Clinical Procedures in Small Animal Veterinary Practice is your straightforward refresher in basic veterinary procedures. If as a veterinary student or graduate have you ever struggled to connect all your learning to concrete clinical practice, or felt an overpowering and urgent need for a quick, clear and reliable reprisal of basic clinical procedures, then this is the book for you. All the clinical procedures fundamental to the success of the student and practitioner are covered in clear, step-by-step format and with a wealth of colour illustrations for maximum clarity and understanding. Dogs, cats, rabbits and avian species are all dealt with. Everything you need to know about basic procedures, but may have been afraid to ask, is presented here in one convenient volume, authored by two noted veterinary educators with years of teaching experience between them. All the principal basic procedures covered Step-by-step 'action/rationale' approach Full colour format illustrated with 250 colour figures Authors have long experience of teaching and training vets Never struggle to find definitive information on basic procedures againBlood smears may be fixed by air drying or, if examination is to be delayed, by immersing in 100% methyl alcohol for 1 minute. ... Equipment list: blood sample in an EDTA tube, glass microscope slides previously soaked in methanol and dried, glass cutter and marker pen. 1. ... Too large a drop of blood will make the smear too thick; too small a drop gives too short a smear and /or a#39;hesitation linesa#39;. 8.
|Title||:||Clinical Procedures in Small Animal Veterinary Practice1|
|Author||:||Victoria Aspinall, Richard Aspinall|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Health Sciences - 2013|