Conclusion: This study provides snippets of the current animal husbandry practices prevalent at the field level which would assist to plug in the gaps of knowledge regarding AR among the veterinarians as well as the general public and serve to reduce its deleterious impacts in Indian animal farming as well as in the world through the concept of “One World, One Health”.
Better understanding of the global situation.
Countries are being urged to impose an immediate ban on the use of “last resort” antibiotics as growth promoters in animals in a bid to combat superbugs.
LexaGene Holdings Inc, a biotechnology company that develops genetic analyzers for pathogen detection and other molecular markers, announced today that its LX technology can detect the presence of antibiotic resistance factors from pathogens that cause urinary tract infections (UTIs) in dogs.
On 25 October 2018, the European Parliament adopted a new legislative framework for veterinary medicinal products and medicated feed, a step forward in preventing the rise in antibiotic resistance.