Friday, January 16, 2015
Offering anytime, anywhere digital access to the premier veterinary drug resource
Brief Media, respected publisher of Clinician’s Brief, Veterinary Team Brief, and Plumb’s Therapeutics Brief, announces the launch of Plumb’s Veterinary Drugs as the official digital resource of Plumb’s Veterinary Drug Handbook.
Plumb’s Veterinary Drugs signifies an innovative partnership between Brief Media and renowned veterinary pharmacology expert Donald C. Plumb, PharmD, bringing the world’s most complete animal drug resource to a modern digital platform.
“Busy veterinary professionals can now have unparalleled access to this essential reference on their smartphones, tablets, and computers,” notes Caleb Frankel, VMD, Director of New Product Development at Brief Media. “This new digital format is uniquely current, empowering practitioners with continual medication updates as new drugs and research become available.”
Plumb’s Veterinary Drugs Quick Facts:
- Meticulously designed to make it the most usable veterinary reference on the market.
- Complete with the entire contents of the forthcoming 8th edition of Plumb’s Veterinary Drug Handbook, the most comprehensive revision to Plumb’s in history.
- Improved with streamlined dosage information that reflects the latest evidence-based recommendations combined with the clinical expertise that uniquely defines Plumb’s.
- Includes more than 40 new drugs, updates to more than 80% of drugs, a greatly expanded ophthalmology drug section, and novel sections detailing multidrug sensitivity, drug compounding, and toxicology information.
Veterinarians and veterinary practices can gain access to Plumb’s Veterinary Drugs for an annual subscription fee, eliminating the need to purchase future revisions. Veterinary student access is free.
More to Come
Additional enhancements are planned for the coming months, including iOS and Android apps, customized note-taking, medication news, and printable client information guides for animal owners.
“The introduction of Plumb’s Veterinary Drugs marks a seminal moment both for our company and for the veterinary profession,” said Brief Media President Elizabeth Green. “Along with other planned point-of-care tools, we are proud to continue to deliver on our mission of providing veterinarians with trusted clinical information in an efficient format.”
Veterinarians, veterinary students, technicians, and pharmacy professionals can learn more about Plumb’s Veterinary Drugs at www.plumbsveterinarydrugs.com.