BSAVA Guide to the Use of Veterinary Medicines

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  • Edited by: Fred Nind and Pam Mosedale
  • Format: PDF and HTML
  • Publication Date: October 2019
  • e-Book ISBN 978-1-905319-86-2

The BSAVA Guide to the Use of Veterinary Medicines has been created by experts in medicine and dispensing regulations and is designed to help you navigate the minefield of issues, changes and regulations, and also to promote best practice. The Guide is freely available to the veterinary profession and is updated regularly.

Last updated: October 2019

Jonathan Cracknell’s darting manual is available to BSAVA members only.

The Veterinary Medicines Directorate supports this Guide to the Use of Veterinary Medicines written and published by the BSAVA.

Note: While the editors update the Guide regularly to take into account changes in the UK’s veterinary medicines legislation, it is not possible for us to update the Guide to take into account every change which may take place from time to time. As such, please do not depend in particular on material that you have taken from these pages months or years ago. You should ensure that you also use an independent source to verify that the materials in the Guide are correct prior to relying on them. In addition, the expertise of the BSAVA is in small animals and the Guide should not be used for authoritative advice on veterinary medicine use in horses or food-producing species. While the editors and the BSAVA have made every effort in preparing the materials included in the Guide to ensure that they are correct, any statements made as to the legal and other implications of using any medicines are made in good faith purely for general guidance and cannot be regarded as a substitute for professional advice. Consequently, no liability can be accepted for loss or expense incurred (by you or persons that you disseminate the materials to) as a result of relying in particular circumstances on statements made in the Guide. If you spot any errors or omissions, or have any further comments on the Guide, please contact [email protected]

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