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"The Path of Least Resistance"


Written by: Standing Medical Advisory Committee


Coverage: Prevention


Summary: An independent report commissioned by the UK Government into the current status of antimicrobial resistance and action that needs to be taken to prevent further spread of resistance.


Published by: Department of Health


Level of Evidence: Systematic Review


Date of Publication: 01/01/98
Date of Posting: 17/01/2003
Date of next Review: 08/07/2006


Available at: http://www.advisorybodies.doh.gov.uk/smac1.htm


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Format: PDF


Publication Type: Governmental


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MeSH keywords: Drug Resistance, Bacterial; Drug Resistance, Microbial; Drug Resistance, Fungal; Drug Resistance, Viral



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