European intensive care physicians’ experience of infections due to antibiotic-resistant bacteria

  03 January 2020

The percentage of European ICU physicians perceiving AMR as a substantial problem in their ICU is high with variation by sub-region in line with epidemiological studies. The reports of bacteria resistant to almost all available antibiotics and the limited availability of last-line antibiotics in ICUs in the EU/EEA are of concern.

Author(s): Alain Lepape, Astrid Jean, Jan De Waele, Arnaud Friggeri, Anne Savey, Philippe Vanhems, Marie Paule Gustin, Dominique L. Monnet, José Garnacho-Montero & Anke Kohlenberg
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