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During a large animal clinical rotation at the College of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University, veterinary students commented on observing variability in the route by which perioperative antimicrobials were being administered to prevent surgical site infections in cattle. The clinicians indicated that preoperative parenteral administration of antimicrobials was likely the preferred route, as suggested by the literature available on antimicrobial use in other veterinary species; however, such use results in drug residues that prevent immediate slaughter of the affected cattle for use in the food supply when surgical findings suggest a poor prognosis. Consequently, veterinarians are often under pressure

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association