The third edition of this best selling dictionary has been expanded and updated to include new definitions reflecting changes within the veterinary nursing profession, additional illustrations as well as revised appendices. Intended specifically for members of the veterinary nursing profession, all aspects of the curriculum are covered making this a comprehensive quick reference source for nurses working in a busy practice.
Dictionary of Veterinary Nursing is the perfect companion for all veterinary nurses, whether in training or in practice, as well as a valuable resource for the veterinary receptionist.
New to This Edition
Fully updated throughout retaining the focus of defining terms relative to veterinary nursing
Inclusion of 2nd colour to enhance user-friendliness and navigability
Inclusion of new terms in: equine, animal behaviour, alternative medicine and expand the terms on exotics
Inclusion of colour plates showing blood cells
Inclusion of new drug names and listing useful websites in the appendices for the most-up-to-date information on this
Provides detailed explanations for nearly 4000 definitions, ensuring that all aspects of the curriculum are covered
Useful line diagrams aid learning and understanding
Focuses on terms relevant to companion and pet animals - including exotics, terms from the equine field, animal behaviour, etc
Appendices provide a quick reference source for frequently needed data
By Denis Richard Lane, BSc(Vet Sci), FRCVS, FRAgS, Veterinary Surgeon in Practice; Former Senior Examiner in Veterinary Nursing; Sue Guthrie, BA, BVetMed, PhD, DipMgmt(Open), MRCVS, Formerly Chief Accountant Director, Caudex Medical Ltd and Sian Griffith, Assistant Director, Clinical Services Division, The Royal Veterinary College, North Mymms, Hatfield, UK
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