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September 16, 2008

Compounding: Stay afloat in the muddy regulatory waters

Compounding drugs for animal patients is regulated by 50 different state boards of pharmacy and murky federal laws. Although compounded drugs are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), they are allowed when approved drugs are not available or suitable for the intended use. Veterinarians should remember a few key things in order to stay safe and on the right side of the law. Potency, safety, efficacy and bioavailability are not guaranteedCompounding from bulk chemicals is in a “regulatory void”Compounds may only be distributed to the patient for which they were prescribedCompounding to make a cheaper version of an approved drug that already exists is illegal Use a PCAB-accredited compounding pharmacy when possible

The Economics of Laser Therapy: A Personal Look at the Value of Therapeutic Lasers

Therapeutic lasers, or cold lasers, are a big investment, and several questions need to be considered if you are planning to purchase one. Or maybe you already have a laser and the monthly payments are not being covered by the money that is coming in from utilizing it. Perhaps your laser is paid for and gathering dust. No matter what group you are in, this article will address these issues and help inform your decision either to buy a laser (or not) or to dust off the laser you have and give it one more try.

Inside AAHA: June 2020

Cheryl Smith, CVPM, a director on the AAHA board, discusses the humanity in veterinary medicine in this time of social distancing. Other Inside AAHA content includes: Dear AAHA addresses an overheating technician; the hidden benefits of AAHA membership; and an obituary of Ray Pahle, AAHA past president.

Notebook: September 2020

News briefs from across the industry and beyond. This month’s topics include: personality isn’t permanent, identifying burnout at work, dogs can detect heat with their noses, pig ears and Salmonella risk, why cats are better at surviving snakebites, canine and human brain cancer similarities, and racial equity in action.

Marketing Through the Pandemic: Tips for Reaching Clients During COVID-19

In the face of a global pandemic, animal hospitals across the country acted quickly to implement strategies to stay connected with clients, inform pet parents, and provide safe ways to treat patients. The most successful were able to leverage these strategies to keep clients engaged and coming back.

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