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फिर बजी खतरे की घंटी पोल्ट्री फार्मों में एंटीबायोटिक का इस्तेमाल न केवल मरु्गियों को बीमारियों स बचान बल कि वजन बढ़ान के लिए भी किया जाता है।

हरियाणा के कावी गांव के किसान चांद सिंह कहते हैं कि वह नियमित रूप से मुर्गियों को एनरोसिन और कोलिस्टिन नामक एंटीबायोटिक्स देते हैं।

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ABR Report - Antibiotic Resistance in Poultry Environment

The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), a non-governmental organization based in New Delhi, has set up the Pollution Monitoring Laboratory (PML) to monitor environmental pollution. PML is an ISO 9001:2008 accredited laboratory certified by SWISSCERT Pvt. Ltd. for conducting Pollution Monitoring and Scientific Studies on Environmental Samples.

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FST Report - Antibiotic Resistance in Poultry Environment

Antibiotics are becoming increasingly ineffective. Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR)—Antibiotic Resistance (ABR) in particular—is a huge public-health threat globally, more so in a country like India. It is linked with high disease and economic burden on people and nations. It can also impact food safety, nutrition security, livelihood and attainment of Sustainable Development Goals. ABR is truly a ‘One Health’ issue which recognizes connections between humans, animals and the environment, both as a cause and solution.

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Antibiotics in fishes

Use of antibiotics is strongly linked with antibiotic resistance. Just like in humans, antibiotic overuse and misuse in rearing food animals such as chicken, fish, dairy and pigs is known to cause emergence and spread of resistance. Besides food and direct contact, waste from such animal and aquaculture farms carrying antibiotic residues and resistant bacteria spreads resistance to larger environment and affects human health.