TVM set to launch new licensed treatment for corneal ulcers

TVM is launching a new eye drop this month to support treatment of corneal ulcers in dogs and cats. The company said its new ophthalmology product Stromease is a “ready-to-use, anti-collagenase eye drop, indicated for the supportive treatment of corneal ulcers in dogs and cats”. Corneal ulcers are a common occurrence, with a number of … Read more

Farm animal respiratory pathology the theme for June conference

Tickets are on sale now for the British Society of Veterinary Pathology Summer Conference, with this year focus on respiratory pathology. Jeff Caswell, professor at the University of Guelph, will be the keynote speaker, and lead sessions including a Mycoplasma bovis update and overviews of ovine, small ruminant and pig respiratory disease. Chris Cousens and … Read more

Facing up to impostor syndrome: will the real me please stand up?

While impostor syndrome resonates with lots of people across many professions, it can be more prevalent among high-achieving, self-pressurising individuals. These traits are commonplace among veterinary practitioners – and many experience that feeling of being an impostor. You can hear it in the words and phrases that we choose – for example, “I was just … Read more

Cambridge vet school trust’s hospital donations top £ 1m

Donations through a charity trust to fund equipment at The Queen’s Veterinary School Hospital (QVSH) have now exceeded the. 1 million mark. Fund-raising and donations to the University of Cambridge Veterinary School Trust (Camvet) has paid for equipment including syringe drivers to continuously deliver IV medicines, an ultrasonic cleaner for surgical equipment and equine positioning … Read more