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Les médicaments vétérinaires en Europe

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EMA 10/05/17 European Medicines Agency’s (EMA) 2016 annual report. EMA 2016 annual report published The European Medicines Agency’s (EMA) 2016 annual report published today focuses on the Agency’s key achievements in the areas of medicine evaluation, support to research and development of new and innovative treatments and the safety monitoring of medicines in real life.

EMA 10/05/17 European Medicines Agency’s (EMA) 2016 annual report

In 2016, the Agency recommended a marketing authorisation for 81 medicines for human use, including 27 new active substances. Many of these innovative substances build on the advances made in biomedical science and have the potential to make a difference for patients. On the veterinary side, 11 medicines were recommended for approval, including six new active substances. A third of these medicines prevent viral or bacterial infections in food-producing animals. Approximately half of the applicants who were granted a positive opinion for their medicine had received scientific advice from EMA during the development phase of their product.

PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-005882-16 Marketing authorisation for veterinary drugs. EMA - MAI 2016 - Committee for Medicinal Products for Veterinary Use - Reflection paper on non-spontaneous adverse event reports (peer-reviewed literature, internet and social media) RIKILT - WAGENINGEN - 2012 - Veterinary drugs and growth promoting agents in animal products - Annual report 2012. AFSCA - JUILLET 2013 - LABINFO - Au sommaire: Contrôle de la qualité des réactifs vétérinaires (ELISA et PCR en temps réel) destinés aux laboratoires de diagnostic. DEFRA VMD - Veterinary Medicines Directorate - Annual Report & Accounts 2013/14. EFSA 18/11/15 Veterinary drug residue data for 2013 stable. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question P-010707-15 Veterinary medicinal product concerns. EFSA 31/03/15 Sample-based data model extended to veterinary drug residues. Nouvelle31 mars 2015 EFSA is extending the use of its harmonised sample-based data reporting model to the collection of data on veterinary medicinal product residues in animals and animal products.

EFSA 31/03/15 Sample-based data model extended to veterinary drug residues

Sample-based reporting using standardised description elements is already used to collect occurrence data from Member States in areas such as food additives, chemical contaminants, pesticide residues and antimicrobial resistance. Monitoring data on veterinary medicinal product (VMP) residues are currently submitted annually in an aggregated format to a database maintained by the European Commission. EFSA then examines the data and presents the results in annual reports. However, aggregation does not lend itself to complex statistical analysis and is of limited value for quantitative exposure and risk assessments.

As with the other areas, providers will be asked to submit data through EFSA’s web-based Data Collection Framework (DCF). 2012 - Les médicaments dans l’exploitation agricole - vade-mecum pour l'éleveur.

Les médicaments vétérinaires en France

CONFFIDENCE 16/05/12 CONffIDENCE cluster workshop - Work Packages 2a & 2b: Detection, analysis and control of veterinary pharmac. Detection, analysis and control of veterinary pharmaceuticals in food and feed. 16 May 2012 In the frame of the FP7 CONffIDENCE (CONtaminants in Food and Feed: Inexpensive DetectioN for Control of Exposure) project, a half day workshop entitled "Detection, analysis and control of veterinary pharmaceuticals in food and feed" was held following the EURORESIDUE VII Conference, at Hotel Zuiderduin, Egmond aan Zee, the Netherlands.

CONFFIDENCE 16/05/12 CONffIDENCE cluster workshop - Work Packages 2a & 2b: Detection, analysis and control of veterinary pharmac

During the CONffIDENCE workshop, results were presented through 3 lectures, 5 posters and demonstration activities. Opportunities for discussions on the presented project activities with stakeholders were available. Approximately 20 participants attended to the workshop. Programme CONffIDENCE Cluster 2 workshop L1: General overview work packages 2a & 2b. CONFEDERATION SUISSE 07/09/10 Baisse des quantités d’antibiotiques vendues en médecine vétérinaire en 2009 par rapport aux année. Les antibiotiques les plus vendus en Suisse sont les sulfamidés (42 %), suivis par les tétracyclines (23 %) et les pénicillines (19 %).

CONFEDERATION SUISSE 07/09/10 Baisse des quantités d’antibiotiques vendues en médecine vétérinaire en 2009 par rapport aux année

Quant à la baisse de la quantité totale d’antibiotiques vendus l’année dernière, elle s’explique essentiellement par le recul des tétracyclines (-1140 kg) et des pénicillines (-715 kg). Si l’on met en regard ces quantités vendues et la population d’animaux de rente concernée, on s’aperçoit que la quantité de principes actifs antimicrobiens vendus en Suisse (70 789 kg) se situe dans la moyenne européenne (env. 90 mg/kg). THESE DE L'ECOLE VETERINAIRE DE LYON - 2008 - La réglementation européenne du médicament vétérinaire. JOUE 22/01/10 Communication de la Commission — Lignes directrices concernant les caractéristiques des différentes catégories de.

CIRAD/AQUATROP 19/03/09 La législation française et européenne sur les résidus et les substances médicamenteuses chez le poisson. EUDRALEX - Volume 5 - Pharmaceutical legislation : Veterinary Medicinal Products. France 2005-7506 Control of residues and contaminants in live animals and animal products, including controls on veterinary medi.

DG SANCO 08/09/10 food safety - Food and Veterinary Office - Inspection reportsFR France - Control of residues and contaminan. EUROPE 19/02/03 Questions et réponses concernant les résidus et les contaminants dans les denrées alimentaires. EUROPE - Résidus de médicaments vétérinaires dans les aliments d'origine animale. Archives Règlement (CEE) n° 2377/90 du Conseil du 26 juin 1990 établissant une procédure communautaire pour la fixation des limites maximales de résidus de médicaments vétérinaires dans les aliments d'origine animale [Voir actes modificatifs].

EUROPE - Résidus de médicaments vétérinaires dans les aliments d'origine animale

En raison de l'incidence que peuvent avoir les substances contenues dans les médicaments vétérinaires destinés à des animaux producteurs d'aliments, le présent règlement classifie ces substances. Il détermine avant tout les résidus de médicaments vétérinaires * admissibles ou non dans les aliments d'origine animale ainsi que la teneur de ces résidus lorsqu'ils sont admissibles.

En bref, il fixe des limites maximales de ces résidus dans les aliments d'origine animale. Ainsi, les substances pharmacologiquement actives utilisées dans les médicaments vétérinaires sont classées en quatre catégories conformément au besoin de protection de la santé publique, à savoir: ) n'a qu'une valeur documentaire. EUROPE - Médicaments vétérinaires.

Food Safety - Chemical Safety of Food - Residues of Veterinary Medicinal Products - Community Reference Laboratories. Requires javascript EU Reference Laboratories The EU's network of laboratories for the control of residues includes: EU Reference Laboratories (EU-RLs) designated by the Commission; National Reference Laboratories (NRLs) designated by each EU-countries; Official control laboratories under the responsibility of EU-countries.

Food Safety - Chemical Safety of Food - Residues of Veterinary Medicinal Products - Community Reference Laboratories

EU and national reference laboratories contribute to high quality and uniformity of analytical results. Regulation establishing EU-RLs Functions Provide analytical and reference methods to NRLs; Coordinate the application by NRLs of the methods referred to in (a) through comparative testing and follow-up according to internationally accepted protocols; Conduct training for NRL staff and experts from developing countries; Provide the Commission with scientific and technical assistance, especially when EU-countries contest analyses results; Collaborate with laboratories that analyse feed and food in non-EU countries. Food Safety - Chemical Safety of Food - Residues of Veterinary Medicinal Products - Community Reference Laboratories.

Ema.europa. REGLEMENT (CE) N° 470/2009 DU PARLEMENT EUROPEEN ET DU CONSEIL du 6 mai 2009 établissant des procédures communautaires pour la f.