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Japanese national data for antimicrobial resistance

 

Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare of Japan organizes national surveillance of antimicrobial resistance, JANIS. Although JANIS produces reports of robust nationwide antimicrobial resistance data that are based on approximately 2,000 hospitals, the reports have been disseminated by PDF files. In response to requests for spreadsheet, Antimicrobial Resistance Research Center of National Institute of Infectious Diseases prepared an excel file containing antimicrobial resistance data sorted by year, hospital scale, specimen, pathogen, sex, origin and age group. The data format is made in accordance with WHO Global Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance System (GLASS). In addition, an user-friendly analytical tool is bundled in the file so that users can analyze the Japanese national data easily by any arbitrary combination of the items.

 

-       Download the JANIS national data file. (Excel 52 MB)

 

Data sorted by prefecture are also prepared by csv files. Analytical tools for the regional data are provided by AMR One Heath Platform organized by AMR Clinical Reference Center of National Center for Global Health and Medicine.

 

-       Download the JANIS regional data file. (CSV 120 MB)

 

 

Terms of use:

The contents of the JANIS national data file and the JANIS regional data file are subject to copyrights. User must cite the source when using the contents of the files. The source should be described as follows:

Source: Japanese national data for antimicrobial resistance (https://www.niid.go.jp/niid/ja/from-lab/2415-amrc/9213-janis-glass-excel-en.html).

 

Financial support:

Preparation of the contents of the file was supported by AMED under Grant Number JP18fk0108061.

 

Links

-       Japan Nosocomial Infections Surveillance (JANIS)

-       AMR One Health Platform

-       Nippon AMR One Health Report (NAOR)

-       WHO Global Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance System (GLASS)

Copyright 1998 National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Japan

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