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Without immediate action, a new National Research Council report warns, the academic veterinary community could fail to prepare the next generation of veterinarians for faculty teaching and research positions as well as for jobs in state diagnostic laboratories, federal research and regulatory agencies, and the pharmaceutical and biologics industry.
Training basic surgical techniques on toy animals before having to perform operations on living animals makes veterinary students much less anxious.
When budgets are tight, refurbished medical equipment can provide a significant cost savings without sacrificing quality of service.
PHOENIX, Aug. 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Veterinarians at the Phoenix Zoo welcomed the help of the Associate Chief of Cardiovascular Surgery at St. Joseph's Heart & Lung Institute, Dr. Brian deGuzman, to perform a delicate surgery on the oldest mandrill in the United States.
SHAWNEE, Kan., July 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- While much has been reported about an end to the ongoing recession in the U.S., the impact is still being felt in the veterinary community.
University teaching hospitals across the globe are relying on Ross Groupâ€™s Universal Veterinary Information System for electronic medical records. Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) July 06, 2011 Ross Group Inc (RGI) announced final contract award of the Universal Veterinary Information System (UVIS) with the University of Pretoria located in South Africa.
Erin Bradford will assist Spanish-speaking vets around the world. Louisville, KY (PRWEB) June 12, 2011 DRE Veterinary has named Erin Bradford its Bilingual Veterinary Sales Representative, the companyâ€™s first Spanish-speaking veterinary equipment specialist. Bradford, a certified international shipping expert, is available to assist Spanish-speaking veterinarians in the United States and Latin America with their equipment needs.
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