The most practical and immediate implementation of the project is the AEG: "Antimicrobial Empirical Guideline". This guideline is built based on EMF: "Electronic Microbiological Form", but it can also be used independently of the EMF.
The Web RESIST project is a response, with international support scientifically validated, against the global problem of antibiotic resistance, facilitating the analysis of local data, the prediction of resistance and compared to other places, to allow each center the efficient, rational and economic use of antibiotics. Its global dimension allows the integration of different initiatives and deepening knowledge of this worrying health phenomenon.
The WebResiST multidisciplinary project, led by a nonprofit scientific association and with the active participation of professionals in medicine, pharmacy, economics, econometrics and computing, enables hospitals or health centers located anywhere in the world, have of a valid tool to address, in a more efficient and profitable way, the problem of antimicrobial resistance to antibiotics. Automatic management of large data volumes, attached to the original use of econometric techniques, configure the required solution to deal with the worrying problem of resistance.