Meet our leaders #9

Prof. Jeroen DEWULF WG4 vice leader Full professor at Ghent University “The best way to reduce antimicrobial resistance is to avoid antimicrobial use through good biosecurity and infection prevention” Jeroen Dewulf is full professor in Veterinary Epidemiology at Ghent University Belgium. He has been conduction research for more than 20 years on antimicrobial use and resistance in animals as well …

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Working group 3 developed a survey for identifying currently missing veterinary species-specific clinical breakpoints

Did you know that the antibiogram report on many of the commonly used veterinary drugs are based on pharmacokinetics in people? Or species different from the ones you treat? This lack of species-specific data can negatively impact the reliability of veterinary susceptibility testing and lead to sub-optimal treatment decisions. We would like to invite you to tackle this problem with …

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An ENOVAT member just launched a free-access vehicle of education and raising awareness in animal health, animal welfare, and public health protection

The ENOVAT member and President of the European College of Veterinary Microbiology, Professor John Ikonomopoulos, would like to announce the family site www.drhippocrates.com/en, which is dedicated to the friends of veterinary science. The aim of the site is to become a free-access vehicle of education and raising awareness in animal health, animal welfare, and public health protection. Video presentations on …

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Third Generation Cephalosporin Resistant Enterobacterales Infections in Hospitalized Horses and Donkeys: A Case–Case–Control Analysis

Shnaiderman-Torban, A.; Marchaim, D.; Navon-Venezia, S.; Lubrani, O.; Paitan, Y.; Arielly, H.; Steinman, A. Third Generation Cephalosporin Resistant Enterobacterales Infections in Hospitalized Horses and Donkeys: A Case–Case–Control Analysis. Antibiotics 2021, 10, 155. https://doi.org/10.3390/antibiotics10020155

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Diagnostic procedures and Strain database surveys

WG1 and WG2 have been working in several surveys that kindly ask you to respond as well as disseminate as you can (click on the links to respond) ENOVAT WG1-Diagnostic procedures survey. The Diagnostic Procedures Survey – is designed to get an insight into methodology and standards used by veterinary microbiological laboratories across Europe. If you want to take part …

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