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similar. As such, efforts are needed to promote judicious use of antimicrobials or antimicrobial stewardship. This is important to combat the rise in antimicrobial resistance. The term stewardship has been widely adopted as a way to consider how to

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The AVMA Task Force for Antimicrobial Stewardship in Companion Animal Practice was established by the AVMA Board of Directors in 2013 and charged with developing resources and programs to enhance antimicrobial stewardship in companion animal

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to therapeutic purposes by prescription only. 1 However, substantial gaps in both availability and delivery of AMS education to current and future veterinarians working with food-producing species remain. Antimicrobial stewardship is touted as an

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bacteria in human, animal, and environmental reservoirs. 1 The AVMA has established a policy indicating the need for veterinarians to directly address the problem of antimicrobial resistance on the basis of 5 core principles of antimicrobial stewardship in

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resistance genes and resistant pathogens, including those that cause foodborne illness. Those prescribing or administering antimicrobials (ie, physicians, veterinarians, and animal owners) can combat AMR by incorporating antimicrobial stewardship into daily

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increased manufacturing volume and use of pet PPCPs, there is comparatively little research on environmental stewardship practices (ie, decisions and actions of consumers [pet owners] regarding use and disposal of these products and the resultant

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stewardship (AMS) practices to optimize the use of antimicrobials. 4 The term AMS is used to describe the coordinated efforts and programs required to sustain the clinical efficacy of AMDs, slow the development of AMR, and prevent hospital-acquired infections

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Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship NAHLN National Animal Health Laboratory Network SFEAR Swine Fever Exercise for Agriculture Response Footnotes a. REDCap. Available at: www.project-redcap.org/. b. Google Forms, Google

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patient and client suffering. Antimicrobial shortages also hamper antimicrobial stewardship by narrowing antimicrobial options for veterinarians. If a preferred antimicrobial agent (“first choice”) is not available for an animal due to a shortage

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, including responsible use and reduced use through management and disease prevention, are termed antimicrobial stewardship and should be practiced in all one-health sectors. 1 Antimicrobial susceptibility testing (AST) is a critical stewardship tool to help

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