A multicentre point prevalence survey of patterns and quality of antibiotic prescribing in Indonesian hospitals

  27 April 2021

The global emergence of antimicrobial resistance is driven by antibiotic misuse and overuse. However, systematic data in Indonesian hospitals to adequately inform policy are scarce.

We conducted a hospital-wide point prevalence survey (PPS) between March and August 2019, using Global-PPS and WHO-PPS protocols. The analysis focused on antibacterials (antibiotics) for systemic use.

Our data indicate a high rate of empirical use of broad-spectrum antibiotics in Indonesian hospitals, coupled with poor documentation and guideline adherence. The findings suggest important areas for antimicrobial stewardship interventions.

Author(s): Ralalicia Limato, Erni J Nelwan, Manzilina Mudia, Justin de Brabander, Helio Guterres, Enty Enty, Ifael Y Mauleti, Maria Mayasari, Iman Firmansyah, May Hizrani, Raph L Hamers
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