On any given day, pet owners across the country take their beloved companion animals to the vet for a number of routine office visits such as stomach/GI issues, skin infections, pain, ear infections, or urinary tract infections. All with the anticipated hope of a vet providing an effective treatment plan so their fur-family member feels better.
As veterinary medicine expands, so too does the need to quickly and effectively identification of patterns and incidences of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) to mitigate bacteria resistance thus making an antibiotic treatment plan less effective.
And while modern medicine has resulted in both human and companion animal healthcare advancements, overuse or misuse of an antibiotic have accelerated the spread and resistance to bacteria.
Download our MiQLab™ Bacterial and AMR Test: Enabling Evidence-Based Treatment Decisions to learn more.