Ashok Rattan1*, Erum Khan2 and Debadatta Panigrahi2
1Advisor, Medical Services, Redcliffe Labs, India 2College of Medicine, Ajman University, Ajman, United Arab Emirates
1Advisor, Medical Services, Redcliffe Labs, India
2College of Medicine, Ajman University, Ajman, United Arab Emirates
*Corresponding Author: Ashok Rattan, Advisor, Medical Services, Redcliffe Labs, India.
Received: April 08, 2022; Published: May 25, 2022
Bacterial resistance is a worldwide phenomenon. Being partly man-made, it is probably the most dangerous pandemic affecting every country and all walks of life. The formulation of antibiotic policies has been one of many strategies tried, most of which have been unfortunately unsuccessful. To ensure control of this multifactorial problem, a number of steps need to be taken simultaneously. The concept of care bundle to tackle important healthcare problems have recently gained ground. It was originally developed by Institute of Healthcare Improvement, USA and Refined by Health Protection Agency, NHS, Scotland. As apparent by previous scientific evidence a bundle is a set of three to five practices which need to be carried out collectively, reliably, and continuously resulting in improved patient outcomes. The implementation of care bundle is monitored on all or none basis and regular feedback is provided to the team to help in continuous improvement in level of healthcare delivery.
Keywords:Bacterial Resistance; Healthcare; Antibiotic
Citation: Ashok Rattan., et al. “Antibiotic Use Bundle". Acta Scientific Microbiology 5.6 (2022): 69-73.
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