|NARMS -National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System Animal Isolates|
1 - Overview
2 - Sampling and Testing Methods
3 - Antimicrobials Tested: Concentration Ranges and Breakpoints
4 - NARMS Data
There are four different ways in which the NARMS Animal Isolate data can be viewed:
I. Comprehensive Annual Reports: Beginning in 2005 Annual Reports contain summary data for all organisms tested from slaughter samples: chicken, turkey, swine and cattle. Previous years’ data can be found by following the link to Section II. Summary Tables and Reports (below).
II. Summary Tables and Reports: Summary tables facilitate access to individual organism data summarized by major animal sources, clinical status and years.
III. Interactive Data Query Page: The NARMS Veterinary Isolates Interactive Data Query Page is a tool that will facilitate data retrieval and visualization by organism. Currently, only data for isolates collected from food animals at slaughter will be available for query. Choices include percent resistance trends and MIC distributions. Future expansion will incorporate additional data analysis options.
Data query modules are in .swf file format. Adobe Flash Player is needed to view the graphs and can be downloaded here.
Internet Explorer is the recommended web browser and can be downloaded here.
For optimal viewing, go to "View" in the Main Menu and select "Full Screen".
IV. 508 Compliant Accessible Data: To the extent possible, this section provides information available in section III which is compliant with Section 508 accessibility standards. Further expansions are being developed.
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