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- Redding, L.E.; Cubas-Delgado, F.; Sammel, M.D.; Smith, G.; Galligan, D.T.; Levy, M.Z.; Hennessy, S.
- Preventive veterinary medicine 2014 v.114 no.3-4 pp. 213-222
- animal health; animals; antibiotics; bottles; dairy farming; drugs; farmers; income; monitoring; packaging; public health; small farms; surveys; Peru
- ... Antibiotics are commonly used in animal agriculture; they can improve animal health and productivity, but their use may also represent a public health threat. Very little is known about antibiotic use on small farms in lower/middle income countries. To understand antibiotic use on these farms and promote the judicious use of these drugs, pharmacoepidemiologic data are necessary. However, acquiring ...
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- Gustafson, L.L.; Remmenga, M.D.; Gardner, I.A.; Hartman, K.H.; Creekmore, L.H.; Goodwin, A.E.; Whaley, J.E.; Warg, J.V.; Gardner, S.L.; Scott, A.E.
- Preventive veterinary medicine 2014 v.114 no.3-4 pp. 174
- Viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus; biosecurity; cost effectiveness; decision support systems; epidemiology; fish; fish diseases; fish health; hydrology; migratory behavior; monitoring; pathogens; probability; rivers; septicemia; surveys; virus replication; water temperature; Great Lakes; United States
- ... The United States (U.S.) response to viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus (VHSV) IVb emergence in the Laurentian Great Lakes (GL) included risk-based surveillance for cost-effective decision support regarding the health of fish populations in open systems. All U.S. VHSV IVb isolations to date derive from free-ranging fish from GL States. Most originate in the region designated by US Geological Surve ...