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Laws and Rules


  • The Board has filed amendments to Rule 4741-1-18 OAC to incorporate the law changes from recently enacted legislation. The Board also filed Rules that were subject to the mandatory five year rule review with no changes. The Board will hold a public rules hearing at the December 10, 2014 Board meeting beginning at 08:30 a.m on Rule 4741-1-18 OAC. The rules can be viewed on the Register of Ohio’s web site at: http://www.registerofohio.state.oh.us

  • The Ohio Veterinary Medical Licensing Board is currently reviewing the following rules as required with no changes expected. In compliance with recently enacted HB 98, the Board is proposing revisions to Rule 4741-1-18 OAC. Please forward any comments to Theresa.stir@ovmlb.state.oh.us or fax to 614-644-9038. Also submit a copy of your comments to CSIPublicComments@governor.ohio.gov

  • Proposed rules for review 2015

    The Ohio Veterinary Medical Licensing Board is required to review rules every five years. The rules for review are 4741-1-13, 4741-4-01 to 05. The only rule recommended for amending is Rule 4741-1-18 OAC. Rule 4741-1-18 OAC is being revised to comply with HB98 and an Executive Order related to Veterans and military experience.

  • Record Keeping Rule - Anesthesia Monitoring
    In the newly revised record keeping rule a provision was added which stipulates that monitoring be documented in the medical record when anesthesia is administered. The intent of the rule is not to mandate the inclusion of detailed records of the monitoring itself but that monitoring was performed specifying the type and frequency of monitoring. There should be some documentation noting if the anesthetic procedure was normal (no detected abnormalities) or if observed, what abnormalities were observed and action taken to correct those, as well as patient's response to treatment.

 

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