Antibiotic Policies: Fighting Resistance, Ian M.Gould
Springer Science + Business Media, LLC | English | ISBN 0387708405 | 296 pages | PDF | 6.45 MB | 2008
Fortunately, today, it is clear that antimicrobial resistance results in major part, but not entirely, from the ways that we use antimicrobial agents, and that the overall interests of patients in general, as well as those of society, are well served by efforts to use these drugs as well as possible. Many nations have established rubrics for this, and guidelines on such stewardship now have been published by professional societies such as the Infectious Diseases Society of America. The principle, then, now is well-established. The problem remains, however, as to the best way to accomplish this lofty goal (ISBN-13: 9780387708409).