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CDC has many graphics related to antibiotic prescribing, use, and resistance. Below is just a sample of those materials. Use these tools in media stories, newsletters, social media, or other outreach efforts. Please credit CDC when using these graphics except in social media where space is limited.

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Annual Burden of Antibiotic Resistance in the United States

How Antibiotic Resistance Happens

Medical illustration of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)

Understanding Inappropriate Antibiotic Use
Understanding Inappropriate Antibiotic Use
Target Audience: General public and healthcare professionals
This infographic explains the types of inappropriate antibiotic use. The graphic shows an example of unnecessary use or overuse and an example of misuse or incorrect prescription.
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Reasons Antibiotic Prescribing Guidelines Are Not Followed
Reasons Antibiotic Prescribing Guidelines Are Not Followed
Target Audience: General public and healthcare professionals
This infographic outlines three reasons antibiotic prescribing guidelines are not followed: belief that non-recommended antibiotics are a better option, concern for patient satisfaction, and fear of infection complications.
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Improving Antibiotic Prescribing
Improving Antibiotic Prescribing
Target Audience: Healthcare professionals
This infographic explains three ways healthcare professionals can improve antibiotic prescribing: staying up to date on clinical guidelines, communicating with patients regarding expectations, and counseling patients about antibiotic resistance.
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6 Smart Facts About Antibiotic Use
6 Smart Facts About Antibiotic Use
Target Audience: General public
This infographic reviews six facts about antibiotic use: antibiotics are life-saving, antibiotics only treat bacterial infections, not all ear infections and sore throats require antibiotics, green colored mucus is not a sign of a bacterial infection and that taking antibiotics does have risks.
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