Point-prevalence surveys (PPS) are structured to collect uniform data from multiple sites over a specific period of time. University of Minnesota researchers are using the PPS approach to learn more about antimicrobial use in companion animal primary care and non-academic referral practices and veterinary teaching hospitals.

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Minnesota Point Prevalence Survey

Veterinary Teaching Hospital Point Prevalence Survey

General and Referral Practices Point Prevalence Survey

Dental Antibiotic Use Study

Dermatology Antibiotic Use Study

Results of Antibiotic Use Studies