CCA312 - Clinical Care of Animals III Surgical Techniques
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Clinical Care of Animals III Surgical Techniques
This course is a follow on from CCA 212 and is designed to focus on the animal care and welfare of the clinic patient and the critical thinking processes involved in the day-to-day care and management of the patient in the clinic environment.
It will involve the application and interpretation of information taught in the previous and current courses, one of the important roles is rounds. This is where the day to day health of the animals is discussed and updated. The integration of various tests and procedures will be discussed with respect to their influence on the diagnosis and treatment of the patient. During the lab time there will be opportunity to perform the bloodwork, urinalysis and fecal examinations of the in clinic patients.
Once again the staff and faculty of the course place the utmost importance on the ethical and conscientious behavior of all students to the animals in their care.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
Perform a full and complete history of a patient
Perform a full and complete physical examination of a patient
Take samples for and carry out appropriate laboratory tests
Present all the information to an attending veterinarian, using appropriate terminology and nomenclature in a manner that enables the veterinarian to proceed with a diagnostic plan
- Included in this is an ability to recognize significant abnormalities and differentiate these from the normal and abnormal animal
Demonstrate care, welfare and husbandry of species of animals in the facility
Including ; safe handling and restraint
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