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Installing the Antibiograms App

To install the Antibiograms app:

  1. Download the app from the App Store or Play Store.
  2. You now have two options:
    1. Using your mobile device, select the appropriate link below to download your local area's dataset, then open it in the app.
    2. Save the attachment and email it to yourself, then open the email using your mobile device and choose to open the attachment in the app.

The dataset highlighted in yellow in the app indicates it was downloaded successfully.

 

Note: An updated version of the datasets is available each year. Repeat step 2 in these instructions to update the dataset(s) in your app. For the Saskatoon Area dataset, see Spectrum.

To install the Antibiograms app:

  1. Download the app from the App Store or Play Store.
  2. You now have two options:
    1. Using your mobile device, select the appropriate link below to download your local area's dataset, then open it in the app.
    2. Save the attachment and email it to yourself, then open the email using your mobile device and choose to open the attachment in the app.

The dataset highlighted in yellow in the app indicates it was downloaded successfully.

 

Note: An updated version of the datasets is available each year. Repeat step 2 in these instructions to update the dataset(s) in your app. For the Saskatoon Area dataset, see Spectrum.

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Troubleshooting

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About Antibiograms

Allows users to easily view local susceptibility patterns. Simply select a bacterium, select a patient group, and you are given the proportion of susceptible organisms for each antibiotic provided by the local laboratory.

About the app:

  • Download multiple datasets and switch between them to compare resistance rates quickly and easily.
  • Customizable fields are available for each drug and each organism. These can be populated with treatment recommendations, drug dosing and costing information, clinical or epidemiologic alerts specific for your hospital/local area.
  • Easy to use: Just click on the 'Bug' icon in the bottom middle of the screen to select an organism, click on the 'Person' icon in the bottom right to select a patient subgroup, and click on an Organism or Drug name with a flag icon (Apple devices) or an asterix (Android devices) to see a window pop up with additional information. 
  • Colour coding: Green=80-100% susceptible; Yellow=70-79% susceptible; Red=less than 70% susceptible.