THE car boot is a far from ideal environment for the storage of veterinary medicinal products, subject as it is to extremes of temperature, humidity and light intensity. In this article, Ruth Vernon considers the storage requirements of veterinary medicines and explains what can be done to help ensure these are met when products are kept in the car boot.
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