In this issue – May 2013 : Susceptibility to ticarcillin–clavulanic acid · Live weight gain and incisor eruption · Body condition score as useful as ultrasound · Leptospirosis in Queensland horses · Epistaxis and racing bans · Complications of intramuscular injections · Temporohyoid osteoarthropathy
In vitro susceptibilities of feline and canine Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas spp. isolates to ticarcillin and ticarcillin–clavulanic acid
Eruption of first permanent incisors and live weight gain in grazing yearling Angora goats
Relationship between body condition score and ultrasound measurement of backfat thickness in multiparous Holstein dairy cows at different production phases
Small animal neurological emergencies
Equine leptospirosis in tropical Northern Queensland
The consulting veterinary nurse
Epistaxis in racehorses: risk factors and effects on career
Advances in equine laparoscopy
Clostridial myonecrosis, haemolytic anaemia, hepatopathy, osteitis and transient hypertrophic cardiomyopathy after intramuscular injection in a Thoroughbred gelding
Temporohyoid osteoarthropathy in two young horses
Polite Pets Month campaign a resounding success
Standard pay and conditions for private vets in emergency response
Wins for unwanted pets and dangerous dogs in NSW
Policy, advocacy and future workforce planning for the profession
New hope of vaccine for Devil Facial Tumour Disease
Inaugural workforce survey results with plenty more to be done
Economics of the veterinary profession in Australia - veterinary education
AVA PetPEP provides resources to India
Apology to Jurox
New website to drive farm biosecurity message
New animal welfare projects get the green light
What can we do to retain vets in rural practice?
VERA off to a strong start
Remote work a great reward for Emma
International Canine Health Award winners improving human and canine health
It's nearly here! Why not add a workshop or field trip to Annual Conference?
Transfer of business
The veterinary degree - a traveler's companion