A One Health issue… Antimicrobial residues in tissues and eggs of laying hens at Chittagong, Bangladesh International Journal of One Health, 2: 75-80 - Open access and peer reviewed journal on Human, Animal and Environmental health Research (Published online: December 10, 2016) “Conclusions: A high percentage of tissues and eggs that could be available for human consumption had antibiotic residues. This study suggests that poultry meat and eggs should not be circulated to markets until the end of the drug’s withdrawal period. It is also recommended to observe the withdrawal period of drugs before poultry slaughter or table egg distribution to avoid antimicrobial resistance and to inform both owners and consumers about the risks of antibiotic residues.” Abstract l PDF