Michigan Veterinary Specialists' "Formulary: A Practical Guide for Drug Therapy in Dogs and Cats" now offers 1,834 references to the use of 917 drugs in its recently released fifth edition.
Michigan Veterinary Specialists' "Formulary: A Practical Guide forDrug Therapy in Dogs and Cats" now offers 1,834 references to the useof 917 drugs in its recently released fifth edition. The formulary, createdby Dr. Ned F. Kuehn, was based on a review of contemporary veterinary literature,and the uses and doses of the drugs listed in the formulary are those establishedby the specialists in the practice or recommended following a review ofcontemporary veterinary literature. Published by the North American Compendiums,Inc., the dog and cat formulary covers generics and recommended guidanceon use of human approved products. New to this edition is a product use/genericnames index, an alphabetical list to cross-reference uses with the genericname of the drug. Drugs are listed alphabetically by generic name. Recommendeddoses are provided for dogs and cats with reference to species where dosagesvary. Special sections include routine diagnostic tests, anesthetic agentsand recommended protocols, special procedures for diagnostic imaging andselected indices, formulas and ratios useful in laboratory diagnostics.In addition, generic name/brand name index offers listing of all genericand brand names of drugs appearing in the formulary.
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