The role of food consumption factors in establishing drug tolerances.

Abstract

The Center for Veterinary Medicine's food consumption policy was adopted in 1978 before suitable data were available on the consumption of organ meats. Consumption is expressed in terms of amounts expected to be consumed daily by an adult human. Before the Center for Veterinary Medicine (Center) can choose a suitable database to develop a new guideline, the Center must resolve a number of difficult policy choices. After the policy issues are resolved, the Center could use the 1977-78 USDA National Food Consumption survey or an approach based on carcass yield to develop the new guideline.

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@article{Benson1990TheRO, title={The role of food consumption factors in establishing drug tolerances.}, author={Rita Benson}, journal={Journal of animal science}, year={1990}, volume={68 3}, pages={874-9} }