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Factors That Get in the Way of Appropriate Use of Antimicrobial Medicines in Humans (No.3)

USD 6.00 Publisher: TWN
ISBN: 978-967-0747-33-0
Year: 2019
No. of pages: 40
Size of book: 14cm x 21cm








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In light of established principles and strategies for appropriate use of antimicrobial medicines, this paper examines studies on antimicrobial use trends across several countries in the Asia and Pacific regions. The author draws upon the outcomes of these studies, which look at prescribing patterns and consumer perceptions regarding antimicrobials, to identify key factors that have an impact on antimicrobial use. It is found that proper antimicrobial use - which is integral to controlling the development of antimicrobial resistance - hinges crucially on, among other factors, education of prescribers and consumers, up-to-date standard treatment guidelines, and a strong regulatory framework governing the prescribing, sale and distribution of antimicrobials.

Beverley Snell is an Associate Principal Fellow of the Macfarlane Burnet Institute for Medical Research and Public Health in Melbourne, Australia. She is also the coordinator of Health Action International Asia-Pacific <www.haiasiapacific.org>.

Contents

Summary
  1. Principles and Strategies to Encourage Best Use of Antimicrobial Medicines
  2. Analysis of Studies Focussing on the Use of Antimicrobial Medicines
  3. Discussion
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This book was added to our catalog on Tuesday 18 June, 2019.



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