Post exposure prophylaxis – or PEP – is important, especially for people who work in any area of health care.
When antibiotics are necessary they should be used – but not overused when not required.
I am certain you have heard about MRSA but you may not know what it is and you should.
You want to reduce the incidence of infection in schools. And, according to a study in the American Journal of Infection Control, there is a good way to make it happen.
It is called antibiotic resistance. This is the way bacteria learn over time through mutation to be not killed by the medications we give to control them. The problem is getting worse as evidenced by MRSA.