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2nd Edition of International Conference

and Expo on Clinical Microbiology

June 23-24, 2023 | Rome, Italy

Antimicrobal resistance

Antimicrobal resistance

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is one of the century's most important global public health issues. Antibiotic resistance occurs when bacteria and fungi acquire the ability to resist antibiotics that were designed to kill them. This indicates that the germs are not destroyed and continue to multiply. Antibiotic-resistant bacteria produce infections that are difficult, if not impossible, to treat. Antibiotic resistance does not imply that the body has developed resistance to antibiotics; rather, microorganisms have developed resistance to the drugs intended to kill them. Antibiotic resistance in bacteria makes the problem of AMR even more important. Bacteria that cause common or serious infections have developed resistance to each new antibiotic that comes to market over several decades, to variable degrees. Faced with this fact, immediate action is required to avert a looming global health-care crisis.

  • Antimicrobial Resistance Testing Detection and Diagnostic
  • Drug-Resistant Viral Emergence
  • Impact on Public Health
  • Microbiological and Clinical Studies
  • Molecular Epidemiology
  • Resistance Mechanisms
  • Resistance to Disinfectants
  • Resistome And Proteome
  • Viral Resistant Variants
ICCM 2023 Speakers
Speaker at and Expo on Clinical Microbiology 2023 - Guillermo Bracamonte

Guillermo Bracamonte

National University of Cordoba (UNC), Argentina
Speaker at and Expo on Clinical Microbiology 2023 - Adriano Alberti

Adriano Alberti

Universidade do Sul de Santa Catarina, Brazil
Speaker at and Expo on Clinical Microbiology 2023 - Abduh Murshed

Abduh Murshed

Tongji University, China

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