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Antimicrobial resistance surveillance report, Patan Hospital, Nepal, 01 Jan 2018 to 30 Dec 2018

posted on 24.01.2021, 15:16 by Patan Hospital, Kathmandu

Updated on 18th January 2021

This update fixes inaccurate estimations of the proportion of non-susceptible isolates of E. coli and K. pneumoniae for ampicillin (page 9-10 in the AMR surveillance report) in AMASS 1.0. The updated AMR surveillance report and output files were generated by AMASS 1.1 using the same data sets and data dictionary files. AMASS 1.1 (figshare link https://figshare.com/articles/dataset/AMASS_zip/7763330) fixes a typo in the R code (z_Rcode.R file) of the AMASS 1.0 that caused the inaccurate estimations.

AutoMated tool for Antimicrobial resistance Surveillance System (AMASS) was developed as an offline, open-access and easy-to-use application that allows a hospital to perform data analysis independently and generate isolate-based and sample-based surveillance reports stratified by infection origin from routinely collected electronic databases. AMASS performs data analysis and generates reports automatically. The application can be downloaded from https://www.amass.website

This is a repository of the files for Patan Hospital. The attached three files are:
1) The AMR surveillance report automatically generated from AMASS using hospital admission and microbiology data of Patan Hospital in Nepal
2) Aggregated summary data in .csv format automatically generated from AMASS
3) Data dictionary for microbiology data file of Patan Hospital (configured by the hospital to be used with the AMASS application)

Please note that the two data dictionary files can be re-used with the data files of the hospital in the future in cases when variables names and values in the raw data remained unchanged.


Epidemiology and health burdens of antimicrobial resistant bacterial infection in Southeast Asia and impact of antibiotic use on patient survival

Wellcome Trust

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