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    • Antimicrobial Use in US Hospitals: Comparison of Results From Emerging Infections Program Prevalence Surveys, 2015 and 2011  

      Magill, Shelley S; O’Leary, Erin; Ray, Susan M; Kainer, Marion A; Evans, Christopher; Bamberg, Wendy M; Johnston, Helen; Janelle, Sarah J; Oyewumi, Tolulope; Lynfield, Ruth; Rainbow, Jean; Warnke, Linn; Nadle, Joelle; Thompson, Deborah L; Sharmin, Shamima; Pierce, Rebecca; Zhang, Alexia Y; Ocampo, Valerie; Maloney, Meghan; Greissman, Samantha; Wilson, Lucy E; Dumyati, Ghinwa; Edwards, Jonathan R; Emerging Infections Program Hospital Prevalence Survey Team (Oxford Academic, 2020-06-10)
      Background In the 2011 US hospital prevalence survey of healthcare-associated infections and antimicrobial use 50% of patients received antimicrobial medications on the survey date or day before. More hospitals have since ...
    • Assessment of the Appropriateness of Antimicrobial Use in US Hospitals 

      Magill, Shelley S.; O’Leary, Erin; Ray, Susan M.; Kainer, Marion A.; Evans, Christopher; Bamberg, Wendy M.; Johnston, Helen; Janelle, Sarah J.; Oyewumi, Tolulope; Lynfield, Ruth; Rainbow, Jean; Warnke, Linn; Nadle, Joelle; Thompson, Deborah L.; Sharmin, Shamima; Pierce, Rebecca; Zhang, Alexia Y.; Ocampo, Valerie; Maloney, Meghan; Greissman, Samantha; Wilson, Lucy E.; Dumyati, Ghinwa; Edwards, Jonathan R.; Chea, Nora; Neuhauser, Melinda M.; Emerging Infections Program Hospital Prevalence Survey Team (JAMA Network, 2021-03-18)
      Importance Hospital antimicrobial consumption data are widely available; however, large-scale assessments of the quality of antimicrobial use in US hospitals are limited. Objective To evaluate the appropriateness of ...
    • Emerging Infectious Diseases Videos for Prehospital Providers 

      Jenkins, J. Lee; Bissell, Richard; Wilson, Lucy; University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Department of Emergency Health Services: Maryland Department of Health (Cambridge University Press, 2019-05-06)
      Introduction: The prehospital disaster and emergency medical services community stands on the front-line in the response to events such as novel influenza, multi-drug resistant tuberculosis, and other high consequence ...