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Interactive Web Apps

Antibiotic Resistance Investment Map

CDC’s Antibiotic Resistance Investment Map is a public web app providing information on CDC’s key AR activities by state. The printable fact sheets provide information for stakeholders at the state and local level to use and improve understanding of how CDC supports AR activities in their area.

Antibiotic Resistance Patient Safety Atlas
 Patient Safety Atlas Interactive Web App

CDC’s Antibiotic Resistance Patient Safety Atlas provides open and interactive data about healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) caused by antibiotic resistant bacteria, which are reported to CDC through the National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN).

NARMS NOW: Human Data
NARMS Now: Human Data

NARMS Now: Human Data is an interactive tool from CDC that contains antibiotic resistance data from bacteria isolated from humans as part of the National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System (NARMS). The tool makes it easier and quicker to find out how antibiotic resistance has changed over the past 20 years for four bacteria transmitted commonly through food—Campylobacter, E. coli O157, Salmonella, and Shigella.

Factsheets & Infographics

AR Solutions Initiative: Antibiotic Use in Healthcare Settings
AR Solutions Initiative: HAI/AR Prevention Programs

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AR Solutions Initiative: AR Lab Network
AR Solutions Initiative: AR Lab Network

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AR Solutions Initiative: AR & Food Safety
AR Solutions Initiative: AR & Food Safety

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AR Solutions Initiative: Antibiotic Use in Healthcare Settings
Overview

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AR Solutions Initiative: Drug-resistant Gonorrhea
Improving Antibiotic Use to Treat Gonorrhea

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AR Solutions Initiative: Drug-resistant Tuberculosis
Improving Antibiotic Use to Treat Tuberculosis

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AR Solutions Initiative: HAI/AR Prevention Programs
AR Solutions Initiative: HAI/AR Prevention Programs

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AR Solutions Initiative: Microbiome & Innovations
AR Solutions Initiative: Microbiome & Innovations

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Antibiotic Resistance: The Global Threat
Improving Antibiotic Use to Treat Tuberculosis

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CDC’s AR Lab Network
CDC’s AR Lab Network

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How AR Happens & Examples of Spread
How AR Happens & can Spread

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AR from Farm to Table
AR from Farm to Table

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Improving Antibiotic Use to Treat Tuberculosis
Improving Antibiotic Use to Treat Tuberculosis

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Improving Antibiotic Use to Treat Gonorrhea
Improving Antibiotic Use to Treat Gonorrhea

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Valley Fever & Improving Antibiotic Use
Valley Fever & Improving Antibiotic Use

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Feature Stories

Improving Antibiotic Use

Improving Antibiotic Use
Combat antibiotic resistance and practice antibiotic stewardship principles: ask your doctor if antibiotics are necessary, take your antibiotics exactly as your doctor tells you, and don’t share or save antibiotics.

Mission Critical: Preventing Antibiotic Resistance

Mission Critical: Preventing Antibiotic Resistance
Can you imagine a day when antibiotics don’t work anymore? It’s concerning to think that the antibiotics that we depend upon for everything from skin and ear infections to life-threatening bloodstream infections could no longer work. Unfortunately, the threat of untreatable infections is very real.

Antibiotic Resistance Threats

Antibiotic Resistance Threats
Antibiotics are powerful tools for fighting illness and disease, but overuse of antibiotics has helped create bacteria that are outliving the drugs used to treat them.

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