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December 1 Deadline is Approaching: All MIAs for Veterinary Use Will Be Sold by Prescription Only
November 26, 2018
As you are aware, Health Canada is moving a number of Medically Important Antimicrobials (MIAs) approved for veterinary use before 2004 to the Prescription Drug List (PDL). With this change, Health Canada will establish the same level of oversight for those MIAs approved before 2004 as for those approved after.
As of December 1, 2018, all MIAs for veterinary use will be on the PDL and must be sold by prescription only.
- Questions on the management of the inventory of medically important antimicrobials during the transition to December 1, 2018? Find on the Canadian Animal Health Institute website.
- Questions about the regulatory and policy changes? Visit the Health Canada website. Contact them at email@example.com.
Visit the Veterinary Oversight of Antimicrobial Use in Animals in Canada section of the CVMA website for more information about the Health Canada rule changes.
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