The Federation of Veterinarians of Europe has just published an infographic on the new legislation on veterinary medicines.
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European law on veterinary medicines: what’s new?
In a survey of more than a thousand pork kidney samples, none were found to have veterinary drugs at levels that even approached close to U.S. regulatory limits.USA: Pork essentially free of veterinary drug residues
How the anti-inflammatory drugs given to sows affect the piglets
Assessment of a study, by Enric de Marco, on the use of anti-inflammatory drugs in sows at farrowing in order to reduce piglet mortality and increase the weight of piglets at weaning.
EFSA’s data includes compliance rates with EU residue limits, for a range of veterinary medicines, unauthorised substances and contaminants found in animals and animal-derived food.UE: Recent data on veterinary drug residues in animals and food
The Presidency reported to the Agriculture and Fisheries Council on the progress achieved during the second half of 2015 on two proposals considered as a package on 'Animal medicines'.EU: Progress on proposals considered as a package on Animal Medicines
The percentage of non-compliant targeted samples (0.31 %) was comparable to the previous six years (0.25–0.34 %).European veterinary drug residue data for 2013 stable
Bill will make it legal for veterinarians to transport and use controlled substances beyond their primary places of registration and across state lines to treat their animal patients.House and Congress passes the Veterinary Medicine Mobility Act
The appropriate dose of orally administered ketoprofen in pigs in this model is 2 mg/kg.Dose-response of oral ketoprofen in pigs challenged with E. coli endot