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here must be interpreted with some degree of caution in generalization. However, we believe that data showing the disparity between common practices and evidence-based medicine and areas in which any published evidence is lacking remain important

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developments in human medicine to be borrowed for and adapted to the veterinary context. From specific diagnostic and therapeutic interventions to broad-based concepts and approaches such as evidence-based medicine, veterinary medicine frequently makes use of

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PC Newman TB , et al. Tips for learners of evidence-based medicine: 3. Measures of observer variability (kappa statistic) . CMAJ 2004 ; 171 : 1369 – 1373 . 19. King TS Chinchilli VM . Robust estimators of the concordance

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problem of affordability of veterinary care by providing a continuum of acceptable care that considers available evidence-based medicine while remaining responsive to client expectations and financial limitations, thereby successfully serving an

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they can provide for their patients,” ranging “from technologically advanced and expensive interventions to less advanced and less costly options.” “Providing a continuum of acceptable care that considers available evidence-based medicine while

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Veterinary clinical trials are experiments that test medical treatments in client-owned animals with naturally occurring health conditions. As veterinarians become increasingly familiar with the principles of evidence-based medicine, they are

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Small Animal Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics has been expanded to include a greater emphasis on evidenced-based medicine. Similar to the first edition, it starts by providing a firm foundation of the principles of pharmacology and then follows with

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adapting the recommendations to suit each situation. Veterinary groups that develop clinical guidelines are starting to shift from a reliance on expert opinion to more of an emphasis on evidence-based medicine, said Dr. Brennen McKenzie, president of the

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of evidence-based medicine and animal care. Reviewed by Angeline Warner, DVM, DSc Tufts University North Grafton, Mass Laboratory Animal Anaesthesia (4th edition) Paul Flecknell 321 pages. 2016. Academic Press (an imprint of

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medicine Veterinary groups that develop clinical guidelines are starting to shift from a reliance on expert opinion to more of an emphasis on evidence-based medicine, said Dr. Brennen McKenzie, president of the Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine

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