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A Focus on Antimicrobial Resistance

Anonymous, August 2011


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Resource IDusdacritique2011
Resource titleA Focus on Antimicrobial Resistance
Author/sourceAnonymous
Date publishedAugust 2011
Summary text/ abstractThis technical review was written by a university cooperator. This review has not been peer reviewed. The views expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Department of Agriculture. This technical review illustrates the following key points about antimicrobial resistance: Growing public health concern worldwide. Infections caused by antimicrobial-resistant microorganisms increase the risk of morbidity and mortality in serious diseases. Use and misuse of antimicrobial drugs in food animal production and human medicine is the main factor accelerating antimicrobial resistance. Dairy products and beef are the most commonly implicated sources in foodborne disease outbreaks. Research is focused on identifying sources and reservoirs of resistant bacteria, analyzing resistance mechanisms, as well as investigating dissemination routes of resistant bacteria in food animal production.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Food & Agriculture, Toxics, Vegans/Vegetarians
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