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IAD, examine reported clinician justification for preferred methods, and compare prescribing practices to what is supported with current evidence-based medicine. Methods An online survey was designed for veterinarians in small animal first

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developing a UTI in their lifetime. 12 Given the frequent occurrence of this problem, it offers a broad platform from which to examine the antimicrobial prescribing practices of small animal veterinarians in private practice in the United States. Guidelines

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antimicrobial prescribing practices. They accomplish this by emphasizing the use of the correct antimicrobial drug at the correct dosage for the correct duration to achieve the best patient outcomes while avoiding adverse events and inappropriate use of

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antimicrobial stewardship and judicious antimicrobial use in human and veterinary medicine. 2–6 Additionally, government agencies have outlined the human health threats of antimicrobial resistance and urged improvements in antimicrobial prescribing practices

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use of antimicrobials in veterinary hospitals inconsistent with general guidelines for appropriate antimicrobial prescribing practices. Nevertheless, surveys have shown that veterinarians are growing increasingly concerned about antimicrobial

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opt for culture and susceptibility testing? Block et al 5 report that these guidelines have made a difference in first-line prescribing practices. Large Animals We are very pleased to feature 2 manuscripts that provide help with decision

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what they have learned in their clinical years of their veterinarian education. We need to call attention to our prescribing practices and increase our discussions with students about prescribing only those medications in necessary quantities as

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patients and the realization that resistant organisms can be passed between people and pets, interest in the development of antibiograms and other tools to improve prescribing practices is growing. 7 – 10 , 15 , 16 The standard of care in our hospital for

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efficacy. 9 The American Medical Student Association established its PharmFree Campaign in 2002 to advocate for establishment of evidence-based, rather than marketing-based, prescribing practices and removal of conflicts of interest in medicine. 10 In

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understand current patterns of antimicrobial use and resistance, adapt antimicrobial stewardship frameworks for use in their hospitals, and engage in dialog with state and federal agencies on antimicrobial prescribing practices. A previous study 33 suggested

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