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antibacterial effects seen with traditional local anesthetic agents (bupivacaine) are not seen with liposomal bupivacaine. They concluded that an animal model would be a critical next step. 10 This study suggests that MDR bacteria may more easily grow in

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CVM showed tulathromycin metaphylaxis reduced the proportion of high-risk cattle treated for bovine respiratory disease (BRD) after arrival. However, cattle receiving metaphylaxis were more likely to shed multidrug-resistant (MDR) bacteria. This

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only antimicrobials available for treatment of human patients with severe illness. 1 Emergence of MDR bacteria affects veterinarians, animal breeders, pet stores, and pet owners. The cost of antimicrobials needed to treat MDR bacterial infections may

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both complex and/or hospital-acquired infections seen in companion animals as well as in the treatment of MDR bacteria often involved in surgical site infections (SSIs) and chronic wounds. 1 Sustained-release carriers described to deliver antibiotics

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MDR bacteria and spread of such bacteria among humans and other animals. Thus, the purposes of the study reported here were to determine the frequency and type of AMDs used in dogs within 12 months prior to admission to a tertiary care veterinary

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in this study, there were several key findings. Detection of an MDR E coli UTI at admission indicated that MDR bacteria may be present at admission and are not necessarily ICUacquired infections, and clinicians should monitor patients vigilantly for

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. Against a background of limited therapeutic options, multivirulent MDR bacteria 17–19 pose a serious emerging challenge to animal and public health that needs to be urgently addressed. Fortunately, reports 20–22 on virulence factor–based multivalent

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Streptococcus spp (1 each). Each of 3 bacterial cultures yielded 2 organisms. Multidrug-resistant bacteria were isolated from 3 cats, and all 3 cats were septic. Those MDR bacteria were cultured from urine, bile, and abdominal fluid samples. Each of those

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medicine is a growing concern and one of the greatest challenges that veterinary practitioners encounter. 2 – 4 Multidrug-resistant (MDR) bacteria have emerged and spread among companion animals, resulting in animal welfare concerns because of treatment

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of resistance to ampicillin, streptomycin, and tetracycline in fish from Concepción Bay, Chile. 80 The presence of MDR bacteria has been reported in coastal areas near aquaculture operations. 81 In the Andaman Islands, fish bacteria from freshwater

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