Pharmacist-led antimicrobial stewardship programme in a small hospital without infectious diseases physicians

  10 June 2022

Pharmacists may be tasked to lead antibiotic stewardship programmes (ASP) implementation in small hospitals in absence of infectious diseases (ID) physicians. The objectives are to evaluate the effectiveness of a pharmacist-led ASP in a hospital without ID physician support, with special focus on indicators of the hospital use of antimicrobial agents based on consumption and asess the potential clinical and economic impact of pharmacist interventions (PIs) through the CLEO tool. A prospective quasi-experimental study to implement an ASP in a 194-bed hospital. We evaluated changes in antimicrobial use measured as mean defined daily doses per 1000 patient-days (AUD) for intervention versus preintervention period.

 

Further reading: Nature Scientific Reports
Author(s): María Rosa Cantudo-Cuenca, Alberto Jiménez-Morales & Juan Enrique Martínez-de la Plata
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