Pharmacoeconomics of Antibacterial Treatment

  title={Pharmacoeconomics of Antibacterial Treatment},
  author={Peter Garnet Davey and Mo M. Malek and Sharon E. Parker},
Antibacterial drugs account for between 3 and 25% of all prescriptions, between 6 and 21 % of the total market value of drugs in a single country, and up to 50% of the drug budget in hospitals. Bacterial infection is widely perceived as disease caused by harmful outside agents which can be isolated and tested to select the best drug for treatment. In fact, the need for any treatment and the pros and cons of different drugs are just as debatable as in any other therapeutic area. Moreover, the… CONTINUE READING


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