A web-enabled database of evidence tables from USP monographs*

Ronette Gehring, BVSc, MMedVet (Pharm), MRCVS, DACVCP

Associate Professor, Clinical Pharmacology, Kansas State University

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The United States Pharmacopeial Convention (USP) monographs contain Evidence Tables that summarize all items of the literature pertaining to contentious label and extra label use of drugs for species-specific indications in clinical veterinary practice. These have now been digitized with support from an EBVMA grant and are available through a web-enabled database. The objective of this presentation is to introduce the methods of making evidence assertions for the clinical indication and use of these drugs, to introduce this database to the evidence-based veterinary medicine community, and encourage participants to become involved in updating and expanding this online resource.

* Dr. Roy Montgomery Research Award recipient

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