Antibiotic resistance in Pakistan: a systematic review of past decade

  09 March 2021

During the last six decades, extensive use of antibiotics has selected resistant strains, increasing the rate of fatal infectious diseases, and exerting an economic burden on society. This situation is widely accepted as a global problem, yet its degree is not well elucidated in many regions of the world. Up till now, no systemic analysis of Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in Pakistan has been published. The current study aims to describe the antibiotic-resistance scenario of Pakistan from human samples of the last 10 y, to find the gaps in surveillances and methodology and recommendations for researchers and prescribers founded on these outcomes.

Outcomes of our study emphasize that most of the pathogens show high resistance to commonly used antibiotics.

Further reading: BMC Infectious Diseases
Author(s): Hazrat Bilal, Muhammad Nadeem Khan, Tayyab Rehman, Muhammad Fazal Hameed, Xingyuan Yang
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Unrestricted financial support by:

Antimicrobial Resistance Fighter Coalition


JSS University


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