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The veterinary formulary. Handbook of medicines used in veterinary practice


, : The veterinary formulary. Handbook of medicines used in veterinary practice. The veterinary formulary Handbook of medicines used in veterinary practice (Ed. 2): xiv + 460 pp.

During the three years have elapsed since the first edition, the following drugs have been added: auranofin, baquiloprim, bisacodyl, carprofen, ceftiofur, diclazuril, enalapril, enrofloxacin, epirubicin, famotidine, fluorometholone, gamolinolenic acid, isoretinoin, lufenuron, meloxicam, mesalazine, midazolam, misoprostol, mitozantrone, nalbuphine, olsalazine, omeprazole, phenylpropanolamine, romifidine and tilmicosin. Substances withdrawn include chlorpyrifos, cyclopentolate and ecothiopate.

Accession: 002530910

DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2885.1995.tb00556.x

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