Reports to the uk Suspected Adverse Reaction Surveillance Scheme (sarss) in 2007 increase by around 20 per cent compared with 2006
Reports of dogs accidentally ingesting veterinary medicinal products containing avermectins formulated for use in farm animals or horses
An increase in the number of reports involving fly strike in sheep and myxomatosis in rabbits associated with a suspected lack of efficacy of veterinary medicinal products
Serious hand injuries reported after accidental self-injection
— These are some of the results of the sarss in 2007, as discussed in the following article by Fabia Dyer, Martha Spagnuolo-Weaver, Sue Cooles and Alex Tait of the Veterinary Medicines Directorate
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