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Abstract

Antimicrobial resistant bacteria are of great concern in both human and veterinary healthcare. Animals could be at risk of colonisation or infection in veterinary premises and/or act as reservoirs for colonisation or infection of in-contact humans. High standards of clinical practice and hygiene are vital to prevent the spread of these organisms. Responsible antimicrobial use will help slow the development of resistance and help preserve the efficacy of antimicrobial drugs for the future. This resource includes the BSAVA Practice Guidelines on Reducing the risk from MRSA and MRSP. Last reviewed 2016

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