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Step-wise method of calculating defined Defined Daily Doses DDD with example its explained.

Requirements to calculate DDDs and DDD/1000 Patient Days (for hospitals that do not have automated reports of this data):

A report of your antimicrobial usage for the time period and ward/hospital unit you want to analyze

Patient days for the time period of the ward/hospital unit you want to analyze

MSH + UHN ASP WHO Antimicrobial DDD Quick Reference List, or access to the WHO DDD website (www.whocc.no)

An Excel spreadsheet

Possibly a calculator

To find the Step wise DDD Calculation method with example Download the below file

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