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Japanese Veterinary Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System (JVARM)

http://www.maff.go.jp/nval/english/AMR/index.html

Monitoring of antimicrobial resistance on 13 agents was carried out between 2011 and 2015. Among Enterococcus spp. in 2015, resistant strains accounted for between 2.3% (5 out of 220 cattle-derived strains) and 61.0% (89 out of 146 broiler-derived strains) of Enterococcus faecalis, and for between 7.5% (11 out of 146 broiler-derived strains) and 11.4% (25 out of 220 cattle-derived strains and 13 out of 114 layer-derived strains) of Enterococcus faecium. Resistance to enrofloxacin (ERFX), which is a critically important antimicrobial for human medicine, ranged between 6.8% and 20.2% among Enterococcus spp., but whereas the figures for Enterococcus faecalis ranged between 0.0% and 6.3%, those for Enterococcus faecium varied from 28.0% to as high as 92.3%.

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The unit of BP is μg/mL.
* While BC, SNM and VGM were also included in the scope of survey, the proportion of BC-, SNM- and VM-resistant strains was not listed because BP could not be established.
† BP follows CLSI Criteria.
§ The BP for TS was set at 8 μg/mL in 2010 and 2011, but was changed to 64 g/mL in 2012. The resistance proportion in the table was calculated using cut-off of 64 μg/mL.
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