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Dogs and Cats have different blood make-ups and need a specifically calibrated device for glucose monitoring to manage diabetes.
A proposed FDA guidance could significantly impact veterinary practices and their ability to compound medicines for animal patients, according to a national survey.1
These health care professionals should receive education on how to prevent opioid misuse.
Pharmacists should not make assumptions about what a veterinarian intended on a prescription.
The CDC is currently investigating an outbreak of Salmonella infections linked to raw turkey products.
Veterinary pharmacy is a difficult field. Pharmacists must judge if the prescribed dose is appropriate for the pet, based upon age, gender, species, and indication.
Medication use in horse racing has become a hot topic across the country.
It is important to work collaboratively with veterinarians, particularly in those areas where they may be out of certain medications for their patients.
Few students when they graduate from pharmacy school have had little exposure to veterinary medications.
Have you ever wondered what role pharmacists can play in treating animals?