Dictionary of Veterinary Nursing E-Book , 3rd Edition
· 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
- 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
|Author Informaiton||By Denis Richard Lane, MSc, BSc (Vet Sci), FRCVS, FRAgS, BSc (Hons) AAB&T, Former Senior Examiner in Veterinary Nursing; Sue Guthrie, PhD, BA, BVetMed, MRCVS, MBA (Open), Former Chief Examiner RCVS Veterinary Nursing Scheme and Sian Griffith, MSc, DMS, VN, Operations Director of the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals, Royal Veterinary College, North Mymms, Hatfield, UK|
|Pp Authortext||Lane, Guthrie & Griffith|
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