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Critically Important Antibiotics- comparison table WHO, OIE and AMEG

Authors:
  • Federation of Veterinarians of Europe

Abstract

This figure gives a visual overview on the antibiotics classified by both the World Health Organisation (WHO), the World Animal Health Organisation (OIE) and the European Medicines Agency (AMEG) as critically important.
AMEG
OIE WHO
OIE
AMEG
Veterinary critically
Important
Antimicrobials (VCIA)
Veterinary Highly
Important
Antimicrobials (VHIA)
Veterinary Important
Antimicrobials (VIA)
N. De Briyne, 2019
No opinion
AMINOGLYCOSIDES
CEPHALOSPORINS
MACROLIDES AND KETOLIDES
PENICILLINS
POLYMYXINS
QUINOLONES
TETRACYCLINES
AMINOCYCLITOLS
AMINOPENICILLINS (with β-
lactamase inhibitors)
AMINOPENICILLINS (without β-
lactamase inhibitors)
AMPHENICOLS
ANSAMYCINS/RIFAMYCINS
CEPHALOSPORINS (1st and 2nd
Generation) + CEPHAMYCINS
LINCOSAMIDES
PENICILLINS (anti-staphylococcal)
PLEUROMUTILINS
STREPTOGRAMINS
SULFONAMIDES
1
st
2
nd
AMDINOPENICILLINS
CARBAPENEMS
GLYCOPEPTIDES
GLYCYLCYCLINES
LIPOPEPTIDES
MONOBACTAMS
NITROFURANTOINS
NITROIMIDAZOLES
PHOSPHONIC ACID DERIVATIVES
PSEUDOMONIC ACID
RIMINOFENAZINES
SULFONES
OXAZOLIDINONES
DRUGS USED SOLELY TO TREAT TUBERCULOSIS
OR OTHER MYCOBACTERIAL DISEASES
STEROID ANTIBACTERIALS (FUSIDIC
ACID)
IONOPHOREN
Critically important AB-
Highest Priority
Critically important AB-
High Priority
Highly important
antimicrobials
Important
antimicrobials
WHO
OIE
AMEG
Category A (“Avoid”)
*prohibited*
Category B (“Restrict”)
Category C (“Caution”)
Category D (“Prudence”)
Animal Use Human Use
AMEG OIE WHO
For CA only
For CA only
For CA only
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