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Antimicrobial resistance in bacteria from livestock and companion animals

Contributor(s): Schwarz, Stefan [ed.] | Cavaco, Lina Maria [ed.] | Shen, Jianzhong [ed.].
Publisher: Washington ASM Press 2018Description: xxx, 715p.ISBN: 9781555819798.Subject(s): Drug resistance in microorganisms | Antibiotics in veterinary medicineDDC classification: 616.9041 | An87 Summary: The global spread of antimicrobial-resistant pathogenic bacteria is a continuing plague to the health care of humans and domesticated animals. With an international team of editors and authors, this book features the history and use of antimicrobials, methods for detecting and monitoring resistance, detailed reviews of antimicrobial resistance within individual pathogenic species, and forward-looking perspectives on antimicrobial stewardship. This is a “must-have” for agricultural microbiologists, veterinarians, clinical microbiologists, and others interested in understanding and preventing antimicrobial resistance.
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The global spread of antimicrobial-resistant pathogenic bacteria is a continuing plague to the health care of humans and domesticated animals. With an international team of editors and authors, this book features the history and use of antimicrobials, methods for detecting and monitoring resistance, detailed reviews of antimicrobial resistance within individual pathogenic species, and forward-looking perspectives on antimicrobial stewardship. This is a “must-have” for agricultural microbiologists, veterinarians, clinical microbiologists, and others interested in understanding and preventing antimicrobial resistance.

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