The Manual of Veterinary Nursing offers an approach to enable workers and students in the field to develop their skills to set them on their way to achieving the national standards now in place for veterinary nursing. Areas covered include modern wound management, anaesthetic and radiography techniques, surgical and medical nursing, and emergency care. Chapters on pharmacy and pharmacology, client advice, and ethics and the law give practical slants to often difficult topics. The book is an essential practical guide and reference for all student veterinary nurses, their trainers and assessors, and a must for every practice bookshelf.Samples should not be posted on a Friday, as they will sit in a warm post box all weekend. ... date, owner, animal identification and nature of the sample (e.g. a#39; Heparinized plasmaa#39;) The primary container must be: a Leak-proof a Wrapped in ... The wiring (including the plug and fuse) of all electrical machinery should be checked regularly Servicing, cleaning and lubrication should be ... First read opposite zero on the Vernier scale the lower number from the upper scale (in this diagramanbsp;...
|Title||:||BSAVA Manual of Veterinary Nursing|
|Author||:||Margaret C. Moore|
|Publisher||:||BSAVA - 1999|