Bovis ISSN 2398-2993

What is Bovis?

Vetlexicon Bovis is the ultimate clinical information resource about the veterinary care of cattle for farm veterinarians/practices. It provides evidence based point of care information, hundreds of articles, images, videos and sounds, surgical and diagnostic techniques, a vast library of Farmer Factsheets and much much more. All the information is designed to optimise your individual and practice time and confidence and naturally support your clinical protocols.

Bovis complements Vetstream's existing Vetlexicon services: Canis, Felis, Lapis, Exotis and Equis.

 

Why do you need Bovis?

Vetlexicon is the world's largest peer-reviewed online clinical resource and with over 2,400 components in Bovis alone devised over 35 categories, covering everything from Biosecurity & zoonoses, to Herd Health, Husbandry & welfare, Internal medicine, Surgery, Udder health and much more. Having this information at your fingertips 24/7 not only saves your practice time and money by speeding up critical decision making, it improves client communications, trust and retention and therefore increases revenue!

 

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In light of the enhanced precautions on social distancing we must take as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) has relaxed the enforcement of specific provisions of the Veterinary Medicines Regulations (VMR)...

09/04/2020

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The University of Glasgow is leading a new study, in partnership with Samaritans and SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health), into the mental health and wellbeing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in adults across the UK...

09/04/2020

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Debes Christiansen adapted his salmon-testing lab to test for disease among humans...

08/04/2020

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The UK Government has published updated information as to the availability of various intramammary antibiotic treatments for lactating cows...

08/04/2020


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