Objectives: This study was carried out to provide safe seafood to the public through simultaneous analysis rapid inspections for residual veterinary drugs in 150 fishery products in 2016. Methods: Quinolones (9), Sulfonamides (14), Penicillins (2), Cephalosporins (3), Tetracyclines (4), Macrolides (4), Lincosamides (2), Pleuromutilin (1), Phenicols (4), benzylpyrimidines (2), Others (1) Malachite green (2), and Melamine (1) were analyzed for 49 species using by HPLC and HPLC-MSMS. Results: There were six unsuitable samples, five among fish and one for crustaceans. Within the standard detection were five fish. The antibiotics found were Quinolones (50%), Tetracyclines (33%) and Penicillins (17%). Conclusions: As a result of the experiment, there were six unsuitable samples, five for fish and one for crustaceans. The most prevalent antibiotics were Quinolones. The quinolone antibiotics are highly persistent in fish tissues, so they require more time than the withdrawal period for other common veterinary drugs. Careful attention is required when they are used in fish farms.
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