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Antibiotic Resistance

Antibiotic resistance is worldwide on the rise. It is one of the most important threats for human medicine in this century.

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Resistance Data Veterinary Medicine

Antibiotic resistance affects human and veterinary medicine (“one health”).

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Antibiotic Consumption

Antibiotic use is one of the most important triggers for antibiotic resistance.

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An INterface For Empirical antimicrobial ChemoTherapy aims at assisting health professionals by providing intuitive access to the latest antimicrobial resistance data and swiss national guidelines.

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ANRESIS, the Swiss Centre for Antibiotic Resistance is a nationwide, representative surveillance system and research instrument for antibiotic resistance and consumption. It is led by the Institute for Infectious Diseases (IFIK) of the University of Bern and is financially supported by the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) and the IFIK.

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Since 2008 methicillin-susceptible Staphylococcus aureus bacteraemia increased significantly, mainly driven by elderly male of the German-speaking part (https://www.anresis.ch/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/202208_SAB_Renggli.pdf).

The latest resistance trends of Switzerland and an AMR burden estimation can now be found in a new overview section of our website https://www.anresis.ch/antibiotic-resistance/resistance-data-human-medicine/#overview

Find up-to-date cantonal trends on VRE in Switzerland on our website https://www.anresis.ch/antibiotic-resistance/resistance-data-human-medicine/?microorganism=enterococci

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Interactive Database Query

Inspect the most relevant resistance data of Switzerland in a tabular view and customize the query according to your preferences.

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ANRESIS continuously collects all anonymized resistance data that is generated in routine diagnostics from

> 30 Laboratories for human medicine
10 Laboratories for veterinary medicine
> 70 Hospital pharmacies
> 1000 Pharmacies

ANRESIS is supported by the following Organisations

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