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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 15 agents was carried out in 2017. The most common coagulase-positive Staphylococcus spp. in both dogs and cats was S. pseudintermedius (91.7% of dogs and 70.8% of cats), followed by S. aureus (4.5% of dogs and 29.2% of cats). In addition, S. schleiferi subsp. Coagulans was collected from dogs (3.0%) and S. intermedius (0.8%) from cats.
In S. pseudintermedius, resistance to tetracycline (TC), chloramphenicol (CP), erythromycin (EM), azithromycin (AZM), and ciprofloxacin (CPFX) in dog- and cat-derived strains was observed to exceed 40%, as was oxacillin (MPIPC) resistance in strains isolated from cats. On the other hand, gentamicin (GM) resistance was below 10% in strains isolated from dogs. The rates of resistance to critically important antimicrobials for human medicine in dog- and cat-derived strains respectively were as follows: 53.3% and 66.7% to AZM, and 58.2% and 88.2% to CPFX.

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The unit of BP is μg/mL.
† BP follows CLSI Criteria.
* While ABPC, CEZ, CEX, CFX, CMZ, CTX, SM, and NA were also included in the scope of monitoring, the proportion of ABPC-, CEZ-, CEX-, CFX-, CMZ-, CTX-, SM- and NA-resistant strains were not listed because BP could not be established.
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