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Table 3 Top 20 cited articles in AMR social science research

From: A decade of antimicrobial resistance research in social science fields: a scientometric review

Documents Citations Journal, Year Title
Laxminarayan et al. [23] 1318 Lancet Infect Dis Antibiotic resistance-the need for global solutions
Allegranzi et al. [24] 696 Lancet Burden of endemic health-care-associated infection in developing countries: systematic review and meta-analysis
Hirsch and Tam [25] 174 Expert Rev Pharm Out Impact of multidrug-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection on patient outcomes
Charani et al. [26] 166 Clin Infect Dis Understanding the Determinants of Antimicrobial Prescribing Within Hospitals: The Role of “Prescribing Etiquette”
Dheda et al. [27] 163 Lancet Respir Med The epidemiology, pathogenesis, transmission, diagnosis, and management of multidrug-resistant, extensively drug-resistant, and incurable tuberculosis
Unemo et al. [28] 144 Lancet Infect Dis Sexually transmitted infections: challenges ahead
Maron et al. [29] 133 Glob Health Restrictions on antimicrobial use in food animal production: an international regulatory and economic survey
Pruden [30] 114 Environ Sci Technol Balancing Water Sustainability and Public Health Goals in the Face of Growing Concerns about Antibiotic Resistance
Roberts et al. [31] 93 Med Care Costs Attributable to Healthcare-Acquired Infection in Hospitalized Adults and a Comparison of Economic Methods
Marks et al. [32] 76 Lancet Glob Health Incidence of invasive salmonella disease in sub-Saharan Africa: a multicentre population-based surveillance study
Ewig et al. [33] 75 Thorax Nursing-home-acquired pneumonia in Germany: an 8-year prospective multicentre study
Togoobaatar et al. [34] 74 Bull World Health Organ Survey of non-prescribed use of antibiotics for children in an urban community in Mongolia
Broom et al. [35] 71 Soc Sci Med Cultures of resistance? A Bourdieusian analysis of doctors' antibiotic prescribing
Adriaenssens et al. [36] 69 BMJ Qual Saf European Surveillance of Antimicrobial Consumption (ESAC): disease-specific quality indicators for outpatient antibiotic prescribing
Wirtz et al. [37] 63 Rev Panam Salud Publica Trends in antibiotic utilization in eight Latin American countries, 1997–2007
Ardal et al. [38] 61 Lancet International cooperation to improve access to and sustain effectiveness of antimicrobials
Lucas et al. [39] 59 Scand J Prim Health Care A systematic review of parent and clinician views and perceptions that influence prescribing decisions in relation to acute childhood infections in primary care
Agarwal and Sankar [40] 59 Lancet Glob Health Characterisation and antimicrobial resistance of sepsis pathogens in neonates born in tertiary care centres in Delhi, India: a cohort study
Luepke et al. [41] 57 Pharmacotherapy Past, Present, and Future of Antibacterial Economics: Increasing Bacterial Resistance, Limited Antibiotic Pipeline, and Societal Implications
Phillips et al. [42] 55 BMC Geriatr Asymptomatic bacteriuria, antibiotic use, and suspected urinary tract infections in four nursing homes