ANSORP

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ANSORPAsian Network for Surveillance of Resistant Pathogens
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(18.) Song JH, Hsueh PR, Chung DR, Ko KS, Kang CI, Peck KR, et al.; ANSORP Study Group.
Indian scenario Study Place Pneumococcal carriage rate Present Bangalore 27.9 % (<5 yr age group) ANSORP (2001) [2] Vellore 43.2 % (<5 yr age group) International scenario Study Country Pneumococcal carriage rate Huebner RE et.al South Africa 77 % (<5 yr age (1998) [22] group) ANSORP (2001) [2] Asia and Middle 22.3 % (<5 yr East age group) Samore MH Utah, USA 24 % (<8 yr (2001) [23] age group) Jie LJ et al.
Analysis of the resistance patterns showed a higher rate of penicillin resistance (16.9%) among the isolates, which is similar to a Nepali study (15.4 %), slightly above than that was noted by the ANSORP Study Group for the Indian strains (12.8%), but well below than that of the Group's average of 35.8% in the Asian region.
Indian scenario Study Place Penicillin resistance rate Present Bangalore 16.9 % ANSORP (2001) Vellore 12.8 % International scenario Study Country Penicillin resistance rate ANSORP (2001) Sri Lanka 76.5 % Jie LJ et al.
Indian scenario Study Place Erythromycin resistance rate Present Bangalore 9.4 % ANSORP (2001) Vellore 0 International scenario Study Country Erythromycin resistance rate ANSORP (2001) Sri Lanka 15.3 % Jie LJ et al.
Indian scenario Study Place Co-trimoxazole resistance rate Present Bangalore 90.6 % ANSORP (2001) Vellore 62.3 % International scenario Study Country Co-trimoxazole resistance rate ANSORP (2001) Sri Lanka 76.3 % Jie LJ et al.
Indian scenario Study Place Tetracycline resistance rate Present Bangalore 35.8 % ANSORP (2001) Vellore 35.8 % International scenario Study Country Tetracycline resistance rate ANSORP (2001) Sri Lanka 47.9 % Jie LJ et al.
Indian scenario Study Place Cefotaxime resistance rate Present Bangalore 3.8 % ANSORP (2001) Vellore 0 International scenario Study Country Cefotaxime resistance rate ANSORP (2001) Sri Lanka 23.5 % Jie LJ et al.
While the ANSORP studies recorded much lower rate of MDR strains, majority of the other studies have shown increasing prevalence of MDRs.
Indian scenario Study Place Ciprofloxacin resistance rate Present Bangalore 9.4 % ANSORP (2001) Vellore Not included International scenario Study Country Ciprofloxacin resistance rate Katsarolis et al (2009) Greece 4 % Kandakai YT et al.
Carriage of Antibiotic-Resistant Pneumococci among Asian Children: A multinational Surveillance by the Asian Network for Surveillance of Resistant Pathogens (ANSORP).