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HEALTHCARE RESEARCH

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Abstract

TACKLING BACTERIA RESISTANCE IN FARMS: FOCUS ON FLUOROQUINOLONES, BETA-LACTAMS AND CYCLINS IN POULTRY FARMS OF THE BAMBOUTOS DIVISION, WEST-CAMEROON

Léticia Saurelle Mbognou, Blandine Pulcherie Tamatcho Kweyang, Anselme Michel Yawat Djogang*, O’Neal Dorsel Youté, Serge Honoré Tchoukoua and Pierre René Fotsing Kwetche

ABSTRACT

As one of the biggest known global health challenges of the 21st century, antimicrobial resistance (AMR),influences human and animal welfare more rapidly beyond anticipation and affects the dynamics of biotic andabiotic systems. Identifying and prioritizing needs and actions in farming systems, healthcare and other sectorswhere engines of selection and dissemination of resistant traits occur appears primordial to address the threat. Thepresent transversal descriptive survey was conducted in four poultry farms in the Bamboutos Division (West-Cameroon) on common farming practices and bacterial susceptibility/resistance trends to antibiotics. Informationon farm’ management were collected with a questionnaire prior to biological specimens that were subjected tolaboratory screening according to standard guidelines in the “Université des Montagnes” Teaching HospitalLaboratory of Microbiology. Primarily, the survey focused on fluoroquinolones, beta-lactam and cyclins in thetarget farms. All farmers recognized the importance of antibacterial drugs in preventing and controlling infectiousdiseases in animal husbandry and acknowledged that their inappropriate use could negatively affect theireffectiveness. Data analysis from the 471 isolates recovered revealed highest isolation rates of Gram-positivebacteria, overwhelmed by coagulase-negative Staphylococcus (59.3%), while in Gram-negative bacteria (40.7%),Proteus predominated. Resistance rates were largely above 50% for most drugs tested. Overall, the high ratesobserved with resistance against fluoroquinolones, beta-lactams and cyclins represent reliable motives forincentive policies aiming at addressing antibacterial resistance in Cameroon. Mapping resources, potential threatsand prioritizing actions appear primordial to bring the threat under control, built on assets like the humanresources that could undergo easy training based on their academic background.

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