NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Antibiotics that many people use to treat certain diseases may increase the risk of flu, according to a new study.


In a study of the effect of antibiotics on mice, the researchers found that these drugs act to extinguish signals in lung cells that prevent replication of the influenza virus.


The mice that produce these signals, called interferon, are less likely to have the flu and have greater ability to fight the virus, according to a study by researchers at the Francis Creek Medical Institute in London.


The researchers caution that taking antibiotics "improperly" can remove good bacteria in our intestines that keep us healthy and protects us against viruses.


" the study supports our belief that improperly taking antibiotics does not only encourage antibiotic resistance but removes beneficial and protective bacteria from the intestines and can make us more susceptible to viral infections," said Dr. Andreas Wak, who led the study.


"In some countries, the livestock industry uses antibiotics proactively, so treated animals may become more susceptible to viruses," he said.


Improper use of antibiotics may include the use of antiviral drugs, which are not effective for fighting them, or failure to complete treatment as described by the physician. This allows bacteria to develop antibiotic resistance, making it useless.




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