advice for veterinary nurses

AI to help improve Johne’s Disease detection

The diagnostics testing firm MI:RNA has recently introduced an innovative AI-enhanced testing approach designed for the early identification of Johne’s disease. Initial data has shown the technology to have a 73% sensitivity rate, as well as 71% accuracy score when it comes to detecting the infection. With more research, it is hoped that these figures […]

Putting your clients at ease before surgery

Watching your pet disappear into the back room of the vets ready to undergo surgery can be a distressing experience – especially when you don’t know much about the procedure. As a veterinary professional, it is important to be mindful of this and offer up reassuring words before the client’s pet goes under. In this […]