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Indian Journal of Medical Microbiology (IJMM)

IJMM is the official publication of Indian Association of Medical Microbiologists (IAMM). The journal is peer-reviewed open access publication and published quarterly in January, April, July and October. The journal is abstracted and indexed in PubMed/MEDLINE (National Library of Medicine, USA), Science Citation Index Expanded (Thomson Reuters, USA), EMBASE (Elsevier Science, Netherlands) and IndMed (ICMR, India).

IAMM was established in 1976 with the following objectives:

"The Association shall promote scientific knowledge of Medical Microbiology and its related subjects, plan and execute projects for the advancement of this knowledge, improve education in Medical Microbiology and promote any programme of professional and ethical standing of Medical Microbiologists in India"

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July-September  2019 |  Vol 37 | Issue 3 
 
Review Article
Topical antimicrobial therapy: Current status and challenges
Pallab Ray, Shreya Singh, Swati Gupta
Topically applied antibacterial agents are widely used. Opinions regarding the clinical efficacy of topical antibiotics are conflicting, and for most indications, alternative oral therapies are avai...
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Original Article
Assessment of core capacities for antimicrobial stewardship practices in indian hospitals: Report from a multicentric initiative of global health security agenda
Mathur Purva, Guleria Randeep, Malhotra Rajesh, C Misra Mahesh, Gupta Sunil, Kumar Subodh, Sagar Sushma, Wig Naveet, Garg Pramod, Kapil Arti, Khurana Surbhi, Katoch Omika, Katyal Sonal, Sahu Manoj, Chakrabarti Arunaloke, Ray Pallab, Biswal Manisha, Taneja Neelam, Rupali Priscilla, K Subaramani, Jacob Ebor, Balaji Veeraraghavan, Rodrigues Camilla, Nag Vijayalakshmi, Tak Vibhor, Singh Kuldeep, K Bhatia Pradeep, Gupta Neeraj, Khera Daisy, Venkatesh Vimala, Mukhopadhyay Chiranjay, KE Vandana, Varma Muralidhar, Deotale Vijayshri, Attal Ruchita, Padmaja Kanne, Sudhaharan Sukanya, Wattal Chand, Goel Neeraj, Bhattacharya Sanjay, Sen Sourav, Tadepalli Karuna, Saigal Saurabh, Bijayini Behera, Singh Sanjeev, MA Thirunarayan, Nath Reema, Saikia Lahri, Ray Raja, J Raj Hirak, Baveja Sujata, D'Souza Desma, Chandy Mammen, Mukherjee Sudipta, K Roy Manas, Goel Gaurav, Tripathy Swagata, Misra Satyajeet, Dey Anupam, S Mishra Tushar, A Fomda Bashir, Bashir Gulnaz, Nazir Shaista, Devi Sulochana, R Devi Khuraijam, C Singh Langpoklakpam, Das Padma, Bhargava Anudita, Gaikwad Ujjwala, Khandelwal Neeta, Vaghela Geeta, Sukharamwala Tanvi, Jain Shristi, Verma Prachi, Lamba Mamta, Bhattacharyya Prithwis, C Phukan Anil, Lyngdoh Clarissa, Gaind Rajni, Saksena Rushika, Kapoor Lata, Ohri Vinod, Walia Kamini
Introduction: Antimicrobial-resistant HAI (Healthcare associated infection) are a global challenge due to their impact on patient outcome. Implementation of antimicrobial stewardship programm...
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Original Article
Protocol for developing a surveillance system for surgical site infections
Purva Mathur, Samarth Mittal, Vivek Trikha, Ayush Lohiya, Surbhi Khurana, Sonal Katyal, Nidhi Bhardwaj, Sushma Sagar, Subodh Kumar, Rajesh Malhotra, Kamini Walia
Purpose: Healthcare-associated infections (HCAIs/ HAIs) are the most common adverse occurrences during health care delivery. Across the globe, millions of patients are affected by HAIs annual...
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