Antibiotics are essential medicines for fighting bacterial infection. They kill the bacteria or slow their growth, allowing the immune system to clear up the infection. But antibiotics may lose their effectiveness if bacteria are no longer susceptible to them: they have evolved resistance. Copious use of antibiotics stimulates the occurrence and growth of (multi) resistant bacteria. Infection by resistant bacteria is naturally more difficult to treat. So, it is very important that we undertake global action to fight antimicrobial resistance, better known by its abbreviation AMR.