Comparison of veterinary drugs and veterinary homeopathy: part 2

@article{Lees2017ComparisonOV,
  title={Comparison of veterinary drugs and veterinary homeopathy: part 2},
  author={Peter Lees and Ludovic Pelligand and Martin Whiting and Danny Chambers and P. L. Toutain and Martin Whitehead},
  journal={The Veterinary Record},
  year={2017},
  volume={181},
  pages={198 - 207}
}
Part 2 of this narrative review outlines the theoretical and practical bases for assessing the efficacy and effectiveness of conventional medicines and homeopathic products. Known and postulated mechanisms of action are critically reviewed. The evidence for clinical efficacy of products in both categories, in the form of practitioner experience, meta-analysis and systematic reviews of clinical trial results, is discussed. The review also addresses problems and pitfalls in assessing data, and… Expand
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