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  1. In This Issue: News & Highlights Meet our Second IPFD Student: Ariel Minardi is a 3rd year veterinary student at Ohio State University. Helpful Hint Stay Informed
  2. In This Issue: News & Highlights Check out our new look! We're excited to introduce our new IPFD/DogWellNet.com theme! Stay Informed!
  3. 2019 - Denmark - Publisher: Companion Animal Group, Danish Veterinary Association Antibiotic Use Guidelines for Companion Animal Practice (2nd ed) (Internal: assembled_final.pdf)
  4. There are 5 videos available in this student project series. 2:57 B.A.R.K. Episode 1: Super Bugs (here) 5:19 B.A.R.K. Episode 2: Interview with Nurse Landers Tim Landers, PhD, RN, CNP, CIC from The Ohio State University College of Nursing was kind enough to sit down and answer some questions about antimicrobial resistance from the nursing perspective. He is a wealth of knowledge, and this short video is worth a listen!
  5. This document will serve as a compilation of different antimicrobial use resources from different countries around the world. This list is not exhaustive, and the purpose is to include a samples of guidelines from countries of both the first and third world origin. Countries are sorted alphabetically. We hope to keep developing this resource and welcome suggestions and submissions.
  6. Well, it's been 10 weeks... and I've learned quite a lot. I hope you have, too! As my project comes to an end, Nina and I wanted to give our viewers a big thank you. I hope you enjoyed this blog series and feel more confident about what your role is in solving antimicrobial resistance (AMR). We would also like to extend a huge thank you to the Skippy Frank Fund who sponsored this entire project, and a thank you to Dr. Jason Stull and Dr. Brenda Bonnett for being wonderful mentors every step of the way. It is important to keep in mind that science is an ever-changing field that is c
  7. This 'One Health' buzzword... what is it? Who is implementing it, and who actually is following through? The idea of ‘one health’ dates all the way back to the 19th century when Rudolf Virchow, MD studied links between human and veterinary medicine. He came up with the term ‘zoonosis’ in regards to a pathogen that can be transmitted from animals to humans. This sparked the idea that medicine is not segregated into different categories, but it is rather interconnected. Throughout the past century, scientists have become aware that other sectors such as environmental science a
  8. Here is the catalog and links to work on the 2017 IPFD Student Project on the global public health threat of antimicrobial resistance. This article will be continuously updated during the summer of 2017 and serves as an index to references, links, blogs and other resources.
  9. What’s all this talk about super bugs? Isn’t that what bit Spider Man and gave him those super-spidey powers? Unfortunately, the super bugs I am referring to are not siding with the good guys. These bugs are mutated to withstand even the strongest of antibiotics, rendering them unstoppable… or are they? Here’s some background on AMR… Antimicrobial resistance happens when bacteria become overexposed to antimicrobials (aka antibiotics.) Through a combination of natural selection and mutation, these bacteria become resistant, and t
  10. Tim Landers, PhD, RN, CNP, CIC from The Ohio State University College of Nursing was kind enough to sit down and answer some questions about antimicrobial resistance from the nursing perspective. He is a wealth of knowledge, and this short video is worth a listen!
  11. Something we all share in common is the environment, and green is the new black! With movements towards protecting our environment, it is important to know about the role antibiotics play. Proper kennel waste disposal instructions can be found here: http://www.epa.ohio.gov/portals/41/sb/publications/kennel.pdf Instructions on how to properly dispose of unused medications: https://www.fda.gov/forconsumers/consumerupdates/ucm101653.htm For more info on antibiotic stewardship, p
  12. Antimicrobial resistant infections can be lethal to immunocompromised dogs such as puppies and seniors. It is important that we use antimicrobials properly. The purpose of this article is to: Provide strategies to help prevent development of resistant infections while keeping your dog’s health as the number one priority. Highlight special considerations organized by life stages of the dog - from breeding and whelping to puppyhood to senior years. Let's not be breeding super bugs when we are breeding dogs!
  13. Informative and inspiring TED talk by Maryn McKenna on the global pandemic of antimicrobial resistance. Give it a listen! Downloadable Version: MarynMcKenna_2015-480p.mp4
  14. Summary of my experience at the conference on antimicrobial resistance at the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine. This conference took place on June 2017 in Washington, D.C.
  15. Antibiotic use in companion animal medicine is often overlooked when it comes to the superbug pandemic. However, prudent antibiotic use in animals is every bit as important as it is in humans.
  16. Dr. Christina Hoang from the American Veterinary Medical Association talks about how superbugs are not just a problem in human medicine, but in veterinary medicine as well.
  17. PSA to all of the breeders. Please avoid using antibiotics during pregnancy and whelping unless absolutely necessary. Through breeding your dogs with antibiotics, you are also breeding super bugs. Antibiotics can also be detrimental to growth and development of the puppy. Some antibiotics even cause fetal death. Always consult your veterinarian before using antibiotics.
  18. Did you know that by 2050, superbugs will kill 10 million MORE people than cancer will? This huge problem not only affects our beloved pets, but it is a serious threat to the human population. Click here for the BBC article and check out this great podcast from the UK! Podcast Link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07djvbp Downloadable Version: BBCInsideScience-20160609.mp3
  19. Amazing video brought to you by The Ohio State University that emphasizes the importance of One Health and how we are better together tackling this devastating issue. This video stresses that these issues involve not just a person but everything in their environment - other people, animals, plants, their health, etc. It is why a one-health approach to the problem is necessary. Stay tuned for more resources on antimicrobial resistance! Click here for more information on this video and Ohio State's involvement in AMR.
  20. Clonal Complexes and Antimicrobial Susceptibility Profiles of Staphylococcus pseudintermedius Isolates from Dogs in the United States Ricardo Videla, Samar M. Solyman, Akshar Brahmbhatt, Leslie Sadeghi, David A. Bemis, and Stephen A. Kania
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    Education and Communication: Antimicrobial Resistance Jason Stull, VMD, MPVM, PhD, DACVPM Assistant Professor Dept. Veterinary Preventive Medicine
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