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PDF ☆ BOOK Mosby's Veterinary PDQ FREE ò DANPASHLEY É ❮Epub❯ ➝ Mosby's Veterinary PDQ Author Margi Sirois EdDMSRVTCVTLATVTES – Danpashley.co.uk Exactly what you need for the clinical setting this full color pocket sized reference offers instant access to hundreds of veterinary medicine factsExactly what you need for the clinical setting this full color pocket sized reference offers instant access to hundreds of veterinary medicine facts formulas lab values and procedures Key coverage of pharmacology animal care dentistry nursing care diagnostic imaging urinalysis blood tests andis divided into 10 easy to use sections each tabbed and color coded with a rapid reference table of contents to help you find information fast If you're becoming a tech and the info in here is what you need for remembering than it's a good little book i've been hit and miss on it most of the application stuff like wraps and stuff like that i've never used but the catheter #'s and tube #'s are always a good thing to be able to uickly check back on as a reference it's nothing you couldn't make in a note book yourself but if you want another little handy book it's a decentit's small and it's been durable enough to have been kept at the bottom of my back pack for a few years a travelling around with me and still be in good shape

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Exactly what you need for the clinical setting this full color pocket sized reference offers instant access to hundreds of veterinary medicine facts formulas lab values and procedures Key coverage of pharmacology animal care dentistry nursing care diagnostic imaging urinalysis blood tests andis divided into 10 easy to use sections each tabbed and color coded with a rapid reference table of contents to help you find information fast I purchased these a few years ago when I was interning at a wildlife hospital At the time I was in my second year at university in a Zoology program and a complete beginner to veterinary medicine This guide fit in my pocket and saved my life on countless times I was so nervous interning when I had such little experience I did not want to hurt an animal So being able to refer to this guide even though it is aimed at domestics helped a lot This guide is primarily aimed at dogs and cats not wildlife or exotics but there is a lot of overlapNow in 2013 I am graduated with a BS in Wildlife Science and Conservation I have not only interned at the wildlife hospital but worked as a zookeeper and currently a veterinary assistant for a large emergency hospital I am currently enrolled in a vet tech program too I am listing my credentials to show you how great this guide is I'm no expert but the only criticism I have is that this guide is for BEGINNERS After a year in the veterinary medicine field I definitely noticed how simplistic many of the terms were So this is help you greatly when starting out but after you have some experience I still guarantee you will refer to it to refresh on the basics I just referred to it the other day to freshen up on dental procedures Which is something I do daily but everyone needs to refresh sometimes so they don't second guess themselves

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Mosby's Veterinary PDQExactly what you need for the clinical setting this full color pocket sized reference offers instant access to hundreds of veterinary medicine facts formulas lab values and procedures Key coverage of pharmacology animal care dentistry nursing care diagnostic imaging urinalysis blood tests andis divided into 10 easy to use sections each tabbed and color coded with a rapid reference table of contents to help you find information fast I got one for myself and one for my boyfriend in our last semester of veterinary technician school It helped a great deal not only during our practical lab classes and for studying but it turned out to be very helpful at work too We both still keep these either in our scrub pockets or in our lockers at work We have both graduated from Vet Tech school and have been working in veterinary hospitals for a few years but are still learning And this pocket guide lets you look up stuff extremely uick even in emergency situations as it is well organized easy to read and uite comprehensive Id recommend this for both students and experience techs