Point prevalence survey indicators

Prevalence of antimicrobial use in hospitals in acute care hospitals in Europe, ECDC PPS 2011-2012 in Europe
Patients who received at least one antimicrobial agent (%)
< 30.0
30.0 to < 35.0
35.0 to < 40.0
40.0 to < 45.0
≥ 45.0
No data reported
Not included
Non-visible countries
The Netherlands: data on antimycotics were not collected. Antimycotics represented 3.8% of antimicrobial use overall in other countries.
*Country representativeness of the PPS data was optimal or good in 25 (76%) countries, and poor or very poor in 8 (24%) countries. Countries (number of participating hospitals) with poor representativeness were: Austria (n=9), Croatia (n=11), Czech Republic (n=14), Estonia (n=4), Norway (n=7), Romania (n=10) and countries with very poor representativeness were Denmark (n=3) and Sweden (n=4) and are indicated by a “*” in maps and tables.Data from the ECDC point prevalence survey of healthcare-associated infections and antimicrobial use in acute care hospitals (ECDC PPS) in the period 2011-2012 as reported to TESSy as of 2013-02-06 14:06:48