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One of the many things that keeps designing spaces for the care of animals continuously changing, is the constant advancement of veterinary medicine.  These advances mean so much for what we can do to care for our pets, but they also often mean the need for new equipment, spaces that can serve different or multiple functions, and new requirements to protect the health of both animals and staff.

In the linked article, Partner Vicki Pollard describes how the design of veterinary oncology spaces has evolved due to the changes to USP regulations designed to protect the health of people and animals in the handling and administration of hazardous drugs.

Follow along as she describes and shows (with floor plan images) how these new regulations have and will continue to affect the spaces used to treat cancers in animals.


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