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Consistent implementation of the residue monitoring plan for consumer health protection

Mr.sc. Sanin Tanković, dr.vet.med. ; med.; Vedrana Jelušić, dr.vet.med., Ured za veterinarstvo BiH, Sarajevo, BiH;
Brankica Šekarić, dr.vet.med. ; Republička uprava za inspekcijske poslove, Istočno Sarajevo,
Nina Bilandžić, dipl.ing.biotehnol. ; Laboratorij za određivanje rezidua, Hrvatski veterinarski institut, Zagreb, Hrvatska;
prof.dr. Muhamed Smajlović ; Veterinarski fakultet Univerziteta u Sarajevu, Sarajevo, BiH


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In order to protect consumer health and to create conditions for the trade of live animals and animal products with the European
Union, and with third countries wishing to trade these kind of products with the European Union, there is legal obligation to monitor
and control plans. Residues are pharmacologically active substances, which may remain in live animals and animal products, and
which may be suspected or proven to be harmful to human health. The implementation of the monitoring plan for residues ensures
a systematic method for revealing the possible presence of illegal drugs or certain substances above permissible limits in live animals
and animal products. Once residues are detected in samples submitted for laboratory testing, the competent inspection authorities
are required to implement all the necessary follow-up measures in order to determine the causes and origins of illegal drugs, or the
reasons that led to exceeding the maximum allowable amount in foods of animal origin intended for human consumption. This paper
describes a follow-up procedure conducted after the detection of coccidiostats in table eggs from farm hens.

Ključne riječi

Residues, plan, follow-up, coccidiostats

Hrčak ID:

132400

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/132400

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