Veterinary Drug Residue

National Veterinary Drug Residue Monitoring Program


The National Veterinary Drug Residue Monitoring Program was created by virtue of DA-Administrative Order No. 14 s. 2006 wherein NMIS was tasked to analyse meat samples, urine and edible tissues for the presence of any banned and/or regulated drugs.


Quarterly Monitoring of Antibiotics

Registered families of antimicrobials - beta-lactams, tetracyclines, sulfonamides, aminoglycosides, quinolones, and macrolides, are examined from samples submitted from accredited meat establishments.

 

Unannounced Monitoring of Banned Drugs

Banned veterinary drugs such as Beta-Agonist, Chloramphenicol, Nitrofuran and Corticosteriod are monitored biannually. These are examined through a quantitative screening test using Elisa Method.

 

Attachments:
Download this file (AO.14.2006.pdf)AO.14.2006.pdf[ ]78 Kb
Download this file (AO.24.2009.pdf)AO.24.2009.pdf[ ]227 Kb