Understanding antimicrobial stewardship: Disease severity treatment thresholds and antimicrobial alternatives among organic and conventional calf producers.

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Reductions in livestock antimicrobial use (AMU) can be achieved through identification of effective antimicrobial alternatives as well as accurate and stringent identification of cases requiring antimicrobial therapy. Objective measurements of selectivity that incorporate appropriate case definitions are necessary to understand the need and potential for… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.prevetmed.2016.06.004

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@article{Habing2016UnderstandingAS, title={Understanding antimicrobial stewardship: Disease severity treatment thresholds and antimicrobial alternatives among organic and conventional calf producers.}, author={Gregory G Habing and Catherine Djordjevic and Gustavo M Schuenemann and Jeff Lakritz}, journal={Preventive veterinary medicine}, year={2016}, volume={130}, pages={77-85} }