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, availability of alternatives, and risks of developing resistance. 2 The third-generation cephalosporins are listed as “highest priority critically important” by the WHO. 2 This group includes cefovecin, currently marketed in the US as Convenia, a long

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species. 3 The third-generation cephalosporin cefovecin has a long elimination half-life in cats and dogs. As a result, drug concentrations remain at therapeutic values in those species for 14 days. 4–7 Cefovecin has antimicrobial activity against

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cephalosporins, penicillins, and fluoroquinolones. 7 – 10 Third-generation cephalosporins (ie, cefovecin) and fluoroquinolones are highest priority antimicrobials that are critically important to human health 11 ; therefore, their use in other species should be

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Cefovecin sodium is a third-generation cephalosporin developed as a single-dose, long-acting antimicrobial for use in dogs and cats. 1 The pharmacokinetic profile of cefovecin is unique because of its long half-life (up to 5 days and up to 7 days

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chelonians. 15–17 Consequently, to establish antimicrobial treatment protocols, veterinary practitioners often have to rely on anecdotal reports 18 for information instead of proper pharmacokinetics studies. Cefovecin sodium is a semisynthetic third

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the recent approval of cefovecin, only 2 cephalosporins, cefadroxil and cefpodoxime proxetil, were approved in the United States for the treatment of skin infections in companion animals. 6,7 Cefadroxil, approved for the treatment of cellulitis

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onceor twice-daily dosing to maintain therapeutic activity at the site of the infection, and it is recommended that treatment be continued for 7 to 14 days after resolution of clinical signs of infection. 4,6 Cefovecin sodium is a new extended

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susceptibility of bacterial isolates cultured from respiratory samples from cats with respiratory tract disease indicated that the overall efficacy of doxycycline was relatively poor. Cefovecin is a semisynthetic third-generation cephalosporin with bactericidal

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and 18% are not susceptible to cefovecin. Moreover, E coli exhibits the capacity to acquire and accumulate resistance genes from other bacteria, resulting in multidrug resistance (MDR). 13 In companion animals, AMR and MDR E coli infections pose

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correct reference is as follows: 58. Robson SA The Impact of Pharmacokinetics on the Emergence of In Vitro Bacterial Resistance to Cefovecin . Master's thesis . University of Melbourne ; 2017 .

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