Small Animal Clinical Techniques - Elsevier eBook on VitalSource (Retail Access Card), 3rd Edition
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Show students how to confidently care for small animal patients with Taylor’s Small Animal Clinical Techniques, 3rd Edition. Filled with more than 60 of the most common procedures performed by veterinary technicians and assistants, this highly visual guide helps ground students in the diagnostic and therapeutic clinical techniques that are essential to small animal practice. Each procedure uses clear step-by-step instructions to walk students through the purpose, indications, contraindications and concerns, complications, special anatomy, equipment, restraint, and procedure techniques. This new edition also features a new chapter on physical examination, all-new physical examination procedure videos, and updated images throughout the text. Plus, learning modules on the companion website help students master the skills they need to succeed on the job.
- Coverage of the most common procedures performed by veterinary technicians and assistants are covered in a clear, concise, and highly visual way.
- Consistent approach includes step-by-step instructions, principles, and photographs for all procedures to show you how to think through the procedures in a logical manner and perform the skills well.
- Case studies help ground you in your understanding and reinforce clinical experience.
- Narrated videos located on the Evolve companion website provide visual, real-time demonstrations of clinical techniques and are a perfect review tool.
- NEW! New chapter on physical examination incorporates a comprehensive step-by-step photo essay to help you easily understand how to perform common techniques.
- NEW! Physical examination procedure videos on the Evolve companion website help you put techniques into practice.
- NEW! Updated images throughout the text are paired with procedures to better illustrate step-by-step technique instructions.
1.Physical Examination – NEW!
2.Venous Blood Collection
3.Arterial Blood Collection
5.Vascular Access Techniques
9.Respiratory System Techniques
11.Gastrointestinal System Techniques
12.Urinary System Techniques
14.Bone Marrow Collection
17.Cerebrospinal Fluid Collection
18.Tests to Assess Clotting
Susan Meric Taylor, DVM, Diplomate ACVIM, Professor of Small Animal Medicine, Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences, Western College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan