(ISAVA)

Overview

Iranian Small animal Veterinary Association (ISAVA) founded in 2005 with the accreditation of government’s Interior ministry. The main purposes of this non-governmental organization is to establish a better relationship between small animal practitioners, improving the quality of companion animal medicine, and playing an effective role in facing the issues and problems of this field of veterinary practice

We have over 200 members by the end of 2014 and we are a member of the international community of small animal association called World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) with the web address of www.wsava.org . Our registration information in this International community can be observed in www.wsava.org/association/isava

Board meetings are held on a monthly basis to review the issues of the community members, pet clinics and hospitals, pharmacies and other related companies

آمار بازدید سایت

كاربران آنلاين
بازدید امروز
بازديد ديروز
بازديد هفته گذشته
بازديد ماه گذشته
بازدید کل
بیشترین بازدید

پوستر

  • هفتمین کنگره ملی دامپزشکی

  • اصول بیهوشی در حیوانات کوچک

  • بررسی مشکلات چشمی شایع در سگ و گربه

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ISSUE 0022 15.02.2016

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association's mission is to foster the exchange of scientific information between individual veterinarians and veterinary organizations.


Dental emergency

The Top 5 Dental Emergencies

Emergent dental presentations range from injury to disease conditions. Explore some of the most common in this article by Judy Rochette, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC, West Coast Veterinary Dental Services, Vancouver, British Columbia

Syringe

Updated Global Vaccination Guidelines!

The WSAVA Vaccination Guidelines Group (VGG) has updated the Vaccination Guidelines it offers to veterinarians and the fact sheets it has created on key global vaccine-preventable diseases of dogs and cats.

Executive Board

Your Executive Board - Setting the Course for our Global Community

The WSAVA Executive Board (EB) is run by volunteers from around the world who are developing the strategic plans to deliver our global veterinary community.  In January 2016 the EB members met for a key planning meeting in Orlando.

Dr Tess Kommedal

Welfare in the Spotlight at NAVC

The WSAVA Animal Wellness and Welfare Committee (AWWC)  hosted a stream of lectures under the banner 'animal welfare in the small animal clinical setting' on Sunday 18 January 2016 during the North American Veterinary Community Conference in Florida, USA.

Ketamine

Ketamine - The Right Decision from the WHO!

Following the story in the last e-bulletin about concerning proposals to restrict the availability of the drug by rescheduling it,  the World Health Organisation's Expert Committee on Drug Dependence (ECDD), has now ruled against this.

Bandaged dog

Pain Resources now Available in Portuguese!

The WSAVA Global Pain Council's (GPC's) Global Pain Guidelines are now available in Portuguese to enable more veterinarians to access the latest thinking on this vital topic.

Sarah Cleaveland

Veterinarian Appointed to US National Academy of Medicine

Professor Sarah Cleaveland OBE, a member of the WSAVA One Health Committee and Professor of Comparative Epidemiology at the University of Glasgow, has been appointed to the prestigious National Academy of Medicine (NAM) in the US.

James Yeates

Do You make Good Ethical Decisions about 'Alternative' Therapy?

Compare your approach with the RSPCA’s Chief Veterinary Officer James Yeates in this article from the Journal of Small Animal Practice, our Official Scientific Journal.

WSAVA 2016, Cartagena, Colombia

Early Bird Registration

Don't miss out!

A Message from the WSAVA President

Greetings friends and colleagues - I wish all our readers a belated but sincere Happy New Year!

Five Minutes with...

Dr Guillermo Lupo is President of the Local Host Committee for 2016 WSAVA World Congress in Cartagena in September

Committee Focus

In this issue we catch up on the work of the WSAVA Global Nutrition Committee(GNC)

Members' Corner

VPAT Focuses on Animal Welfare

FSAPAI Ensures CE goes Ahead - No Matter What!