Aarti, Kamal Saini, Rajveer Singh, Ashish Sharma, Vartika Jain, Shambaditya Goswami
Background: The irrational use of drugs is more likely used now a day in medical practices and its bad impact include ineffective treatment, development of resistance to antibiotics, adverse effects and pharmaco-economic burden on patients and society.
Objective: The Various Antimicrobial agents used as surgical prophylaxis in different types of surgeries.
Methods: The prospective study was carried out using a data collection form and patient consults form on the in-patients undergoing surgery. A total of 66 were enrolled during this period of study.
Result: A total out of 66 patients, 25 were male and 41 were female patients. The Age of Patients was in between 51-60 year. Cephalosporin antibiotics were more often prescribed in the surgery than other anti-microbial and Amikacin was second most prescribed.
Conclusion: Ceftriaxone was mostly prescribed antibiotic in the surgery and is the drug of choice in the hospital. Most of the surgery cases occurred in the surgery ward was cholestasis, in which ceftriaxone was used because of its pharmaco-economic value as well its efficacy