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Veterinarians Fighting Reclassification Of Anesthesia Drug

Veterinarians are fighting a proposed reclassification of the drug ketamine by the World Health Organization (WHO), saying that additional international controls over the availability of the drug could make it difficult for them to use it in clinical practice. The WHO plans to discuss ketamine’s classification during a Nov. 16-20 meeting in Geneva and is […]

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FDA Acts To Address Shortage of Sterile Fluids In Equine Medicine

News stories about a shortage of sterile fluids for use in human medicine has made headlines on national media outlets in recent weeks, but the shortage has also spilled over into the veterinary world. Three- and five-liter units of fluid for use on large animals like horses have been difficult to find, and manufacturers have […]

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Vet who testified before Congress embroiled in legal battle

Sheila Lyons, the veterinarian whose July 12 testimony before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation was critical of current medication and veterinary practices in the horseracing industry, is engaged in a legal battle with the American Veterinary Medical Association and the board of directors of the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and […]

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NTRA: IS ANYONE HOME?

Dr. Patricia Hogan, an accomplished veterinary surgeon who operates Hogan Equine in New Jersey and oversees the Ruffian Equine Medical Center adjacent to Belmont Park, understands that public perception is reality when it comes to equine welfare issues. When the American Veterinary Medical Association and American Association of Equine Practitioners came out in support of […]

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