A statistical information site that deepens
the understanding of AMR (drug resistance) and one health

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A statistical information site that deepens the understanding of AMR (drug resistance) and one health

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Fight against AMR for future

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is resistance of a microorganism to an antimicrobial medicine to which it was originally sensitive. Also, AMR occurs by use of antibiotics.
This site provides the current status of antimicrobial resistance, antibiotic use and trends in Japan.

Fight against AMR for future

(NAOR 2018)

"Fight against AMR for future by antibiotics smart use"

Statistical data

There are data about antimicrobial-resistant bacteria from humans, animals, foods and environment by systematic One Health Survey.
They are helpful to understand current AMR situation, capture the issues, and take appropriate measure. Data are provided by both visual graphs and tables.

Trends in the proportion (%) of antimicrobial-resistant bacteria and infectious disease

The antimicrobial-resistant bacteria from humans and animals in Japan are presented.

Trends in the proportion (%) of antimicrobial-resistant Escherichia coli
Data

Trends in antimicrobial consumption

The antimicrobial consumption from humans, animals, feed additives and agrochemicals in Japan are presented.

Trends in oral antimicrobial use in Japan based on the volume of sales
Data

Surveys of the general public

The surveys of the general public are presented.

Reasons for taking oral antibiotics (%)
Data

Surveys of healthcare providers

The surveys of healthcare providers are presented.

The proportion of patients with the common cold syndrome to whom oral antimicrobials were administered (%)
Data

Surveys of animal producers and clinical veterinarians

The surveys of animal producers and clinical veterinarians are presented.

Awareness of topics among animal producers (%)
Data