Antibiotics are drugs very valuable, which should preserve the effectiveness of action by using only wisely. Follow a few rules of good practice in order not to penalize your kids!
Children are the biggest consumers of antibiotics and therefore brunt of resistance. In 2002, children under 6 years received more than six antibiotics on average, six times more than the general population. It's a real paradox when we know that younger people are especially respiratory infections with viral origins. Antibiotics are prescribed by unnecessarily since they can only fight bacterial infections. This is unfortunate, because prescribed excessive, resistors are set up and tend to render ineffective these molecules in children.
Context psychological and social is also involved. Parents want their children to this particular drug and deemed effective. Furthermore, with the constraints of childcare for children, they demand the most aggressive treatment.
Some basic rules:
To prevent infection
Infections of childhood are natural steps that you can not escape. However, we can limit their frequency by asking a child to respect some gestures simple hygiene.