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sequence analysis. Antimicrobial susceptibility testing was not performed. On the basis of the identification of the isolate, systemic treatment with sulfonamides was recommended. The daily treatments with penicillin G procaine were discontinued, and the

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pyoderma: a systematic review . Vet Dermatol 2012 ; 23 : 305 – 329 . 10.1111/j.1365-3164.2012.01050.x Identifying antimicrobial resistance I am writing on behalf of the Veterinary Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing subcommittee of the

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equine specimens that were submitted to the Cornell University AHDC between January 1, 2001, and December 31, 2013, and subsequently underwent antimicrobial susceptibility testing. It was assumed that specimen submission by practitioners was either

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Veterinary and Microbiological Sciences at North Dakota State University during January to May 2010. Antimicrobial susceptibility testing —Susceptibility profiles of the E coli isolates were determined for 17 antimicrobial agents via the broth dilution

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antimicrobial susceptibility test results, identification of treatment failures, knowledge of common diseases that require antimicrobial treatment, on-farm protocol changes focused on AMS, improved farm biosecurity, and additional veterinary education focused on

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0.5 mL of 65% glycerol solution, and the mixture was frozen at −70°C. Additionally, the isolates were stabbed onto tryptic soy agar and stored at room temperature (approx 22°C) until antimicrobial susceptibility testing was performed. Antimicrobial

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veterinarian's suspicion of the causative agent while awaiting the results of bacteriologic culture of synovial fluid samples and antimicrobial susceptibility testing. Because synovial infection in foals is generally the result of hematogenous bacterial

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samples, including the main 3 microorganisms isolated. Antimicrobial susceptibility testing data (reflecting susceptibility patterns at the authors’ institution) for all cats and dogs with positive results of bacterial culture were also retrieved

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and trimethoprim-sulfadiazine (30 mg/kg [13.6 mg/lb], IV, q 12 h) and ampicillin sodium (20 mg/kg [9.1 mg/lb], IV, q 6 h) were administered on the basis of results of the antimicrobial susceptibility testing and because these were expected to have good

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renal pelvis was observed ( Figure 2 ). A urine sample obtained by means of cystocentesis and blood samples were submitted for bacterial culture and antimicrobial susceptibility testing. A renal transplant biopsy was not performed because of concerns of

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