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Principles and practice of veterinary technology / [edited by] Margi Sirois, EdD, MS, RVT, CVT, LAT, Program Director, Veterinary Technician Program, Ashworth College, Norcross, Georgia

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Publication Info.
St. Louis, Missouri : Elsevier, [2017]

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Edition
Fourth edition.
Description
xiv, 875 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
PART 1: Foundations of Veterinary Practice
1. Overview of Veterinary Technology
2. Ethical, Legal, and Safety Issues in Veterinary Medicine
3. Practice Management
4. Effective Communication
5. Medical Terminology
PART 2: Veterinary Diagnostics
6. Diagnostic Imaging
7. Hematology and Hemostasis
8. Clinical Chemistry and Serology
9. Microbiology, Cytology, and Urinalysis
10. Parasitology
PART 3: Veterinary Therapeutics
11. Pharmcology and Pharmacy
12. Pathology, Response to Disease, and Preventive Medicine
13. Management of Wounds, Fractures, and Other Injuries
14. Veterinary Anesthesia, Analgesia, and Anesthetic Nursing
15. Principles of Surgical Nursing
16. Fluid Therapy and Blood Transfusion
17. Emergency and Critical Care
18. Small Animal Dentistry
19. Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation, and Complementary Medicine
PART 4: Animal Care and Husbandry
20. Animal Behavior
21. Physical Restraint
22. Patient History and Physical Examination
23. Nutrition
24. Nursing Care of Dogs and Cats
25. Nursing Care of Horses
26. Nursing Care of Production Animals, Camelids, and Ratites
27. Nursing Care of Companion Birds, Reptiles, and Amphibians
28. Nursing Care of Orphaned and Injured Wild Animals
29. Nursing Care of Laboratory Animals
Summary
'Principles and Practice of Veterinary Technology' provides clear, comprehensive coverage of the skills every vet tech needs to know in order to succeed. This new edition includes illustrated, step-by-step instructions emphasizing the technican's role and responsibilities in each procedure. Thoroughly updated with the latest advances in the field, this text helps you develop strong critical thinking and independent work skills to succeed on credentialing examinations and in clinical practice.
82.00 VET TECH (10-091-1) (31-091-1)
Subject
Veterinary medicine.
Veterinary services.
Veterinary medicine -- Veterinary technicians.
Veterinary Medicine -- methods. (DNLM)D014730Q000379
Animal Welfare. (DNLM)D000827
Animal Technicians. (DNLM)D017750
Animal Diseases -- nursing. (DNLM)D000820Q000451
Veterinary medicine. (OCoLC)fst01165977
Added Author
Sirois, Margi, editor.