It's been more than 30 years since a new type of antibiotic has been made available to patients. Dr. Shannon Ross has experienced the consequences first-hand.
"My worst fear as a doctor, in regards to the antibiotic resistance crisis, is not being able to treat a patient, and having to tell the family that there are no options to treat them," Shannon says. "We have fewer and fewer options to treat patients."
In this video, Dr. Shannon Ross explores how antibiotic resistance unfolds on a day-to-day basis—and explains different ways that hospitals and other healthcare providers can help combat the crisis.
Hear more stories from people affected by antibiotic resistance: pewtrusts.org/superbug-stories