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IV Catheter Placement Errors in Veterinary Medicine

Kendra the Vet Tech (LVT) goes over the common errors with IV catheter placement. This unique video provides you with the opportunity to physically see what the errors are in an effort to gain better understanding and boost your confidence. We get started with a routine IV catheter placement on a dummy patient, just in case some of the viewers have not seen or attempted an IV catheter placement. We start with site selection, considerations for placement and move on to clipping the area. Reminders for clipping etiquette (be sure that we do not angle the blade up and run the teeth along the patient's skin) to prevent clipper burn in our patients. Moving on to cleaning the area with the reminder to touch the vein as much as you would like before cleaning, not after. Once the site is selected, assertively place the catheter into the vein, advance the catheter off the stylet and proceed with removing the stylet. Taping preference will vary by individual, pick what works best for you. After we wrap some vet wrap around our taping job, we are ready to move on to talking about common errors.

Differential Diagnosis in ULTRASOUND

Ultrasound is a noninvasive, relatively inexpensive and most rewarding imaging modality, carries no radiation

burden, but not much exploited for evaluation of chest disease because of basic (inherent) properties of US waves not to pass through bony cage and air-filled lungs. However, over a couple of years, US has emerged as a useful tool in evaluating wide range of perplexing clinical problems of chest due to presence of fluid in pleural space, consolidating or atelectatic lung or even tumor, provide window for US to penetrate and this has helped in diagnosis of certain conditions or limit the DD of conditions under consideration.

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Veterinary Anethesiology

How Anesthesia for Veterinary Surgery on a Dog is Performed

an entire anesthetic, from start to finish, under the expertise of Dr. Margaret Wypart, board certified veterinary anesthesiologist at Surgipet Surgery & Anesthesia Center in San Marcos, California. 🐾 Dr. Wypart's practice: Find Dr. Wypart on Instagram @SurgiPetUrgentCare 🙏🏽 Thank you to Dr. Wypart (anesthesiologist), Dr. Wypart (surgeon), Shirley, & Stephanie for letting me spend time in their amazing practice!

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Cat Owner’s Home Veterinary Handbook has been a familiar title on my book

shelf for more than two decades. It’s the book I turn to, time and again, ford efinitive answers on feline health. My own cats have pawed at, sat on, and nibbled the corners of many of its pages. I’ve owned both editions of this book, replacing my old one in 1995 with the latest volume. But I have been surprised to learn that many cat breeders ,and several of my journalist colleagues, have both editions, going all the way back to 1983, because they just can’t bear to part with them. I have participated in quite a few feline e-mail group discussions that include the phrase, “According to Cat Owner’s Home Vet . . .” This is an old book with a long legacy—but also a new one that has been completely revamped and greatly expanded.

Equine Physical Exam for the Veterinary Technician

Equine Physical Exam for the Veterinary Technician

This video is for students in veterinary nursing/vet tech or veterinary school. It's how to perform a fecal floatation, sedimentation and direct smear. I hope this helps

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