Clinical Infectious Diseases: Open Access

ISSN: 2684-4559

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Bacterial and Fungal Superbugs: The Looming Threat to Public Health


Fraser Martin*

In recent years, the emergence and spread of bacterial and fungal superbugs have become a growing concern for public health worldwide. Superbugs, a term used to describe strains of bacteria and fungi that have developed resistance to multiple antibiotics and antifungal drugs, pose a significant threat to human health. The nature of bacterial and fungal superbugs, their causes, the challenges they present and the urgent need for a multifaceted approach to address this global crisis. Bacterial superbugs are strains of bacteria that have developed resistance to multiple antibiotics, making them difficult to treat and control. These resilient bacteria have become a significant concern in healthcare settings and communities worldwide. Understanding bacterial superbugs, their causes and the implications they have is crucial in addressing this growing public health threat.


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