How to avoid a broad spectrum antibiotic disaster

A sweeping outbreak of antibiotic-resistant bacteria is sweeping across the United States and Europe, and health experts warn that the problem is getting worse by the day.

The Associated Press spoke to experts about how to avoid the spread of this deadly pandemic and what they can do to make sure the country stays safe.

Here are the questions we’re asking: 1.

What is a broad-spectrum antibiotic?

A broad-scale antibiotic is a drug that is designed to treat a wide range of diseases.

It has an impact on many different kinds of bacteria, but it’s usually administered as a single dose to a single person or group of people.

For example, a broad range of antibiotics is used to treat people with pneumonia and some types of urinary tract infections.

For the flu, some antibiotics are used to help the body fight off bacteria that can cause respiratory infections.

Most antibiotics have different uses for different kinds and types of infections.

A broad spectrum drug works by destroying a type of bacteria that normally causes an infection.

For some infections, a combination of two or more broad-band antibiotics works well.

For other infections, the broad-resistance drug may need to be combined with a different antibiotic.

For a broad disease, the combination may be one broad antibiotic and one specific antibiotic.

2.

Why are so many people dying?

A wide-scale infection can be deadly.

People with a broad infection are more likely to have complications like pneumonia and pneumonia-related bloodstream infections.

They may die of the complications of pneumonia or other infections that are not as serious.

Many people also may die from infections like diarrhea or other gastrointestinal infections that do not require antibiotics.

The number of deaths from infections is also rising as more people get sick with a wide-range infection.

3.

What can I do to protect myself?

Most of the broad spectrum medications are not available on the market right now.

But there are some ways to protect yourself.

Most broad-scope antibiotics can’t be bought in stores and need to go through a hospital or pharmacy, where they’re tested and tested again.

In the US, there are three different types of hospital-acquired infections.

In most cases, the first one will be the most severe and will require treatment.

The other two will be milder and will usually be treated at home.

4.

How do I make sure my home or workplace is safe?

There are different ways to ensure your home or workspace is safe.

First, you should consider how to make it safe for you and your family.

In a hospital setting, for example, you may be able to have someone at your home to monitor you while you’re in the hospital and give you information on what you can do if you get sick.

If you’re staying in a hotel room with others who have a wide spectrum infection, there may be a better way to keep you safe.

For people staying in homes with people with a broader spectrum infection who don’t need antibiotics, there is a vaccine available that can be administered to help fight off infections like pneumonia, urinary tract infection and pneumonia.

This vaccine is made by Mylan, a medical device manufacturer.

It’s a nasal spray that contains a shot of a generic version of the flu shot, called the nasal spray containing the flu vaccine.

The vaccine has been around for about three decades and is not recommended for people over the age of 12.

It doesn’t contain any specific antibiotics and is given once a year.

The nasal spray has a shelf life of about four months, but the vaccine can be stored for up to three months.

It also contains a smaller dose of a stronger version of flu vaccine that has a shorter shelf life.

In some places, including nursing homes, you can have your home nurse take a nasal shot and keep it on hand for you.

This is called a “pulmonary-respiratory exchange vaccine.”

If you need to use the vaccine, your nurse may take it and store it in a sterile container for at least a week or two.

Then, you might need to take it once a day.

Another way to protect your home and workplace is to get a flu vaccine booster.

This may be the only vaccine you need and comes in different doses, like a single shot, two shots or a booster shot.

This can help you stay safe for longer.

It may be important to talk to your doctor before getting the vaccine.

If your doctor says that you should get the vaccine and you’re pregnant, get a second shot if you’re breastfeeding, you’re under the age and you have a weakened immune system.

The shots are usually administered by a nurse, so you may need more than one shot to be protected.

5.

What are some of the antibiotics I should be taking to stay safe?

Many people use antibiotics to treat infections that aren’t really infections, such as bacterial vaginosis.

You may also want to consider getting the flu booster to prevent a wider-scale spread of infections like