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Veterinary Assistant

veterinary-assistant
$1,995.00 (USD)

OVERVIEW

OBJECTIVE

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    Module 1: Getting Started file

    Module 2: Welcome to the Veterinary Hospital file

    Module 3: Getting Ready for Your First Visit file

    Module 4: Physiology and Anatomy 1: Directional Signs and the Skeletal System file

    Module 5: Physiology and Anatomy 2: The Nervous System, Endocrine System, and Muscles and Joints file

    Module 6: Physiology and Anatomy 3: The Circulatory and Respiratory Systems file

    Module 7: Physiology and Anatomy 4: The Digestive System, Urogenital System, Liver, and Spleen file

    Module 8: Front Office Duties: Records, Confidentiality, and Client Relations file

    Module 9: More Front Office Tips, and Determining Age and Gender of Kittens and Puppies file

    Module 10: Canine Restraint file

    Module 11: Feline and Exotic Restraint file

    Module 12: The Physical Examination: Procedures, Restraint, and Vital Signs file

    Module 13: Everyday Procedures for the Veterinary Assistant file

    Module 14: Workplace Hazards and Infection Control file

    Module 15: The Reproductive Cycle and Sterilization Procedures file

    Module 16: Vaccinology file

    Module 17: Nutrition Basics and Prescription Foods file

    Module 18: Prescriptions: Preparing and Calculating Doses file

    Module 19: Prescriptions: Types of Medications and What They Do file

    Module 20: Giving Medications file

    Module 21: The Euthanasia Process file

    Module 22: Taking Blood Samples file

    Module 23: Interpreting Blood Tests and Handling Blood file

    Module 24: Urine Collection, Handling, and Interpretation file

    Module 25: Tests: Serology, Scrapings, Smears, Flotations, and Necropsies file

    Module 26: Radiographs and Personal Safety file

    Module 27: Radiographic Positioning file

    Module 28: Pain Recognition and Emergency Care file

    Module 29: Dentistry: Charting, Tooth Disease, and Dental Care file

    Module 30: External Parasites: Fleas, Ticks, Mites, and More file

    Module 31: Parasites of the Gastrointestinal Tract and Heart file

    Module 32: Poisonings in Pets file

    Module 33: Surgery 1: Preparing the Patient file

    Module 34: Surgery 2: Your Role During and After file

    Module 35: Understanding Animal Behavior file

    Module 36: The Job Search and Future Opportunities file

    FINAL EXAM

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University of New Mexico, Continuing Education Division
Division of Continuing Education
1634 Univeristy Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87131 US
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