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FDA locks up compounded drugs

U.S. Marshals execute seizure warrant
Sep 1, 2004

LEXINGTON, KY.—The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky issued a seizure warrant Aug. 11 at the request of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for various compounded drug products at BET Pharm LLC, in Lexington, Ky.

Beastly Bug Rounds educates on rare disease

AVMA seminar highlights concern for canines in southern climate
Sep 1, 2004

PHILADELPHIA—The 141st American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) convention showcased Beastly Bug Rounds, the title given to a session conducted by Joseph Taboada, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, School of Veterinary Medicine, Louisiana State University.

Practice Act's major bullet points

Aug 1, 2004

The act as a whole applies only to veterinarians and veterinary technicians

Tell clients to bite into 'Catkins' diet to battle obesity, expert advises

Aug 1, 2004

Veterinarians should chart the progression a cat may experience while on the diet.

WSU first to implant cardiac defibrillator in canine

Aug 1, 2004

Pullman, Wash-More than a year after the first cardiac defibrillator was implanted in a canine, Honus the now 3-year-old Boxer, is doing well.

Vesicular stomatitis outbreak heats up in three Southwest states

Aug 1, 2004

The viral disease is transmitted through phlebotomine sand flies and black flies.

Veterinary cardiologist develops lifesaving procedure

Tachycardia in canines may not mean reduced quality of life
Aug 1, 2004

CINCINNATI — Tachycardic dogs are no longer sentenced to a compromised life of medication and limitation. A breakthrough procedure, called ablation therapy, removes abnormal pathways and the need for drugs.

Malpractice disclosure triggers standoff

Aug 1, 2004

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Late legislative maneuvering stymied a South Carolina bill that would make complaints against veterinarians' public record.

Ariz. board tweaks rabies rules to spur involvement

Jul 1, 2004

Phoenix-recording vitals before administering a rabies vaccine has been omitted from veterinarians' regimen in a change of rules passed by the Arizona State Veterinary Medical Examiners Board.


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