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By: Ian Ramsey(Editor)
Celebrating its twentieth anniversary, the BSAVA Small Animal Formulary remains the indispensable guide to drugs used in veterinary practice. This edition has been fully revised and updated by an editorial panel of experts. As with previous editions, a number of new drug monographs have been added, including cetirizine, cisapride, moxifloxacin and torasemide, whilst those drugs no longer authorized for use in veterinary practice have been removed. The inclusion of examples of immunosuppressive protocols in the Appendix enhances the complementary information provided in the Formulary.
"[...] However, this formulary would be a useful addition to the library of anyone with an interest in international pharmacology."
– Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 15 March 2015
Preface to the eighth edition
Notes on the monographs
The prescribing cascade
Drug storage and dispensing
Health and safety in dispensing
Drug listings and monographs (listed A–Z by generic name)
Appendix I: general information
Writing a prescription
Guidelines for responsible antibacterial use
Radiographic contrast agents: MRI
Dosing small and exotic animals
Composition of intravenous fluids
Safety and handling of chemotherapeutic agents
Body weight to body surface area conversion tables
Drugs usage in renal and hepatic insufficiency
Suspected Adverse Reaction Surveillance Scheme
Further reading and useful websites
Appendix II: protocols
Chemotherapy protocols for lymphoma
Sedative combinations for dogs
Sedative combinations for cats
Sedative combinations for exotic pets
Index: therapeutic class
Index: generic and trade names
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