Antibotics Which Distrbuted in the Hospital of Al Wahda (Derna, Libya) by Medical Supply Ward for 3 Months and Their Relations With Number of Patients Admitted and Compare These Antibiotics With Bacterial Culture Results Done by Laboratory


Antibotics Which Distrbuted in the Hospital of Al Wahda (Derna, Libya) by Medical Supply Ward for 3 Months and Their Relations With Number of Patients Admitted and Compare These Antibiotics With Bacterial Culture Results Done by Laboratory


Mahmoud El Mabri1, Abduljaleel el-shalwi2, Bilal B Rafadi3

1Medical Supply Ward Wahda Hospital, Faculty of Pharmacy. Benghazi University, Derna Libya; 2Medical Supply Ward Wahda Hospital, Faculty of Pharmacy. Omar Elmokhtar University; 3Benghazi University, Derna Libya


 International Journal of Hospital Pharmacy

Antimicrobial resistance (and particularly antibiotic resistance) is spreading now, and there are few prospects for the development of new classes of antibiotics in the short term. However, there is today considerable awareness of the need for, and political support for, action to combat Antimicrobial resistance1. Surveillance of antimicrobial use tracks how and why antimicrobials are being used and misused by patients and healthcare providers. Monitoring antimicrobial prescription and consumption behavior provides insights and tools needed to inform therapy decisions, to assess the public health consequences of antimicrobial misuse, and to evaluate the impact resistance containment interventions2. And all reports from WHO tell us about post antibiotics era that will be start if we don’t work quickly on antibiotics resistance by all efforts and due to situations of my country in Libya now need a lot of studies to decrease corruption in budgets put for health sector.
Experimental methods:
Study made by pilot method and we depend on data collected from dispensing papers of medical supply ward in Al Wahda hospital.
*medical statistics office of Al Wahda hospital
*Al Wahda hospital laboratory.
*data collected to 3 months and 477 in- patient of wahda hospital.
Results and discussion:
After collect data from dispensing paper that based on treatment chart, we covered 477 patients for 3 months by 2169 ceftri-702 gent-1360 aug-547 cefot-23amik. And we notice percentage of higher antibiotics use was ceftriaxone equal to 45.18 % of totality and use of broad antibiotics rather than narrow antibiotics by 84.9% ,and in all principles of clinical pharmacology direct to use narrow firstly plus first line antibiotics therapy as shown in figure 1,2 respectively. And the percentage of patients those received antibiotics that
Available in hospital from all patients was 25.3% ,we found that the most higher antibiotic sensitive to bacteria was CIPRO and others appear as shown in table below where Ceftriaxone in lower rank by 2.3% as shown in figure no :3 and we found percentage of cultures done to inpatient was 28.09% to all patients’ take antibiotics and others take its blindly and we note the higher bacteria strain diagnosed was staph .c. aur and we found 70 culture tests from 134 show no bacterial growth which is shows mistake in medical requests. As shown in fig:no 4 ,then. we found the higher ward using antibiotics from all wards is FMW and this ward less one request


Keywords: Antibiotics, Medical Supply Ward

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How to cite this article:
Mahmoud El Mabri, Abduljaleel el-shalwi, Bilal B Rafadi. Antibotics Which Distrbuted in the Hospital of Al Wahda (Derna, Libya) by Medical Supply Ward for 3 Months and Their Relations With Number of Patients Admitted and Compare These Antibiotics With Bacterial Culture Results Done by Laboratory. International Journal of Hospital Pharmacy, 2020,5:40. DOI: 10.28933/ijhp-2020-02-2405


References:

1. WHO /website /antibiotics resistance
2. guideline of antimicrobial usage clevland clinic
3. clinical pharmacology eleventh edition PETER NBENNETT .
4. Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy 46:347-350.