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Antibiotic reduction: Record keeping is key

Data from nearly 2 decades of experience in a large veterinary practice indicate minimal resistant infections in swine, but that will not deter efforts to maximize preventive care and minimize the need for antibiotics, Joel Nerem, DVM, told Pig Health Today.

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Minimal evidence of antibiotic resistance in swine

Part 1:  Responsible antibiotic use

Part 2:  Antibiotic reduction: Record keeping is key

Part 3:  Antibiotic surveillance

 




Posted on April 18, 2020

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  • Minimal evidence of antibiotic resistance in swine

    Data indicate minimal resistant infections in swine, but that will not deter efforts to maximize preventive care and minimize the need for antibiotics.

  • Responsible antibiotic use

    Watch Part 1 of the interview on antibiotic resistance in swine.

  • Antibiotic surveillance

    Watch Part 3 of the interview on antibiotic resistance in swine.

  • New technologies may yield new insights on antibiotic use, resistance

    The pork industry has a reputation for using antibiotics responsibly, but when the industry looks at antimicrobial use and tries to understand how products either mitigate or promote resistance, there aren’t always clear or easy answers.




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