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A Dermatologist's Best Friend: The Dermatological History
This itchy pet is a mess! How can I determine and streamline relevant information of this case fo..
Advanced  Internal Medicine Skills
This advanced session will focus on some of the skills that are required for VTS certification. A..
Advanced Skills - Clinical Practice
This course reviews skills required of a Veterinary Technician Specialist in Clinical Practice (C..
Advanced Skills - Emergency and Critical Care
This course reviews skills required of a Veterinary Technician Specialist in Emergency and Critic..
Advanced Skills Behavior - Triaging
Veterinary nurses are on the front line when clients call with a problem. How do you quickly and ..
Arterial Blood Gases: Take the Mystery Out!
Blood gases are an essential part of the treatment of the critical patients. Blood gases can grea..
Blood Film Review
Peripheral blood film evaluation is a critical component of accurate hematology data generation. ..
Canine Parvovirus: Current Treatment Recommendations
Treatment protocols will be addressed, including aggressive fluid therapy to combat dehydration a..
Chemotherapy Handling and Administration
An increasing number of pet owners are choosing to pursue chemotherapy for their pets. It is impe..
Diagnostic Approach to Dermatology Cases: Archeology in Action
Speaker James Noxon Support and Resource Taken from the NAVC conference 2013, this mo..
Evaluation of Urine Sediment
This session places emphasis on the importance of urinary sediment analysis and the identificatio..
GI Endoscopy
Endoscopy of the gastrointestinal tract continues to be increasingly popular in small animal vete..
Heartworm, What You're Itching to Know: Top 20 Questions from You, the Veterinary Nurse
We recently surveyed veterinary nurses out there about what they were wondering when it comes to ..
Wherever you work, patients may present with hyperthermic and heatstroke emergencies. This emerge..
Nutritional Management of Acute Vomiting and Diarrhea
Vomiting and diarrhoea are two of the main reasons owners bring their pets to the hospital. It is..
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