Tämä sivusto käyttää evästeitä, jotka auttavat meitä kehittämään sivustoamme ja tarjoavat sinulle parhaan mahdollisen käyttökokemuksen.
Käyttämälllä sivustoamme hyväksyt evästeiden käytön. Lue lisää

X
You appear to be from the USA. Would like to proceed to Products available in the USA?
   

Latest CDDEP study in Science clarifies inappropriate antibiotic use in food animals and proposes solutions

Use of antimicrobials in animals has been linked to drug-resistant infections in animals and humans and leading cause of rising AMR problem. Antimicrobial use in livestock, which in many countries outweighs human consumption is primarily associated with the routine use of antimicrobials as growth promoters or their inappropriate use as low-cost substitutes for hygiene measures that could otherwise prevent infections in livestock. In CDDP study are highlighted three different kind of solutions to limit antimicrobial use in animal production: global regulations, worldwide meat consumption limitations and user fee charges on veterinary antimicrobials.

Read more: http://science.sciencemag.org/content/357/6358/1350.full

Supplementary material:
http://science.sciencemag.org/content/sci/suppl/2017/09/28/357.6358.1350.DC1/aao1496-VanBoeckel-SM.pdf