Equine Veterinary Journal paper selected as "most clinically relevant" for this month
11 January 2016
A paper written by Postgraduate student Sarah Ross of the School of Veterinary Sciences has been selected by the EVJ clinical Reviewer as one of the most clinically relevant to appear on EVJs Early view section this month.
As a result, a synopsis of the article will be circulated to equine practitioners via BEVA’s e-News and also sent to other organisations such as AAEP. A link to the article appears below and the article is free to all users online for the next 8 weeks. This is a great achievement.
Ross, S. E., Duz, M. and Rendle, D. I. (2015)
Antimicrobial selection and dosing in the treatment of wounds in the United Kingdom.
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