Clinic of Birds and Exotic Animals

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Univerzita veterinárskeho lekárstva a farmácie v Košiciach






Toporčák -  Kuzyšinová -  Mudroňová



Rozsudok Súdneho dvora 

Prítomnosť peľu geneticky modifikovaných rastlín

zo 6. septembra 2011 (C-442/09)



Honey and food supplements containing pollen derived from a GMO        

are foodstuffs produced from GMOs which cannot be marketed without prior authorisation




European Commission - Action Plan against antimicrobial resistance

Európska komisia - Akčný plán proti antimikrobiálnej rezistencii

Action Plan against antimicrobial resistance: Commission unveils 12 concrete actions for the next five years
Akčný plán proti antimikrobiálnej rezistencii: Komisia predstavuje 12 konkrétnych opatrení na nasledujúcich päť rokov





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An European Union ban on the sale of eggs from battery chickens to consumers will go ahead as planned from Jan. 1, 2012, but producers may be free to sell non-compliant eggs to domestic processors

EFSA and ECDC publish first joint report on antimicrobial resistance in zoonotic bacteria affecting humans, animals and food

Scientists at two European Union agencies have combined their expertise to analyse Member State data and compile the first joint EU report on antimicrobial resistance in zoonotic bacteria affecting humans, animals and food. Compiled by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), the report indicates that resistance to antimicrobials was observed in zoonotic bacteria, such as Salmonella and Campylobacter, which may cause infectious diseases transmissible between animals and humans and which can be found in foods. The report also presents antimicrobial resistance data for non-disease causing bacteria such as indicator E. coli and Enterococci, that usually do not cause disease in humans

OIE GLOBAL CONFERENCE ON WILDLIFE “Animal Health and Biodiversity – Preparing for the future" - from 23 to 25 of February 2011 - Paris, France

Gathered at the three-day OIE and partners Global Conference on Wildlife in Paris, France, high-profile world experts in animal health, public health and wildlife examined the growing threats that bring emerging and re-emerging pathogens of wild and domestic animal origin to proliferate

POULTRYMED - Most U.S. Antibiotics Go to Animal Agriculture, 24 February, 2011, 

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration confirmed numbers this week that indicate animal agriculture consumes 80 percent of all antibiotics used in the United States, more than previously estimated.
Congresswoman Louise Slaughter (D-NY) announced Wednesday that FDA confirmed the numbers with her office for the first time. She plans to reintroduce a bill she crafted in 2009 aimed at preserving the effectiveness of antibiotics important for human health by limiting their use in agriculture.
13.1 million kilograms of antibacterial drugs were sold for use on animals in 2009. Only 3.3 million kilograms are sold each year for human use in 2009.
There is no indication  what percent of the antibiotics given to food animals are the same types used to treat human illness. A large percentage of the antibiotics used to treat and prevent illness in animals are ionophores, compounds not used in human medicine.

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