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Vet Clin North Am Equine Pract. 2000 Dec;16(3):515-36, ix-x.

Antimicrobic and anthelmintic resistance.

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  • 1United States Department of Agriculture: Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Centers for Epidemiology and Animal Health Fort Collins, Colorado, USA.

Abstract

Antimicrobial and anthelmintic resistance are growing issues for the equine practitioner. The development of antimicrobial or anthelmintic resistance is a source of significant concern because of increased frequency of treatment failures and increased treatment costs. In addition, antimicrobial resistance may have important consequences for public health. Only through judicious use can the efficacy of antimicrobials and anthelmintics be prolonged. This article discusses the development of resistance and suggestions for control.

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