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Issue : The Pharmaceutical Journal, May 2016, Vol 296, No 7889

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  • Concerns with the use of human medicines to treat pets Subscription

    24 MAR 2016 10:45 By Steven Kayne, Alison Pyatt

    A survey by a pet insurance company reported in the Veterinary Times highlights the problems associated with owners administering human over-the-counter (OTC) medicines to their animals.

  • Supervision of veterinary medicines sale Subscription

    7 MAR 2016 13:28 By Rob Morris

    Veterinary medicine is an important category in most community pharmacies, largely comprising flea and worm preparations for cats and dogs. Fipronil (Frontline, for instance) is the active ingredient contained in the most popular flea treatment and the Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD), which licenses and regulates all veterinary medicines, has categorised it as an NFA-VPS product. This means it can be prescribed and supplied by vets, pharmacists and suitably qualified persons ...

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