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Urinary tract disease is a common clinical presentation in dogs and cats, and a common reason for antimicrobial prescription. This document is a revision and expansion on the 2011 Antimicrobial Use Guidelines for Treatment of Urinary Tract Disease in Dogs and Cats, providing recommendations for...

Weese, J. S.; Blondeau, J.; Boothe, D.; Guardabassi, L. G.; Gumley, N.; Papich, M.; Jessen, L. R.; Lappin, M.; Rankin, S.; Westropp, J. L.; Sykes, J.
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Veterinary Journal, 2019, 247, pp 8-25

Urinary tract disease is a common reason for use (and likely misuse, improper use, and overuse) of antimicrobials in dogs and cats. There is a lack of comprehensive treatment guidelines such as those that are available for human medicine. Accordingly, guidelines for diagnosis and management of ...

Weese, J. S.; Blondeau, J. M.; Boothe, D.; Breitschwerdt, E. B.; Guardabassi, L.; Hillier, A.; Lloyd, D. H.; Papich, M. G.; Rankin, S. C.; Turnidge, J. D.; Sykes, J. E.
Hindawi Publishing Corporation, New York, USA
Veterinary Medicine International, 2011, 2011, pp Article ID 263768

Optimization of antimicrobial treatment is a cornerstone in the fight against antimicrobial resistance. Various national and international authorities and professional veterinary and farming associations have released generic guidelines on prudent antimicrobial use in animals. However, these...

Guardabassi, L.; Apley, M.; Olsen, J. E.; Toutain, P. L.; Weese, S.
American Society for Microbiology (ASM), Washington, D.C., USA
Microbiology Spectrum, 2018, 6, 3, pp ARBA-0018-2017

Cryptosporidiosis is caused by protozoan parasites of the genus Cryptosporidium (family Cryptosporidiidae, order Eucoccidiorida, subclass...

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Urinary tract disease is commonly encountered in dogs and cats and accounts for significant use of antimicrobials.

13 July 2011

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