The establishment of the colombian integrated program for antimicrobial resistance surveillance (COIPARS): A pilot project on poultry farms, slaughterhouses and retail market

P. Donado-Godoy, R. Castellanos, M. León, A. Arevalo, V. Clavijo, J. Bernal, D. León, M. A. Tafur, Barbara A Byrne, Woutrina A Smith, E. Perez-Gutierrez

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Abstract

The development of antimicrobial resistance among bacteria (AMR) is currently one of the world's most pressing public health problems. The use of antimicrobial agents in humans and animals has resulted in AMR which has narrowed the potential use of antibiotics for the treatment of infections in humans. To monitor AMR and to develop control measures, some countries, such as the USA, Canada and Denmark, have established national integrated surveillance systems (FDA, CIPARS, 2007, DANMAP,2002). The components of these programs monitor changes in susceptibility/resistance to antimicrobial agents of selected zoonotic pathogens and commensal organisms recovered from animals, retail meats and humans. The rapid development of Colombia's animal production industry has raised food safety issues including the emergence of antibiotic resistance. The Colombian Integrated Surveillance Program for Antimicrobial Resistance (COIPARS) was established as a pilot project to monitor AMR on poultry farms, slaughter houses and retail markets.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)58-69
Number of pages12
JournalZoonoses and Public Health
Volume62
Issue numbers1
DOIs
StatePublished - Apr 1 2015

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Keywords

  • Antimicrobial resistance
  • Campylobacter spp.
  • Enterococcus spp
  • Escherichia coli
  • Integrated surveillance programs
  • Poultry production
  • Salmonella spp.

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Immunology and Microbiology(all)
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Epidemiology
  • Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health
  • veterinary(all)

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The establishment of the colombian integrated program for antimicrobial resistance surveillance (COIPARS) : A pilot project on poultry farms, slaughterhouses and retail market. / Donado-Godoy, P.; Castellanos, R.; León, M.; Arevalo, A.; Clavijo, V.; Bernal, J.; León, D.; Tafur, M. A.; Byrne, Barbara A; Smith, Woutrina A; Perez-Gutierrez, E.

In: Zoonoses and Public Health, Vol. 62, No. s1, 01.04.2015, p. 58-69.

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Donado-Godoy, P. ; Castellanos, R. ; León, M. ; Arevalo, A. ; Clavijo, V. ; Bernal, J. ; León, D. ; Tafur, M. A. ; Byrne, Barbara A ; Smith, Woutrina A ; Perez-Gutierrez, E. / The establishment of the colombian integrated program for antimicrobial resistance surveillance (COIPARS) : A pilot project on poultry farms, slaughterhouses and retail market. In: Zoonoses and Public Health. 2015 ; Vol. 62, No. s1. pp. 58-69.
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