Community-Acquired Antimicrobial Resistant Enterobacteriaceae in Central America: A One Health Systematic Review

  20 October 2020

Community-acquired antimicrobial resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CA-ARE) are an increasingly important issue around the world. Characterizing the distribution of regionally specific patterns of resistance is important to contextualize and develop locally relevant interventions. This systematic review adopts a One Health framework considering the health of humans, animals, and the environment to describe CA-ARE in Central America.

Author(s): Lauren O’Neal, Danilo Alvarez, Renata Mendizábal-Cabrera, Brooke M. Ramay, and Jay Graham
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Antimicrobial Resistance Fighter Coalition


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