Feb 102019

Handbook of Veterinary Nursing provides the veterinary nurse with a quick reference point for many of the nursing procedures he or she may come across in the clinical setting. It provides clear and concise written instructions supported by diagrams and photographs which will be of benefit to veterinary nurses at all stages of their training and career. It will be particularly useful to those nurses studying for their RCVS Level Three Oral and Practical examinations. The book is laid out in note form and information is quick and easy to find with the use of bullets and tables. The emphasis is on the importance of working methodologically to a systematic routine using high quality procedures, thus helping the whole veterinary team ensure the most successful outcomes in animal care. Content: Chapter 1 Ward Management – Introduction (pages 1–9): Chapter 2 Cleaning and Disinfection of Animal Accommodation (pages 10–16): Chapter 3 The Clinical Examination of Small Animals (pages 17–25): Chapter 4 Nutritional Support (pages 26–34): Chapter 5 Cleaning and Grooming the Patient (pages 35–41): Chapter 6 Dressings and Bandages (pages 42–53): Chapter 7 Physiotherapy (pages 54–61): Chapter 8 Administration and Dispensing of Medications (pages 62–72): Chapter 9 Preparation and Administration of an Enema (pages 72–74): Chapter 10 Urinary Catheterisation (pages 75–83): Chapter 11 An Introduction to Theatre Management (pages 85–89): Chapter 12 Preparation of the Theatre for Surgery (pages 90–91): Chapter 13 Preparation of the Surgical Team (pages 92–96): Chapter 14 Preparation of the Patient for Theatre (pages 97–103): Chapter 15 Assisting During Surgery (pages 104–105): Chapter 16 Sterilising Equipment for Theatre (pages 106–112): Chapter 17 Care of Surgical Instruments (pages 113–117): Chapter 18 Assistance During Caesarean Section (C–Section, Hysterotomy) (pages 119–125): Chapter 19 Dentistry (pages 126–131): Chapter 20 Skin Suturing Techniques (pages 132–143): Chapter 21 Practical Care of Wounds (pages 144–149): Chapter 22 Introduction – Evaluation of the Patient (pages 151–159): Chapter 23 Endotracheal Intubation (pages 160–163): Chapter 24 Monitoring General Anaesthesia (pages 164–172): Chapter 25 The Anaesthetic Machine (pages 173–178): Chapter 26 Anaesthetic Systems (pages 179–187): Chapter 27 Practical Radiography (pages 189–193): Chapter 28 Selection of Exposure Factors (pages 194–198): Chapter 29 Radiographic Positioning (pages 199–218): Chapter 30 The Processing of Radiographs (pages 219–223): Chapter 31 Appraisal of the Film (pages 224–227): Chapter 32 Contrast Studies (pages 228–233): Chapter 33 Introduction – The Laboratory (pages 235–243): Chapter 34 Blood Tests (pages 244–251): Chapter 35 Urine Tests (pages 252–255): Chapter 36 Faecal Tests (pages 256–259): Chapter 37 Bacteriology Tests (pages 260–266): Chapter 38 Dermatology (pages 267–272): Chapter 39 Initial Assessment (pages 273–279): Chapter 40 Emergency Procedures (pages 280–292): Chapter 41 Fluid Therapy (pages 293–309): Chapter 42 First Aid – The A–Z of Specific Conditions (pages 310–327):
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