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Swedres-Svarm reports

Reports from Svarm, Swedish Veterinary Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring.

The situation in Sweden regarding antibiotic resistance in bacteria from humans and animals is still favourable from an international perspective. This confirms that our strategies to promote the rational use of antibiotics and to limit the spread of antibiotic resistance are effective. Despite our comparatively good situation, there are problems with cross infection and increasing antibiotic resistance, which motivates continued efforts in preventive work. An important example is the recurrent outbreaks of vancomycin-resistant enterococci in hospitals. In the last decades the sales of antibiotics in Sweden have decreased for both humans and for animals. In addition, the sales of broad-spectrum antibiotics have decreased while the use of narrow-spectrum antibiotics have increased. Despite this, many of the monitored types of antibiotic resistance have continued to increase over the years, even if exceptions to these negative trends occur.




Swedres-Svarm 2018 (pdf)* 2019  
Swedres-Svarm 2017 (pdf) 2018  
Swedres-Svarm 2016 (pdf) 2017  
Swedres-Svarm 2015 (pdf) 2016  
Swedres-Svarm 2014 (pdf) 2015  
Swedres-Svarm 2013 (pdf) 2014  
Swedres-Svarm 2012 (pdf) 2013  
Swedres-Svarm 2011 (pdf) 2012  
Swedres-Svarm 2010 (pdf) 2011  
Swedres-Svarm 2009 (pdf) 2010  
Swedres-Svarm 2008 (pdf) 2009  
Swedres-Svarm 2007 (pdf) 2008  
Swedres-Svarm 2006 (pdf) 2007  
Swedres-Svarm 2005 (pdf) 2006  
Swedres-Svarm 2004 (pdf) 2005  
Swedres-Svarm 2003 (pdf) 2004  
Swedres-Svarm 2002 (pdf) 2003  
Swedres-Svarm 2001 (pdf) 2002  
Swedres-Svarm 2000 (pdf) 2001  

*One figure (3.31) in the printed report Swedres-Svarm 2018 is incorrect. The figure has been corrected in the PDF file that is accessible online.