Publication Date

January 1999

Abstract

The relationship between into microbial use and the development of resistance to antimicrobials has been demonstrated through both external models and has been observed clinically. However, the strength of this relationship in practical production systems has not been clearly quantified. We designed this study to examine the strength of the relationship between use of antimicrobials and the occurrence of antimicrobial resistence among Salmonella spp. collected from the same groups of growing pig.

Book Title

Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on the Epidemiology and Control of Salmonella in Pork

Pages

240-241

Language

en

File Format

application/pdf

DOI

10.31274/safepork-180809-1011

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The association of antimicrobial resistance patterns and reported usage of antimicrobials in commercial growing pig production

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The relationship between into microbial use and the development of resistance to antimicrobials has been demonstrated through both external models and has been observed clinically. However, the strength of this relationship in practical production systems has not been clearly quantified. We designed this study to examine the strength of the relationship between use of antimicrobials and the occurrence of antimicrobial resistence among Salmonella spp. collected from the same groups of growing pig.