MOESM1 of A trend in prevalence of antimicrobial use and appropriateness of antimicrobial therapy in an acute care hospital from 2018 to 2019: repeated prevalence surveys in Japan

Additional file 1: Table S1. Prevalence of antimicrobial drug use according to different specialties according to the survey year. Table S2. The reasons for antimicrobial drug use according to survey year. Table S3. Number and type of antimicrobial drugs given to treat infections according to the survey year. aData are expressed as numbers (percentages). Table S4. Infection sites for which patients received antimicrobial therapy according to the survey year. aAntimicrobial drugs and patients could be given for more than one infection site. bData are expressed as numbers (percentages). Table S5. Appropriateness of the antimicrobial drugs used for treatment according to the location in the hospital, specialty, type of antimicrobial drug, and type of infection. aData are expressed as numbers (percentages). Table S6. Type and duration of antimicrobial drug used for surgical prophylaxis according to the survey year. aData are expressed as numbers (percentages). bA total of 28 and 33 antimicrobial drugs were given to 28 and 32 patients for surgical prophylaxis in August 2018 and 2019, respectively.