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Bacterial resistance to antibiotics and responsible use in public hospitals in Panama. 2015

  • At: Buenos Aires (Argentina) (2016)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: GOMEZ, Beatriz (Gorgas Memorial Institute for Health Studies, Health Technology Assessment, Panama, Panama)
  • Co-author(s): Beatriz Gomez:|Eric Conte:Health Technology Assessment,Gorgas Memorial Institute for Health Studies,Panama,Panama|Yovany Morales:School of Pharmacy,Panama Latin University,Panama,Panama|Victor Herrera:Health Technology Assessment,Gorgas Memorial Institute for Health Studies,Panama,Panama|Jose Moreno:Central Reference Laboratory in Public Health,Gorgas Memorial Institute for Health Studies,Panama,Panama|Cesar Zamorano:Medicines Commission,Social Security,Panama,Panama|Julio Toro:
  • Abstract:

    The development of bacterial resistance has become one of the most important problems of public health worldwide. It is more obvious and devastating in hospital care where it is a cause of death. In Panama, bacterial resistance is also an issue that concerns the national authorities and the community. 

    Information of national resistance patterns to


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