Friday, April 19, 2019

 Customize Your VIN Veterinary Drug Handbook

You asked, and the VIN Wizards created!  Now you can set your VVDH viewing preferences using MyVIN.

To have VVDH drug monographs open the way you prefer, select from:
  • VIN Default: Displays Warnings and Notifications, Doses, and References sections only. All other sections can be expanded/collapsed manually.
  • Expand/show all sections: Every section of the VVDH open.
  • Collapse/hide all sections: Every section of the VVDH closed. Open the sections you wish to see manually as needed.
Don't forget to use the handy section navigation tool along the top right edge of each monograph.

The VVDH is a VIN Community project. It will grow, continually update, and become better through input from VINners like you. Your feedback and input are needed and encouraged. Join the conversation or send feedback with comments, corrections, and suggestions.


Sunday, April 21

Some VINners will be celebrating Easter.


Anesthetic Management of Diaphragmatic Hernia Repair

Thursday, April 25, 9 p.m. ET
(Friday, April 26, 1 a.m. GMT)
Presented by Dianna Ovbey, DVM, ACVAA
Attend the live session to earn one hour FREE CE credit.
Watch/Read Recent Rounds
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So Many Conferences, Just One You

VIN partners with many conferences to provide attendees with onsite access to e-mail, social media, proceedings, and conference surveys/evaluations.

Nothing replaces the learning experience of attending the conference. But, unless you've figured out how to clone yourself, you're probably not able to attend every veterinary conference out there.

Browse proceedings from veterinary conferences from all over the world, by name or year, in the VIN Library

Bill would let California veterinarians recommend cannabis 

Practitioners currently may only 'discuss' its use
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Website of the Week
Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians

Abstract of the Week
Evaluation of Five Pulicides to Suppress Fleas on Black-Tailed Prairie Dogs: Encouraging Long-Term Results with Systemic 0.005% Fipronil
Dx Challenge
Zoonotic Case 198 - Opened 4/15

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