The revised and expanded new edition of this classic reference to daily skills used by veterinary technicians
Veterinary Technician and Nurse’s Daily Reference Guide: Canine and Feline provides rapid access to the information veterinary technicians need in clinical practice. With an easy-to-use tabular format, the book covers diagnostic and patient care skills, diseases and conditions, preventive care, anatomy, anesthesia, and all other major areas of veterinary technician education and training. Chapters written by experienced veterinary specialists integrate charts, tables, and concise explanatory text to enable quick and efficient retrieval of information.
Focusing on practical skills and knowledge, the fourth edition features extensively revised material incorporating the latest developments, evidence-based guidelines, and best practices in veterinary medicine. Brand-new chapters describe licensure and certifications in veterinary technology and discuss nursing theory and science and its relation to veterinary nursing. Expanded and updated coverage includes novel therapeutics in dermatology, vaccination standards, pain assessment and management, stress-free handling and nursing care strategies, RECOVER CPR guidelines, and more. Equally useful in the classroom and in the clinic, this popular quick-reference guide:
Provides new and updated content, including coverage of advancements in diagnostic capabilities and of pharmacologic agents used in treatment and management of disease states
Contains hundreds of clear illustrations and high-quality photographs
Includes a comprehensive table of contents in each chapter
Features a companion website with forms and worksheets, self-review questions, vocabulary flashcards, links to online resources, and PowerPoint slides
Veterinary Technician and Nurse’s Daily Reference Guide: Canine and Feline, Fourth Edition remains an invaluable resource for both student and practicing veterinary technicians and nurses of all skill and experience levels.
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