Antimicrobial Use in Veterinary Medicine

Antimicrobial use in veterinary medicine plays a critical role in maintaining animal health, preventing and treating infectious diseases, and ensuring food safety. Veterinarians carefully prescribe antimicrobials to livestock, pets, and other animals to control bacterial, viral, fungal, and parasitic infections. Responsible antimicrobial use involves proper diagnosis, selection of appropriate drugs, dosage optimization, and adherence to treatment protocols to minimize the development of antimicrobial resistance.


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