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Multidrug resistant Salmonella enterica isolated from conventional pig farms using antimicrobial agents in preventative medicine programmes

AuthorsCameron-Veas, Karla; Fraile, Lorenzo; Napp, Sebastián; Garrido, Victoria ; Grilló, María Jesús ; Migura-Garcia, Lourdes
KeywordsCeftiofur
β-Lactams
Multidrug resistance
Pig
Salmonella enterica
Issue DateApr-2018
PublisherElsevier
CitationVeterinary Journal 234: 36-42 (2018)
AbstractA longitudinal study was conducted to investigate the presence of multidrug antimicrobial resistance (multi-AR) in Salmonella enterica in pigs reared under conventional preventative medicine programmes in Spain and the possible association of multi-AR with ceftiofur or tulathromycin treatment during the pre-weaning period. Groups of 7-day-old piglets were treated by intramuscular injection with ceftiofur on four farms (n = 40 piglets per farm) and with tulathromycin on another four farms (n = 40 piglets per farm). A control group of untreated piglets (n = 30 per farm) was present on each farm. Faecal swabs were collected for S. enterica culture prior to treatment, at 2, 7 and 180 days post-treatment, and at slaughter. Minimal inhibitory concentrations of 14 antimicrobial agents, pulsed-field gel electrophoresis and detection of resistance genes representing five families of antimicrobial agents were performed. Plasmids carrying cephalosporin resistant (CR) genes were characterised. Sixty-six S. enterica isolates were recovered from five of eight farms. Forty-seven isolates were multi-AR and four contained blaCTX-M genes harboured in conjugative plasmids of the IncI1 family; three of these isolates were recovered before treatment with ceftiofur. The most frequent AR genes detected were tet(A) (51/66, 77%), sul1 (17/66, 26%); tet(B) (15/66, 23%) and qnrB (10/66, 15%). A direct relation between the use of ceftiofur in these conditions and the occurrence of CR S. enterica was not established. However, multi-AR was common, especially for ampicillin, streptomycin, sulphonamides and tetracycline. These antibiotics are used frequently in veterinary medicine in Spain and, therefore, should be used sparingly to minimise the spread of multi-AR.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tvjl.2018.02.002
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/191699
DOI10.1016/j.tvjl.2018.02.002
ISSN1090-0233
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