Efficient sampling to obtain population-based estimates of antimicrobial resistance.
Assessing the usefullness of potential point-of-care tests and non-specific symptoms as diagnostic tools.
BACKGROUND: Current antimicrobial resistance surveillance (AMR) is mainly laboratory based. This approach can have inherent biases given the potential for selective specimen submission for microbiological analysis and for its inability to map …
Can LQAS-based surveillance provide locally-relevant estimates?