Tips and strategies to help veterinary technicians deliver high-quality patient care - dvm360
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Veterinarians: Create a nook with a towel and a tube

December 1, 2012

Give small patients a comfortable, stress-free place to rest.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Dental corner: Assisting a cat with a jaw fracture

October 1, 2012

A feline suffers from a fractured mandible after a car accident.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Attack veterinary clients' anesthesia fears

October 1, 2012

When clients hesitate to have their pet put under, be primed to pounce on their misconceptions, bat down myths about anesthesia, and strike back with facts and recommendations customized to their pet's condition.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Comfort waiting veterinary patients

September 1, 2012

Give anxious dogs relief during their stay.

Source: FIRSTLINE

The critical role of nutrition for hospitalized veterinary patients

September 1, 2012

Every hospitalized pet needs a nutritional assessment. Establishing realistic feeding goals is an important part of patient care to enhance the likelihood of a positive outcome.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Physical rehabilitation at your veterinary hospital

July 1, 2012

Physical rehabilitation is the best way to help patients heal quicker, safer, and improve their overall quality of life.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Canine rehabilitation: Getting orthopedic patients back on their feet

July 1, 2012

Cranial cruciate ligament tears and ruptures are common conditions that can lead to debilitating osteoarthritis. Consider a veterinary team approach to canine rehabilitation to improve every patient's quality of life.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Veterinary technicians: Catch that catheter

July 1, 2012

Use red and green vet wrap to indicate if a patient's ready to go home.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Hair of the dog

July 1, 2012

Doggie dental floss solutions.

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