ARLINGTON, VA - The National Dairy FARM Program has released the 2017 edition of its Milk and Dairy Beef Drug Residue Prevention Manual, the primary educational tool for dairy managers about the judicious, responsible use of antibiotics and how to prevent drug residues in milk and meat.. The Milk and Dairy Beef Drug Residue Prevention Manual serves as a valuable tool to the over 40,000 dairy producers who participate in the FARM Program. It is a convenient resource used by dairy farmers to review the antibiotics approved for use in dairy animals, and to develop comprehensive on-farm best management practices necessary to avoid milk and meat residues. The manual includes the most up-to-date veterinary drug information supplied by manufactures, including appropriate withdrawal times.. The 2017 edition now identifies drugs subject to the newly implemented Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD), and contains updated industry data on the declining presence of antibiotic residues found in milk. It also ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Drug Residues after Intravenous Anesthesia and Intrathecal Lidocaine Hydrochloride Euthanasia in Horses. AU - Aleman, Monica R. AU - Davis, E.. AU - Knych, Heather K. AU - Guedes, A.. AU - Smith, F.. AU - Madigan, John E. PY - 2016/7/1. Y1 - 2016/7/1. N2 - Background: Intrathecal lidocaine hydrochloride under general anesthesia has been used as an alternative method of euthanasia in equids. Carnivore, scavenger, and even human consumption of horse meat from carcasses have been anecdotally reported in rural areas after this method of euthanasia. The presence of drug residues in horse meat has not been investigated. Hypothesis/Objectives: To investigate if drug residues are found in horse tissues and determine their concentrations. Animals: Of 11 horses requiring euthanasia for medical reasons. Methods: Prospective descriptive study. Horses were anesthetized with total IV dose of xylazine (mean, 2.5 mg/kg), midazolam (0.1 mg/kg), and ketamine hydrochloride (mean, 5.8 mg/kg). An ...
Veterinary drug residue testing is vital for protecting your business and minimising the risks of negative health impacts by complying with the relevant guidelines and standards for veterinary or antibiotic drug residues in meat.
www.MOLUNA.de Analysis of Antibiotic/Drug Residues in Food Products of Animal [4194660] - In the last three decades. use of antibiotics/drugs in animal husbandry programs has grown tremendously. Antibiotics/drugs are used therapeutically to cure diseases. and subtherapeutically to control the outbreak of diseases, improve feed efficiency and promote growth. The presence of antibiotic/drug residues in food products of animal origin. i.e -- meat,
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The European Feed Safety Authority (EFSA) Dietary and Chemical Monitoring Unit has issued a report on the occurrence of veterinary drugs residues in animals and animal products in Europe. The report is based on data for 2009 provided by the EU Member States to the European Commission.
Archive - The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and Israels Judaica Centre, also known as Israel Book and Gift, are warning people with allergies to sulfonamides not to consume the Lins Farm brand honey products described below because they may contain harmful sulphonamide antibiotic drug residue.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the relationship between antibiotic residues and somatic cell count (SCC) value in raw cow milk. The milk samples (n = 200) were randomly collected during summer and winter seasons from dairy farms in Tabriz. In this study presence of antibiotic residues in raw cow milk, evaluate SCC value, and relationship between milk SCC and antibiotic residue value in raw milk were investigated. All samples were examined by Copan milk test and somatic cell counter, also relationship between SCC and the risk of antibiotic residue violation was determined. Out of 115 samples were positive for antibiotic residues. Antibiotic residue in winter season was significantly higher than in summer season (P < 0.05). Also SCC rate was considerably high during winter season compared with summer samples (P < 0.05). The SCC value was significantly higher for milk samples with positive antibiotic residue (P < 0.05). The results showed a positive significant correlation (P < 0.01) between ...
Therapeutic and subtherapeutic use of veterinary drugs has increased the risk of residue contamination in animal food products. Antibiotics such as tetracycline are used for mastitis treatment of lactating cows. Milk expressed from treated cows before the withdrawal period has elapsed may contain tetracycline residue. This study developed a simple surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopic (SERS) method for on-site screening of tetracycline residue in milk and water. Six batches of silver colloid nanoparticles were prepared for surface enhancement measurement. Milk-tetracycline and water-tetracycline solutions were prepared at seven concentration levels (1000, 500, 100, 10, 1, 0.1, and 0.01 ppm) and spiked with silver colloid nanoparticles. A 785 nm Raman spectroscopic system was used for spectral measurement. Tetracycline vibrational modes were observed at 1285, 1317 and 1632 cm−1 in water-tetracycline solutions and 1322 and 1621 cm−1 (shifted from 1317 and 1632 cm−1, respectively) in milk-tetracycline
The potential presence of drug residue contaminants in food products destined for human consumption is an increasingly popular topic of conversation in the industry but what are the main challenges facing the industry to tackle this potential issue?. Drug residue contaminants in food products is a discussion that involves the global community but each individual country or trade bloc has their own protocols and regulations relating to the control and monitoring of residues. The different legislations are designed to protect the general public as well as the food industry interests in their individual countries. Any business that wishes to sell their products within other countries or regions must meet their legislative requirements relating to drug residues. These differences in regulations have increased the need for increased dialogue on the issue as well as the implementation of effective monitoring systems.. The industry must deal with the potential of residues from antibiotics and growth ...
EFSAs data report summarises the monitoring data from 2014, including compliance rates with EU residue limits, for a range of veterinary medicines, unauthorised substances and contaminants found in animals and animal-derived food. Overall, 730,000 samples were reported in 2014 - a drop from the 1 million plus samples in last years report on 2013 data - from the 28 EU Member States.
EFSAs latest data report summarises the monitoring data from 2015, including compliance rates with EU residue limits, for a range of veterinary medicines, unauthorised substances and contaminants found in animals and animal-derived food. Overall, 730,000 samples were reported in 2015 - in line with last years report on 2014 data - from the 28 EU Member States.
Purpose: Develop a rapid, sensitive method for determining amitraz and its metabolites in milk.|br/|Methods: Samples were hydrolyzed in acidic condition and extracted with hexane. After derivativation, the samples were analyzed by GC-ECD or directly by GC-MS.|br/|Results: The results show that GC-MS determination of amitraz and its metabolites is rapid and sensitive.
A bull calf sold for slaughter as food by an Ohio dairy farm was found to have higher than allowed levels of an animal drug in its edible tissues.. In a June 17 warning letter, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said a dairy operation owned by Atlee W. Hostetler at Apple Creek, Ohio is violating the federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.. Tissue samples taken from the bull calf came back with 0.876 parts per million (ppm) of sulfamethoxazole in the muscle and 0.465 ppm of sulfamethoxazole in the liver. FDA has not established a tolerance for sulfamethoxazole in edible tissues of calves.. "Our investigation also found that you hold animals under conditions that are so inadequate that medicated animals bearing potentially harmful drug residues are likely to enter the food supply," the warning letter said. "For example, you failed to maintain treatment records and failed to keep an inventory system for determining the quantities of drugs used to medicate cows and calves. Food from animals held ...
This month, the U.S. Food and Drug Administrations (FDA) Center for Veterinary Medicine issued a final rule on tolerances for animal drugs in food. The regulations apply only to foods intended for human consumption.
Many drugs leave our bodies unaffected, and residues from them are therefore found in wastewater. Low concentrations of drugs are often found downstream from sewage treatment plants. Today we test how dangerous drugs are to humans, but our knowledge of the environmental impacts of drugs is limited. For the first time, scientists have now been able to show how the behavior of fish is affected by involuntary medication.. Researchers have examined how perch behave when they are exposed to the anxiety-moderating drug Oxazepam. The changes were obvious in drug concentrations corresponding to those found in waters in densely populated areas in Sweden ...
This is a test for detecting trace amounts of narcotic drugs. Surface drug testing kits detect over forty (40) unknown illicit drugs from a simple application. Designed to detect and identify trace or bulk amounts of residue from surfaces, clothing, bedrooms, and automobiles. Suitable for powder, pills and liquid!
GLOBAL - The poultry industry has highlighted coccidiosis as one of the most prevalent factors adversely affecting producers and processors globally.
Michael Harper for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online. Ecosystems are complicated and tightly integrated systems. One small change to any part of the system can and will affect another part of the system further down the line. As humans, it´s sometimes easy to forget that we´re also a part of a larger ecosystem and that even the tiniest of actions can affect another living thing somewhere down the line.. A recent study describes this sort of cause and effect chain reaction, finding that the drugs leaving our system end up medicating fish in the sea.. According to ecologist Tomas Brodin, lead author of this study, our bodies don´t absorb medicines with 100% efficiency. Traces of these medications leave our bodies as waste and therefore end up in wastewater. Low concentrations of certain drugs have been found in wastewater treatment plants, causing scientists such as Brodin to investigate what effect, if any, these medicines have on fish.. In particular, Brodin studied the effects of the ...
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Antibiotic residue in meat is a serious public health concern due to its harmful effects on consumer health. This study aimed at estimating the residue levels of four commonly used antibiotics in meat samples using three analytical methods (ELISA, TLC and HPLC). A total of 150 samples of raw meat from sales points were analysed for ciprofloxacin, streptomycin, tetracycline, and sulphanilamide residues. Overall, ELISA analysis showed that 56, 34, 18, and 25.3% of the samples tested positive for ciprofloxacin, streptomycin, sulphanilamide and tetracycline residues respectively while TLC and HPLC detected 21.4, 29.4, 92.5, and 14.6%, and 8.3, 41.1, 88.8, and 14.6% of the samples as containing the residues, with ciprofloxacin and sulphanilamide having the lowest and highest occurrence, respectively. Furthermore, the concentrations of antibiotic residues were in the ranges of 19.8-92.8, 26.6-489.1, 14.2-1280.8, and 42.6-355.6 μg/kg with ELISA, while HPLC detected concentration ranges of 20.7-82.1, 41.8-320
Worldwide, there are increasing concerns about food safety and what is really present in the food we are eating, and feeding our children. Antibiotic residues are one of these concerns and a growing global problem. In 2001 India became the worlds largest consumer of antibiotics and the problem with antibiotic resistance is increasing. Studies have shown a link between a high SCC (somatic cell count) in cows milk and high risk for antibiotic residues. In India reports have shown that the average number of clinical mastitis is between 3.94% and 23.25% of the total cow population. In additions to antibiotic residues, there is a risk of mycotoxins in milk products. In countries with a tropical climate such as India, problems due to chronic exposure of aflatoxins are emerging. The fungi that produce the toxin, Aspergillus spp., thrive in a hot and humid climate. The effects of chronic aflatoxin exposure include liver carcinoma, and potentially immune suppression and stunting, with children being ...
Antibiotic residues in uncured pepperoni or salami meat are potent enough to weaken helpful bacteria that processors add to acidify the sausage to make it safe for consumption, according to a study to be published in mBio®, the online open-access journal of the American Society for Microbiology, on August 28.. Sausage manufacturers commonly inoculate sausage meat with lactic-acid-producing bacteria in an effort to control the fermentation process so that the final product is acidic enough to kill pathogens that might have existed in the raw meat. By killing the bacteria that produce lactic acid, antibiotic residues can allow pathogenic bacteria to proliferate.. Researchers at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, and University College Cork, Ireland, found that antibiotic concentrations within limits set by US and European Union (EU) regulators are high enough to slow fermentation, the process that acidifies the sausages and helps destroy foodborne pathogens like Salmonella or E. coli.. "At ...
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Worrying about bills and plummeting shrimp prices, Dwayne Harrison stopped to apply for a mowing job one morning recently before dropping his nets in the Houston Ship Channel. In those restaurants, Harrison pointed out, people will be watching our boats come in while being served shrimp from halfway around the world that are fed antibiotics to keep them alive. In August, FDA inspectors set a monthly record by refusing 72 shipments of shrimp, much of it from Malaysia, that either tested positive for antibiotics or lacked evidence of being drug free. Through October, the FDA has refused 377 separate shrimp entries - from large containers to small packages - citing antibiotics or veterinary drug residues. The FDA actions acknowledge the worrisome fact that antibiotics relied on for decades are becoming ineffective because of overuse in human health care and indiscriminate use in farming. Some in the domestic seafood industry contend that the pending 12-country Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade
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INTERNATIONAL. Draft OECD guidance for in vitro eye irritation and cell transformation tests. JECFA report on veterinary drug residues. OECD predicts skin sensitisation potential of 4-isopropylaniline. EUROPE. REACH. …Updated guidance on the preparation of CLH dossiers. …ECHA updates its guidance on genotoxicity testing. …Online assistance on safety data sheets and exposure scenarios. …Illustrative example of exposure scenarios. …ECETOC report on the PBT/vPvB assessment of chemicals under REACH. …Proposals for harmonised classification and labelling. …Applications for authorisation: trichloroethylene and diarsenic trioxide. …CARACAL considers acute toxicity testing. …Other items of interest. Biocidal Products Regulation. …ECHA publishes transitional guidance report. ECVAM report on alternative test methods. European deliberations on thresholds for endocrine disruption. SCENIHR guidance on the health assessment of nanomaterials in medical devices. EFSA report on dietary ...
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Goats accounted for higher rates of violative drug residues than any other class of livestock in 2010. Goats are more likely to have violations from anthelmintic (deworming) treatment than any other animal health medicines.
by Gabe Middleton, DVM. Drug residue avoidance is a critical area for dairy producers to focus on. In todays dairy industry climate, a milk residue puts the dairy at risk for loss of market access as well as financial losses. In addition, it creates a black eye for the industry in general that all producers certainly want to avoid. On July 1, 2017, the tetracycline screening pilot program will begin, and no less than 1 out of 15 tanker loads of milk will be tested for oxytetracycline, chlortetracycline, and tetracycline. The tolerance limit for the drug is 300 ppb. [Read more…]. ...
article{0db84538-6958-4f4c-8501-ed9ba7e840c1, abstract = {Despite the ban by the European Union, anabolic steroids might still be illicitly employed in bovine meat production. The surveillance of misuse of such potentially harmful molecules is necessary to guarantee consumers health. Analytical methods for drug residue control are based on LC-MS/MS, but their efficacy can be hindered due to undetectable residual concentrations as a result of low-dosage treatments. Screening methods based on the recognition of indirect biological effects of growth promoters administration, such as the alteration of protein expression, can improve the efficacy of surveillance. The present study was aimed at identifying modifications in the muscle protein expression pattern between bulls treated with an ear implant (Revalor-XS (R)) containing trenbolone acetate (200 mg) and estradiol (40 mg), and untreated animals. The analysis of skeletal muscle was carried out using a tandem mass tags shotgun proteomics ...
Musser, Jeffrey - Texas A&M University (TAMU) Scholar profile, educations, publications, research, grants, awards, courses, concepts, and topics. Dairy production medicine, mastitis prevention and control, and quality milk production; pharmacokinetics in exotic and food animals and drug residue prevention; vaccine investigation; viral diseases of sheep, goats, and birds.
Musser, Jeffrey - Texas A&M University (TAMU) Scholar profile, educations, publications, research, grants, awards, courses, concepts, and topics. Dairy production medicine, mastitis prevention and control, and quality milk production; pharmacokinetics in exotic and food animals and drug residue prevention; vaccine investigation; viral diseases of sheep, goats, and birds.
The defining characteristics of the specialty of veterinary clinical pharmacology reside in an advanced knowledge of the many complex factors that constitute rational drug therapy in animal patients.. Graduate work in the pharmacology concentration area of the Comparative Biomedical Sciences (CBS) degree includes research at the molecular and cellular level in pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, drug interactions, drug residues and metabolites, anesthetics and autonomic drugs, pulmonary biology, oncology, ophthalmology, gastroenterology, reproductive endocrinology, and lipid-, peptide-, and oxygen-derived mediators of inflammation. Research approaches employ a wide variety of molecular, biochemical, pharmacological, and microscopic techniques, utilizing cell culture and whole organisms. Students selecting pharmacology will focus on one or more of these areas.. A highly individualized curriculum of study is designed to meet the needs and interests of the student while satisfying selected requirements ...
2.) DRUG RESIDUE: Certifies that neither the undersigned nor the person(s) from whom the consignor purchased the livestock are on the USDA/FSIS actives list of repeat violators as having had more than one residue violation in the past 12 months or if they are on the USDA/FSIS list that the consignor has identified the animals being sold that come from the person whose name appears on the USDA/FSIS list ...
Environmental Working Group analysis shows that of the top 200 drugs in the U.S., 13 percent list serious side effects at levels less than 100 parts-per-billion (ppb) in human blood, with some causing potential health risks in the parts-per-trillion range. EWG calls on EPA to take swift action to set standards for pollutants in tap water that will protect the health of Americans nationwide, including children and others most vulnerable to health risks from these exposures. Drug residues contaminate drinking water supplies when people take pills. While their bodies absorb some of the medication, the rest of it is flushed down the toilet. Drinking water treatment plants are not designed to remove these residues, and the AP team uncovered data showing these same chemicals in treated tap water and water supplies in 24 major metropolitan areas around the US. EWGs national tap water atlas shows tap water testing results from 40,000 communities around the country. All of the pharmaceuticals reported ...
Surface drug test for Narcotics is designed to detect and identify drug residue either trace or bulk from pills or powder. It detects and identifies illicit or prescription drugs in seconds and its a powerful non-toxic power takes only seconds to confirm your suspicions.
Meat contaminants are not likely to go away because they stem from Big Meats desire to maximize profits by growing animals faster. Recently, the US Department of Agriculture announced plans to relax federal meat and poultry inspections, allowing meat processors greater leeway in policing themselves, already the agricultural trend. Most food activists ask how standards could be relaxed any further when drug residues, heavy metals, cleaning supplies, gasses, nitrites, hormones and other unwanted guests contaminate the meat supply.
Cancer tests typically depend on being able to identify proteins in a sample that are characteristic of the type of tumour under study; this is known as immunohistochemistry (IHC). The ONRL team combined this technique with another which the instiution has previously developed, an automated droplet-based liquid microjunction surface sampling probe, which allows samples collected during surgey to be subjected to high-performance liquid chromatography to separate out the various molecules so that they can be identified by mass spectroscopy. Other technologies are being developed for rapid cancer diagnosis, but the ORNL team claims that these can only detect small molecules, whereas theirs can identify the larger molecules like peptides and proteins that are necessary to provide accurate diagnoses.. Team leader Vilmos Ketsesz said that the technique has been used sucessfully to identify drug residues and other biological molecules in thin tissue samples and even dried blood, and is capable of ...
Adequate plant records shall be maintained of all required tests and analyses performed in the laboratory or throughout the plant during storage, processing and manufacturing, on all raw milk receipts and dairy products. Such records shall be available for examination at all reasonable times by the inspector. The following are the records which shall be maintained for examination at the plant or receiving station where performed. (a) Sediment and bacterial test results on raw milk from each producer. Retain for 12 months. (1) Routine tests and monthly summary of all producers showing number and percent of total in each class. (2) Retests, if initial test places milk in probationary status. (3) Rejections of raw milk over No. 3 in quality. (b) Pasteurization recorder charts. Retain for 3 months. (c) Water supply test certificate. Retain current copy for 6 months. (d) Cooling and heating recorder charts. Retain for 3 months.. (e) Load and individual drug residue test results. Retain for 12 months. ...
Thanks to homogeneous suspensions, we reduce both previous roughnesses of more than 5 to 1 μm and materials consumption," explains Dr. Annegret Potthoff, head of the group Powder and Suspension Characterization at Fraunhofer IKTS. For the first time even functional surfaces are possible, too. They can, for example, be provided with photocatalytically active layers, which permanently degrade drug residues in waste water treatment plants.. From the feedstock to the optimized component. In the lab accredited according to DIN EN ISO / EC 17025 at Fraunhofer IKTS, the suspensions are individually adapted for each application concerning solid content, grain size distribution and viscosity. "In successful cooperation with the Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology IWS, we were able to adapt the entire process chain and existing plant technology to suspensions.. The hardware components developed at IWS, such as suspension conveyors and injectors, can be easily integrated into existing ...
Significant pharmaceutical innovations and progresses have occurred in oncology treatments and patients management. Recent signal transduction inhibitor agents having a strong anti-tumour specificity are able to disrupt signal pathways mediating cancer cell proliferation and efficiently prevent tumour growth. Signal transduction inhibitors include imatinib, sunitinib, nilotinib, dasatinib, sorafenib and other tyrosine kinase blockers currently under investigation. But other chemotherapeutic drugs such as antimetabolites (methotrexate, 5-Fluorouracil), mitotic spindle inhibitors (vincristine, vinorelbine), antibiotic inhibitors of topoisomerases (etoposide, topotecan) etc. are also increasingly used in oncology. As a consequence, cancer patients are living longer, and the amount of consumption of these classes of drugs has grown accordingly. In parallel, the amount of anticancer drug residues released into the environment has increased. Indeed, most anticancer drugs are eliminated by urines or ...
Testing for histamine and drug residues is now simpler than ever with the MaxSignal® and HistaStrip™ products. MaxSignal® ELISA testing offers a broad range of testing for antibiotics in various seafood samples, as well as an AOAC-approved rapid enzymatic test for the detection of histamine in tuna and mahi mahi. With our AOAC-approved enzymatic kit and field-based strip test for histamine, customers can detect histamine at any point in their supply chain. ...
The DrugWipe is a test used to wipe surfaces for traces of drug residue. It may also be used for sweat or saliva tests of individuals. Officers at the roadside can quickly screen (using saliva) for drivers suspected of being under the influence of an illegal drug. DrugWipe was named a finalist in the 2011 Cygnus Law Enforcement Group Innovation Awards competition. The DrugWipe 6+ (saliva only) test was entered under the category of Traffic Enforcement. The test is accomplished by wiping a small moist wiping fleece on a surface, or on the forehead, palm, or tongue of an individual. It can detect cannabis, cocaine, crack cocaine, heroin, morphine, amphetamines, MDMA, and benzodiazepines. Immuno assay strips containing antibodies bind to components of the different drugs. The Center for Forensic Research & Education performed an independent laboratory evaluation of 10 on-site oral fluid devices. DrugWipe was the #1 rated oral fluid device in this study, performing at 100% accuracy, with zero ...
Drug paraphernalia" is a term, to denote any equipment, product, accessory, or material that is modified for making, using, or concealing drugs, typically for recreational purposes. Drugs such as cocaine, heroin, marijuana, and methamphetamine are related to a wide range of paraphernalia. Paraphernalia generally falls into two categories: user-specific products and dealer-specific products. User-specific products include glass hashish pipes, crack cocaine pipes, smoking masks, hashish bongs, cocaine freebase kits, syringes, roach clips for holding the burning end of a marijuana joint. Some stores sell items for growing hydroponic marijuana, such as guidebooks, fertilizer, and fluorescent grow-lights. The term "paraphernalia" also refers to items such as hollowed-out cosmetic cases or fake pagers when used to conceal illegal drugs, or products purported to cleanse an individuals system of drug residues to increase the individuals chance of passing a urine analysis for drug use. Dealer-specific ...
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A newly published study by researchers in Denmark and Ireland has found that antibiotic residues in meat may inhibit the growth of starter culture bacteria used to produce salami and other fermented meat products, but have less effect on pathogens.. The researchers found that levels of oxytetracycline and erythromycin within statutory limits in meat affected the production of lactic acid by starter cultures so that insufficient acidification occurred during fermentation. Pathogens like Salmonella and E. coli were more likely to survive in the finished product and create a safety hazard.. The authors of the study now plan to investigate whether the same effect could occur in commercial production facilities and to look at developing antibiotic resistant-starter cultures.. A report on the study can be found here.. ...