effects on human health of subtherapeutic use of antimicrobials in animal feeds

by Assembly of Life Sciences (U.S.). Committee to Study the Human Health Effects of Subtherapeutic Antibiotic Use in Animal Feeds.

Publisher: National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Bacterial diseases -- Transmission.,
  • Antibiotics in animal nutrition.,
  • Antibiotic residues -- Health aspects.,
  • Drug resistance in microorganisms.,
  • Meat -- Microbiology.

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Includes bibliographies.

StatementCommittee to Study the Human Health Effects of Subtherapeutic Antibiotic Use in Animal Feeds, Division of Medical Sciences, Assembly of Life Sciences, National Research Council.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRA644.B32 A84 1980
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 376 p. :
Number of Pages376
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4124424M
ISBN 100309030447
LC Control Number80081486

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An Institute of Medicine (IOM) Committee on Human Health Risk Assessment of Using Subtherapeutic Antibiotics in Animal Feeds attempted to quantify the use of antibacterial agents in livestock and poultry feeds. Using International Trade Commission (ITC) data from onward, the IOM committee estimated that in total production of. Concentrated Swine Feeding Operations and Public Health: A Review of Occupational and Community Health Effects. Environmental Health Perspectives. (8): 22 Hendriksen SWM, Orsel K, Wagenaar JA, Miko A and van Duijkeren E. Animal-to-Human Transmission of Salmonella Typhimurium DTA Variant. Emerging Infectious Diseases. 10( CAFOs Are Squandering Vital Human Medicines by Leo Horrigan, Jay Graham and Shawn McKenzie. Download chapter excerpt as PDF. Antibiotics have been called the “health care miracle of the last years.” However, the rampant use of antibiotics as growth promoters in industrial food animal production has put this health care miracle at risk.   Swartz MN. Committee on Human Risk Assessment of Using Subtherapeutic Antibiotics in Animal Feeds, Institute of Medicine, Division of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. Human Health Risks With the Subtherapeutic Use of Penicillin or Tetracyclines in Animal Feed. Washington, DC: National Academy Press; ↵Cited by:

As early as , a report concluded that the administration of antibiotics to livestock, especially at subtherapeutic levels as growth promoters, poses a hazard to human and animal health [3]. Subtherapeutic use of antimicrobials in animals can lead to resistance selection and concomitant treatment failure; therefore, it was considered.   Antimicrobials are critical to contemporary high-intensity beef production. Many different antimicrobials are approved for beef cattle, and are used judiciously for animal welfare, and controversially, to promote growth and feed efficiency. Antimicrobial administration provides a powerful selective pressure that acts on the microbial community, selecting for resistance gene determinants Cited by: There is circumstantial evidence that use of subtherapeutic doses of antimicrobials creates selective pressure for the emergence of antimicrobial resistance, which may be transmitted to the consumer from food or through contact with treated animals or animal manure. FDA/AASV Judicious Use of Antimicrobials for Swine Veterinarians Guidelines. Dr. Steve Dritz Dr. Dritz is an Associate Professor at the Food Animal Health and Management Center, College of Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University. He conducts on-farm research to .

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The Effects on Human Health of Subtherapeutic Use of Antimicrobials in Animal Feeds. The Effects on Human Health of Subtherapeutic Use of Antimicrobials in Animal Feeds [National Research Council, Division on Earth and Life Studies, Division of Medical Sciences, Commission on Life Sciences, Committee to Study the Human Health Effects of Subtherapeutic Antibiotic Use in Animal Feeds] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying by: Assembly of Life Sciences (U.S.).

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Effects on human health of subtherapeutic use of antimicrobials in animal feeds. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document.

Book: The effects on human health of subtherapeutic use of antimicrobials in animal feeds. + pp. Abstract: This book comprises the report of a committee established to evaluate published and unpublished evidence on the possible human health effects of the practice of supplementing animal feedstuffs with antimicrobial agents.

In-text: (The effects on human health of subtherapeutic use of antimicrobials in animal feeds, ) Your Bibliography: The Effects On Human Health Of Subtherapeutic Use Of Antimicrobials In Animal Feeds. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences. Subtherapeutic use of antibiotics in animal feed grew extensively and concern has arisen that this “indiscriminate” use of antibiotics could lead to increased numbers of antimicrobial-resistant bacteria and ultimately compromise treatment of human bacterial by: Aarestrup F.

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Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy 40(8)– [PMC free article: PMC] [PubMed: ]. United States. Food effects on human health of subtherapeutic use of antimicrobials in animal feeds book Drug Administration. Title(s): The effects on human health of subtherapeutic use of antimicrobials in animal feeds/ Committee to Study the Human Health Effects of Subtherapeutic Antibiotic Use in Animal Feeds, Division of Medical Sciences, Assembly of Life Sciences, National Research Council.

Examples of Antimicrobials Important in Human Medicine Being Used for Animal Treatment, Metaphylaxis or Growth Promotion Figure 2. Possible Spread of Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria from Animals to Humans. The Human Health Impact Of Antimicrobial Resistance In Animal Populations A.

Increased human morbidity. Sub-therapeutic use of antibiotics in animal feed and their potential impact on environmental and human health: a comprehensive review September DOI: /jafst Antibiotic use in animal feed and its impact on human healt.

Antibiotic use in animal feed enhancing effects of feeding subtherapeutic levels of a wide range of antibiotics has been. (), the World Health Organization report, the Committee on Drug Use in Food Animals report, and a General Accounting Office report).

The specter of resistant livestock diseases affecting humans, human health, and human health care practices has heightened concerns about livestock drug use and motivated regu-latory actions. Aarestrup, F. Veterinary Drug Usage and Antimicrobial Resistance in Bacteria of Animal Origin - Basic & Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology.

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The study entitled “The Effects on Human Health of Subtherapeutic Use of Antimicrobials in Animal Feeds,” conducted by the NAS/NRC, was published in (Ref. It concluded that existing data could neither prove nor disprove the postulated hazards to human health from subtherapeutic antimicrobial use in animal feeds.

Book Format: Hardback pages, ePub; The Effects on Human Health of Subtherapeutic Use of Antimicrobials in Animal Feeds. Commission on Life Sciences. Book Details: Author: Commission on Life Sciences Date: 01 Jun Publisher: National Academies Press Language: English.

Edward Lau (Deceased), in Separation Science and Technology, 6. Animal Health Products. Animal health or veterinary drug products are the materials intended for animals other than humans, including drugs used in animal feeds. These drugs may be the same as the human drug approved through the NDA, but approval of a new animal drugs application (NADA) is required for marketing.

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In: The effects on human health of subtherapeutic use of antimicrobials in animal feed. National Academy of Science s, Washington DC, p Google Scholar Kiser JS, Clemente J, Popken F () A comparison of the effectiveness of several antibiotics against an experimental infection with Leptospira icterohemorrhagiae or -mona in chick by: 9.

Cabello FC () Heavy use of prophylactic antibiotics in aquaculture: a growing problem for human and animal health and for the environment. Environ Microbiol – CrossRef Google Scholar Carnevale RA () Antimicrobial use in food animals and human health.

Antibiotics for Subtherapeutic Purpose The use of subtherapeutic antibiotics is an impor-tant component of modern livestock production. Anti-biotics are added to feed in regulated small amounts for maintaining health, promoting growth, and increasing feed efficiency. Subtherapeutic use must adhere to manufacturer’s label Size: KB.

The advisability of using certain antibiotics, particularly penicillin and tetracycline, in animal feeds has been questioned because of their use in human medicine.

Any use of an antibiotic that is prescribed for humans presents some risks to human health, whether the use is for humans, animals or for other purposes; but, the uses also have benefits.

Otherwise, they would not persist. Veterinary pharmaceuticals include a wide range of anti-infectives and additives in the use for animal health, nutrition, reproduction, and productivity. Antimicrobials are among the most extensively used drugs in developing countries largely due to large population of livestock and the burden of infectious diseases.

The introduction of penicillin in and other antibiotics thereafter Cited by: 1. Antimicrobial resistance is a global public health crisis that threatens our ability to successfully treat bacterial infections (1, 2).

Microbiologists and infectious disease specialists have long recognized the problem—the discoverer of penicillin Sir Alexander Fleming himself drew attention to the threat of resistance from underdosing (3)—but realization of the vast scale of the Cited by:.

Antibiotic use in livestock is the use of antibiotics for any purpose in the husbandry of livestock, which includes treatment when ill (therapeutic), treatment of a group of animals when at least one is diagnosed with clinical infection (metaphylaxis), and preventative treatment (prophylaxis).Antibiotics are an important tool to treat animal as well as human disease, safeguard animal health.FDA determined that this section was obsolete as FDA had a new strategy and concept for assessing the safety of antimicrobial new animal drugs, including subtherapeutic use of antimicrobials in animal feed, with regard to their microbiological effects on bacteria of human health concern.Panel: FDA Not Required to Hold Hearings on Animal Feed.