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Responsible AM use in the treatment of mudfever

Case study by Helen Braid describing a case study about AMS in treating a horse with mud fever.

This case study in equine practice, given by Helen Braid, describes a horse with mud fever brought in by an irate and frustrated owner. There are many potential stewardship challenges in this situation but solutions to these are provided in the video.

In the comments section below please discuss this case study and how it would have been addressed at your practice. Do you think there was anything mentioned in the video that you would have done differently, or not at all?

The BEVA protect me guidelines can be found here.

Please find a downloadable copy of the PowerPoint slides used in the video in the downloads section below.

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Antimicrobial Stewardship in Veterinary Practice

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