National policy for containment of antimicrobial resistance India
Antimicrobial resistance in pathogens causing important communicable diseases has become a matter of great public health concern globally including India. Resistance has emerged even to newer, more potent antimicrobial agents like carbapenems. The factors responsible for this are widespread use and availability of practically all the antimicrobials across the counter meant for human, animal and industrial consumption.
- Bacterial vaccines in clinical and preclinical development 2021: an overview and analysis
- Monitoring global progress on addressing antimicrobial resistance: analysis report of the second round of results of AMR country self-assessment survey 2018
- Global increase and geographic convergence in antibiotic consumption between 2000 and 2015
- Govt to put antibiotic use in poultry, fish under scanner