Felis offers comprehensive guide for feline medicine
Vetstream, Inc. just released Vetstream? Felis a comprehensive, peer-reviewed feline clinical information source.
Vetstream, Inc. just released Vetstream Felis a comprehensive, peer-reviewed feline clinical information source.Peer reviewed by more than 150 experts, the service includes diagnostic help, treatment selection, surgery techniques, aftercare information, drug dose rates, new product information and client information fact sheets, the company says.Dr. Robert Devlin, Vetstream's director of operations for the United States, says, "The Felis CD-ROM and Internet service are important releases. Clinical information is constantly changing and veterinarians need current feline specific information to make the best possible diagnosis and treatment. It will save them time and provide them with the tools they need to provide better service and better care for cats."Felis offers a wealth of advantages, the company says. It will meet all clinical information needs by allowing a veterinarian to use a single comprehensive source for the most up-to-date clinical information, review diagnostic procedures, select drugs with specific active ingredients, look for new treatments, and determine the pros and cons of a surgery. In addition, the user can enhance client services by providing owner-friendly information to clients and illustrate procedures, techniques and treatments, the company adds.Felis helps veterinarians obtain the best clinical information to help provide the highest quality care possible, the company says.The Canis Internet service, released last year, contains more than 6,000 regularly updated components encompassing diseases; bacteria, viruses and parasites; laboratory medicine; surgical and diagnostic techniques; and formularies, to name a few. Vetstream Canis is now available on CD-ROM in addition to the previously released Internet Canis service. Additionally, the service provides owner fact sheets which are convenient to retrieve and print for use during a pet/owner consultation. The Canis service's multi-media format combines text, photos, video and audio, which means that the information is available as veterinarians need it. Once veterinarians purchase the initial package, the materials are updated regularly on the Internet and/or quarterly on the CD.Vetstream introduced its Equis CD-ROM service in 2000.
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