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Control and Detection of Antimicrobial Residues in Milk

Antimicrobials are used in veterinary medicine to treat infectious diseases in animals caused or complicated by microorganisms, mainly bacteria, or to prevent the development or spread of infection in healthy animals. The factsheet details the necessary steps for their prudent use and important risk minimizations practices. It also features information on the IDF/ISO guidance to detect and control antimicrobial residues in the dairy value chain.

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published date 15 April 2014

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Antimicrobials are used in veterinary medicine to treat infectious diseases in animals caused or complicated by microorganisms, mainly bacteria, or to prevent the development or spread of infection in healthy animals. The factsheet details the necessary steps for their prudent use and important risk minimizations practices. It also features information on the IDF/ISO guidance to detect and control antimicrobial residues in the dairy value chain.

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