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Ismail Hossain, Speaker at Vaccines Conferences
Globe Biotech, Bangladesh
Title : Antibiotic resistance present situation in Bangladesh at different districts


Antibiotic resistance is now a days one of the biggest challenges headed by the health professionals globally, it is causing more quickly due to the misuse and overuse of antibiotics. Bacteria are becoming resistant to commonly used antibiotics and various factors have been identified that are responsible for the resistance. Factors such as substandard quality of antibiotic products, unethical marketing practices by pharmaceutical companies, irrational use of antibiotics by the Medical doctors and patient in compliance are also common phenomenon in Bangladesh. To conduct this study, firstly the extent of antibiotic resistance was evaluated by collecting clinical isolates from various diagnostic centers of Dhaka City and conducting antibiotic susceptibility test against commonly used antibiotics. The product quality was assessed by collecting antibiotic products of different generics from various locations around Bangladesh and then performing drug content assay by method of HPLC .Eventually , to evaluate patient incompliance, a questionnaire-based study was conducted on patients who took or had taken antibiotics recently and the collected data was analyzed statistically. The result of the screening discloses that more than 80% of the collected Escherichia coli (E. coli) separates were resistant to currently used antibiotics like, azithromycin, ciprofloxacin, amoxicillin, cefixime, cefuroxime, and moxifloxacin. Similar holds true for the collected Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus) separates. The product quality in terms of drug content and dissolution was good for most products irrespective of whether the manufacturer had a high market value or not. Patients study disclosed that 80% discontinued antibiotic therapy was due to carelessness (39%), a false sense of cure (30%) and high cost (12%). 
Key words: Antibiotic resistance, antibiotic susceptibility test, drug content,  patient survey. 

Audience Takeaway:

•    How to become Antibiotics Resistance  
•    The audience will learn from this event mentioned above guideline & apply their job It. 
•    Yes ,They can do  
•    yes 
•    I think so that.  
•    Building Social awareness among the audience  


Ismail hossain completed his bachelor's degree in pharmacy in 2010 from The university of Asia pacific, Dhaka, Bangladesh. After passing his Pharmacy degree he joined globe pharmaceutical ltd (globe biotech) as a Quality assurance Manager & expert in QC instrument & regularity department like different types of  analytical job & deals with different types of drugs (OTC, Antibiotics, Vaccines etc). He has also published different scientific articles by International Journal site.