The Cascade in Equine Practice

Last updated 2 years ago First published 11 June, 2017

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BEVA UK BEVA British Equine Veterinary Association
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  • Is there a suitable medicine licenced to treat this condition in the horse? No. Yes.
  • Is the medicine suitable for use in this case? Yes.
  • Is horses passport signed to permanently exclude it from the human food chain. No. Yes. No passport available .
  • Use medicine but consider restrictions in sports horses.
  • Use medicine but consider restrictions in sports horses. Ensure appropriate action for food producing animals.
  • Consider actions when treating horses when passport not available.
  • Is there a suitable medicine licenced for the treatment of horses for a different condition or for use in another animal species. Yes. No.
  • Is the medicine suitable for use in this case? Yes.
  • Is horses passport signed to permanently exclude it from the human food chain. Yes. No.
  • Use medicine but consider restrictions in sports horses. Obtain informed consent and consider using BEVA's client information leaflets.
  • Use medicine but consider restrictions in sports horses. Ensure appropriate action for food producing animals. Obtain informed consent and consider using BEVA's client information leaflets.
  • Is there a suitable medicine licensed for use in humans or that can be imported? A suitable human medication is available. Is a suitable VETERINARY medicine available in another EU member state?. No suitable medicine available.
  • Is the medicine suitable for use in this case? Yes.
  • Is horses passport signed to permanently exclude it from the human food chain. No. Yes.
  • Use medicine but consider restrictions in sports horses. Obtain informed consent and consider using BEVA's client information leaflets.
  • .Use medicine but consider restrictions in sports horses. Ensure appropriate action for food producing animals. Obtain informed consent and consider using BEVA's client information leaflets.
  • Is the medicine suitable for use in this case? Yes.
  • Is horses passport signed to permanently exclude it from the human food chain. Yes. No.
  • Import using the Special Import Scheme. Use medicine but consider restrictions in sports horses. Obtain informed consent and consider using BEVA's client information leaflets.
  • Import using the Special Import Scheme. Use medicine but consider restrictions in sports horses. Ensure appropriate action for food producing animals. Obtain informed consent and consider using BEVA's client information leaflets.
  • Is an extemporaneous (special) product available or can one be formulated? Yes. No.
  • Consider importation from a country outside the EU using the Special Import Scheme. Consult BEVA's members product database for help located products.
  • Is the medicine suitable for use in this case? Yes.
  • Is horses passport signed to permanently exclude it from the human food chain. Yes. No.
  • Use medicine but consider restrictions in sports horses. Obtain informed consent and consider using BEVA's client information leaflets. Consider BEVA's guidance on the use of specials.
  • Use medicine but consider restrictions in sports horses. Ensure appropriate action for food producing animals. Obtain informed consent and consider using BEVA's client information leaflets. Consider BEVA's guidance on the use of specials.

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