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Antibiotics in companion animals

June 14, 2010

Veterinary medicines are important tools for the prevention and treatment of bacterial, viral, fungal and parasitic diseases in companion animals. These diseases can have a negative impact on the animal health and welfare of pets.

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Antibiotics in food-producing animals

June 14, 2010

Antibiotics are valuable tools and are essential for the continuing health and welfare of food-producing animals. In addition, they also make a significant contribution to productive and efficient livestock farming.

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  • 16 April
    RT @animalhealthEU: Do you know how vaccines work? ķ ½ķ²‰ āœ… They teach the immune system how to defend the body by using dead or weakened antigeā€¦
  • 11 April
    RT @epruma1: EPRUMA partners promote good animal health practices & responsible use of veterinary medicines. Responsible use of antibioticsā€¦
  • 9 April
    EPRUMA@epruma1
    Responsible Use of #antibiotics for people & for animals is essential in addressing this major health threat.ā€¦ https://t.co/fSxDLSC0HQ

LATEST PUBLICATIONS

  • On European Antibiotic Awareness Day (18 November 2016) Ā EPRUMA's Chairman, Rens van Dobbenburgh, pledges to

  • EPRUMA declaration on 'Our 7 commitments to the responsible use of veterinary medicines': signed in Brussels

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  • A fact sheet explaining the responsible use of medicines in animals, and EPRUMA's role and objectives.

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