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Second Consultation Meeting on Regional AMR Monitoring and Surveillance Guidelines Volume 3: “Monitoring and surveillance of AMR in aquaculture”










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    Meeting report of the Second Consultation on Regional Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring and Surveillance Guidelines Volume 5: Monitoring antimicrobial use at the farm level
    27-29 April 2021 (Virtual meeting)
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    Meeting report of the Second consultation to draft the Regional AMR monitoring and surveillance guidelines volume 5
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    Monitoring and surveillance of antimicrobial resistance in bacterial pathogens from aquaculture
    Regional Guidelines for the Monitoring and Surveillance of Antimicrobial Resistance, Use and Residues in Food and Agriculture – Volume 3
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    The guidelines provide a regional overview of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) surveillance in aquaculture, including the importance of harmonizing methodologies across the region (Chapter 1). The guidelines also cover approaches to the design of AMR surveillance in aquaculture, from identifying the target population to sampling considerations (Chapter 2). Sample consideration and transport are described in detail, following standing methodologies for disease surveillance in aquaculture (Chapter 3). The laboratory methods are described, from general principles to specific methodologies (Chapter 4). Finally, the guidelines also describe AMR data management including collection, storage, analysis, and presentation (Chapter 5). While Volume 3 provides guidance for carrying out AMR monitoring and surveillance in aquaculture, the other areas in the AMR surveillance framework are covered in the respective volumes of this regional guideline series: Volume 1 (Monitoring and surveillance of antimicrobial resistance in bacteria from healthy food animals intended for consumption), Volume 2 (Monitoring and surveillance in animal pathogens recovered from diseased livestock); Volume 4 (Monitoring bacterial resistance in the animal environment) that will focus on monitoring AMR in bacteria from agriculture settings (such as manure and slurry in livestock farms and aquatic environments), Volume 5 (Monitoring antimicrobial usage in animals at the farm level) and Volume 6 (Monitoring antimicrobial residues in food). Experts from FAO, the Singapore Food Agency and the Singapore National Parks Board led the writing of this volume.
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    Monitoring and surveillance of antimicrobial resistance in bacteria from healthy food animals intended for consumption
    Regional antimicrobial resistance monitoring and surveillance guidelines - Volume 1
    2019
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    This Regional Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Monitoring and Surveillance Guidelines Volume 1 provides guidance in the development of AMR surveillance plan for food-borne bacteria, underscoring the key elements for harmonized AMR data generation, data collation and reporting of findings, while taking into consideration the standing context of the region. It aims to provide guidelines on the harmonized scheme for antimicrobial susceptibility testing and laboratory-based monitoring for AMR.

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