ENOVAT is supporting and promoting an Special issue in the Antibiotics journal
- antimicrobials, companion animals, farm animals, PK/PD integration, treatment optimization
- December 1, 2020
“Optimization and Improvement of Veterinary Antimicrobial Treatment to Reduce Antimicrobial Resistance” is the name of the Special Issue in Antibiotics.
Optimization of antimicrobial treatment in veterinary medicine is crucial for successful therapy while minimizing the risk of resistance selection. Antimicrobial resistance is mirroring the changing world, and the veterinary profession is being asked to properly address this challenge and promote the prudent use of antimicrobials.
Therefore, the main subject of this Special Issue includes any approach to optimize antimicrobial treatment in farm and companion animals. Manuscripts concerning multidisciplinary studies focused on animal-based indicators for the evaluation of the efficacy of antimicrobial treatments and the application of pharmacokineticpharmacodynamic integration for the optimization of antimicrobial treatment are welcome. Manuscripts providing evidence and clear criteria for the improvement of veterinary antimicrobial treatment are also accepted.
This Special Issue is supported by COST Action CA18217—European Network for Optimization of Veterinary Antimicrobial Treatment.
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