plea is a step towards antibiotic stewardship. Currently used antibiotics in clinical practice are important since they have evidence of use but due to rising resistance these important resources are becoming scarce. It is our duty to preserve
the effectiveness of existing antibiotics and thus contribute in reducing the mortality associated with
growing antimicrobial resistance.
We are on a mission to promote excellence in hospital practices by educating society and health care personnels to reduce the prevalence of Hospital Acquired Infections
ARB’s are non antibiotic compounds that in combination with antibiotics enhance the antibacterial activity of the antibiotics
A comprehensive software system for pan-India AMR surveillance program
Implemented through a vast network across 15 states, 250 districts through 150 centers including various Healthcare Institutions/Hospitals/Research Centers
This program focuses on health, sanitation and hygiene awareness in general public, school and colleges
The race against resistance is one that cannot be won solely by innovating new medicines. To truly combat this global resistance epidemic, a multipronged approach is required. Antimicrobial stewardship has been defined as "the optimal selection, dosage, and duration of antimicrobial treatment that results in the best clinical outcome for the treatment or prevention of infection, with minimal toxicity to the patient and minimal impact on subsequent resistance.