Introducing the Endocrine App. The comprehensive app designed to assist veterinarians in diagnosing and managing endocrine disorders in animals.
With an easy-to-use interface and up-to-date information, the Endocrine App provides quick access to the latest diagnostic guides, treatment options, and recommended monitoring protocols for endocrine disorders.
Key features of Veterinary Endocrine include:
• Step by step guide to diagnosis
• Step by Step monitoring algorithm
Stay on top of the latest advancements in veterinary endocrinology with the Endocrine App, the ultimate tool for busy veterinary professionals. Download now and start providing optimal care for your animal patients.
From time to time, we may automatically update the App to improve performance, enhance functionality, reflect changes to the operating system or address security issues. Alternatively, we may ask you to update the App for these reasons. If you choose not to install such updates or if you opt out of automatic updates, you may not be able to continue using the App.
The App will always match the description of it provided to you when you downloaded it. However, as it is made available to you free of charge, we will not be liable to you if we decide in future to remove it from the App Store.
Licence terms apply to your use of the App. Do not use the App if you do not agree to the Licence Terms.© Copyright 2018 Dechra Limited – all rights reserved. Reproduction of this App, in whole or in part, in any form or medium without our express written permission is prohibited.
Disclaimer: this Mobile App:
a. is provided for information and educational purposes only, and without warranty of any kind.
b. is only intended for use by qualified veterinary surgeons that are licensed to practice in a region / country where the veterinary products Vetoryl and Zycortal are both registered.
c. is not intended to reflect advice or guidance for making prescribing or treatment decisions. These decisions remain at the discretion of the individual veterinarian and should be made based on a benefit: risk assessment for each individual case, and with the owners informed consent.