Antibiotic stewardship

Every nurse has a responsibility to prevent antibiotic resistance. Takeaways: Nurses have a key role to play in preventing infections and preserving the power of antibiotics. Antimicrobial resistance…

Lack of access to antibiotics is global challenge

Although overuse of antibiotics gets most of the attention, many people in low-and middle-income countries die because they lack access to antibiotics, according to a report from the…

Recognizing nurses’ role in antibiotic stewardship

By Julie Cullen, Managing Editor, American Nurse Today Elizabeth Monsees, PhD, RN, CIC, FAPIC I recently spoke with Elizabeth Monsees, PhD, RN, CIC, FAPIC, antimicrobial stewardship program manager…

Superbugs trump wonder drugs

Our grandparents’ generation first witnessed the wonders of antimicrobial agents. These drugs saved millions of lives and rendered harmless a number of previously untreatable fatal illnesses. But their…

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