International Veterinary Information Service - IVIS
Southern European Veterinary Conference (SEVC) and Congreso Nacional de AVEPA

Become an IVIS member and get FREE access to the largest veterinary library on the Internet.

Sep. 2014 in Cape Town, South Africa - WSAVA
Oct. 2014 in Barcelona, Spain - SEVC
Nov. 2014 in Atlanta, USA - ACVP
Dec. 2014 in Salt Lake City, USA - AAEP
Jan. 2015 in Hawaii, USA - AAEP
Feb. 2015 in Sabah, Malaysia - EURASIA
Mar. 2015 in Brugge , Belgium - EEHNC
Apr. 2015 in Amsterdam, Netherlands - EVC

On-line CoursesOn-demand - VMT - Building a Superior Client Service Team - This 8-week course provides a thorough and very informative introduction to the role of the veterinary receptionist. It is important for every team member, regardless of position, ... More info. View the on-line courses catalogue.

See the selected captions for the cartoon featured in August. Click on the image to enlarge. Compose a caption for the cartoon below and submit your entry. Captions will be accepted until Sep. 30th. Click on the image to enlarge. Meet the cartoonist.

Reproduced in IVIS with the permission of Dr. Miroslav Pavlícek. All rights reserved©

image of the weekTapirs spend a great deal of time in the water to keep cool. From: Capture and Immobilization of Free-living Baird’s Tapirs (Tapirus bairdii) for an Ecological Study in Corcovado National Park, Costa Rica by Hernandez-Divers S.M. and Foerster C.R. In: Heard D. (Ed.), Zoological Restraint and Anesthesia.

Suggested ReadingSmall Animal Dermatology: Every week, IVIS brings together reviews, in-depth and how-to papers available in the IVIS Books and Proceedings Library.

Porcine. In: American Journal of Veterinary Research. PubMed is a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine. To check an alternative animal group or journal for recent publications, use our Quick-Links to PubMed Abstracts.

Review of the Epidemiology and Ecology of Rhodococcus equiG. Muscatello, J.M. Lowe, M.L. Flash, et al.

Fluid and Electrolyte Balance by J.E. Madigan

Daily Nursing Care by J.E. Madigan

Ureteral Ectopia by M.A. McLoughlin

Feline Lower Urinary Tract Diseases by C.A. Osborne, J.M. Kruger, J.P. Lulich

International Symposium & Conference on Lameness in Ruminants - 2013 - Bristol, UK. View table of contents

European College of Veterinary Surgeons Annual Scientific Meeting (ECVS) - 2014 - Copenhagen, Denmark. View table of contents

Latin American Veterinary Conference (LAVC) - 2014 - Lima, Peru. View table of contents

European Equine Health & Nutrition Congress (EEHNC) - 2013 - Ghent, Belgium View table of contents

Meet the AuthorT.L. Blanchard, DVM MS Dipl ACT, College Station, TX, USA. Transported Equine Semen by S.P. Brinsko, D.D. Varner, T.L. Blanchard. Other publications by T.L. Blanchard.

The current IVIS TOP 40 includes this article: Neurological Examination by A.A. De Lahunta. In: Vite C.H. (Ed.). Braund's Clinical Neurology in Small Animals: Localization, Diagnosis and Treatment.
View the TOP 40 list.

Neurological Examination. A. De Lahunta. In: In: Braund's Clinical Neurology in Small Animals: Localization, Diagnosis and Treatment, Vite C.H. (Ed.).

Megacolon . A. Zalcman and R. M. Bright. In: Mechanisms of Disease in Small Animal Surgery, Bojrab M.J. and Monnet E. (Eds.).

Follicular Dynamics in Female Buffaloes. M.K. Awasthi. In: Bubaline Theriogenology, Purohit G.N. and Borghese A. (Eds.).

Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease. Today’s Center for Food Safety and Public Health's Factsheet covers the etiology, symptoms, treatment, and prevention of Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease. Visit our Factsheet Index to access related images or other Factsheets. For "Fast Facts", clients handouts, more, visit the CFSPH.

They named it Ovation from the Latin ovis—Plutarch (46-120 AD), Greek essayist, biographer

USPBromide. From the USP Veterinary Pharmaceutical Information Monographs.

Maxwell H.Gluck Equine Research CenterPolymerase Chain Reaction: Benefits and Drawbacks. From the Maxwell H.Gluck Equine Research Center, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, USA.

International Veterinary Information Service (IVIS) is a not-for-profit organization established to provide information to veterinarians, veterinary students, technicians and animal health professionals worldwide using Internet technology. The IVIS website provides free access to original, up-to-date publications organized in electronic books each edited by highly qualified editors, proceedings of veterinary meetings, journals, short courses, an international calendar of veterinary events and much more, with the help of private and corporate sponsors.

Disclaimer | Privacy Policy

This web site is optimized for display settings of 1024 by 768 pixels and is best viewed with Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer 11, Firefox 30, or Safari 7.