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Antibiotic policies [electronic resource] : theory and practice / edited by Ian M. Gould and Jos W.M. van der Meer.

Contributor(s): Gould, Ian M | Meer, J. W. M. van der.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Springer.Publisher: New York : Kluwer Academic/Plenum, c2005ISBN: 0306485001; 9780306485008; 0387228527 (electronic bk.); 9780387228525 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Antibiotics -- Government policy | Drugs -- Prescribing -- Government policy | Drug resistance in microorganisms -- Prevention -- Government policy | Anti-Bacterial Agents -- administration & dosage | Drug Resistance, Bacterial | Drug and Narcotic Control | MEDICAL -- Allied Health Services -- General | Antibiotiques -- Politique gouvernementale | Médicaments -- Prescription -- Politique gouvernementale | Bactéries pathogènes -- Résistance aux médicaments -- Prévention -- Politique gouvernementaleGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Antibiotic policies.DDC classification: 362.17/82 Online resources: Springer Click here to view this ebook. | Table of contents | Table of contents
Contents:
Foreword; Preface; Contents; 1. Antibiotic Policies -- A Historical Perspective; 2. Guideline Implementation: It is Not Impossible; 3. UK Guidelines: Methodology and Standards of Care; 4. Pneumonia Guidelines in Practice; 5. Collecting, Converting, and Making Sense of Hospital Antimicrobial Consumption Data; 6. How Do Measurements of Antibiotic Consumption Relate to Antibiotic Resistance?; 7. Quantitative Measurement of Antibiotic Use; 8. Benchmarking; 9. Experiences with Antimicrobial Utilisation Surveillance and Benchmarking.
Review: "For 50 years, antibiotics have been dispensed like sweets. This must not be allowed to continue. This unique book assembles contributions from experts around the world concerned with responsible use of antibiotics and the consequences of overuse. For the first time, it provides up to the minute texts on both the theoretical aspects of antibiotic stewardship and the practical aspects of its implementation, with consideration of the key differences between developed and developing countries. All concerned with teaching, practice and administration of clinical medicine, surgery, pharmacy, public health, clinical pharmacology, microbiology, infectious diseases and clinical therapeutics will find Antibiotic Policies: Theory and Practice essential reading. Antibiotic use and resistance is not just the responsibility of specialists in the field but the responsibility of all doctors, pharmacists, nurses, healthcare administrators, patients, and the general public."--Jacket.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Foreword; Preface; Contents; 1. Antibiotic Policies -- A Historical Perspective; 2. Guideline Implementation: It is Not Impossible; 3. UK Guidelines: Methodology and Standards of Care; 4. Pneumonia Guidelines in Practice; 5. Collecting, Converting, and Making Sense of Hospital Antimicrobial Consumption Data; 6. How Do Measurements of Antibiotic Consumption Relate to Antibiotic Resistance?; 7. Quantitative Measurement of Antibiotic Use; 8. Benchmarking; 9. Experiences with Antimicrobial Utilisation Surveillance and Benchmarking.

"For 50 years, antibiotics have been dispensed like sweets. This must not be allowed to continue. This unique book assembles contributions from experts around the world concerned with responsible use of antibiotics and the consequences of overuse. For the first time, it provides up to the minute texts on both the theoretical aspects of antibiotic stewardship and the practical aspects of its implementation, with consideration of the key differences between developed and developing countries. All concerned with teaching, practice and administration of clinical medicine, surgery, pharmacy, public health, clinical pharmacology, microbiology, infectious diseases and clinical therapeutics will find Antibiotic Policies: Theory and Practice essential reading. Antibiotic use and resistance is not just the responsibility of specialists in the field but the responsibility of all doctors, pharmacists, nurses, healthcare administrators, patients, and the general public."--Jacket.

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