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Antimicrobial Use in US Hospitals: Comparison of Results From Emerging Infections Program Prevalence Surveys, 2015 and 2011
(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 ...
Antimicrobial Use in a Cohort of US Nursing Homes, 2017
Importance Controlling antimicrobial resistance in health care is a public health priority, although data describing antimicrobial use in US nursing homes are limited. Objective To measure the prevalence of antimicrobial ...
Assessment of the Appropriateness of Antimicrobial Use in US Hospitals
(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 ...