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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The meeting held under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has decided to implement the Antibiotic policy in January 2018. The meeting was held on the basis of the evaluation that perilous situation is existing now wherein antibiotics are not affecting the body. Overuse of the medicine is also badly affecting the immune mechanism of the body.
 
Overuse of the medicine has been destroying other bacteria in the body that resist diseases. Supplying antibiotics without the prescription is also dangerous. It has been found that antibiotics are unnecessarily supplied to animal welfare department and Fisheries department.                                                 
 
The health department are taking strong steps to deal with resistance developed by the body against antibiotics. Instructions have been given to different departments in Medical College on the type of antibiotics to be used in each department. The chief minister has given instruction to create awareness about this among doctors and the public.
 
Minister K K Sailaja, Chief Minister’s scientific advisor M C Dhathan and Health department principal secretary Rajeev Sadanandan took part in the meeting.
 
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