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Antibiotic Policies Theory and Practice
Dil:
English
ISBN:
9780387228525
Yayın Bilgileri:
Boston, MA : Springer US, 2005.
Fiziksel Tanımlama:
XIV, 766 p. online resource.
İçerik:
Antibiotic Policies—A Historical Perspective -- Guideline Implementation: It is Not Impossible -- UK Guidelines: Methodology and Standards of Care -- Pneumonia Guidelines in Practice -- Collecting, Converting, and Making Sense of Hospital Antimicrobial Consumption Data -- How Do Measurements of Antibiotic Consumption Relate to Antibiotic Resistance? -- Quantitative Measurement of Antibiotic Use -- Benchmarking -- Experiences with Antimicrobial Utilisation Surveillance and Benchmarking -- Interventions to Optimise Antibiotic Prescribing in Hospitals: The UK Approach -- Improving Prescribing in Surgical Prophylaxis -- Audits for Monitoring the Quality of Antimicrobial Prescriptions -- Multidisciplinary Antimicrobial Management Teams and the Role of the Pharmacist in Management of Infection -- Antibiotic Policy—Slovenian Experiences -- Intensive Care Unit -- The Real Cost of MRSA -- Antifungal Agents: Resistance and Rational Use -- Strategies for the Rational Use of Antivirals -- Disinfection Policies in Hospitals and the Community -- The Evolution of Antibiotic Resistance within Patients -- Impact of Pharmacodynamics on Dosing Schedules: Optimizing Efficacy, Reducing Resistance, and Detection of Emergence of Resistance -- Types of Surveillance Data and Meaningful Indicators for Reporting Antimicrobial Resistance -- Data Mining to Discover Emerging Patterns of Antimicrobic Resistance -- Applications of Time-series Analysis to Antibiotic Resistance and Consumption Data -- Biocide Use and Antibiotic Resistance -- Interventions to Improve Antibiotic Prescribing in the Community -- Education of Patients and Professionals -- The Influence of National Policies on Antibiotic Prescribing -- Antibiotic Use in the Community -- Antibiotic Use in the Community: The French Experience -- Antibiotic Policies in Developing Countries -- Antimicrobial Resistance and its Containment in Developing Countries -- Antibiotic Use in Animals—Policies and Control Measures Around Europe -- The Pharmaceutical Company Approach to Antibiotic Policies -- Antibiotic Use—Ecological Issues and Required Actions.
Özet:
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.

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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.


İçindekiler

ForewordS. Levy
Preface
1 Antibiotic Policies - a Historical PerspectiveI. Phillips
2 Guideline Implementation: It is not ImpossibleP.A. Gross
3 UK Guidelines: Methodology and Standards of CareD. Nathwani
4 Pneumonia Guidelines in PracticeG. Barlow
5 Collecting, Converting and Making Sense of Hospital Antimicrobial Consumption DataS. Natsch
6 How Do Measurements of Antibiotic Consumption Relate to Antibiotic Resistance?R.L. White
7 Quantitative Measurement of Antibiotic UseF.M. MacKenzie and I.M. Gould
8 BenchmarkingH. Westh
9 Experiences with Antimicrobial Utilisation Surveillance and BenchmarkingC.M. Dollman
10 Interventions to Optimise Antibiotic Prescribing in Hospitals: The UK ApproachE.M. Brown
11 Improving Prescribing in Surgical ProphylaxisJ.W.M. van der Meer and M. van Kasteren
12 Audits for Monitoring the Quality of Antimicrobial PrescriptionsI.C. Gyssens
13 Multidisciplinary Antimicrobial Management Teams and the Role of the Pharmacist in Management of InfectionK. Knox and W. Lawson and A. Holmes
14 Antibiotic Policy - Slovenian ExperiencesM. Cicaronman and B. Beovic
15 Intensive Care UnitH. Hanberger and D.L. Monnet and L.E. Nilsson
16 The Real Cost of MRSAS.J. Dancer
17 Antifungal Agents: Resistance and Rational UseF.C. Odds
18 Strategies for the Rational use of AntiviralsS.M.L. Waugh and W.F. Carman
19 Disinfection Policies in Hospitals and the CommunityE. Alp and A. Voss
20 The Evolution of Antibiotic Resistance Within PatientsI.R. Booth
21 Impact of Pharmacodynamics on Dosing Schedules: Optimizing Efficacy, Reducing Resistance and Detection of Emergence of ResistanceJ.W. Mouton
22 Types of Surveillance Data and Meaningful Indicators for Reporting Antimicrobial ResistanceH.M. Richet
23 Data Mining to Discover Emerging Patterns of Antimicrobic ResistanceJ.A. Poupard and R.C. Gagnon and M.J. Stanhope
24 Applications of Time Series Analysis to Antibiotic Resistance and Consumption DataJ.-M. Lopez-Lozano and D.L. Monnet and P. Campillos Alonso and A. Cabrera Quintero and N. Gonzalo Jimenez and A. Yague Muoz and C. Thomas and A. Beyaert and M. Stevenson and T.V. Riley
25 Biocide Use and Antibiotic ResistanceJ.-Y. Maillard
26 Interventions to Improve Antibiotic Prescribing in the CommunityS.L. Arnold
27 Education of Patients and ProfessionalsC. Bond
28 The Influence of National Policies on Antibiotic PrescribingM. Lelekis and P. Gargalianos
29 Antibiotic Use in the CommunityS. Molstad and O. Cars
30 Antibiotic Use in the Community: The French ExperienceA. Sommet and D. Guillemot
31 Antibiotic Policies in Developing CountriesA. Sosa
32 Antimicrobial Resistance and its Containment in Developing CountriesD.K. Byarugaba
33 Antibiotic Use in Animals - Policies and Control Measures Around EuropeP. Sanders
34 The Pharmaceutical Company Approach to Antibiotic PoliciesA.R. White
35 Antibiotic Use - Ecological Issues and Required ActionsI.M. Gould
Index