Top 5 Articles for August 2018
American Veterinarian Editorial Staff
Did you miss any important veterinary medicine news last month? These were the 5 most popular articles from August.
Results from a pharmacokinetic and safety study of the first cannabinoid-based pain medication have been positive, and the next phase of the study is set to begin.
The FDA continues to investigate the possible link between grain-free diets and heart disease in dogs. In the meantime, the agency has provided answers to some
Centragard, which prevents infection with heartworms, roundworms, hookworms, and tapeworms in cats and kittens, is now available.
A host of effective modalities are available for alleviating discomfort and improving mobility in dogs with degenerative joint disease.
The company does not anticipate that it will resume sales of injectable opioids to the veterinary market until mid-2019.