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Abstract

Perioperative antibiotics have been recommended in small animal surgery for decades. With the increasing importance of antibiotic stewardship in managing antimicrobial resistance, Professor John Williams, of Vets Now 24/7 Emergency Hospital in Manchester, guides Companion readers through when and why they should be used, and what dosages are appropriate.

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2018-11-01
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