Fast-food giants KFC and McDonald's have recently been involved in the "fast-breaking chicken" storm. According to the media's exposure on the 23rd, 45 days can be put on the table. "Chaocheng Chicken" breeder Shanxi Group is the big supplier of these two fast food brands. The speed of growth of â€œquick-starting chickenâ€ can be astonishing. In order to increase resistance to diseases, broilers are fed up to 11 drugs; as long as no disease occurs within 45 days, broilers can be successfully slaughtered and then flowed into the market for human consumption. According to the report, these chickens were slaughtered after drug control.
The discussion of accelerated chickens focused on growth hormone but ignored the abuse of antibiotics and fattening agents. Now that the disease is complicated, farmers reported online that â€œflocks use drugs almost every day, and there is no basis for farmers to keep chickens without drugsâ€. In the past, the question of whether or not to use hormones in fast-acting chickens was actually one of the other major problems in aquaculture. The abuse of antibiotics and other drugs deserves more attention.
Antibiotics, also known as antibiotics, are drugs that inhibit and kill pathogens such as bacteria, chlamydia, mycoplasma, spirochetes, and fungi. Once the human body is infected with these pathogens (excluding viruses), it can be treated with antibiotics. That is to say, antibiotics are drugs that are used to treat various bacterial infections or to suppress pathogenic microbial infections.
Experts Explain the Three Hazards of Misuse of Antibiotics
Hazard 1: A lot of use of antibiotics will bring about a strong side effects, direct damage to the body, especially for children's hearing.
The most serious side effects of antibiotics are allergic reactions. At present, there are more than 200 kinds of antibiotics in our country. Studies have shown that each kind of antibiotic has different degrees of damage to the human body. Such as streptomycin, kanamycin can cause dizziness, tinnitus, deafness; gentamicin, kanamycin, vancomycin can damage the kidneys and so on. The ear is most sensitive to side effects of antibiotics, such as streptomycin, gentamycin, and kanamycin most likely to affect the hair cells of the ear, causing hearing loss.
In particular, especially young children who use fever with antibiotics and a child can't express it, it is too late when the deafness symptoms appear slowly. In addition, families that are particularly sensitive to antibiotics should also be very careful. If a patient has deafness in the family or has been found to have deafness after antibiotic use, his relatives and offspring should be banned.
Hazard 2: The use of more antibiotics will make bacteria resistant, making antibiotics less effective or even ineffective.
The use of antibiotics too much will also make the killing bacteria resistant. Moreover, this resistance to bacteria can also be transmitted to each other. Bacteria are resistant to certain antibiotics. They can also be resistant to other antibiotics, and the resistance can also be found in bacteria, normal bacteria and human normal flora. Between pathogenic bacteria, through the mutual transmission of drug resistance genes, bacterial drug resistance is complicated.
Hazard 3: Antibiotics are used too much and excessively, killing a large number of normal bacteria in the body, allowing pathogens to take advantage of them, and can cause death.
The bacteria in the human body is mainly found in the intestines. Some bacteria help to digest, others are parasites. They are found in the skin, oropharynx, and the eyes of the ears. These are places that are open to the outside world. They are not pathogenic bacteria, but under certain conditions, these Parasites can become pathogenic bacteria. When dysbacteriosis occurs in the body, once there is infection in one part of the body, it can easily deteriorate, and it can even be dead.
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