As the world’s leading animal health company, Zoetis exists to nurture our world and humankind by advancing care for animals. With nearly 70 years of experience innovating a leading portfolio and pipeline of medicines, vaccines, diagnostics, and technologies, Zoetis stands by those caring for animals by providing solutions worldwide. For more information, visit www.zoetis.co.uk.
Imbed Biosciences, Inc, (“Imbed”), a spin-off from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is a medical device company producing a patented wound dressing with imbedded bioactive molecules. Imbed developed Microlyte, a thin film bioresorbable dressing with nano-silver particles. Based on a decade of research by a multidisciplinary group of engineers, veterinary scientists, and medical surgeons, Microlyte is sold in the US (where it is FDA approved) to both the human and veterinary markets. Collectively, the founders brought more than 25 years of experience in clinical wound management into developing this novel dressing. Microlyte will help prevent wound infection and expedite wound closure, with the aim of reducing the overall cost of managing wounds.
Microlyte VET is available in the UK through their distributor Creed Medical, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, email email@example.com, and also through the on-line store www.myevet.co.uk.
Examples of the clinical application of Microlyte VET can be found at the website www.microlytevet.com.
iM3 is a family owned Veterinary Dental Company established in Sydney Australia nearly 30 years ago by Philip Bloom.
Today iM3 is a leading Veterinary dental company setting the standard in product innovation and industry firsts.
iM3 continues to design, develop and manufacture the latest veterinary dental machines, instruments, x-rays and dental consumables. Our large involvement in CE throughout the world means the designers that develop the new products also know how to use them.
The iM3 name is your guarantee of a quality vet specific dental product coupled with the very best after sales support and warranty.
Launched in October 2010, The Veterinary Nurse is a dedicated clinical, professional and educational journal for veterinary nurses around the world. Publishing high quality, peer-reviewed content on a full range of areas relevant to veterinary nurses, from clinical issues and pharmacology, to management and professional issues, the journal will also provide nurses with an opportunity to develop and disseminate their own research.
Written by veterinary nurses for veterinary nurses, The Veterinary Nurse will provide an opportunity for veterinary nurses around the world to discuss issues relevant to them, while learning directly from one another.