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. 11 Despite this, the environment is often the most neglected component of the One Health triad when considering AMR epidemiology from the clinical practitioner’s perspective. In this review, we examine the issue of environmental AMR contamination and

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Introduction Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a critical threat to public health worldwide. A One Health concern, AMR has animal, human, and environmental health implications. The use of some molecular test methods targeting specific genes

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clinical environments, and agricultural animal production systems form a complex cyclical web making it difficult to pinpoint the source of AMR so that mitigation measures can be implemented ( Figure 3 ) . Figure 3 The One Health cycle of

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, livelihoods, and well-being. 1 – 3 Tragically, some parts of the world have already experienced limits to how much they can adapt to their changing environment. 1 Veterinary medicine has provided leadership in the comparatively recent field of One Health

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One health is defined as a collaborative transdisciplinary effort to attain optimal sustainable health for humans, animals, and the environment. The underlying rationale is that extensive overlaps exist among these three domains and there are many

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. 3 The Brucella genus includes 13 species infecting a range of susceptible hosts, but those of greatest one-health relevance in the US include species infecting dogs ( Brucella canis ), swine ( Brucella suis ), and cattle and domestic bison

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Introduction One health focuses on the interrelationships between the health of humans, animals, and the environment. 1 The concept of one health dates back to at least the 1800s when the term “zoonosis” was introduced, linking human and

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sources of nutrition. Veterinarians throughout the profession have a role to play by educating themselves and others on dairy production’s positive contributions to a modern society through a one-health lens. Among the needs of society, where dairy plays

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from synovial fluid samples in cases of septic synovitis. 36 , 38 , 39 While it appears that, in human medicine, standard practice has transitioned to primarily using blood culture vials to submit synovial fluid, the companion Currents in One Health

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cases occurring in tropical regions. 1 , 2 As discussed in the companion Currents in One Health article in the October 2022 issue of the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association by Sykes et al, leptospirosis is also responsible for

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research