New global recommendations on occupational health; The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) will present Breeding and Direct Zoonotic Diseases, as well as an updated set of highly regarded vaccine guidelines, during the WSAVA World Congress 2023. The event will take place in Lisbon, Portugal from 27 to 29 September 2023. KellyMed will attend this congress and exhibit our infusion pump, syringe pump, feeding pump and some nutrition consumables.
WSAVA’s peer-reviewed global guidelines are developed by experts from WSAVA clinical committees to highlight best practice and establish minimum standards in key areas of veterinary practice. They are free to WSAVA members, designed for working veterinarians worldwide, and are the most downloaded educational resources.
The new Global Occupational Health Guidelines were developed by the WSAVA Occupational Health Group to provide a set of evidence-based, easy-to-use tools and other resources to support veterinary health and meet the diverse regional, economic and cultural needs of WSAVA members. worldwide.
The Reproductive Management Guidelines were developed by the WSAVA Reproductive Management Committee to help its members make science-based choices regarding the reproductive management of patients while ensuring animal welfare and supporting the human-animal relationship.
New guidelines on direct zoonoses from the WSAVA Joint Health Committee provide global advice on how to avoid human illness from direct contact with small domestic animals and their sources of infection. Regional recommendations are expected to be followed.
The new vaccination guidance is a comprehensive update of the existing guidance and contains a number of new chapters and content sections.
All new global recommendations will be submitted for peer review to the Journal of Small Animal Practice, the official scientific journal of WSAVA.
WSAVA launches updated set of global pain management guidelines in 2022. Guidelines in other areas, including nutrition and dentistry, are also available for free download from the WSAVA website.
“Standards of veterinary care for pets vary throughout the world,” said WSAVA President Dr. Ellen van Nierop.
“WSAVA’s global guidelines help address this disparity by providing tiered protocols, tools and other guidance to support veterinary team members wherever they are in the world.”
Post time: Sep-11-2023