Learn the names and uses of veterinary instruments in details textbooks alone can't provide! Veterinary Instruments and Equipment: A Pocket Guide, 4th Edition shows hundreds of detailed, full-color photographs of instruments and describes how and when each is used. A flashcard-style format makes it easy to flip through the pages, so you will quickly become familiar with commonly used equipment. This new edition features updated photographs, new instruments, and an all-new appendix with the author's recommended list of instruments essential for the most-common veterinary surgical kits, including ambulatory, orthopedic, and major surgery packs. Plus, an Evolve companion website includes instrument photographs that may be rotated 360 degrees, so you can zoom in to see close-ups of the different tips.
- Accompanying Evolve site uses an interactive format giving you the ability to conveniently study and learn instruments to which you'd normally have only limited access
- Instruments and equipment shown for common procedures for small and large animals, including bovine, equine, sheep, pigs, and goats, and include procedures such as dehorning, hoof care, castration, and teat and obstetrical procedures.
- Coverage of surgical instruments includes general instruments such as hemostats, forceps, and scissors, and describes orthopedic, ophthalmic, and dental instruments used in veterinary specialty surgeries.
- Coverage of restraint equipment includes proper restraint techniques for all species of large and small animals.
- Handy pocket size and spiral binding allows the book to lay flat or fold over so that only the instrument or description is visible.
- Accompanying Evolve site uses an interactive format giving students the ability to conveniently study and learn instruments to which they normally have only limited access.
- 400 high-quality color photographs help you to quickly become familiar with instruments.
- A flip book, flashcard format makes it easy for you to learn veterinary instruments and equipment.
|作者資訊||By Teresa F. Sonsthagen, BS, LVT, Instructor, Veterinary Technology Program, Department of Animal and Range of Sciences; North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND|
|Table of Content||
Part 1: General Medical Instruments and Restraint Equipment
Part 2: Surgical Instruments
Appendix A: Veterinary Equipment and Instruments
|Trim||152 x 102 (4 x 6)|