Impact of a comprehensive antimicrobial stewardship program on institutional burden of antimicrobial resistance: a 14-year controlled interrupted time series study

  10 December 2019

Implementation of a comprehensive Antimicrobial Stewardship Program (ASP) resulting in reduced Antimicrobial use was associated with a significant reduction in institutional Antimicrobial resistance (AMR), even though community AMR increased during the same period. These results confirm that ASPs play an important role in the fight against AMR. 

Author(s): Christine Peragine, Sandra A N Walker, Andrew Simor, Scott E Walker, Alexander Kiss, Jerome A Leis
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