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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Ervin Albert, Rita Sipos, Szilárd Jánosi, Péter Kovács, Árpád Kenéz, Adrienn Micsinai, Zsófia Noszály, and Imre Biksi

., 2017 ). In Hungary, the last surveys on the matter were conducted in the 2000s. Kaszanyitzky et al. (2004) investigated more than 2,000 S. aureus (SA) isolates of livestock origin and detected only five MRSA strains, which were all from dairy

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infections, osteomyelitis, and endocarditis [ 1 ]. The mean prevalence of MRSA in Iran is between 57.2 and 93.3 percent [ 2 ]. Antibiotic misuse has led to high resistance levels in MRSA strains leading to an increased mortality rate, high costs of care and

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(2010–2015) conducted in France, horses, dogs and cats were tested for methicillin-resistant S. aureus (MRSA) strains. Of the 130 cases, 60% were found to be resistant to tetracyclines, 50% to gentamicin, 48.5% to enrofloxacin, 33.1% to erythromycin

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