Antibiotic resistance in veterinary practice: a veterinary nurse's perspective

Nicola Ackerman
Saturday, May 2, 2015

Antibiotic resistance is an important issue in all aspects of health care, not just in veterinary medicine. Responsible use of antibiotics is vital in order to preserve their use for the future. Any new antibiotics will be reserved for the human. There are many aspects (strategies and practises) that can be adapted into veterinary practice to help preserve these drugs, such as infection control procedures.

Antibiotic resistance in veterinary practice: a veterinary nurse's perspective
Antibiotic resistance in veterinary practice: a veterinary nurse's perspective

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