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Schroeder CM, Zhao C, DebRoy C, et al. Antimicrobial resistance of Escherichia coli O157 isolated from humans, cattle, swine, and food. Appl Environ Microbiol 2002;68:576–81. 51. Wise R. The worldwide threat of antimicrobial resistance. Curr Sci 2008;95:181–7. 52. Barza M, Travers K. Excess infections due to antimicrobial resistance: the “attributable fraction. Clin Infect Dis 2002;34:S126–30. Tre a t m e n t o f E m e r g e n c y Conditions in Sheep and Goats Elisa M. Ermilio, DVM a , Mary C. Smith, DVM b, * KEYWORDS Emergency Goat Sheep Small ruminant The emergency treatment of small ruminant patients can be overwhelming for clinicians with limited experience with these species.
However, the prevalence is relatively low and may be a result of restricted fluoroquinolone use. PRACTICES THAT INCREASE THE RISK OF ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE Very little research has been completed in sheep and none exists in goats that examine practices associated with increased risk of AMR. 21 In the second study, injection of sulfonamides (including sulfonamide combinations) or administering tetracycline in the feed or water was associated with increased odds of tetracycline resistance. 25 Despite the lack of research examining associations between AMU and AMR in sheep and goats, studies from sheep suggest certain AMU practices are associated with increased odds of resistance.
Anon. Guidance #61: Guidance for industry FDA approval of new animal drugs for minor uses and for minor species. Rockville (MD): Food and Drug Administration Center for Veterinary Medicine; 2008. p. 1–82. 3. Extralabel drug use in animals. Final rule, 21 CFR Part 530. Fed Regist 1996;61: 57731–46. 4. Anon. 115 Extra-label use of medicated feeds for minor species. Rockville (MD): Food and Drug Administration Center for Veterinary Medicine; 2001. 5. Anon. Policy on extra-label drug use (ELDU) in food producing animals.