Rapid Analysis of Diagnostic and Antimicrobial Patterns in R (RadaR): Interactive Open-Source Software App for Infection Management and Antimicrobial Stewardship

  25 June 2019

AMS teams can use RadaR to identify areas within their institutions that might benefit from increased support and targeted interventions. It can be used for the assessment of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures and for visualizing and communicating analyses. RadaR demonstrated the feasibility of developing software tools for use in infection management and for AMS teams in an open-source approach, thus making it free to use and adaptable to different settings.

Further reading: JMIR Publications
Author(s): Christian Friedemann Luz, Matthijs S Berends, Jan-Willem H Dik, Mariëtte Lokate, Céline Pulcini, Corinna Glasner, Bhanu Sinha
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